Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Calvin and Dessa Chambers, along with their four children, are grateful for their new home in Owatonna. The family officially received the home from Habitat for Humanity Saturday morning.
Everybody needs a home.
Kasson-Mantorville’s Robby Horsman was one of five K-M wrestlers to win an individual title at the Winona Invite on December 2.
Year in and year out, the Kasson-Mantorville team just keeps rolling.
Cohen Melcher, left, and Charlie Finley feed llamas during the ‘Christmas Alive’ event on the Jim Checkel farm. The animals were among several featured in various scenes regarding the birth of Christ.
Tradition reigns on Jim Checkel’s farm.
 Dodge County Emergency Management director Matt Maas offers advice to area church representatives during Monday’s “active shooter” training session at Kasson-Mantorville High School. Law enforcement officials emphasize a proactive “Run, Hide, Fight” approach to the situation.
Many people associate mass shootings with schools.
Above: Blooming Prairie’s Samantha Wurst pushes the ball up the court in the Awesome Blossoms 50-41 win over Waterville-Eysian-Morristown Friday at Blooming Prairie High School. Right: Blooming Prairie’s Maggie Bruns goes up for a shot in the paint over a WEM defender.
The Blossom girls’ basketball team earned an impressive victory over visiting WEM Friday for its second straight victory.  
Calvin and Dessa Chambers, along with their four children, are grateful for their new home in Owatonna. The family officially received the home from Habitat for Humanity Saturday morning.
Kasson-Mantorville’s Robby Horsman was one of five K-M wrestlers to win an individual title at the Winona Invite on December 2.
Kasson-Mantorville’s Robby Horsman was one of five K-M wrestlers to win an individual title at the Winona Invite on December 2.
Cohen Melcher, left, and Charlie Finley feed llamas during the ‘Christmas Alive’ event on the Jim Checkel farm. The animals were among several featured in various scenes regarding the birth of Christ.
 Dodge County Emergency Management director Matt Maas offers advice to area church representatives during Monday’s “active shooter” training session at Kasson-Mantorville High School. Law enforcement officials emphasize a proactive “Run, Hide, Fight” approach to the situation.
Above: Blooming Prairie’s Samantha Wurst pushes the ball up the court in the Awesome Blossoms 50-41 win over Waterville-Eysian-Morristown Friday at Blooming Prairie High School. Right: Blooming Prairie’s Maggie Bruns goes up for a shot in the paint over a WEM defender.
Calvin and Dessa Chambers, along with their four children, are grateful for their new home in Owatonna. The family officially received the home from Habitat for Humanity Saturday morning.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 12:38pm
Everybody needs a home. Unfortunately there are still many Americans who are without one this holiday season, but not the Chambers family, whose new home was officially dedicated in a ceremony by the Steele-Waseca chapter of Habitat for...
Kasson-Mantorville’s Robby Horsman was one of five K-M wrestlers to win an individual title at the Winona Invite on December 2.
Saturday, December 9, 2017 - 3:56pm
Year in and year out, the Kasson-Mantorville team just keeps rolling. Coming into this season, the program lost one of it’s strongest senior classes ever and it was up to the younger wrestlers to keep that tradition of success going. As...
Cohen Melcher, left, and Charlie Finley feed llamas during the ‘Christmas Alive’ event on the Jim Checkel farm. The animals were among several featured in various scenes regarding the birth of Christ.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 1:20pm
Tradition reigns on Jim Checkel’s farm. The Kasson man hosted the 10th-annual “Christmas Alive!” event on Dec. 2 – and a big crowd visited, guided by a “guardian angel” through seven dramatic scenes of the birth of Christ. Live animals...
 Dodge County Emergency Management director Matt Maas offers advice to area church representatives during Monday’s “active shooter” training session at Kasson-Mantorville High School. Law enforcement officials emphasize a proactive “Run, Hide, Fight” approach to the situation.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 1:15pm
Many people associate mass shootings with schools. Actually, more faith-based organizations were targeted during 2016, when 246 violent acts were reported, Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose said Monday during a church safety training session...

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