Monday, April 22, 2019

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Every year, one undergraduate, from colleges and universities across Minnesota is honored as the top psychology student. This year, Kristen Eggler, a 2015 graduate from Hayfield High school, received the honor. The Gustavus Adolphus College senior honors psychological science major, was recently...
Senator Dave Senjem, Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose, and other members of the Law Enforcement Memorial Association testified at the Capitol recently, in support of having an amendment passed for its funding.
A few years ago, a tragedy occurred in Dodge County when Capt. Loring Guenther passed away from a sudden heart attack. After seeing how well the funeral was run and the amount of support that was given to his family from the Minnesota Law Enforcement Memorial Association, Sheriff Scott Rose knew he...
Nell Graham bends over the bar during an attempt in the high jump. The senior would take victories in the high jump, long jump and 800 meter run.
The Triton track and field team opened their 2019 season by getting a head start on their competition as they headed to Winona for the Lewiston-Altura Early Bird Invitational on Mar. 25. The meet featured eight teams from Southeastern Minnesota as well as La Crosse Aquinas and La Crosse Logan and...
For Karrington Wiseman the subject was cookies. Specifically, would people like cookies better if they were baked immediately or after the dough had been in the refrigerator 15 minutes. In her sample, the refrigerated cookies were preferred.
Triton fourth graders showed off their science investigation skills last week at the Triton Elementary School Science Fair. The projects were displayed in the gym during the school day with teams of judges from the community meeting with each student for an explanation of the project and how the...
Nate Bailey, right, is looking forward to raising money for Next Chapter Ministries by completing a 200 mile race this weekend. Bailey recently donated $2,500 to the organization after completing a 50 mile race.
Throughout his life Nate Bailey, of Dodge Center, has ran long distances. Soon though, Bailey will have his longest race and run of his life, as he gets set to run in a 200-mile race this weekend in Illinois. Aside from doing something that not many people can say they have done, Bailey will also...
From left, Lisa Modry, Karen Masbruch, Cheryl Frarck, Karen Masbruch, Lisa Modry and Paul Hauschild are serving it up once again at the Mantorville Opera House in A Second Helping, The Church Basement Ladies Sequel which runs April 5-28. The musical can be seen on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 2 p.m. (no Show Easter Sunday, April 21). For ticket reservations, go to mantorvilletheatrecompany.com or call 507-635-5420 and leave a message.
Mantorville Theatre Company (MTC) is servin' it up again at the historic Mantorville Opera House with the sequel Church Basement Ladies 2: A Second Helping! The musical runs April 5 – 28, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. There will be no show Easter Sunday, April 21. The...
There will be visible changes next fall when the 2019-20 school year opens at Triton. The Triton School Board last week made the decision to approve some tough budget decisions that will cut teachers, an educational assistant and an administrator. It will also cut one afternoon bus route and...
Lori Feyen was busy serving pulled pork sandwiches from Omar’s Kitchen. Lori and Omar Feyen own Omar’s Kitchen in West Concord and do catering while Lori is known for her baked good. In addition to the sandwiches they had cookies available at the Expo.
Parking spaces were virtually non-existent Saturday morning as Dodge County residents came to the 21st annual Dodge County Expo. The yearly event gives local businesses and organizations a chance to meet with residents and show what they have to offer. There is also plenty of food and free...
A former Kasson police officer will be spending the next 18 years behind bars for his role in sexually assaulting three family members over a 20-year period. On Wednesday morning, an Olmsted County District Court Judge sentenced Julio Baez to 18 years in prison. Baez will first serve 90 days at the...
Ever since he was adopted at eight weeks old by his owner, Derek Severson, the 8-year-old bassador, named Diesel, has been a loving dog. That's why a few weeks ago, the Dodge County family got the worst news imaginable when they were told that Diesel has cancer. On March 4, Severson found a large...

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