Sunday, April 22, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Mantorville residents, business owners and representatives from various organizations filled the city council chambers to take a first glance at what Riverside Park could look like in the future. “I was pleased to see so many community members took part in this meeting. It really shows how...
As a program that’s just entered its third season, the Kasson-Mantorville/Triton gymnastics team has set an emphasis of improvement. Over the first couple weeks of this year, K-M/Triton has taken steps in the right direction, but hadn’t broken through to pick up its first conference win in program...
Dodge County defensemen, such as Katie Robinson, are beginning to become more agressive as the Wildcats come down the stretch.
In the game of hockey, a strong scoring from the blue line is a great luxury to have. For the Dodge County Wildcats, they haven’t had too much scoring punch from their defensemen this year, but they’ve begun to pick up the pace and play more aggressively which opened up the offense as the team...
A crowd of Cobras swarm a Schaefer Academy player on Jan. 5. Triton was able to pick up their second victory of the season over the Lions in that game.
The Triton boys basketball team had a tough week dropping games to Cannon Falls and Lake City, but were able to rebound to defeat Kenyon-Wanamingo to close out the week. The week began with a trip to Cannon Falls on Jan. 5 as the Cobras tried to solve their woes playing on the road. After a first...
Two Kasson-Mantorville students were two of nearly 40,000 high school students in the country who entered the Voice of Democracy (VOD) contest in hopes of winning a share of the $2 million in educational scholarships.  Senior Jessica Marsland won the first place prize of $100 and sophomore Charles...
They were serving up French toast, pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausages at the West Concord American Legion Post Sunday morning. The Post serves breakfast to the public every Sunday morning but this past Sunday’s event was special. One hundred percent of the proceeds were donated to the Eagles...
For many years Jason and Val Lindahl prayed that one day they would be blessed with more children.  Although many opportunities to adopt children fell through the cracks, they never gave up hope.  The Lindahl’s, of Dodge Center, knew that if it were meant to be that it would happen.  “Jason and I...
When Adam Bernards decided to join the military he never dreamed that it would land him in Washington, D.C. watching over the White House.  “For me it was always humbling to have the opportunity to walk into the West Wing every day and just see all of the history every single day,” Bernards said. “...
Alexis Melder (right) lead the Cobras with 12 points as they picked up their first victory of the season against Trinity on Dec. 30.
The Triton girls basketball team has been searching for their first win through the first month of the season, but has found little success. Whether it be poor shooting, turnovers or a stroke of bad luck, the Cobras haven’t been able to find their way into the left-hand column in 2015. Fortunately...
The Dodge County girls hockey team poses with the trophy from the Warroad tournament last week. The Wildcats picked up victories against Warroad, Wilmar and Apple Valley.
The Dodge County Wildcats are poised to make a run in February’s state tournament, but their final game in the Warroad tournament on Dec. 29 served as a final reminder that the biggest part of the season is yet to come. With the 8-2 victory over Apple Valley, the Wildcats came from behind and...

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