Sunday, May 19, 2019

Dodge County Independent

In the game of hockey, there are few things that can create a momentum swing such as a power play or penalty kill. If a team is able to capitalize on a power play, it can energize a team that’s behind or give them an extra bit of confidence to make up a deficit. On the flipside, a penalty kill can...
Need proof Midwesterners are some of the most generous people on earth? For the last five plus years, the Midwest Division of the American Cancer Society, Inc. has been number one in the nation per capita for raising money through Relay for Life. In 2016, about 13.9 million people raised about $17....
Wintery road conditions are believed to have contributed to a single car rollover Tuesday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. on Hwy. 34, just outside of Kasson. Three passengers, including the driver, were transported via ambulance for what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries.  The Dodge...
The Kasson-Mantorville dance team opened their 2016-17 season in Burnsville last weekend. The team hopes to have a solid season led by their Star Wars theme.
During the course of the winter sports season, it may be a common occurrence to see the Kasson-Mantorville dance team come out during halftime of a basketball game or other sporting event. While many come to see the dancers kick their way through a routine, it can be assumed that their routine is...
Dodge Center resident, Mary Trapp, is a soft-spoken, kind woman, with a lifetime of nursing, education and world travel bubbling just below the surface that can become a veritable geyser of touching, sometimes amazing, stories.  Knapp’s stories can perhaps spill forth most freely in an almost...
At a special budget workshop Monday evening, Mantorville city council members combed through the proposed 2017 general fund budget and, with the recommendations of City Clerk/Treasurer Cami Reber, whittled the preliminary budget increase in half. Instead of a seven percent increase over last year’s...
At their meeting Monday evening, the Mantorville city council members unanimously approved the results of the general election Nov 8.  Chuck Bradford held onto the mayor’s seat with 517 votes over 31 write-in votes. Elected to four-year terms were Henry Blair with 365 votes and Ryan Christensen...
When Kasson Mayor Steve Johnson made the choice not to run again in early August, the people of Kasson knew that they would have a new mayor in 2017. After the Nov. 8 election, the voters have chosen Chris McKern to be the new mayor.  With a little over 60 percent of the vote, McKern was elected as...
The Kasson-Mantorville powerlifting team takes a team photo at the K-M Warm Up Meet last Saturday.
The Kasson-Mantorville powerlifting team competed in their first competition meet of the year as they held their annual K-M Warm-Up meet on November 11. This year’s team has 26 lifters as they all set their initial benchmarks during this competition. “This was just a warm up meet for us,” K-M...

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