Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Hunter Jennings (right) is greeted by Nick Roussopolos after a touchdown run against Winona Cotter on October 24.
Back in summer camp, Kasson-Mantorville Matt Winkle had his eyes set on the upcoming season. With an electric sophomore season in the rear view mirror, the upcoming junior season for Winkle needed to be a step forward to help the KoMets reach the state tournament. With that in mind, he looked back...
“We all want the Stone Water Tower. We need to have an agreement that we can abide by, and not have to worry about it for another 20 years. Let’s move on and get this put to bed.” Chris McKern Kasson Mayor
The City of Kasson will continue an agreement regarding the Old Stone Water Tower through the end of the year while working with the Dodge County Historical Society to determine the best option for the future of the iconic 1895 structure. The agreement between the entities as to which is...
Kasson-Mantorville center defenseman Lexie Worden came up on a corner kick to score a big goal, but it wasn’t enough to topple Rochester Lourdes.
With any season that comes to an end, there happens to be a lot of immediate reflection to digest what happened during the course of the year. Sometimes, that process can start as soon as the final whistle is blown to think how much a team has grown or what they could have done to keep their season...
KM/Triton runner Courtney West won her second consecutive HVL championship in the girls race.
The Kasson-Mantorville/Triton cross country team is a group that puts in plenty of time in order to hone their craft. In a sport where the goal is to run a 5k as fast as possible, a strong work ethic is required in order to see the success that the team has had throughout the past two months. All...
 Members of “Team Biohazard” include, front row, from left, Anders Herfindahl-Quint and Carter Bebee. Back, Ethan Barnum, Jack Nelson, Jack Kujath and Adam Jennissen. Not pictured: Zach Alexander. The Kasson-Mantorville Middle School students set school records in Knowledge Bowl competition on Oct. 10.
Watch out for Team Biohazard. They’re seven men. On a mission. To set records. The Kasson-Mantorville Middle School eighth-graders did just that on Oct. 10 in Knowledge Bowl competition at the Southeast Minnesota Cooperative in Rochester. Team Biohazard scored a K-M Middle School Knowledge Bowl...
Residents, business owners and other community members can provide their thoughts, opinions, and ideas about the City of Kasson’s Comprehensive Plan at a community workshop to be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1 in the commons at Kasson-Mantorville High School.
The City of Kasson is updating its Comprehensive Plan, which will help set the stage for the City’s future development, growth and public infrastructure investment.     Residents, business owners and other community members can provide their thoughts, opinions, and ideas about the plan at a...
Defenseman Nataile Loy shields the ball from a Winona defender.
The Kasson-Mantorville girls soccer team went into their section seeding meeting a couple weeks ago thinking that they would get a pretty good draw for the upcoming tournament. The KoMets had played a tough schedule and had been playing some of their best soccer of the season leading up to the...
Matt Winkle rolls out of the pocket to look downfield against Pine Island on October 13.
The Kasson-Mantorville football team has had a tremendous season to date as they won their first six games of the season dating back to last Friday’s tilt against Pine Island. As they took the turf at KMTelecom Stadium, they had an opportunity to clinch their first division championship since 2013...
The 1895 Old Stone Water Tower. The City of Kasson will revisit a 20-year agreement with the Dodge County Historical Society regarding the structure.
Kasson’s City Council on Oct. 11 postponed discussion on the future of a joint agreement regarding the 1895 Old Stone Water Tower until the Wednesday, Oct. 25 meeting. An agreement between the City and the Dodge County Historical Society was signed when the iconic tower was restored in 1997. It...
K-M Middle School fifth graders Charlie Converse, left, and Logan Davidson add tags to popcorn packets at Just Like Home Child Care in Kasson on Tuesday. The youngsters, part of the school’s community service day crew, assisted Kasson-Mantorville Area Care and Share, a company which helps benefit area families in need.
Kasson-Mantorville Middle School students were out and about Tuesday, helping out with various community service projects during an advisory community service day. They were seen raking at the Dodge County Courthouse Annex in Mantorville, and packaging items for people in need at Just Like Home...

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