Thursday, January 17, 2019

Dodge County Independent

When she arrives to the Youngstown campus next fall, Wilcox will be the first K-M alum to swim for a Division-I program.
As a program, there are plenty of sports that people think of when they think  about Kasson-Mantorville athletics. The KoMets have been successful in multiple sports over the past couple of years, but one sport that doesn’t get thought of much is swimming. With no official program at K-M, the...
A room full of people heard a presentation on Monday night at KM’s Forum Room about sexual exploitation and sex trafficking.
It’s no secret that the amount of time youth spend on their electronic devices has increased over the years. With no signs of slowing down the knowledge of social media for parents and other adults responsible for children is more important than ever. That’s why on Monday night a room full of...
The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood doners to give now to ensure blood is available for medical treatments and emergencies during the holiday season. Blood and platelet donations often decline during the holidays. Regular donors are busy with holiday activities, and travel and...
KPD Officer Gary Scofield will be retiring at the end of the year.
  Decades ago Kasson Police Officer Gary Scofield began his career in law enforcement. In a few weeks his career will be coming to an end after the city council accepted his retirement effective at the end of December. For Scofield his career in law enforcement was very diverse as he held a number...
For the past few years Glen and Tammy Nevala have spread Christmas spirit in Kasson with their Christmas Light Show.
For many years Glen and Tammy Nevala have decorated their homes with lights for holidays like Halloween and Christmas. A few years ago however, they decided to take it a step further by creating an entire show for people in the community. Since then they have had hundreds and thousands of people...
When Josh Tetzlaff was getting his undergraduate degree in Business Administration -Economics, from South Dakota University, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to do after college.   “Getting into city government was an accident,” he said.   During a shift at his part time job, he saw a newspaper...
The City of Dodge Center approved a contract last night which will make Josh Tetzlaff there new City Administrator pending his signature and acceptance of the contract.   Tetzlaff  is currently pursuing Master’s of Public Administration at UND, currently serving as senior planner for City of...
The annual Kasson Area Carend Share Auction and Fundraiser was once again this year, taking place last week. During the annual fundraiser over $26,000 in proceeds were raised. Mark Matuska, one of the co chairs for the event this year, said that he is once again pleased with the support that came...
The FCCLA Fall Meeting took place at KM High School recently.
The theme for the 2018 Souteast Areea  Fall Meeting was “Row Your Way to Success.” The FCCLA Fall Meeting was held on Oct. 24th, at the Kasson Mantorville High School in Kasson. The area meeting was planned by the four area officers: Emilee Terry from Kasson Mantor- ville; Minnesota State Peer Ed....
The Triton FFA helped donate 1144 pounds of food to the Dodge County Food Shelf recently through their community service project.
For many years the Triton FFA has helped the local com- munity through purchasing food for the Dodge County Food Shelf. That was the case again this year as the group was able to purchase 1,144 pounds of food from Sunshine Foods recently. Every year the FFA Chapter uses $1,000 from funds raised...

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