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 By Lyndell Hanson    News    May 28, 2020

Flags were not held hostage in Mankato

Because of the Coronavirus, Mankato Patriots were not held hostage. The city employees of Mankato displayed the Stars and stripes on Commercial Street. The women of the VFW Auxiliary Post 7830 and the Jewell County 4-H Club placed smaller flags at...

 By Lyndell Hanson    News    March 12, 2020

Windmills still used

On a trip to Burr Oak, I noticed a windmill. The fan was not turning on a windy day. I stopped and walked into the field to see why it wasn't turning. As near as I could tell, the brake was set so...


An enjoyable trip to Glen Elder

I made a road trip to Glen Elder last Thursday to meet with Mike Louthan to purchase a used chain hoist. The road trip began at Mount Hope Cemetery heading south on 150 Road . On my journey. I...


Rolling Hills Electric holds safety meeting

Rolling Hills Electric Co-op held a safety meeting at the Mankato firehouse Thursday. Displays were presented on different situations such as what could happen if people came into contact with...


Kemmerer and Pumphrey open truck wash

A new business, K and P Truck Wash, opened north of Jewell on Jan. 31. Joel Kemmerer and Andrew Pumphrey are the owners. Four washing stations are available. Water for the truck wash is supplied by a...


Mankato's Evangelical Lutheran Church beginnings

If a new community is built and people are to be reached, then a congregation must be established. On Dec. 14, 1872, at the courthouse located in Jewell Center, Kansas, (now Mankato) a meeting was...


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