Photo story: Connecticut school shooting
Photos from the Dec. 14, 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
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Afghan visitors learn about community policing
A delegation of Afghan police, prosecutors, judges and lawyers were in Mankato early this week to learn more about community policing, but Public Safety Director Todd Miller had to wait a day after the visit to let the public know due to safety concerns.
Area manufacturers worry about health care
82 percent are confident in the future of their own businesses
Mankato man jailed after assault
An argument between two Mankato men at a Liberty Street residence Saturday ended with one man on the sidewalk bleeding and the other in jail.
Nicollet Co. asked to support ice arena
Nicollet County commissioners were asked Tuesday to consider chipping in for a study on the feasibility of adding more indoor ice sheets and possibly a broader sports complex in Mankato or North Mankato.
Education co-op plans N. Mankato expansion
The South Central Service Cooperative is purchasing a 12-acre parcel in upper North Mankato for a future building expansion.
Roundabout concerns, affections voiced
Drivers had a chance to learn more about roundabout plans for two busy Mankato intersections Tuesday. They also had the chance to voice their opinions about their use instead of stop lights for traffic control.
Local tea party group protests at IRS office
|MANKATO — Andy Johnson has been waiting for several years to ask the Internal Revenue Service for tax-exempt status for his group, Southern Minnesota Tea Party. His plan was to wait for the Rochester group to get that status, then copy their paperwor
Scary environment turns into a safety-centered one
Specialized training familiarizes kids who have autism with firefighters and vice versa.
Sad closure for a favorite story
By the time I met Judy Roe, it was already too late. I met her at a dinner table at Pathstone Living, an assisted-living and nursing home facility near Sibley Park in Mankato. I'd been invited by her husband, Jim Roe.
N. Kato seeking consultants for major plan
The North Mankato City Council set the stage for two long-term plans Monday night, one for economic development and the other a comprehensive plan.
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