At 7 a.m., a portion of the Minnesota River Trail that runs from Riverfront Park to Pine St. will be temporarily closed for exploratory excavation. At 7:30 a.m., a portion of Homestead Rd,. between Monks Ave. and Heron Dr. will also be closed to repair a storm mainline.
You’ve probably seen them buzzing around. While some are used for leisure, and others are used for work. Kelsey and Lisa visited the Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office to see how drone usage is taking flight among officers.
It began in 2009 as a 10-year population health research project and has since branched out to promote health and wellness in New Ulm and the surrounding communities. This Month’s Good Morning Give Back organization highlights the work of the Heart of New Ulm Project.
According to website, The Inflator. in the U.S. alone, drivers deal with an average of 200 million flat tires per year. Kelsey and Lisa hit the road and checked in with the service department experts at Mankato Motors to get their tire-changing lesson rolling!
It’s a business that was first brewed up in a popcorn popper, and now its jazzing up your cup of Joe on four wheels. Luckily, Kelsey and Lisa were temporarily “hired” and got to step inside the Beans Coffee Co. trailer on Lamm Street in Mankato.
If you’ve ever browsed through the shops of Old Town Mankato, you’ve probably noticed how each one is unique in its own way. Kelsey and Lisa browsed Old Town’s newest shop, Bonita! Its owner, Ginger Neilon, hopes to use girl power to set itself apart.
Have you ever thought about making your own personal care products, but aren’t sure where to start? It turns out it’s just as easy as transforming your kitchen into a laboratory. To find out more, Kelsey checked in with Jessica Peters, the owner of Guileless Green in Le Center.
According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, about half a million of Minnesotans are expected to take to the lakes and streams for this weekend’s fishing opener. Kelsey and Lisa visited Corner Bait in Madison Lake for tips on how to bait your hook before you cast your line.
If you adopted a pet during the pandemic to help curb social isolation, you’re not alone. However, what happens as the world begins to reopen? Nick Beck went to Key City Kennels in Mankato to discover their training process.
If you’ve ever hosted a gathering you’ve probably spent some time thinking about food presentation. Kelsey and Lisa go to “boarding school” at Next Chapter Winery to learn about the artsy appetizer display known as charcuterie boarding.
It’s the perfect time to hit the open road on two wheels. However, before you do, there are a few things you should know. Kelsey and Lisa visit Sam with Starr Cycle in North Mankato to provide some tips on what people should be looking for and how to get that ready for the road again.
What started as a simple idea has grown into a local staple to combat food insecurity in southern Minnesota. The Emergency Community Help Organization, also known as ECHO Food Shelf is the Good Morning Give Back initiative’s organization for May. ECHO is also gearing up for its summer feeding program, which provides free weekly groceries to homes with children between 5 and 17 years old.
It’s a past-time that originated in America, has since spread across the globe and may just have you moving to the beat. Kelsey and Lisa caught up with members of a long-time square dancing group based in Sherburn, The Lake Promenaders. The group has been square dancing in southern Minnesota for about 46 years.
It’s pretty safe to say that many of us have been itching to get outdoors. When Kelsey and Lisa venture off the beaten path to talk with Boy Scout Wilderness first aid instructor Christopher Sandquist, the dynamic duo quickly learn there’s one thing you won’t want to leave behind!
In honor of Weed Appreciation Day (no, not THAT kind of weed!), Nick Beck went to Herbal Health and Wellness in Lake Crystal and spoke with Dr. Megan Eineke to dig up the benefits of those “pesky” lawn annoyances.
The latest edition of “someone you should know” focuses on Stephanie Drago, someone who normally just quietly goes about making this community a better place. Lisa Cownie was able to help her find her voice.
On this St. Patrick’s Day, Kelsey and Lisa celebrate a lasting Irish friendship between two cities. The two visited Kilkenny, MN, to learn about its twinning agreement with its namesake across the pond.
As a real surge in sewing has taken place during the pandemic, Kelsey and Lisa decided to zip over to Madelia and learn the craft. The two really worked hard to stitch this one together. Enjoy the sew...!
A frequent visitor of New Ulm Middle School has made quite the name for herself. She’s become so popular walking the halls and interacting with students, the school has created a special reading program named just after her. Kelsey checks out what everyone is woofing about!
For the first week of National Hobby Month, Kelsey and Lisa ease on down the road to talk to instructors at a local non-profit, Mankato School of Music. There, they learn that playing music is more than just about hitting all the right notes. It's a way of life.
It’s a new year as Kelsey and Lisa continue to bring awareness to local causes, as part of their Good Morning Give Back Initiative. This month, the two travel to NUMAS Haus in New Ulm, Brown County’s only homeless shelter.