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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.

Population: 32427
Local Newspapers: The Free Press Prairie Reader
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Twins Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Wild
Local Colleges: Minnesota State University—Mankato Bethany Lutheran College

Zip Codes associated with mankato, minnesota: 56001 56003
Towns/Cities near mankato, minnesota : St Peter Eagle Lake Skyline Janesville Lake Crystal Kasota

Mankato News
A veteran tried to sell his hearing aids to buy a...

Gilbert Hoppe put pictures of his hearing aids on a Facebook sales site for $1,000 with a handwritten note: Pair of hearing aids for sale or trade for a good vehicle. He needed money to buy a wheelchair-accessible van, but a flood of cruel comments soon appeared under his ad.

Coming out of retirement - Patrick Wussow dedicated to serving Breezy Point

Patrick Wussow took over as Breezy Point city administrator in March and brings with him a lot of experience, including previous work for the cities of Brainerd, Big Lake, Tonka Bay and North Mankato.

Mankato man gets stay in 2013 drug case

A 48-year-old Mankato man found guilty of two counts of an eight-count drug sale case by a Brown County District Court jury last month received a stay of imposition May 15. After nearly five hours of deliberation in April, a jury found Joel A. Wortman, 50 Teton Lane, Mankato, guilty of felony 3rd-degree aiding/abetting drug sale and gross misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a child as a juvenile petty offender. He was acquitted on three counts of felony 3rd-degree drug sale, two counts of soliciting/conspiring for a juvenile to commit a criminal act and one count of gross misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Eden Valley Lions donate $100,000 to para

At the May 9 city council meeting, Kevon Gabrelcik presented a $100,000 to the city for the Friederichs Park. In November 2010, the Lions began saving for something big.

Crisis Management Leadership: Senior Officials Workshop for All-Hazards Preparedness

The League of Minnesota Cities is partnering with several state and local government organizations to co-sponsor this event, as listed at the bottom of this page. Is your city prepared to deal with an emergency or disaster? As a municipal leader, it's critical to have plans in place about how to respond during a catastrophe - and it's even better if you're able to synchronize these plans with neighboring communities.

New investment advisor at Alliance Bank

Alliance Bank has hired Nate Windschitl as a new investment advisor and the Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce stopped by to welcome him. Nate is a New Ulm native with nearly 19 years of experience in finance.

Holy Everything: Some angels walk among us

Angels. Do they have wings? Are they invisible? Do they play the harp and wear robes of white? Do they look like people or some other kind of ethereal creature? Or are they actual humans who also happen to sometimes perform amazingly kind and timely acts of mercy? According to the dictionary and as described in holy texts, there are different kinds of angels.

County portion of I-94 gets $56 million for lane expansion

There are times when news breaks that is important enough to get mentioned at a county board meeting without being on the board agenda. When that news breaks during the meeting, thanks to advancements in technology, it can be reported immediately.

A rape victim entered witness protection. Wells Fargo may have blown her cover, suit says

As a part of Minnesota's victim and witness protection program, the 20-year-old victim and her mother moved 30 miles away from their old home. At the new location, the family hoped to be safe from the man who pleaded guilty to sexual assaulting the young woman - and who had threatened the victim and her mother to prevent them from testifying against him, according to court filings.

Sleepy Eye Council approves grant application

The Sleepy Eye City Council unanimously approved a Department of Employment and Economic Development business development infrastructure application and resolution for a 12th Avenue railroad crossing, May 8. In the resolution, $1,300,626 of non-BDIA fund sources are committed and adequately fund the project that is part of a proposed road north of U.S. Highway 14 at the east end of town. It would connect with an east-west road that would extend west to State Highway 4. City Manager Mark Kober said the project could be part of the 2020 street and utility projects if the application is approved by the State of Minnesota.

1968 remembered: A Minnesotan in Paris during the uprising

In June 1968, thousands of students and workers were still demonstrating against President Charles de Gaulle on the Left Bank in Paris, after nearly a month of student protests and a general strike. By June 23, the unrest had ended.

Burial set for Minnesota sailor killed at Pearl Harbor

A Minnesota sailor killed at Pearl Harbor will be buried with full military honors Saturday at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Twenty-two-year-old Navy Radioman 2nd Class Quentin Gifford of Mankato was killed in the Japanese aircraft attack on the battleship USS Oklahoma on Dec. 7, 1941.

Chankaska acquires mobile wine bottling operation

From left, Josie Boyle, Jennifer Treb and Kim Maiers work in Chankaska Creek Ranch and Winery's mobile bottling unit near Mankato, Minn. Boyle said many small wineries will set up their own manual gravity-fed bottling lines, which are relatively inexpensive but slower.

Clear Lake driver in southern Minnesota crash

The crash happened around 7:43 pm Saturday in Eagle Lake in Blue Earth County. The Minnesota State Patrol says Amber Nicole Atherton, 32 of Waterville, was northbound on 598th Avenue and turned to go west on Highway 14, colliding with the eastbound pickup truck driven by Matthew Roger Anderson, 42 of Clear Lake, IA.

Minnesota tribe looks to block sale of US-Dakota War relic

A Native American tribe in Minnesota is trying to block the sale of an important U.S.-Dakota War relic scheduled to soon go to auction. The Lower Sioux Indian Community of Redwood County released a statement Tuesday saying they want to prevent the sale of a sacred catlinite pipe this weekend, the Minnesota Public Radio reported.

First Lutheran to host Tanzanian Bishop on Sunday

On Sunday, May 6, the Rev. Alex Mkumbo, presiding bishop of the Central Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, and his wife Wilhelmina will be special guests at First Lutheran Church, Le Sueur.

Journey leads to Fairmont

Cory German will be installed as pastor on Saturday at United Church of Christ in Fairmont. He continues to serve as a chaplain with the Minnesota National Guard and is also involved in area music groups, including the Fairmont City Band.

Resources shared at Focus on Vision

People came from Winthrop, Arlington, St. Peter, New Ulm, and Lafayette to learn about resources available to deal with issues of vision impairment and blindness Wednesday, April 25. They gained information from a panel of experts from the Minnesota State Services for the Blind as well as trustees from the Minnesota Lions Vision Foundation. Charlene Guggisberg was the main presenter.

Blue Earth's Hagedorn wins party endorsement

Blue Earth resident Jim Hagedorn was endorsed by the Republican Party as their choice for candidate for the First Congressional District seat currently held by Democrat Tim Walz. Hagedorn won the endorsement on the first ballot at the endorsing convention held in Mankato on Saturday, April 21. He received 76 percent of the vote, compared to challenger state Sen. Carla Nelson of Rochester.

Fair Trade market marking first anniversary

Learn more about sustaining workers around the globe from downtown New Ulm as New Ulm's Own celebrates its one year anniversary. Starting May 2, events ranging from book readings to presentations will focus on fair trade as the fair-trade market prepares to celebrate its anniversary on May 12. The first event is on Wednesday, May 2, in the Library at 6:30 p.m. The story hour at the library will focus on fair trade, with readings from a few books donated by the market.

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