Friday, February 28, 2020

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From August 2018 to October 2019, Braxton Raymond battled for his life after being diagnosed with brain cancer. Despite the grim prognosis, Kelly Raymond, Braxton’s father, said, “He never stopped fighting, worked out daily and continued to love life, food, friends, family and basketball.” While it...
The excitement was building at Triton Elementary School on the last day before the Christmas break. The kindergarten youngsters performed a concert of holiday songs in the Performing Arts Center and afterwards adjourned to the school cafeteria where they made gingerbread houses. There were special...
One student from each second grade classroom was selected to ride with Principal Mary Morem to Kasson to deliver the food to the Food Shelf. Getting ready to load the food were, left to right, Ronan Floen, Kimberly Becerril-Ortiz, Principal Mary Morem, Mackenzie Milner and Connor Schleusner.
Second graders at Triton Elementary School spent much of December collecting food items for the Food Shelf in Kasson as part of a Giving Tree unit in their social studies classes. The students were studying economics and giving as part of the revamped social studies curriculum, said teacher Sarah...
Again in 2019 the Dodge County Relay for Life organization ranked among the leaders in the amount of money raised for the American Cancer Society. This is the fourth year the local group has been in the top 10 nationwide. The local organization was ranked No. 3 nationally in the 20,000 to 24,000-...
One year ago, several schools in the state of Minnesota started a movement to have boys volleyball sanctioned as a sport in the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL). As with many sports in their infancy, last year served as a test run for the 23 schools that took part in it and as the season...
It didn’t looked good for the Dodge County boys’ hockey team as they trailed New Richmond 1-3 after the first period, but thanks to seven goals in the last two periods they secured a 8-5 win on Thursday, Dec. 26.             Even though the first period was the Wildcats’ worst in terms of number of...
With 42 teams participating in this year’s Minnesota Christmas Tournament, there was plenty of competition for the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team, but the crème rose to the top as the KoMets earned fifth place. In addition to the team’s fifth place finish, four Kasson-Mantorville wrestlers...
With 13:29 left in the game, the Kasson-Mantorville girls’ basketball team led Stewartville 48-29, but what looked like a blowout became a much closer contest when the Tigers went on a 22-7 run over the next six minutes to climb within four points. However, the KoMets responded with five straight...
This wasn’t the way they drew it up, but the Kasson-Mantorville football team seemingly hasn’t missed a beat despite two team members suddenly taking over two of the most important positions on their team.              With Head Coach Broc Threinen placed on administrative leave and quarterback...
Throughout his life Nate Bailey, of Dodge Center, has ran long distances. Soon though, Bailey will have his longest race and run of his life, as he gets set to run in a 200-mile race this weekend in Illinois. Aside from doing something that not many people can say they have done, Bailey will also...

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