Sunday, July 5, 2020

Community

During these dark days, everyone could use a symbol of hope and solidarity in their lives and high schools across the nation, including Dodge County, are providing that by turning their stadium lights on at night.  It’s all part of the Be The Light campaign, which spread on social media after John...
Some choose the kitchen countertop; others go to the dining room table or desks in their room. Wherever it is students around Dodge County are finding new places to do their schoolwork as they acclimate to distance learning. Distance learning also means students are doing more schoolwork on a...
With more people working from home and students now involved in distance learning, it is only reasonable to assume that internet usage has increased. That is true, said Mary Ehmke, president of KMTelecom, but the company is able to handle the increased traffic. “We’re in good shape with network...
Kasson’s American Legion Post 333 received it’s charter 100 years ago, in 1920. A lot has changed in those 100 years including the fact the post is now being led by its first female commander, Christy Eischens. Eischens actually became commander last June after being a member of the post for...
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on humans is well-documented, but what kind of impact does it have on pets? Jennifer Kelly, a small animal veterinarian at Carriage House Animal Clinic, said pets aren’t at risk for contracting the virus. “At this time, there is no evidence that animals...
As this coronavirus pandemic seems to get worse and worse by the day, small businesses are hit the hardest. One small business, County Seat Coffeehouse, is trying to attract more busines by offering a free kid’s meal with any purchase and free delivery from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Owner Michelle Douk...
Semcac’s Dodge County Food Shelf in Kassonis continuing to meetthe needs of residents although the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in some changes to its’ distribution operations. Food is being distributed as usual on Tuesdays and Thursdays,said Food Shelf Director Amber Duncan although pre-...
The Dodge County boys’ hockey team earned a 21-6 record this season and performed just as well, if not better off the ice as their team grade point average of 3.56 got the attention of the Minnesota Hockey Coaches Association who named them the Section 1A academic champions. Head Coach Nick Worden...
After losing both of their regular season games against Blooming Prairie (BP), the Hayfield boys’ basketball team was hoping the third time was the charm, but the Awesome Blossoms made sure that didn’t happen by controlling the second half and winning 59-51 on Thursday, March 12.             The...
Triton Business Professions of America (BPA) crowned a state champion, three national trip winners, and 11 top 10 finishers at the State Leadership Conference on March 5-7 in Minneapolis. Triton had 17 members qualify to compete against more than 1,700 other students from across Minnesota at the...

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Steele County Times & DCI

Steele County Times

411 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 247
Blooming Prairie, MN 55917

Dodge County Independent

121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

Dodge County Printing

121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

 

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