Thursday, February 22, 2018

Dodge County Independent

This column series has largely focused on what sports can teach us about life. There are, however, some things we do in sports that never seem to find their way into real life. I’ve compiled my top five list below.  Spanking teammates While there is definitely national debate over corporate...
The Kasson-Mantorville School District has done it once again. For the fifth time in a row, K-M has collected the most pounds of food in the large schools division for the sixth annual Channel One Regional Food Bank Student Food Drive.  This year each of the K-M schools met their building goals of...
Families gathering for a Thanksgiving Day feast often are thankful for their loved ones and the many memories to come. That dynamic is different this year for Dena Houston’s family, however, as they know their time with her is limited. Dena, 48, of Kasson, is known around town as the “mascot” of...
The Kasson-Mantorville volleyball team may have had a disappointing end to the season with a loss to Stewartville, but that didn’t stop the team from racking up accolades. Lilly Braun lead the way for the KoMets as she made her way into the K-M record books. Her ability to set up her teammates was...
Dodge County forward Bella Wagner moves in on Holy Family/Waconia goaltender Lexi Hartmann on Friday night. The senior scored a pair of shorthanded goals in the Wildcats’ 4-3 overtime victory over the Wildfire.
The Dodge County Wildcats girls hockey team kept their momentum going from a strong opening week as they were able to pick up victories against Holy Family/Waconia and Bloomington Jefferson to improve their overall record to 4-1. The victories were another step in the right direction for a team...
Triton’s Isaiah Wannarka (4) tries to find a cutting teammate during the first half against Schaeffer Academy on Friday night. The Cobras would win the game 68-45 en route to winning the Triton Invitational tournament title.
The Triton boys basketball team is looking to establish some momentum early in the year and there are few better ways of doing that than throwing your own invitational tournament. With the Cobras picking up a pair of victories in a tournament that included Blooming Prairie, Kenyon-Wanamingo and...
West Concord residents will get a chance to tell the West Concord City Council what they would do with the old hardware store building on Main Street. The city bought the building last summer, a year after the hardware store closed. The city has listed the building for sale but has also indicated...
Triton High School Senior Charles Groll will be leading the Minnesota Business Professionals of America group for the next year. He was elected president of the group at the fall BPA Leadership Conference. Groll told members of the Triton School Board that he was one of nine candidates for the...
The Mantorville Theatre Company will kick off its third show in the “Nunsense” series: “Meshuggah-Nuns” for its Holiday Musical on Friday, Nov. 20.  Priscilla Ruemping, a MTC board member, says the board wanted to do the show because the other two shows from the series were successful.  “This isn’t...
For five days Kasson-Mantorville High School students were given another choice at lunch; in fact, students tasted recipes created and made by their very own classmates.  On Nov. 5, 6 and Nov. 9-11, five groups from the Food Innovations course took over the kitchen to make and serve prototype...

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