Saturday, November 17, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Over the summer, K-M alum Braxton Raymond was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. During times such as the one that Raymond is going through, it’s always nice to know that a family is there to have your back. The K-M community has been no exception to this rule as it has played a huge role...
In 2013, Sharon Davern moved to Mantorville, moving back to Minnesota fter living in a variety of different states.  After living in Mantorville for a while, she began to hear a lot from residents that they didn’t have a say in their local city government and only a few people had a voice in what...
About 50 people were in attendance for the flag dedication ceremony at the Kasson Library last Friday.
When the new Kasson Library was built a couple of years ago, there was no doubt that it was a state of the art building and library. But something was missing. Flags. That’s why about a year and a half ago members of the VFW and Lions approached Art Tiff, the library’s director, about getting flags...
Nine years ago Angie Richards, and her husband decided on Mantorville to be their forever home. Ever since then the mother of two has been dedicated to the community. One of the main reasons for picking the area to raise their kids was because of the quality of education their kids would receive at...
New brick dugouts have replaced the old, wooden ones at the K-M baseball field this fall. The new dugouts are bigger than its predecessors and are moved back to give fans a better view of the game.
In the past, the K-M baseball field has represented a random diamond in the middle of nowhere. It’s gotten the job done, but there were little intricacies that hindered the fan experience. With several additions this fall, the hope is that not only will fans be able to get a better view of the game...
K-M’s Bailey Berge greets a St. Cloud Cathedral player as they prepared for the opening serve in a Class AA quarterfinal.
The Kasson-Mantorville vollyball team entered the Minnesota Class AA State Tournament with high hopes. The KoMets entered the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul with a record of 30-2 on the season and had been ranked either first or second in Class AA for the entire season. With the tournament’s top...
Afew years ago, Kasson native Zachay Peterson graduated from K-M High School. Now after winning an election bid for the K-M School Board last week, he will help lead the school district as a newly elected member of the board. While Peterson was ultimately able to pull out a third place victory,...
In the world of education, often times those who help students every day don’t receive the recognition they deserve. For Allison Ross, a paraprofessional for Triton School, her recognition that she deserves came after 27 years in education. Earlier this year Ross was one of only a few education  ...
A few weeks ago Michele Swift, got some of the worst news imaginable when her husband, Tim found their beloved dog Sophie shot and killed at their home, in rural Claremont. Last Thursday night, the same Deputy from the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office, that took the report the day of the tragedy,...
Two Steele County football teams have moved onto state semifinals after wins Saturday afternoon. The Blooming Prairie Blossoms rolled over United South Central 42-0 in Class 1A quarterfinals in New Ulm Saturday. Junior Gabe Hagen scored the game’s first points on an 80-yard catch from Kaden Thomas...


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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