Monday, April 22, 2019

Dodge County Independent

After 29 years in the Kasson Police Department, Kent Berghuis is now the chief of police.  Over the years, Berghuis has been promoted from patrolman to sergeant to assistant chief. Now he feels lucky to have been promoted to chief.  There won’t be a lot of changes made to the department with...
There is an increase in pedestrian and bicycle traffic around schools starting this week as students across the state head back to school. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is asking pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists to practice safety as they travel.  Pedestrians should use crosswalks...
The Kasson-Mantorville girls soccer team will hold an epilepsy awareness game on Saturday afternoon when they face St. Peter at KMTelecom Stadium. The game, which is slated for a 4 p.m. kickoff, will have plenty of festivities for fans including T-shirts, a raffle at halftime and an auction. The...
K-M’s Dalton Andrist cuts through the Triton defense in the fourth quarter.
K-M strong in opening victory Heading into this season, the Kasson-Mantorville football team found themselves on much more stable ground than this time a year ago. While the players have gotten comfortable and healthy, the KoMets have been optimistic that this season can turn out better than last...
In the years since she graduated from Triton High School in 1999 Maria Welch has probably done more traveling and had more interesting experiences than most of her classmates. At the end of a short visit to her mother in West Concord, she said last week she has spent much of her time in South...
After enlisting in the Peace Corps, shortly after John F. Kennedy created the program, a Kasson-Mantorville graduate found his new home.  John Fryer graduated from Kasson-Mantorville High School in 1955. He spent some time studying at Rochester Community College, then he enlisted in the Air Force....
Pouring rain couldn’t stop the hundreds of people who splashed their way into the new Kasson Public Library for the ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday. Library Director Art Tiff opened the event by welcoming everyone to the ‘health club for the brain,’ and quipped, “It’s great to see so many brains...
K-M’s Lexie Worden (7) gets in the way of Park’s Tina Press in the first half.
The Kasson-Mantorville girls soccer team would like to pick up where it left off a season ago. As the defending HVL champions and the top seed in the Section 1AA tournament last fall, they’ll need to rack up victories against the teams that will be their biggest challenge in a possible march to the...
Kasson-Mantorville’s Paul Schultz (17) evades a La Crescent defender during the KoMets’ victory on Saturday afternoon.
The Kasson-Mantorville boys soccer team opened with an up-and-down week that saw a crushing defeat against Albert Lea, but a solid section victory against La Crescent. The KoMets opener took place last Thursday at KMTelecom Stadium in Kasson and the Tigers were quick to take advantage of a K-M team...
One K-M grad is now spending his time working with a company that he hopes will someday eradicate malnutrition in children around the world.  Tony Morrow, who graduated from Kasson-Mantorville High School in 2011, was one of more than 100 people who took a trip to Mexico this August. Morrow works...

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