Thursday, May 24, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Early last week Home Federal Savings Bank was at the center of a phishing scam involving a fraudulent text message sent to both Home Federal clients and clients from other banks.  Several clients received a fraudulent text message stating that their card had been locked. The text told the receiver...
Nick Rossopoulos pitched in three rebounds in the Cobras’ game vs. Bethlehem Academy on Tuesday night.
Early in the season, the Triton Cobras boys basketball team has been able to stay competitive, but when games get too close, you can only test fate so many times. The Cobras came up on the short end after a successful tournament a week ago by falling to Bethlehem Academy 56-53 in Fairbault last...
For several months, residents in the neighborhood of Chestnut and Ninth Street in Mantorville have been plagued by acts of vandalism, city council member Don Hofstad reported to fellow city council members at their regular meeting on Nov. 23. The most recent incidents included damage to siding on...
Two favorite Christmas characters will be making appearances in West Concord this year at the city’s annual community Christmas celebration. Santa Claus will be at the Farmers State Bank again this year from 9 a.m. to noon to hear the wishes of area youngsters. There will also be a coloring contest...
Dodge Center will likely be approving a 9.46% increase in the budget levy for 2016 later this month. City Administrator Lee Mattson told council members last week that the staff had the 2016 budget down to a 9.46% increase from the 10.57% increase that the council had certified earlier. The council...
Dodge County forward Bella Wagner scored two goals in the Wildcats’ victory over Holy Angels on Saturday.
ere will be times whern a team needs to learn some small lessons. In order to succeed, the team needs to be able to apply those lessons quickly and use that knowledge moving forward. For the Dodge County girls hockey team, its first lesson came at the Academy of Holy Angels Thanksgiving tournament...
K-M forward Brendan Knoll (10) loses the ball against Austin on Tuesday night. It was one of 25 turnovers the KoMets had on the evening.
In the game of basketball a lot of things can go wrong, but still give you an opportunity to win the game. For example, someone stepping up from the bench can offset a rough night by a scorer. A poor effort from the free throw line can be overcome by some hot shooting as well. However, turnovers...
BREAKING NEWS: Residents of Claremont evacuated due to gas main due to broken gas line   More than two dozen people were evacuated from buildings in the 200 block of Front Street in Claremont Friday afternoon after a worker struck a gas main while working in the alley. The Dodge County Sheriff's...
The driver killed in an Olmsted County head-on crash on Thanksgiving morning, has been identified as a Byron resident, 24-year-old Casey Beach.   According to the state patrol, witnesses reported that a Honda Civic was traveling northbound on Hwy 52 north of Chatfield, when it crossed the...
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...

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