Wednesday, August 16, 2017

County News

Child actors, senior citizens, and everyone in between are hamming it up, doing their outlandish best during rehearsal for the Mantorville Theatre Company’s performance of Honk! Company president Patrick Quint has to smile as they carry on. “We’ve got a lot of voice talent in the cast,” he said. “...
35th Annual Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign Some people face food insecurity every day, while others struggle after an unexpected expense or decrease in income.  Hunger can lead to poor health or illness in addition to poor performance at school or work.  During 2016, Semcac food shelves in...
After a few months of uncertainty, the top educator at Triton Public Schools will remain as the district’s superintendent. On Feb. 13, the Triton School Board unanimously approved a new three year contract for Brett Joyce, who has been superintendent for three years and with the district for 19...
City officials and business owners in most small towns across the country are interested in keeping the business they have and bringing more business to town. Members of the Kasson Economic Development Authority visited with the sales director of a company that specializes in those very things;...
A group of women of the West Concord Trinity Lutheran Church recently donated 18 baby bundles to the Dodge County Public Health Department.  The group gets together monthly and putting together the baby bundles is just one of the projects they work on. Mavis Dessner explained they raise money...
Smaller car dealerships are falling by the wayside and often replaced with corporate ownership. But a reversal of that trend is happening in Steele County as a family dealer with strong small town connections takes over a prominent dealership. Greg and Julie House of Stewartville have bought the...
What’s a man to do about a love of cars but is not able to have real ones? That answer is simple. Collect model cars. Just ask Ray Six of West Concord.  Ever since Six wrote a paper in high school about the history of automobiles, he’s been hooked on cars. His fascination for cars carried over into...
The Kasson Domino’s Pizza restaurant is back to full capacity and then some following a renovation that has been ongoing for the last few months. According to Domino’s franchise owner, Marty (Paul) Gritz, the updated building is drastically more efficient and adheres to all current Domino’s...
One of the busiest places in Kasson early on weekday mornings is the Just Like Home School Age Children Care building at 304 W. Main St. - the old Folkestad building. The facility is licensed to care for 120 children before and after school and on snow days, holidays and during the summer. All the...
West Concord issued a water boil advisory Friday, Jan. 20, after a well pump malfunction resulted in a water pressure drop, necessitating a switch to another well to maintain pressurization. “Because we lost pressure, its standard procedure to issue a water boil notice,” said city administrator,...

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