Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Community

Ten-year-old Laurellee Burt knows how to knit and has been working on learning how to crochet this summer.
There is a new club meeting at the Dodge Center Public Library and they are all about knitting. And now they are knitting for a cause. While the group normally does their knitting on Thursday afternoons, they were at the library on a Saturday earlier this month in observance of “I Love Yarn Day.”...
It was just over a year ago that the Claremont American Legion broke ground for its Veterans Memorial. A dedication of the memorial will be held at 1 p.m. on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11. The memorial is located on Front Street in downtown Claremont. The memorial is complete, said Mike Berg,...
Could Mantorville be joining the number of cities nationwide that are attempting to use murals as a way to control speed on streets? That is an idea that the Councilmember Sharon Davern and the Mantorville Community Relations Committee think is worth investigating. So much so that they are...
Triton High School graduate Martha Moenning capped her FFA career last week by taking first place in the Prepared Public Speaking Leadership Development Event at the National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis. Moenning, the daughter of Mark and Donna Moenning, earned the right to compete in...
It’s hard to beat the same team twice, but the Kasson-Mantorville volleyball was able to achieve that feat as they beat Triton 3-1 on Saturday, Oct. 26, to advance to the section championship match. Triton reached the semi-finals for the first time in eight years, and Head Coach Rebecca Goossens...
After Goodhue’s defense forced a quick three-and-out, the Wildcats received the Hayfield punt at their own 48-yard line. Goodhue’s second play from scrimmage went 43 yards for a touchdown. A successful two-point conversion gave the Wildcats an 8-0 lead less than two minutes into the game...
Coming off a 48-2 beatdown of Red Wing, the Byron football team had momentum on their side as they entered last Saturday’s game against Kasson-Mantorville.             However, all their momentum soon went out the window as the KoMets scored on two big plays early in the ball game, held the Bears...
Head Coach Jared Pittman said he was overall happy with how his team fared at the section meet. “We have had a few injuries and other nagging issues the last few weeks which did hurt some performances, but overall the kids still fought really hard at the end,” he said. “We had some really breakout...
The Triton school board honored Cobra Pride recipients, heard a report from School Resource Officer Deputy Dave Skadson, approved the sale/refunding of General Obligation School Building Refunding Bonds and approved a number of routine items at its October meeting. Monthly Cobra Pride honorees...
Three good witches were seen at the Mantorville Art Guild Saturday afternoon although in reality they were the Art Guild’s Theresa Hoagland, her daughter Brenda Frame and great-granddaughter Alexis Swintek.
Mantorville residents took advantage of cool fall afternoon last Saturday to come together to enjoy the annual Fall Festival. There were a variety of activities throughout the day, including a Haunted Hustle 5K race in the morning followed by a Farmers Market, a pet costume contest, pumpkin...

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