Thursday, December 5, 2019

Dodge County Independent

While almost everyone knows about the dangers of smoking, there is less information out there about the dangers of vaping. As of Oct. 3, The Center for Disease Control said 1,080 cases, including 18 deaths, related to a vaping-related lung disease have reported, up from the 805 cases reported a...
With less than a month until voters in the Triton School District head to the polls to vote on a levy proposal, Superintendent Craig Schlichting has been busy meeting with organizations and groups as well as individuals to get the message out why the district needs the levy. Voters will decide on...
The Hayfield cross country team headed to Zumbrota last week for their second to last regular meet of the season.  Head Coach Kellie Baker said the cross country season is really winding down and it’s crazy how fast this season overall has gone.  “Everyone continues to improve during practice and...
Thursday saw the Byron Boys Soccer team suffer a narrow 2-1 loss at Winona against the Winhawks.  Coming off an emotional and historic win against Lourdes on Tuesday night, Bahr said the team came out a little flat and Winona came out hard charging. “They seemed to interrupt every possession...
Triton quarterback Austin Melder tries to push aside St. Charles defender Dustin Zillmer during last Friday’s football game.
After being upset by Triton in last year’s playoffs, the St. Charles Saints used that extra motivation to fuel their 12-point comeback and eventually beat the Cobras 22-19 on Friday, Sept. 27.             Triton got the scoring started when running back Parker Boe ran it in from 10 yards out. A...
Kasson-Mantorville’s Alex Jennissen breaks up a pass intended for Byron’s Ben Stienessen.
The game started out as a defensive battle, but after that it was all Kasson-Mantorville as they scored three third quarter touchdowns to beat Byron 31-12 on Friday, Sept. 27.             The KoMets got the scoring started when Aaron Winkle drilled a 28-yard field goal attempt in the middle of the...
I guess you could say Dodge Center was, is and always will be an important part of my life. I lived there from age birth to 2 years old, but those two years were not my whole history in that small, quaint town. My mother, Vivian (Cottrell) Kraemer met my father, Richard Kraemer in Dodge Center. You...
The Triton community celebrated Homecoming last week with a variety of activities. The week got underway Monday night with the crowning of Jay Yankowiak and Samantha Hallaway as King and Queen. Throughout the week there were a variety of dress up days at the elementary, middle and high school...
The Kasson Home Federal branch is now operating out of its remodeled facility at 502 Mantorville Ave. S. The move puts the main banking and drive-through banking at one location.
Home Federal Savings Bank has finished the remodeling of its offices on Mantorville Avenue and has consolidated all of its services into the one location, said Market President Matt Bradford. With the entire staff operating out of one location, the Kasson Branch of Home Federal is now a one-stop-...
The new Casey’s store in Kasson will be opening on Thursday, Oct. 17, with grand opening celebrations scheduled for Nov. 8 and 9, said Bobbie Groess, who was recently named manager of the store being built next to the former ShopKo. “I’m super excited to come to Kasson,” said Groess, who is...

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