Saturday, August 24, 2019

Dodge County Independent

Three young Dodge County women will be sharing the title of Dodge County Dairy Princess for 2016. The three were officially crowned Saturday at the annual dairy banquet held at the Milton Township Hall. Sharing the title are Makaila Klejeski, Morgan O’Brien and Haley Reber. Organizing the annual...
When Rachel Wilmes moved to Rochester in 2007 and was considering activities at the YMCA, she was torn between basketball and swimming. The problem, Rachel said, was that she was afraid of the water. Her mother, Kathy, resolved the dilemma when she signed Rachel up for swimming. It was obviously a...
Dodge County’s jail population jumped more than 25 percent in 2015, costing taxpayers about a half of million dollars to keep criminals locked up. The jail census jumped to 22 last year from 16 the previous year, according to Sheriff Scott Rose. Criminals from Dodge County are housed at the Steele...
If the number of cars in the Triton High School parking lot Saturday morning was any indication, the 18th annual Dodge County Home and Business Expo was a great success. The yearly event is organized by Chambers of Commerce members in Dodge County and is intended to give county residents a look at...
K-M pitcher Chante Thome struck out nine batters in the KoMets’ win over Northfield on Monday afternoon.
The Kasson-Mantorville softball team opened up their season with a 7-1 victory over Northfield on Monday afternoon as they look to defend their back-to-back state championships. To pick up the victory, the KoMets used the familiar formula of strong pitching and a balanced attack throughout the...
Triton’s John Zeller launches a shot put during the Early Bird Indoor Meet in Winona on March 31.
The Triton track and field team was able to get away from the mid-week snow and get their first meet of the season in last Thursday as part of the Early Bird Indoor at St. Mary’s University in Winona. The competition was a great chance for the Cobras to set the tone for the year and they did so by...
Citizens Concerned About Rail Line (CCARL) will have its next meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, at the Kenyon Wanamingo Elementary School, 225 Third Ave., Wanamingo. The group was formed in opposition to the proposed high-speed or “Zip Rail” line between the Twin Cities and Rochester. When the...
You have probably noticed them in commercial areas and on lawns. Usually small depressions in the landscape filled with a variety of flowers and plants. They’re rain gardens and they serve a purpose beyond aesthetics. They help in allowing rainwater runoff from areas like roofs, driveways,...
A writer who has authored a best selling book is the newest face leading the editorial team at the Dodge County Independent. Scott Schulte of Milford, Connecticut has been named managing editor of the DCI, Publisher Rick Bussler announced. As managing editor, he will be responsible for coordinating...
Kyrie Bussler is a journalism and political science major at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has been studying abroad in Brussels, Belgium since January. Her father, Rick, is the publisher of the Independent. On Tuesday, March 22, I woke up like any other morning during my semester abroad...

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