Saturday, October 20, 2018

Dodge County Independent

For five days Kasson-Mantorville High School students were given another choice at lunch; in fact, students tasted recipes created and made by their very own classmates.  On Nov. 5, 6 and Nov. 9-11, five groups from the Food Innovations course took over the kitchen to make and serve prototype...
The county building construction project is moving into its final phases, Architect John McNamara told Dodge County board members last week as he asked for approval of change order requests. “Overall things are going well,” he said. Work has now moved into the last of three phases, remodeling of...
The investigation into alleged improper actions by a township board in Dodge County is being handled by the Olmsted County Attorney’s Office, and a decision could come forth within the next few weeks. Olmsted County Attorney Mark Ostrem confirmed he is personally reviewing the case against the...
Dodge County goaltender Gabby Suhr reaches for a save during the second period against Stillwater on Saturday afternoon.
In the past, the Dodge County Wildcats have been a team that has not lacked offensive firepower. With players like Dana Rasmussen (44 goals in 2014-15), Jacie Hoehn (eight goals) and Brede Postier (seven goals), it wasn’t uncommon for the Wildcats to engage in offensively fueled battles. With 59...
Katie Robinson of Kasson-Mantorville (middle) signs her letter of intent to play for the University of Minnesota womens hockey team next fall. She will become the second Dodge County hockey player to play for a NCAA Division 1 school.
Since the 2013 season, the Dodge County Wildcats girls hockey program has produced plenty of talent that has gone on to play collegiately. What started with Zumbrota-Mazeppa’s Lydia Wagner committing to play at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 2013 turned into seven players committing to...
Ingvild Herfindahl was hired as the new library director at the Dodge Center Library earlier this year, replacing Angie Fern who had moved away. Herfindahl had been the Kasson Library children’s librarian for several years when she decided to pursue her master’s degree in Library and Information...
The Claremont City Council last week made several adjustments to its program to encourage construction of single-family residences in the Claremont Development. The city owns 14 single-family lots that are available on a first-come, first-served basis for those who wish to build a home. Under the...
Earlier this month Kasson Mantorville Middle School sixth-grade students went beyond the school walls to learn about nature on the annual trip to the Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center in Lanesboro.  The lead teacher of the trip, Matt Nelson, estimated that there were 165 students and 40...
Using money raised from their annual Corn Drive, the Triton FFA Chapter delivered 1,105 pounds of food to the Dodge County Food Shelf in Kasson. Each year the chapter solicits donation of corn and soybeans from area farmers as well as cash. The crops are then sold to the elevator with the money...
Habitat for Humanity is making a difference for another Dodge County family, but not in its typical way. For the first time in the county’s history, a family is moving out of a Habitat house and a new family is moving in.  The Habitat house, located in Mantorville, was dedicated to the previous...

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