Saturday, August 8, 2020

dci@Kmtel.com

So much of becoming great at any sport is what you do outside of practice and now, thanks to the creation of the Southern Minnesota Bears U16 and U18 teams, there’ll be another way for local boy hockey players to develop their game. Mike Cooper and Craig Patrick, owners of the North American Hockey...
Typically, the Kasson-Mantorville community supports the school district, but during COVID-19 it’s been the other way around as the district’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club stepped up by helping the community over the last few months of the school year. The K-M FCCLA...
Most people enjoy a story of David defeating Goliath, but Les Evjen’s book, “The Last Minute ‘A Viking Miracle,’” is about much more than just that, it covers small towns, the athletes they produce, not giving up and community. The book, “The Last Minute ‘A Viking Miracle,’” is a detailed look at...
Niki, Ryan, Eva (4) and Olivia (7) Eipers at their dairy farm north of Dodge Center.
Ryan and Niki Eipers are third generation dairy farmers living north of Dodge Center where his grandparents moved to from Illinois in the early 1970’s.   Ryan said they milk 145 cows and raise many of their replacement heifers plus also buy some heifers too.   They are able to grow the majority of...
The first Black Lives Matter protest in Dodge County was impromptu and slowly added more and more protestors until there was a small group protesting the unequal treatment of African Americans on Friday, June 5. The protest was started by a teenage Caucasian girl, rising K-M freshman Mikaila...
After months of limited social interaction, community members will be able to begin congregating at the Kasson Aquatic Center when it reopens near half-capacity on either Friday, June 19 or Saturday, June 20. The exact date when the aquatic center will open will be known once the Kasson City...
With everything going on in the world, good news is needed now more than ever and Kasson-Mantorville rising senior Jakob Aarsvold received some good news when he learned that he’d been selected to play in the Hawaii Tiki Bowl, a nearly weeklong event held in Honolulu, Hawaii Dec. 30 – Jan. 4, 2021...
After competing for the blue and white KoMets for the past two years, right-handed pitcher and third baseman Kaleb Thiesse has decided to compete for another blue and white team, the Norse of Luther College, next year.             He chose Luther because, “I loved the campus, loved the facilities...
Each year about 500 high school sophomores and juniors apply to make it into the following year’s All-State band, mixed choir or orchestra, but only about 140 are accepted. Despite those odds, Kasson-Mantorville High School will be well represented next year as Ethan Barnum (clarinet) and Sayer...
Nathan Davidson has made the half hour trip to Kasson from Grand Meadow area hundreds of times in all types of weather conditions in the last 30 years driving a yellow VW.    He started kindergarten in Lanesboro and the next 12 years at Rushford but still considers Lanesboro as his “heart and soul...

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