Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Over 20 years ago Triton Superintendent Brett Joyce began with the Triton School District. On Thursday in a memo to staff he announced that he will be retiring at the end of the school  year. The memo came after he contacted each school board individually and told them that he would be putting...
Over the summer, K-M alum Braxton Raymond was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. During times such as the one that Raymond is going through, it’s always nice to know that a family is there to have your back.   The K-M community has been no exception to this rule as they have played a huge...
When the Head family arrived to the Mantorville Saloon on Saturday for a Benefit in honor of Colby Head, who passed away from a sudden heart attack on July 1, they didn’t know what to expect. After the benefit Krissy Head, the wife of Colby simply said it was amazing. “It was pretty amazing,” she...
  It’s hard to believe it’s been four years!   That’s the first thing that has come to mind when I’ve been asked recently about the election this year. I couldn’t be more proud of all the accomplishments our staff has completed during this term.    One of our biggest improvements has been the...
A scene from KM/s version of "Beauty and The Beast" Friday. Left to right: Olivia Smith, Hannah Brumfield, Warren Kerkhoff, Rachel Tuma, and Ashley Johnson
With the Kasson-Mantorville theater department currently in its run of “Beauty and The Beast” for the fall musical, it’s a great opportunity to give students a chance to express their passions. While most of the play centers around the young actors and actresses that bring the play to life, Beauty...
No major developments came out of a brief court appearance last week for a Dodge County area grandmother who faces a possible death sentence in Florida. The attorney for Lois Riess, 56, appeared for a case management hearing Oct. 31 in Lee County Florida. Samantha Syoen of the Florida State...
A few months ago the City of Dodge Center began its search for a new city administrator after Lee Mattson left to take a post in Waseca. After an intensive search, and application process the city council and mayor unanimously voted on Monday to name Josh Tetzlaff as its new city administrator,...
Alex Buresh has become known as the neighborhood jokester in Kasson as she places jokes in a mail-like container outside her residence at 503 W. Main St. The jokes are available for anyone to pick up while they walk by on the sidewalk.
She’s become known as the neighborhood jokester of Kasson. And her intentions are harmless in wanting to bring smiles to people on the receiving end of her jokes. Alex Buresh loves to throw out question and answer jokes on index cards for people who walk by her residence next to the downtown area...
Every day soldiers across the country are deployed overseas for a number of different reasons. While being deployed for months or years at a time is often seen as being a normal part of the commitment to service, one thing often forgotten is the toll that it can have on families who are without...
The Kasson-Mantorville volleyball teams celebrate after taking down Stewartville in the Section 1AA West championship on Nov. 5. The KoMets would punch their ticket to state two days later, when they defeated East champion Lake City in the section final.
The Kasson-Mantorville volleyball team is heading back to the state tournament. The KoMets advanced to state for the third straight year after claiming their third consecutive Section 1AA championship by defeating Stewartville and Lake City last week. Despite the long-term accomplishment of...

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