Monday, April 22, 2019

Dodge County Independent

K-M seniors Alej Brekke-Diaz (left), MiKayla Grant (center) and Kristin Scott hold the HVL Championship trophy high after the KoMets’ 64-43 victory on Monday night.
Coming into this season, Kasson-Mantorville High School was prepared to show off its newly constructed North Gym to thousands of spectators. While the K-M volleyball team was the first to break in the new digs, the girls basketball team was paying attention and when they noticed that it was the...
K-M senior Brady Laumb was all fired up after his 2-0 decision over Albert Lea’s Tyler Harms in the Section 1AA Championship dual on February 18.
During the course of the year, the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team has vowed to take everything one match and one dual at a time. Such a concept can be hard to do when defending a state championship, but simply defending the title was only part of the plan for the KoMets. They wanted to top what...
35th Annual Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign Some people face food insecurity every day, while others struggle after an unexpected expense or decrease in income.  Hunger can lead to poor health or illness in addition to poor performance at school or work.  During 2016, Semcac food shelves in...
After a few months of uncertainty, the top educator at Triton Public Schools will remain as the district’s superintendent. On Feb. 13, the Triton School Board unanimously approved a new three year contract for Brett Joyce, who has been superintendent for three years and with the district for 19...
The on-going feedlot fight in Dodge County is now in the hands of the Minnesota Court of Appeals. Oral arguments were heard Feb. 7 at the Minnesota Judicial Center in St. Paul regarding a local judge’s ruling that paved the way for more feedlots to be built in Dodge County. Three judges will now...
With his vehicle stuck in the snow at a local cemetery, an elderly man left on foot to get help, but quickly became overcome with the snow and cold conditions himself. His body temperature was quickly falling and his prognosis didn’t look good as he lay in the snow.  But things soon changed when a...
Throughout its season, the Dodge County girls hockey team showed flashes of what it could be capable of once they hit the playoffs. With a strong defense and just enough scoring punch, the Wildcats showed that they could slug it out with anyone they should run into in the section tournament and...
Maddox Fritz takes control of his opponent during the JV dual with Zumbrota-Mazeppa.
A common theme for high school wrestling teams throughout the season is that they want to be at their best heading into the section tournaments in February. As the favorite time of the year for many wrestling fans comes up on the calendar, it’s safe to say that the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team...
It’s a Saturday morning at Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School. Once walking through the entrance, you can hear the noise of children playing in the hallway coming from the orange pod. As you get closer, the screams get louder and you start to see some of the children running into the hall....
City officials and business owners in most small towns across the country are interested in keeping the business they have and bringing more business to town. Members of the Kasson Economic Development Authority visited with the sales director of a company that specializes in those very things;...


Steele County Times & DCI

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Dodge County Independent
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Kasson, MN 55944

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121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944


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