Mankato Celebrates Thomas Park

Photo Credits: Jeff Lang (Mankato, MN) — July 24th, 2023– Celebrate the grand re-opening of Thomas Park from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday, July 25, at the park, 100 Thomas Park Court. Participate in self-guided tours to view the park’s new features and amenities, which include: • Championship field with turf, lighting, dugouts and dedicated warm-up area.• Four-field pinwheel, with restroom located nearby for easy access.• Batting cages.• Concessions

Five Rivers Mental Health Clinic

(Mankato, MN) —  Oct. 03, 2022  — This adoption of an established mental health clinic aligns with the goals set forth by CARE Counseling under their Mergers & Adoptions pillars. “The Five Rivers team is wonderful and when they came to us for advice on how to implement the CARE organization’s model, they ended up asking us to adopt their family instead,” said John Hutchinson, MBA, co-founder of CARE Counseling.

Asurion Mankato

Fast Phone Repair Reopens as Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions, Offering Fast Fixes on Phones, Tablets, Laptops, and More (Mankato, MN) — May 6, 2022 — Local tech repair provider Fast Phone Repair has reopened as an Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions franchise. Now known as Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions Mankato, the store offers professional repair services for anything with a power button, from smartphones, tablets, and computers to game

Guido van Helten Silo Art

Downtown Mankato plays host to art of monumental proportions.   Artist Guido van Helten painted the mural on the Ardent Mills silos in 2020.  Each Silo is 135 feet tall.   One side of the artwork is visible from Hwy 169, but it’s worth a stop to see the entire work.  More details can be found on the Mankato City Art Webpage.

Mayo Health System

  (Mankato MN) — February 22, 2022 ― Mayo Clinic Health System will expand and modernize its Mankato hospital by adding three new floors atop an existing two-story building on the campus. The new structure will feature 121 additional hospital beds and numerous other improvements. “We are very excited to see the region’s long-standing vision of a hospital expansion come to fruition,” says James Hebl, M.D., regional vice president of Mayo Clinic Health