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

  Business association begins to form in Upper North Mankato

  MSU hosts open house for new sports bubble

  Local candy company announces expansion

  Reaching out for help during the holidays

  Local fence provides winter wear for those in need

  Biden campaigns through rural Iowa

  Wells finds creative ways to assist businesses

  Know the Facts: False Accusations

  DNR waiving entrance fees to all of its state parks for Thanksgiving holiday

  Variety of paintings to be displayed at GSR Fine Arts Festival

As Boy Scouts double registration fees, area troop allocates funds to help those in need

  Officials confident Highway 14 gets completed soon

  High School students get hands on health care experience

  New Ulm Gateway project nearing an end

  River’s Edge Hospital completes expansion to emergency, urgent care departments

  Shrinking the Generation Gap: Connecting through music

  Courtland Mayor offers Highway 14 reaction

  BECHS unveils ‘Then and Now’ photography exhibit

  Operation Christmas Child sends gifts around the globe

Zales to close River Hills Mall location

  Mankato house fire causes more than $100,000 in damage

  City officials, farmers come together to talk about water quality

  Area schools assist ECHO with Stuff-A-Truck

  Holiday Sharing Tree begins Friday

  Cook the Book connects community members, food

  Two area PE teachers take home MNSHAPE Awards

  New app improves communication, emergency response

  Chilifest aims to raise money to assist veterans

  Salvation Army finds a solution for those who don’t carry cash

  BEA operating levy fails by just 35 votes