Saturday, November 17, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Kasson-Mantorville High School showed off its acting and musical prowess with its “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” “This was a great job by everyone,” said Bob Soland, who served as the play’s director and choreographer. “It’s great top work with a group of teenagers like this...
Flames raged just north of Mantorville Saturday as a house burned to the ground. As bad as that sounds, the blaze caused no harm and actually may have saved lives.  A live burn training with the assistance of Riverland Fire School involving Fire Departments from Mantorville, Kasson, Dodge Center,...
Isaak Knutson slaps a tag on a Kenyon-Wanamingo runner during the Cobras’ game with the Knights on April 26.
The Triton baseball team has been in a rut by dropping its first nine games to begin the year. While such a rough start could mean the end before the year even begins, the Cobras have been able to trend in the right direction and put together their best game of the year against Lake City on Monday...
Laura Kosberg lines up a pitch during K-M’s game against Eagan on April 29.
The Kasson-Mantorville softball team is going through a bit of a learning process in the field, but their lineup has been the team’s strength all season long. The KoMets’ power was on full display this week in taking two out of three games. “Our production has been getting better,” K-M softball...
Triton golfer Ethan Otterbein (right) shares a laugh with coach Joe Hansen at the Triton Invitational on Monday afternoon.
The Triton golf team is beginning to hit their stride during the middle part of the schedule as they had two solid performances at the Dodge County Country Club last week. The golfers were able to play well and add a couple more medalists to a season that has already had plenty of them. The week...
Triton kindergarten students learned about nature recently with some help from the Triton High School Environmental Science class. The four kindergarten classes met with the older students on two days as they studied about the environment and Earth Day. Wednesday was spent in the classroom where...
Triton kindergarten students were spending time with S.T.E.M. (Science, technology, engineering and math) concepts last week and doing so in a fun manner. For two hours Friday afternoon the students rotated through four different project areas, each one led by one of the kindergarten teachers....
Betty Peck said good night to her son Evan, Jr. on February 17. The 35 year-old was also getting prepared for bed.  Around 2 a.m., Betty awoke and saw Evan, Jr.’s light still on. She quietly opened the door and found Evan, Jr. kneeling, as if in prayer, beside his bed. She whispered to her boy with...
Alicia Fjerstad remembers the moment her life was forever changed.  She knew something was wrong, but like anyone, Fjerstad was not prepared to hear the word, “Cancer.” The day was Oct. 28 and the exact words were, “Triple Negative Breast Cancer.” “I was hit with absolute fear,” Fjerstad said. “...
K-M held it’s annual senior day on Saturday afternoon. From left to right: Statisticians Bekah Birgin and Sarah Bernards, Hunter Nelson, Drew Kirmse, Hunter Brekke, Dom Noble-Henden, Aaron Berge, Andy Plein, Jack Peterson, Michael Head
The Kasson-Mantorville baseball team has gotten off to a great start to the year with a 6-1 record heading into their Monday night game against Holy Family Catholic. While the record looks great on paper, the KoMets haven’t been running away with games due to a modest effort at the plate....

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