Thursday, August 6, 2020

Dodge County Independent

Doctors were confident that they removed enough that there was a minimal chance of microscopic cancer cells being left behind. The next step for Alicia Fjerstad was daily radiation and a chemo pill for five weeks.  “I would lay on the table and hold my breath for a series of four scans while they...
“To serve and unify the community by using our talents to benefit others as well as ourselves,” is the mission statement that a group of Kasson-Mantorville High School students wrote together.  These students are part of the Community Actions class, taught by Lori Pagel.  “We talk a lot about...
In a 4-1 vote, the Dodge County Board approved moving forward with a Comprehensive Land Use Management Plan for 2017.  The county has not had a new comprehensive plan for about 16 years. Ron Ziegler from CEDA, the organization that would build this plan, estimated that the project could be done in...
The KoMets are introduced before their match against Byron.
Over the course of the season, Kasson-Mantorville volleyball coach Adam VanOort has believed that he’s overseen a special team. With loads of talent on the roster and a youthful energy, he’s seen a team that has played so well that he believes that a section championship isn’t out of reach. “Every...
K-M/Triton runner Brennan Gustafson was an individual qualifier for the Minnesota Class AA Cross Country meet for the second straight year.
The Kasson-Mantorville/Triton cross country team will have a representative at the state meet for the second straight year as Brennan Gustafson qualified with a sixth-place finish in the boys race at the Section 1AA Meet in Owatonna on October 27. The senior finished with a time of 16:31.3, which...
Matt Winkle (10) outruns the Stewartville defense.
The previous meeting between the Stewartville and Kasson-Mantorville football team on September 23 has to be considered on a short list when you think of games of the year in Southeastern Minnesota. On that night, an undefeated KoMets squad took a 21-0 lead only to see it vanish as Andrew Quandt...
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...
When he started his job at Farmer’s State Bank in West Concord in 1966, Al Organ didn’t know he’d still be working at the bank fifty years later.  “When we came here, we thought we were going to stay here three to five years, and it ended up being a little longer than that,” Organ said, laughing....
Triton’s Matt Hoberg (70) drags down Dover-Eyota’s Brady Williams in the first quarter.
There is a cliché that says that a two-sided year can be a “tale of two seasons.” For the Triton football team, that saying is pretty accurate considering where they were at the beginning of the year compared to where they are now. After limping to a 1-3 start to the season, the Cobras have picked...


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