Sunday, March 26, 2017

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Mantorville has an amazing group of volunteers that serve on the Park Board. The town is justly proud of its parks; it has as many as other towns that are far larger in population.  October 15, a group of these intrepid volunteers installed playground equipment at Mantor Field. Chair of the Park...
Next weekend, Kasson-Mantorville students will perform the first show in the high school’s recently completed performing arts center, “The Sound of Music.” The show’s director promises the community that the students’ hard work since the beginning of the year will pay off.  “This is as close to...
Doctors were confident that they removed enough that there was a minimal chance of microscopic cancer cells being left behind. The next step for Alicia Fjerstad was daily radiation and a chemo pill for five weeks.  “I would lay on the table and hold my breath for a series of four scans while they...
“To serve and unify the community by using our talents to benefit others as well as ourselves,” is the mission statement that a group of Kasson-Mantorville High School students wrote together.  These students are part of the Community Actions class, taught by Lori Pagel.  “We talk a lot about...
In a 4-1 vote, the Dodge County Board approved moving forward with a Comprehensive Land Use Management Plan for 2017.  The county has not had a new comprehensive plan for about 16 years. Ron Ziegler from CEDA, the organization that would build this plan, estimated that the project could be done in...
When he started his job at Farmer’s State Bank in West Concord in 1966, Al Organ didn’t know he’d still be working at the bank fifty years later.  “When we came here, we thought we were going to stay here three to five years, and it ended up being a little longer than that,” Organ said, laughing....
The embattled feedlot controversy involving Blooming Prairie area farmers is gaining more momentum as a coalition of the nation’s leading environmental, public health and animal protection groups have joined the legal fight. Several groups have joined a lifelong family farmer’s legal efforts to...
In their fifth year of working to make sure more people in the world have access to clean water, Community Celebration Church recently reached $44,000 raised to install wells in other countries. This year, Community Celebration Church’s congregation raised more than $6,000 to install wells in...
The Ash Borer was found in September in this row of ash trees on Holy Family Catholic Church property. the trap set by the U.S.D.A. is deep purple, a color that attracts the bugs, and hangs high up in the canopy of the tree nearest Highway 57.
Dodge County has been placed under an emergency quarantine by the state Department of Agriculture after an emerald ash borer was found in a trap mounted to an ash tree in Kasson in September. The trap and the infected tree are located between the high school and the Holy Family Catholic Church,...
Ben Triehy stands next to the gaga pit that he helped assemble in his journey to become an Eagle Scout.
One of the biggest parts of the journey to becoming an Eagle Scout is a service project. A Kasson-Mantorville High School student has turned that part of his journey into something fun for middle school student. KMHS Junior Ben Triehy first played Gaga Ball, a sort of one ball dodgeball game played...

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