Saturday, November 16, 2019

Dodge County Independent

Helen Keller (Paris Ellingson) reacts to having a pitcher of water thrown on her by teacher Annie Sullivan (Tess Zastrow). The incident took place during a difficult meal shortly after Annie Sullivan’s arrival at the Keller home.
It may be the most challenging play that Triton students have ever performed, all agree as they prepare for performances of “The Miracle Worker” next weekend. “In 14 years of directing, it’s the most challenging play I’ve done,” said director Anne Schreiber. It has a smaller cast than other plays,...
Fiona and the dancing rats practice a number. From left are Olivia Smith, Ashley Johnson, Hannah Olson, Mckenzie Holz, Paige Vogel and Hannah Brumfield.
Shrek, the loveable green ogre, comes to life in Kasson next week with the Kasson-Mantorville Drama Department’s all-school performance of Dreamworks’ “Shrek, The Musical!” The cast has been hard at work since the end of August perfecting their lines to ready for the first performance on Nov. 7,...
Home Federal Market President Matt Bradford was joined by Kasson Mayor Chris McKern, Chamber of Commerce members and employees in cutting the ribbon at the grand opening and Business After Hours at the consolidated Home Federal offices.
Home Federal Savings Bank in Kasson celebrated its remodeled offices last week with an open house in the afternoon and a Business After Hours with a ribbon cutting in the evening. The bank recently finished the remodeling of its offices on Mantorville Avenue and has consolidated all of its services...
There are a few things that every small city should have, such as a city hall, a police and fire department, a post office, a gas station, and a grocery store. Well, soon Byron will be able to check off that last box as Fareway is officially coming to town after a groundbreaking ceremony was held...
A ceremonial groundbreaking is scheduled for 2 p.m., Friday, Nov. 1 east of Owatonna to mark the kickoff of the Hwy. 14 expansion project between Dodge Center and Owatonna. The event will mark the start of the nearly $108 million construction project. The site will be at the cul de sac at 2300 SE...
The Byron boys soccer season came to an end in a resounding way with an 8-1 loss at Austin Tuesday night.  Byron Head Coach Dave Bahr said the Bears had to contend with a brisk wind for most of the first half, which made it difficult to move the ball out of its own end and clearing balls had a...
The Caledonia High School football team took a 61-game winning streak into their matchup with Triton on Wednesday, Oct. 16.             The Warriors made sure they extended their streak to 62 games as they jumped out to an early 21-0 lead and cruised to a 49-3 win.             Triton Head Coach...
From start to finish, the Kasson-Mantorville football team dominated the Faribault Falcons as they ran the ball 39 times for 374 yards en route to a 55-6 win on Wednesday, Oct. 16             However, it was K-M’s defense that got the momentum going as Easton Knoll tipped Faribault quarterback Nick...
The Hayfield football team made a strong comeback attempt in the third quarter, but Rushford-Peterson (R-P) tacked on a fourth quarter touchdown to beat the Vikings 38-29 on Wednesday, Oct. 16.             The R-P Trojans got their offense rolling right away as they scored the game’s first two...
Another amazing fairy tale comes to life as the Kasson-Mantorville Schools Drama Program presents its 2019 All-School Musical production of DreamWorks’  Shrek, The Musical at the Minnesota WiFi Performing Arts Center at K-M High School. Adapted from the book, Shrek! by William Steig, and the highly...

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