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Fighting Cabin Fever

The season of snow has arrived! Despite the unusually warm temperatures that the Greater Mankato area has experienced this year there is little doubt that the cold and snow will continue through the winter months. With fewer and fewer hours of sunlight during the days and colder weather on the way many Mankato residents will...

Goodwill Towards Man

The end of the year is a beautiful time on earth. The season of giving thanks yields to a season of empathy and goodwill towards man. As many remember all that they have to be grateful for, others are reminded of misfortune and the struggles they have faced. There is nothing more in line with...

Turkey Traveling

In today’s fast-paced world it is increasingly easier for families to stay in touch even with huge distances between them. It is easier for parents to send their children out of state for an education, for grandchild to facetime their grandparents from a far away home, and for siblings to have lives on opposite ends...

Things to Do in Mankato During the Holidays

The holiday season has arrived! In honor of our heritage we close out the calendar year with a little celebration of giving thanks. This time of year we remember all we have to be grateful for by hosting festivities filled with food, fun, and family. Not only do we get to celebrate in our own...

Drug Crimes in Minnesota

Within the state of Minnesota charges for drug crimes are some of the most frequent criminal charges in the courts. Minnesota also happens to have some of the country’s most harsh penalties for the use of “controlled substances.” Like many other jurisdictions, Minnesota controls substances based on their medical usefulness and the likelihood that they...

When Salmonella Strikes

Each year in the United States a strand of bacteria known as salmonella causes an estimated one million illnesses. Of those affected, 19,000 will end up as admitted patients in local hospitals and about 380 will die. Salmonella infections generally result in diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and fevers. These symptoms come on anywhere from 12 to 72...

Treat-or-Treat Trips in Mankato

On Halloween, neighbors throughout Mankato participate by welcoming children to their door and passing out candy. There is probably no other season where a child approaches so many of their neighbors’ doors in one night. Because of this there is a much greater risk of injury caused by someone else’s property. In Southern Minnesota, homeowners...

Safe Spooking

October has arrived in Mankato, and along with it comes the most spooktastic time of the year: Halloween! The month of October brings kids the right to eat as much candy as they want, dress up as their favorite characters, and even ask strangers for candy. During any other time of the year parents warn...

Trust After Trauma

After a physical injury we turn to our trusted physicians for assurances, treatment, and diagnoses. In a time of need patients rely on the care and tests applied by their medical providers. This reliance has only increased over the years as medicine becomes more specialized and treatment becomes more technical. Proper medical attention can result...

Prenuptial Bliss

Traditionally the time leading up to a marriage is filled with flowers, intimacy, and quite a bit of sharing. Sharing the couch, remote, drinks, and meals is commonplace in the early stages of an intimate relationship. As the relationship develops the couple tends to reclaim their individual lifestyles and the intense flames of romance give...