Monday, September 24, 2018

Dodge County Independent

The Kasson-Mantorville/Triton gymnastics team continued to show improvement over the week as they set a team record for points in a meet against Byron.
  Over the past couple of weeks the Kasson-Mantorville/Triton gymnastics team has made strides that haven’t been seen in its three-year history of the program.  After winning its conference meet against Stewartville last week and having the junior varsity team take home its first trophy with a...
  Chilly, snowy days and the beautiful winter wonderland that surrounds us offer different ways to play and enjoy the out of doors.  Pine Islanders will celebrate the season Saturday, Jan. 30 with a third annual “Winter Fest”.  The festivities include luminary-lit ski and snowshoe trails, bonfires...
In an attempt to improve the housing situation in Dodge Center, the City Council approved the purchase of 12 vacant lots in the Greystone Subdivision from United Prairie Bank, an action recommended by the city’s Economic Development Authority. City Administrator Lee Mattson explained that the bank...
Not many people can say that by the age of 23 they have traveled to 13 states, been deployed to five states, covered 20,000 miles and lived in almost 30 places all to help others.  Travis Moret, 23, is one of 75 young people based in Sacramento, California who completed a 10-month term of service...
All the parties in the lawsuit against Dodge County and Masching Swine Farms will be back in court next month as the judge hears motions for summary judgment from all three parties. Lowell and Evelyn Trom of Westfield Township filed suit in Dodge County District Court a year ago against the county...
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...

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