Monday, October 23, 2017

County News

This weekend, Triton High School’s fall play, “Arsenic and Old Lace,” will open in the high school auditorium. Catch the play on Nov. 3-5 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students. For more information, call 507-374-6305.   
The Dodge Center City Council approved a resolution that indicates the city’s intent to consider organizing garbage collection. At the council’s previous meeting, members of the council decided that staff should research limiting the number of garbage haulers in Dodge Center.  The League of...
After 33 years of Country Carpets, the store is undergoing a change in name and a change in owner.  On Oct. 12, Chuck and Erin Hansen sold Kasson business Country Carpets to long-time employee Sean Malloy and his business partner Angie Bowman. And with this sale, the store’s name will change to...
The West Concord City Council has scheduled a public hearing for 6 p.m. on Nov. 17 for affected residents to get more information on the city’s 2017 Utility Improvements Project. The hearing will be held at 207 Main St. to accommodate an expected large turnout. The $2 million plus project is...
The Kasson-Mantorville Middle School Technovation Team gave a presentation to the Triton School Board last week explaining an app they developed last year to help young people Stop Sex Trafficking. Technovation Challenge is an international coding competition for girls in middle and high school to...
West Concord mayoral and city council candidates met the voters last week at a candidate forum sponsored by the West Concord American Legion Auxiliary. Both mayoral candidates and five of the seven city council candidates were in attendance.  Mayoral candidates are Mary Burt and Incumbent Jeffrey...
This may officially be Fire Prevention Week but Triton Elementary students got an early look at fire equipment last week as firefighters from the Dodge Center and West Concord Departments visited with students in pre-kindergarten through second grade. Though the presentations varied depending on...
At the end of the previous school year, the Kasson-Mantorville district received word that it would be awarded a grant from Safe Routes to School. This national program makes sure that students are able to safely walk or bike to school.  Since those in the district found out that it had been...
Every teacher knows that there are things he or she needs for the classroom. And then there are those things that are not really needed but could definitely enhance the learning process for all students. The “needs” are supplied by the school district but what about the “wants?” There are ways to...
Sunday night was the third annual Dodge Center Emergency Services picnic; a meal hosted by the Grace Lutheran Church in appreciation for the sheriff’s office employees, ambulance drivers, and firefighters that serve and protect the town. The church also invites the families of these men and women...

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