Radio Mankato Newscast June 19, 2024

Published On: June 19th, 20241 min readCategories: Local News, News

By Robert Lawson
News Director
KTOE News/Radio Mankato

Part 1

From Not Enough Rain to Too Much: Farmers

Sen. Smith Noncommittal on Social Media Warning Labels

Mankato Public Safety: Fire on N. Broad Street

Register a Neighborhood Night to Unite Event on the First Tuesday in August

Provide Input on Intersection Control Evaluation at a Come-and-Go Open House

Sanitary Sewer Cleaning and Televising Work – Taking Place This Week in Eagle Lake

Report: 7.3 Percent of Mankato Workers at Risk of AI Job Displacement

City Offices Closed for Juneteenth

Educare Foundation to Host 2nd Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser

MnSCU Recognizes Leaders at MNSU with Emeritus Status

Part 2

OCM to Open Social Equity Verification Process June 24

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USDA Awards $50 Million to Support Farmworkers and Ag Employers

15K Minnesotans Registered to Vote Using Auto Voter Registration

Gov. Walz Announces $8 Million in Statewide Teacher Mentorship Grants

Walz Also Announces Funding to Train Workers for High-Demand Employment

Farm Service Agency Seeking Nominations for Farmers and Ranchers to Serve on Local County Committees

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