Wednesday, August 12, 2020

County News

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,...
April Paulson was presented the 2016 Kasson-Mantorville Lion of the Year award at the Lions Extravaganza. April has been a Lion member for six years and a volunteer for many club projects, such as helping clean up the school gym after K-M sports events, picking up trash from the bleachers after the...
Carolyn’s Business Services of Kasson is the quintessential small business. The tax services and accounting outfit is located in an unassuming, modest white house on the way out of town towards Dodge Center, and if you happen by during a snowy morning, you’ll find one of the business’s three...
At a long workshop Dec 20, the Dodge County Commissioners reviewed the budget one more time before their final meeting of the year. The final meeting was Tuesday, at which they approved the increase. In September, they had approved a preliminary budget with a 4.8 per cent increase over last year....
By most accounts, it could be suggested the new K-M high school performing arts center (PAC) is among the area’s unintentionally best kept secrets. Just mention PAC to some people, and you may be greeted with a blank stare. The PAC is no secret to the students, of course, who have been delighted...
When talking with Hayfield, Minn., resident and retiring Dodge County commissioner, David Erickson, there’s one word that will bounce through your head about every four minutes. “Interesting.” Everything has been “interesting” to Erickson, now 80 interesting years old. Twenty years as Dodge County...
Mark Finstuen of Milton Township was the recipient of this year’s Dodge District’s “Outstanding Conservationist Award” by the Minnesota Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts (MASWCD). He was presented with the award Dec. 6 at the Doubletree Hotel in St. Cloud. The Finstuen family,...

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