Saturday, November 17, 2018

Opinions

I haven’t been walking this earth for many years, especially compared to my elders, but one thing that I have had a vast amount of experience with is politics. I took my first political science course in college in the fall of 2013, as a freshman (I feel old), and ever since, I have had a passion...
With Election Day in the rearview mirror and Thanksgiving quickly making its way towards us, the DCI has come up with a fun promotion that will likely send you all the way to the store, well, gobbling away. The DCI is teaming up with our friendly neighborhood supermarket, Erdmans County Market in...
Last week when I walked into the DCI office I had some mail waiting for me on the counter that had just been delivered. It’s not to uncommon for me to receive mail at the office like magazines, letters to the editor, or other things to that nature. But when I saw an envelope addressed to me with...
Over the years, I’ve come across many interesting situations where I never know what’s going to happen next on the news beat. Such was one of those cases last week at the Steele County Courthouse. As I was making my rounds doing some previously arranged stories, I stumbled onto something that...
I may sound like a stereotypical New Englander, but when I was growing up there was always one thing I could always rely on. Dunkin Donuts. One of the reasons why I knew I could always rely on my favorite coffee shop is because of how many there were. Before I wrote this I did a quick google map...
Unmasking a brain injury hasn't been only thing on Jon Wocelka’s mind over the past five years. He’s also been focused on finding his independence again. Mobility and independence are often taken for granted by most people, but Wocelka found out the hard way that they’re two things that can easily...
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...
I have a secret, readers. I'm a Red Sox fan. Growing up just less than an hour south of Boston meant that I got to attend some games at the beautiful and historic Fenway Park. If you haven’t been there before and you like baseball you should add it to your bucket list of fields to go to. I been to...
Say it ain’t so. That’s the feeling that overcame me Sunday morning as I headed off to church and large snow flurries were covering my vehicle. By the time I came out of church nearly three hours later, the ground was pretty much white. “Wait a minute,” I thought to myself, “It’s only Oct. 14. What...
Last Wednesday was World Mental Health Day a day that is important in some way to almost every single person in the world. While not all people have some type of mental health issue they most likely know someone who does, whether they know it or not. Over the course of last week I also saw many of...

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Steele County Times & DCI

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
507-634-2661
121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

 

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