Thursday, May 23, 2019

Dodge County Independent

There will be visible changes next fall when the 2019-20 school year opens at Triton. The Triton School Board last week made the decision to approve some tough budget decisions that will cut teachers, an educational assistant and an administrator. It will also cut one afternoon bus route and...
Lori Feyen was busy serving pulled pork sandwiches from Omar’s Kitchen. Lori and Omar Feyen own Omar’s Kitchen in West Concord and do catering while Lori is known for her baked good. In addition to the sandwiches they had cookies available at the Expo.
Parking spaces were virtually non-existent Saturday morning as Dodge County residents came to the 21st annual Dodge County Expo. The yearly event gives local businesses and organizations a chance to meet with residents and show what they have to offer. There is also plenty of food and free...
A former Kasson police officer will be spending the next 18 years behind bars for his role in sexually assaulting three family members over a 20-year period. On Wednesday morning, an Olmsted County District Court Judge sentenced Julio Baez to 18 years in prison. Baez will first serve 90 days at the...
Ever since he was adopted at eight weeks old by his owner, Derek Severson, the 8-year-old bassador, named Diesel, has been a loving dog. That's why a few weeks ago, the Dodge County family got the worst news imaginable when they were told that Diesel has cancer. On March 4, Severson found a large...
The Dodge Center City Council held a short emergency meeting Monday night at which time they dealt with two personnel items. City Administrator Joshua Tetzlaff requested the city council give its approval to offering the position of finance analyst/clerk to Jeremiah Wadley. They also accepted the...
BY ALEX MALM NEWS EDITOR Across the country each year, thousands of people are trained in First Aid and CPR. The goal of the courses is for people in the community to be trained on what to do if someone has a medical emergency. For many, this is just a routine part in order to get a job or to...
Giving back to the community, and agriculture are two of the pillars that the FFA is founded on. That’s why it was so fitting, that the Byron FFA, was able to not only able to help the agriculture community, but also people in need as well, through their recent community service project. That...
The Byron girls track and field team got a strong opening to their season as they finished fifth among a 29-team field at the Northern Badger Invitational in Menomonie, Wisc. on Mar. 23.
The Byron girls track and field team took it inside to open their season as they went all the way up to Menomonie, Wisc. To take part in the Northern Badger Invitational. The meet, which was held at the University of Wisconsin-Stout on Mar. 23, was the first meet for the Bears as they looked to set...
The Kasson-Mantorville girls golf team had a great season last spring thanks to the quartet of (From left to right) Annabel Smith), Elizabeth Fagerlind, Ashley Johnson and Molly Sorensen.
Last year, the Kasson-Mantorville girls golf team saw great success out on the course. With Elizabeth Fagerlind advancing to the state tournament in her freshman year and sophomore (now junior) Ashley Johnson missing out on a playoff hole, the KoMets saw enough balance along with Molly Sorensen and...
Over the past few years, talking about and seeking mental health support has become much more acceptable in society. While the majority of people will agree that this is a very good thing, there is one issue that not many people think about. That issue is the lack of mental health providers,...


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