Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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On Saturday morning Miles Nelson a three year old boy from West Concord  lost his battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, with his parents by his side.   In September the DCI did a full page story about Miles which is below:   Big Rigs for Miles   Young cancer patient goes miles to enjoy final weeks...
When Michele Swift came home from work on Thursday night to her rural Claremont home her husband Tim gave her some of the worst news imaginable. Her dog Sophie had been shot and killed by an unknown assailant. Sophie became apart of the Swift family about 9 years ago when they got her from a...
While for most of the year there has been a downward trend of motor vehicle deaths, recently there has been an upward trend. That prompted Minnesota Department of Public Safety Director of Traffic Safety Mike Hanson to send out a memorandum to traffic safety partners across the state to continue to...
With the upcoming election quickly approaching, it is an important time for Triton Public Schools. We are asking our voters to support an Operating Levy to help support our district in three categories: General Operations Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology Fine Arts   In the conversations I...
K-M students have had the chance to show off their innovative skills with their state of the art industrial wing.
Around 20 years ago, the things that could be taught in industrial classes were limited. For the author of this article, the choices revolved around building a bench in a wood shop, trying to use a small laser engraver and taking a flight simulator that resembled something out of an Atari video...
During the last Dodge Center City Council Meeting, the Council narrowed down its search for a new City Administrator to six candidates. The search began a few months ago when former city administrator Lee Mattson left to take a new post with Waseca. While they narrowed down their search at that...
K-M Middle School Students helped out the community last week during their community service day.
At the beginning of the school year, Kasson-Mantorville Middle School wanted to place an emphasis on lending a helping hand in the community. They also wanted to get more people seeing what was going on at the school and all of the good things that are happening within that building. That process...
  People say that often times "word of mouth” is the best way to find out important information. For Dodge Center that saying was recently completely accurate. After Dodge Center’s Community Development specialist Liz Johnson heard about a grant opportunity through the DNR during a Parks and Rec...
Run, hide, and fight. That is a phase that K-M Superintendent Mark Matuska never thought he would have to use when he began his career in education. That phase echoed the halls of K-M High School last week as more than 100 first responders took place in an active shooter drill at the school....
Unique. In one word that’s how leaders of the D.C. Pumas, the only all Hispanic 4-H club in Minnesota, describe their group. Four years ago the group formed after a group of parents decided that they wanted to have their children be involved with the special program that is known as 4-H. Getting...

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Steele County Times
507-583-4431
411 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 247
Blooming Prairie, MN 55917

Dodge County Independent
507-634-7503
121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

Dodge County Printing
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Kasson, MN 55944

 

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