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Mankato is located in southern Minnesota at a large bend of the Minnesota River, where it meets the Blue Earth River. When people began migrating from the east coast into the Midwest, several residents, including Parsons King Johnson, stopped in present-day Mankato in 1852. According to Chief Sleepy Eye, the site was ideal for a town because it was safe from flooding but good for river traffic. In the TV series "Little House on the Prairie," the characters would go shopping in "the big town," which referred to the city of Mankato.
Local Newspapers: The Free Press Prairie Reader
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Twins Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Wild
Local Colleges: Minnesota State Universityâ€”Mankato Bethany Lutheran College
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Towns/Cities near mankato, minnesota : St Peter Eagle Lake Skyline Janesville Lake Crystal Kasota
Falls resident Gary Kaunonen releases fourth book
To aid in accomplishing his goal is the recent publication of his fourth book "Flames of Discontent" - which follows the 1916 Minnesota Iron Ore Strike. Kaunonen's book outlines one of the most significant battles between organized labor and management in the 20th century in the region, if not the entire nation.Therapy animals offer a helping hand, or paw
When it comes to recuperating after an illness or dealing with life's difficulties, sometimes all the medicine in the world isn't complete without a helping hand-or rather, a helping paw. According to UCLA Health, therapy animals can help lower patients' blood pressure, reduce the amount of necessary medication, lower anxiety, increase mental stimulation, and even diminish overall physical pain.Kenya:Kenyans in US Raise Money to Ship Body of Student Found Dead in Her Room
Kenyans living in the US turned up in large numbers Saturday to raise money to ship home the body of a Kenyan college student who died in Minneapolis more than a week ago. Patricia Anyango Ouma Miswa was found dead on January 4, 2018 in her hostel room in Mankato, Minnesota, in unclear circumstances, less than a year after leaving Kenya to pursue a master's degree in creative writing at the University of Mankato, in Minnesota.Rasmussen College Opens Brand New Mankato Campus to Students
MANKATO, Minn: Rasmussen College, a regionally accredited private college, today announced the opening of its brand new Mankato campus.* The new campus is located at 1400 Madison Avenue within an existing business center, about a mile from its previous location at Saint Andrews Drive. The single-story facility includes large, high-tech classrooms, new computer labs and simulation equipment, updated health sciences and nursing labs as well as expanded student learning and faculty spaces.Mankato is Minnesota's poorest city. Sort of.
It may look like a pleasant town with a striking amount of available parking, but there's a surprising culprit behind its worst-in-Minnesota poverty rate. While outstate Minnesota tends to view the Twin Cities as cauldrons of poverty, decay and untold misery, the stats say otherwise.Heard on the Street: An original Apache Mall store to close
IAZ008>011-018-019-MNZ086>088-094>096-WIZ041-042-053>055-110400- Mitchell-Howard-Winneshiek-Allamakee-Floyd-Chickasaw-Dodge- Olmsted-Winona-Mower-Fillmore-Houston-La Crosse-Monroe-Vernon- Crawford-Richland- Including the cities of Osage, Cresco, Decorah, Waukon, Charles City, New Hampton, Dodge Center, Rochester, Winona, Austin, Preston, Caledonia, La Crosse, Sparta, Tomah, Viroqua, Prairie Du Chien, and Richland Center 812 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018 ...Areas of Dense Fog Impacting Travel This Evening... Areas of dense fog will continue over the area through at least 10 PM. Visibility will be reduced to near zero along ridge top locations.Lafayette Lions to host benefit for Delsin Zamzow
Submitted photo Delsin "Dee" Zamzow enjoyed a visit from sons Ryker, left: Dalton, front, and Zeke at Allina's Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Center in Golden Valley. Zamzow wasparalyzed in a dirt bike accident May 31, 2017.Harvard MFA graduates end up in massive debt. What about Minnesota programs?
Harvard University isn't the first name that comes to mind when you think of a predatory college, but last winter a Harvard MFA program made a Department of Education list of programs that burden graduates with crippling debt. The program, called the A.R.T. Institute and run by Harvard's American Repertory Theater, ultimately decided to halt admissions for three years "to work on a strategic plan."Beatniks' exhibition opens at the Grand
"Beatniks is kind of a misfit or someone marginalized from convention, which we really consider our work to fall in that category," Newman and Artist Josh Schutz are both second-year Master's students at the University of Minnesota, Mankato who focus in sculpture and ceramics. "There are a lot of similar areas between our work, in that we both work with the figure and that we both work with abstracting the figure."Charges: Woman kicks out Uber windshield, commands dog to kill police officer
A southern Minnesota woman is facing felony charges after she allegedly kicked out an Uber driver's windshield, damaged his cellphone and commanded her dog to "kill" a responding police officer. Mary Kathryn Boettcher, 36, of Mankato, is charged with fourth-degree assault against a peace officer, obstructing the legal process and first-degree damage to property, according to documents filed in Blue Earth County.Court Proceedings
An alleged male victim told police he contacted Lucina who agreed to come to New Ulm to sell him some clothing Nov. 11. The man said he gave Lacina $110 for the clothing but Lacina drove away without providing him the clothing. In addition, the man said Lacina hit him in the face as he was driving away but he had no marks or pain from it.Pilot program replaces mobile homes in southern Minnesota
Kelsey and Donald Simmons covered the holes with two-by-fours and made other improvisations they could afford on a tight budget. But they realized it wouldn't be long before their mobile home, built in 1972, would no longer be habitable.Police Logs
Both front airbags deployed and vehicle damage was severe. Benson complained of left side body pain.Charity saved Christmas; mercy could save the new year20 min ago
One-year-old Wayne, 6-year-old David and 3-year-old Harley are happy to have warm beds after a month spent living in a truck while parents Tommy and Danielle Bowen work to get them out of a Pine River hotel room and into a house.Pilot program replaces mobile homes in southern Minnesota
Donald and Kelsey Simmons, with their sons, Kobran, 8, and Bruce, 5, talk with Southhaven Mobile Home Community Property Manager Ashley Bogenschutz about how they are setting into their new home in Mankato. Donald and Kelsey Simmons, with their sons, Kobran, 8, and Bruce, 5, talk with Southhaven Mobile Home Community Property Manager Ashley Bogenschutz about how they are setting into their new home in Mankato.'Definitely not done by an amateur'
Bob Singelstad's new hobby began shortly after he brought home a painting from the "brown tag" section of The Salvation Army Family Store and Donation Center. Whoever gave the framed canvas to the thrift store had attached a one-word note on a small piece of paper: "Norwegian."Couple reunites after 1940s romance at the U
Jerry Johnson, 89, and Betty Fiek-Johnson, 90, of Rochester, got married on Christmas Eve 2016. The two dated in college in 1947 and reunited in 2016.
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