Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School third-graders gather for a photo. The students, members of Jody Vossen’s class, prepared for Thanksgiving by indicating what they’re thankful for. They include: front, Delia Alberts. Back, from left, Grace Roethler, Beau Orser, Giovanni Carney, Jossalyn Burkhart, Floyd Ranvek and Dylan Meyer.
Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School fourth-graders participated this month in a pre-Thanksgiving “Grateful Challenge.”
Safety Parker Westphal (12) sprawls out in attempts to take down a Brainerd player carrying the ball, as linebacker Cole Rocha comes from behind. The Huskies won the semifinal game 56-28 over Brainerd to advance to the State 5A Championship game.
An April 19 birthday is not the only thing Owatonna senior quarterback Abe Havelka and Twins catcher Joe Mauer share after Havelka tossed seven touchdowns in Owatonna’s 56-28 victory over Brainerd (9-3) in the Class 5A
Pastor Heidi Heimgartner on Nov. 15 began her new role as senior pastor of First Lutheran Church of Blooming Prairie. She is shown with a new stole given to her by the congregation.
The Rev. Heidi Heimgartner, associate pastor at First Lutheran Church of Blooming Prairie for the past 16 years, has a new calling.
Kasson-Mantorville volleyball players huddle up while the Academy of Holy Angels celebrates their victory behind them. The KoMets fell in the fifth set by a score of 15-13 which knocked them out of the championship bracket of the Class AA State Tournament.
One of the phrases that Kasson-Mantorville volleyball coach Adam VanOort reiterates throughout every season is that volleyball is an u
Ariel bargains with Ursula (Gabby Thomas), the evil sea witch, to trade Ariel’s mermaid tail for human legs in order to join Prince Eric.
Kasson-Mantorville High School hosted its final performance of “The Little Mermaid” on Sunday before a large crowd gathered in the Minnesota WiFi Performing Arts Center.
Rory Ginder is pictured with money she plans to donate to the Triton schools. The 6-year-old decided to help the schools after an operational levy measure failed Nov. 7.
Triton schools officials say the district may have to make difficult cuts since voters denied an increase in the 2018 operational levy
Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School third-graders gather for a photo. The students, members of Jody Vossen’s class, prepared for Thanksgiving by indicating what they’re thankful for. They include: front, Delia Alberts. Back, from left, Grace Roethler, Beau Orser, Giovanni Carney, Jossalyn Burkhart, Floyd Ranvek and Dylan Meyer.
Safety Parker Westphal (12) sprawls out in attempts to take down a Brainerd player carrying the ball, as linebacker Cole Rocha comes from behind. The Huskies won the semifinal game 56-28 over Brainerd to advance to the State 5A Championship game.
Pastor Heidi Heimgartner on Nov. 15 began her new role as senior pastor of First Lutheran Church of Blooming Prairie. She is shown with a new stole given to her by the congregation.
Kasson-Mantorville volleyball players huddle up while the Academy of Holy Angels celebrates their victory behind them. The KoMets fell in the fifth set by a score of 15-13 which knocked them out of the championship bracket of the Class AA State Tournament.
Ariel bargains with Ursula (Gabby Thomas), the evil sea witch, to trade Ariel’s mermaid tail for human legs in order to join Prince Eric.
Rory Ginder is pictured with money she plans to donate to the Triton schools. The 6-year-old decided to help the schools after an operational levy measure failed Nov. 7.
Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School third-graders gather for a photo. The students, members of Jody Vossen’s class, prepared for Thanksgiving by indicating what they’re thankful for. They include: front, Delia Alberts. Back, from left, Grace Roethler, Beau Orser, Giovanni Carney, Jossalyn Burkhart, Floyd Ranvek and Dylan Meyer.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 6:50pm
Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School fourth-graders participated this month in a pre-Thanksgiving “Grateful Challenge.” A paper chain link indicated what they’re grateful for as the big day rolls around. Mom. My Daddy. Hugs. Books. “I’m...
Safety Parker Westphal (12) sprawls out in attempts to take down a Brainerd player carrying the ball, as linebacker Cole Rocha comes from behind. The Huskies won the semifinal game 56-28 over Brainerd to advance to the State 5A Championship game.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 6:30pm
An April 19 birthday is not the only thing Owatonna senior quarterback Abe Havelka and Twins catcher Joe Mauer share after Havelka tossed seven touchdowns in Owatonna’s 56-28 victory over Brainerd (9-3) in the Class 5A State Semifinals at...
Pastor Heidi Heimgartner on Nov. 15 began her new role as senior pastor of First Lutheran Church of Blooming Prairie. She is shown with a new stole given to her by the congregation.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 6:28pm
The Rev. Heidi Heimgartner, associate pastor at First Lutheran Church of Blooming Prairie for the past 16 years, has a new calling. She officially began her duties on Wednesday, Nov. 15, as the new senior pastor at First Lutheran Church of...
Kasson-Mantorville volleyball players huddle up while the Academy of Holy Angels celebrates their victory behind them. The KoMets fell in the fifth set by a score of 15-13 which knocked them out of the championship bracket of the Class AA State Tournament.
Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 12:37pm
One of the phrases that Kasson-Mantorville volleyball coach Adam VanOort reiterates throughout every season is that volleyball is an uneven sport. In every match, there are multiple ups and downs that a team has to get through to get to...

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