Thursday, May 24, 2018

Dodge County Independent

The Kasson city council opened a public hearing to discuss the proposal of a ten year tax abatement for 1760 Millwork.   Community Development Director Mike Martin stated that a proposal to the EDA to rebate 10 years of the city’s portion of property tax as set with the 2016 tax statement to 1760...
A District Court judge has ruled in favor of Dodge County and Masching Swine Farms in the lawsuit filed by Lowell and Evelyn Trom over issuance of a conditional use permit for a hog feedlot in Westfield Township. Judge Joseph Chase issued his ruling Friday afternoon. Friday’s order from Chase...
Many students just show up.  They make an appearance.  Few make a difference.   There is a group of students from Kasson-Mantorville Middle School that have done just that.  They have gone above the cramming for a good grade or writing an essay to gain the praise of their peers and teachers.  They...
Katie Harrington (left) greets Mackenzie Hemann (10) and Kendra Powers (19) as they head to the dugout following an RBI double against Stewartville on May 16.
The Kasson-Mantorville softball team is looking to run a string of wins together as they head into postseason play next week. With stellar pitching from the arm of Chante Thome and power at the plate, the KoMets are beginning to play their best softball of the year as they head toward the end of...
Triton’s Justin Ness (far right) and Sam Favilla (second from left) compete in a 100 meter dash heat at the HVL Championships.
The scene at the HVL track and field championship meet in Byron on Saturday was a familiar one. There was the sun that would come in and out of the clouds and athletes from all over the conference competing hard around the track and during multiple field events. Unfortunately, there was just one...
Jack Peterson (left) is congratulated by his teammates as he heads back to the dugout on Saturday afternoon.
For a majority of the season, the big story surrounding the Kasson-Mantorville baseball team has been the inability to get key hits at the plate. While the team has been able to use their athleticism to capitalize on opponents’ mistakes on the basepaths, a key hit here and there would take this...
Triton High School honored its students last week at the annual Fine Arts and Academic Awards Night. Principal Craig Schlicting announced the Triple A Award winners and the recipient of the Principal’s Leadership Award. The Triple A Award is presented to a Triton High School male and female senior...
Dodge Center officials met with residents of the northwestern area of the city last week about proposed street improvement projects. The city is looking at several planned reconstruction projects that would begin in 2017. City staff will be meeting with residents in several areas that are being...
Dodge County Commissioners last week were presented with the 2016 Pinwheels for Prevention Award, recognizing the work that Dodge, Steele and Waseca Counties have done in areas of prevention and early intervention in cases of child abuse and neglect. Barb Sorum, Minnesota Communities Caring for...
The future of the West Concord Public Charter School now rests with parents of current and future students. After a motion to close the school failed on a 3-2 vote, School Board members agreed to make a final attempt to increase the student population and to make a final decision after an...

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