Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Dodge County Independent

While the Dodge County community enjoys the annual tradition that The Big Iron Classic has become, the event brings truck drivers from all over the country to town. Everyone who comes to the weekend festivities at the Dodge County Fairgrounds has their own reason for coming back every year.  
Colleen West (3) celebrates with her teammates during the Cobras’ match with Waseca.
The Triton volleyball team is beginning to see some growth as it picked up its first victories of the season last week with a victory against Waseca and a solid showing in the Irondale Tournament last weekend. Such victories are a crucial part of a young team that lacks experience, but has...
Amy Flickinger holds up one of the shirts that the K-M girls soccer team made up for their Epilepsy Awareness game on last Saturday afternoon.
When it comes to sports, the figures that everybody will remember at the end of the day are wins and losses. However, the world of sports can offer so much more when a community comes together and supports a great cause. The Kasson-Mantorville girls soccer team did just that on Saturday afternoon...
One of the biggest microcosims of last season’s Kasson-Mantorville football team was when they took a trip on a rainy Friday night to take on La Crescent. As the rain came down, the KoMets made several mistakes during the game and couldn’t find a way to make the explosive plays needed to take out...
With school back in session West Concord’s summer backpack program has been declared a success. The program provided food for those in West Concord who relied on free and reduced lunches during the school and may have received food on Fridays during the school year to get them through the weekend....
A public hearing at Monday night’s Dodge Center Council meeting led to the approval of a Restricted Liquor License for Nadine Langworthy to sell liquor at The Annadine in downtown Dodge Center. Langworthy had requested the On Sale/Off Sale Restricted Liquor License. The council also approved an...
A public hearing at Monday night’s Dodge Center Council meeting led to the approval of a Restricted Liquor License for Nadine Langworthy to sell liquor at The Annadine in downtown Dodge Center. Langworthy had requested the On Sale/Off Sale Restricted Liquor License. The council also approved an...
Little libraries are popping up in Dodge County and everyone is invited to use them. The small, brightly painted little houses, which can hold approximately 30 books, are the result of a collaborative effort of Dodge Center Library Director Ingvild Herfindahl, the Friends of the Dodge Center...
Since the first Marigold Days 51 years ago, Nancy and Harry Naatz have taken part in the town’s festivities.  From square dancing to performing in talent shows to marshaling the kiddie parade, the young couple spent the whole weekend taking part in the now-annual festival. Since then, the couple...
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...

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