Thursday, December 5, 2019

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Even though the Awesome Blossoms were playing in their first state championship, they were facing a familiar foe after playing the BOLD Warriors in last year’s state semi-final.             However, after losing by 30 points last year, this time it was Blooming Prairie who steamrolled BOLD 41-15 to...
After an up and down first four games, the Dodge Couty girls’ hockey team got back on track by beating Hastings 6-1 on Saturday, Nov. 23.             Dodge County got the scoring started when Malia Schubert’s shot zoomed past the Hastings goalkeeper Alexis Steinke. She was assisted by Katelyn...
Northfield may have moved up to class AAAA, but on Tuesday, Nov. 26, it was the class AAA Kasson-Mantorville KoMets who were the better team as they defeated the Raiders 64-61. Head Coach Ryan Haraldson said K-M had a slow start, but had a nice run before half to took a 26-24 lead into halftime. In...
Every year all the Triton Elementary third grade classes perform the story “Stonr Soup” for their parents, grandparents or others invited to attend. Last week Stacy Raaen’s class did two separate performances using slightly different scripts. In one the visitors to the village were soldiers in the...
Jim and Crystal Whitmarsh and their children, Micah and Isaiah, in front of the coffee roaster
Members of the Kasson Chamber of Commerce gathered at Trail Creek Coffee Roasters Saturday morning to officially cut the ribbon welcoming the business to the city. Trail Creek Coffee Roasters is owned by Jim and Crystal Whitmarsh and actually got its start as a cottage food business in 2017. The...
August Johnson as James Bon Bon discusses the missing candy bar prototype with Amaya Radke as Cara Mellow, Katya Wheeler as one of the Singer Trio and A.J. Kozisek as Snickers.
Triton Middle School students got a chance to perform on the stage at the Triton Performing Arts Center last month as they presented “Butterfinger,” a comedy parody of James Bond written by Adam Pasen. They first performed the play for fellow middle school students before two evenings of...
Kindergarten student Angela Wolf was joined by her mother, Stacy, for the annual feast. Food was furnished by the parents and the parents were also invited to come and join their youngsters.
As they do every November, the Triton Elementary School kindergarten classes spent some time in November learning about the first Thanksgiving. And before the holiday break, they went to the cafeteria where they enjoyed their own Thanksgiving “feast.” Parents provide the food for the feast each...
Back in September, at Triton’s Homecoming festivities on Friday night, Triton Elementary School took part in an event sponsored by the Ford Company and Zumbrota Ford. For several hours that evening Zumbrota Ford brought a number of new vehicles to the Triton Elementary parking lot and made them...
Timothy Ibisch is officially the new city administrator for Kasson. The Kasson City Council approved the contract with Ibisch at its meeting Nov. 26. Ibisch signed the contract on Nov. 22. Ibisch has served as the city administrator for Blue Earth for five years. Prior to his Blue Earth, he served...
It’s fast approaching – the 2019 Byron Brrr Fest scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 12 through Saturday, Dec 14. The annual event gets under way at 6 p.m. on Thursday with the tree lighting with the mayor and a performance by the Byron High School Choir. There will also be free hot cocoa and cider....

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