Friday, December 14, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Election Day is right around the corner, and if you are like my wife Rosie, the end can’t come soon enough.  While I’m somewhat of a political junkie and enjoy watching the process, I am also tiring of the nation coverage and ready to move on.  Fortunately we aren’t in an election year here at the...
K-M/Triton runners take off from the starting line during the Kasson-Mantorville Invitational’s boys race.
The cross country season becomes a grind this time of year and the Kasson-Mantorville/Triton cross country team is trying to push themselves to literally make a run in the HVL Conference and section meets with hopes that they can make a state meet appearance next month. “Our last two meets are the...
KoMets and Bombers alike were sent scrambling after a fumble in the third quarter.
In two of the past three games, the Kasson-Mantorville football team has seen a fourth quarter rally by their opponents that have made them sweat late in games. While Byron and Stewartville had all the fun of attempting to execute a fourth-quarter comeback, it might have been a little more...
West Concord mayoral and city council candidates met the voters last week at a candidate forum sponsored by the West Concord American Legion Auxiliary. Both mayoral candidates and five of the seven city council candidates were in attendance.  Mayoral candidates are Mary Burt and Incumbent Jeffrey...
A father who apparently lost it and allegedly choked his son during an argument earlier this year has been ordered to undergo anger management. In addition to anger classes, Frank Ernest Bernau, 34, of Kasson will be required to get involved in 90 hours of community work service and he has been...
The Bears had trouble stopping K-M’s Noah Ryan (5) no matter how many defenders they threw at him.
Over the past couple of weeks, the Kasson-Mantorville football team had been trending in the wrong direction. While they were riding high after a 3-0 start, back-to-back losses to Stewartville and Rochester Lourdes had the KoMets scratching their heads and wondering what it would take to get back...
This may officially be Fire Prevention Week but Triton Elementary students got an early look at fire equipment last week as firefighters from the Dodge Center and West Concord Departments visited with students in pre-kindergarten through second grade. Though the presentations varied depending on...
The Ash Borer was found in September in this row of ash trees on Holy Family Catholic Church property. the trap set by the U.S.D.A. is deep purple, a color that attracts the bugs, and hangs high up in the canopy of the tree nearest Highway 57.
Dodge County has been placed under an emergency quarantine by the state Department of Agriculture after an emerald ash borer was found in a trap mounted to an ash tree in Kasson in September. The trap and the infected tree are located between the high school and the Holy Family Catholic Church,...
Ben Triehy stands next to the gaga pit that he helped assemble in his journey to become an Eagle Scout.
One of the biggest parts of the journey to becoming an Eagle Scout is a service project. A Kasson-Mantorville High School student has turned that part of his journey into something fun for middle school student. KMHS Junior Ben Triehy first played Gaga Ball, a sort of one ball dodgeball game played...
Triton running back Drew Kelly leaps out of the reach of a Chatfield defender.
The Triton football team has been known as a team that loves to run the football. With a physical style of play, the Cobras have seen plenty of success over the years and for the beginning of this season, it didn’t seem like that philosophy had changed. However, last Friday night, Triton opened up...


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Kasson, MN 55944

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