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Hutchinson woman sentenced to prison in Mankato overdose death

A Hutchinson woman will serve prison time for the 2020 overdose death of a Mankato man. Alyssa Elizabeth Faith Miller, 23, was sentenced Wednesday in the murder of 23-old Marcus Krogh, who died after taking a counterfeit prescription pill that contained fentanyl. Krogh was one of three victims who overdosed in an apartment on May 21, 2020, but the only victim who died.
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I-90 closed near Blue Earth due to crash

BLUE EARTH, Minn. (KEYC) - A portion of I-90 near Blue Earth has closed due to a crash. The Minnesota Department of Transportations says eastbound I-90 west of Blue Earth is temporarily closed due to a crash. Traffic is being detoured; drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes. For updated...
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Gunman on the run after shooting in MN movie theater

Minnesota’s Department of Employment and Economic Development is awarding $4 million statewide for similar projects. Mankato Planning Commission considering proposal for indoor golf facility. Updated: 4 hours ago. Mankato’s Planning Commission is considering a request for a conditional use permit for an indoor golf and entertainment venue. Mankato...
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Providing the drugs in fatal Mankato overdose sends woman to prison

MANKATO, Minn. – A woman is sentenced for a fatal overdose in southern Minnesota. Alyssa Elizabeth Faith Miller, 23 of New Prague, pleaded guilty in January to third-degree murder in the death of Marcus Kory Krogh, 23. Court documents state Miller gave Krogh a pill that was supposed to contain oxycodone but the pill actually contained fentanyl, a much deadlier opioid.
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City of Mankato announces Red, Hot & Boom Fireworks

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - If you’re keeping away from the backyard fireworks, the City of Mankato has plenty for you to see this Fourth of July. The city announced this morning that the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge as well as Riverfront Park will be available to see the Red, Hot and Boom display.
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Mankato realtors say patience is key in current housing market

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - Debbie Ogren, a realtor at True Real Estate, has been helping people buy and sell houses for nine years. She says that these are unprecedented times for the housing market. “This is by far the craziest year ever, buyers are still strong,” Ogren said. It’s...
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Mankato Planning Commission considering proposal for indoor golf facility

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - Mankato’s Planning Commission is considering a request for a conditional use permit for an indoor golf and entertainment venue. Tee Times would include a restaurant with a bar, indoor golf simulators and a putting green area. The business would fill the vacant Family Video store...
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Mankato receives state funding for two contamination cleanup sites

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development announced awards of over $4 million for 11 cities. Mankato will get two of those grants, totaling more than $315,000. The grants are a part of the Contamination Cleanup Program. One of the locations in Mankato is the...
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Geraldine “Gerri” Janice Mendenhall

Geraldine “Gerri” Janice Mendenhall, 79, of New Richland, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Sunday, June 26, 2022, at Homestead Hospice House in Owatonna, MN. A visitation celebrating her life will be held at Friedrich’s Funeral Home in New Richland on Thursday, June 30, from 4-7 pm with a private family graveside service at St. John’s Lutheran Cemetery Willow Creek North on July 1 at 10 am.
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Midwest high school football programs get exposed to MSU’s football staff

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - The long and hot summer months of off-season training for the upcoming football season are what fans don’t see. This week, high school programs representing four states throughout the Midwest — including local teams from Mankato East, Tri-City United, Alden-Conger, Sleepy Eye, and LCWM — collide at Minnesota State for a team camp guided by the MSU coaching staff.
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