During the Mankato and North Mankato Flood of 1965, workers manned shifts twenty feet below ground while sandbagging teams above made an island for the Mankato and North Mankato history books.
Rick Pepper reminds us of childhood fun with his photo album of Mankato Area sliding hills
Nicole Lange reminds us that while it's good to take on new things for a new year, it's more important to be happy with ourselves
Kim Ruby founded ARTifact in Mankato to provide a place for people to gather together around creativity.
Patty Conlin, owner of Stones Throw Gallery in St. Peter had no intention of becoming a goldsmith and a jeweler. Now she wouldn't think of doing anything else.
Brigitte Rasmussen talks about one of the key requirements for cooking professionally in these week's installment of The Local Stir
Rick Pepper publishes some photos of the Dakota 38+2 riders arriving in Mankato taken on December 26th, 2012, the 150th anniversary of the executions
Ginger Neilon, owner of Baubles & Bobbies in Mankato has a passion for making good things which in turn allows here to do good things.
Natasha Frost relates one of her family's holiday traditions centered on soup in this week's Local Stir.
The Ardent Mills Silo Art Project is on hiatus for the winter but Rick Pepper offers a few images of the latest work that has been completed.
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