Saturday, August 24, 2019

Dodge County Independent

It’s Christmas Eve.  While you and your family celebrate the holidays together at home with relatives, we are patrolling your neighborhood tonight – checking your property, your yard, your streets, looking for anything or anyone out of place.  We are the ones that venture into the dark, not knowing...
The Dodge County courthouse and Government Services buildings in Mantorville will be closed to the public, Dec. 16, from 2:30 – 7 p.m. for an active shooter training exercise. The purpose behind the exercise is to provide training to Dodge County public safety responders, as well as county office...
During the Nov. 22 meeting of the Dodge County Board of Commissioners, county engineer, Guy Kohnhofer, presented an extensive list of potential county road and bridge repair and replacement projects that could see progress over the next five years. All plans outlined during the 2017 Capital...
K-M basketball players MaKayla Grant (left), Kristin Scott (center) and Peyton Suess (right) have a conference at mid-court before tip-off against Austin on December 1.
In a sport like basketball or football, you’ll see a lot of teams trying to fluff their record with some easy non-conference schedule games. At the college level, you’ll see something like North Carolina hosting The Citadel in basketball or Alabama hosting Florida A&M in football. In games like...
Carson Johnson (23) looks to push the ball ahead to Drew Kelly (24) in the first half against Blooming Prairie on Friday night.
The Triton boys basketball team kicked off their season with their annual Triton Invitational on Friday and Saturday afternoon. With a four team field that included the Cobras, Blooming Prairie, Kenyon-Wanamingo and Schaeffer Academy, Triton was able to split their two contests to wind up with a...
Bennett Berge has his hand raised after winning the 106-pound championship at the Winona Invite on Saturday afternoon.
On paper, it looks like the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team will be one of the favorites to repeat as Class AA wrestling champions in the 2016-17 season. As the top-ranked team in the state and one that finds itself 33rd in the nation, it would be easy for the KoMets to coast into tournaments...
Touring the labyrinthine dining rooms of The Hubbell House in Mantorville, the sheer weight of the building’s history presses down on you from seemingly every wall. From the moment you enter the iconic restaurant, you’re confronted with historical relics and photographs that chronicle both the...
Although it’s only the first week of December, Santa has been busier than the candidates who ran for office this past year. There was a Santa sighting at the Dodge Center City Hall Saturday. He came checking some sort of list that he had with him. A list concerning “naughty and nice,” and he...
The Kasson city council members are anticipating such a large crowd for the public hearing at 6 p.m. Dec. 14th, they’ve moved the meeting to the high school forum room. Those wanting to attend should enter the new main entrance on the building’s East side and go up the stairs. The meeting room will...
The Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) fall conference was held in Bloomington, Minn., the weekend of Nov. 12, where about 25 K-M HOSA students participated alongside some 300 students from around the state, taking part in health-related sessions and activities intended to raise awareness...

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