Saturday, November 17, 2018

County News

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...
City Administrator Lee Mattson presented a resolution regarding the 2017 Improvement Project to the Dodge Center City Council at the Sept. 26 meeting. This resolution, created after a public hearing on the project, stated that improvements to the following streets are both necessary, cost-effective...
Claremont City Council members approved the purchase agreement for the first free lot in the city last week and also established a Tax Increment Finance (TIF) District for the Al-Corn Clean Fuels expansion project. James Konz has been approved for one of the free lots in the RK&T Development...
An update on the start of the school year, a financial donation from the Dodge Center Foundation and dates for public meetings on the upcoming levy vote were all on the agenda at Monday night’s Triton Board of Education meeting. Triton principals all reported how the first days of school went with...
With school back in session West Concord’s summer backpack program has been declared a success. The program provided food for those in West Concord who relied on free and reduced lunches during the school and may have received food on Fridays during the school year to get them through the weekend....
A public hearing at Monday night’s Dodge Center Council meeting led to the approval of a Restricted Liquor License for Nadine Langworthy to sell liquor at The Annadine in downtown Dodge Center. Langworthy had requested the On Sale/Off Sale Restricted Liquor License. The council also approved an...
A public hearing at Monday night’s Dodge Center Council meeting led to the approval of a Restricted Liquor License for Nadine Langworthy to sell liquor at The Annadine in downtown Dodge Center. Langworthy had requested the On Sale/Off Sale Restricted Liquor License. The council also approved an...
Little libraries are popping up in Dodge County and everyone is invited to use them. The small, brightly painted little houses, which can hold approximately 30 books, are the result of a collaborative effort of Dodge Center Library Director Ingvild Herfindahl, the Friends of the Dodge Center...
In the years since she graduated from Triton High School in 1999 Maria Welch has probably done more traveling and had more interesting experiences than most of her classmates. At the end of a short visit to her mother in West Concord, she said last week she has spent much of her time in South...

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