Ryan Sjoberg

Ryan Sjoberg

Multi-Media Journalist

Mankato, MN

Ryan Sjoberg is from Sioux Falls, South Dakota and started at KEYC News 12 in December of 2017 before graduating from Minnesota State University-Mankato with a degree in Mass Media and Communication Studies. His whole life he has been passionate about sports and interacting with people so this job is perfect for him. As a kid, he played basketball, baseball, and golf. He has always seen TV as a possibility, but not really a reality until he interned at KEYC News 12 over the course of the summer of 2017.

Ryan looks forward to serving the people of Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa for the foreseeable future and can’t wait to meet and interact with all the different people he may not have otherwise had the opportunity to meet in Mankato and the surrounding communities.


  • Minnesota State University, Mankato


Recent Articles by Ryan

  Local business is the site of a couple movie scenes

  Arts Center of Saint Peter adds second floor

  Driving hazards won’t end with snow, officials warn

  January flu numbers higher than last year

  Towing in Mankato gets a shakeup

  South Central College moving along with major construction project

  Lake Washington Regional Park set to receive grant money for improvements

  Update on Officer Matson’s condition

  Discounted curling lessons included with Snow Kato Days

  State of Minnesota, local governments work to alleviate payment disputes

  Snow Kato Days aims to include winter enthusiasm

  Mankato radio personality ready to start new chapter

  Minnesota’s housing shortage evident in Mankato

  St. Peter athletic training department honored with award

Local church invites area residents to community dinner

  Considine shares 2020 legislative goals ahead of next session

  EDA invests in Waseca, surrounding area

  Nicollet falls at home to Sibley East

  New Ulm Cathedral remains undefeated with victory against Sleepy Eye

  Blue Earth County Library extending hours at Mankato location

Clergy abuse victims set to vote on settlement

  Sleepy Eye Medical Center earns national award

  Blue Earth County Library extending hours at Mankato location

  Influenza B hits Minnesota hard

  Area business donates materials for tech programs at area schools

  Influenza B hits Minnesota hard

  Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride makes its way to Mankato

  GoFundMe started for service dog’s medical fees

2019: Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride arrives at Reconciliation Park

  New Ulm Project for Little Dresses reflects on a decades worth of work