Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Triton school board members got a first-hand look at the heart rate monitors used in middle school physical education classes last week. Physical Education teacher Shane Van Beck passed out the monitors to each school board member and had board members wear them during his presentation,...
Officers from numerous police agencies may have had a surprised look on their faces Sunday afternoon after they apprehended the driver of a stolen cement mixer that eluded them for more than an hour.  After the truck finally came to a stop in a cul-de-sac in the southeast area of Dodge Center, a...
Shane VanBeek (center) oversaw a Triton wrestling program that sent multiple wrestlers to state.
There will be two new faces on the sidelines of winter sports next school year as a pair of coaches have resigned from their positions. Kelly Raymond stepped down as the boys basketball coach after three seasons on the job. During his time, he helped lead the KoMets from a 4-22 record in 2012-13 to...
The Triton Elementary School gym was a sea of posters filled with questions and conclusions about scientific questions last Thursday as the fourth and fifth grade students presented the results of their science projects. In the morning volunteer judges from throughout the community met with each...
West Concord’s City Council last week officially accepted the resignation of City Administrator Kay Hanson. Council members also received the 2015 auditor’s report that showed that the Municipal Liquor Store again finished the year with negative numbers. Mayor Jeffrey McCool also told council...
A wild police chase involving a stolen cement truck ended without any injuries Sunday afternoon in Dodge Center. Deputies took an unidentified boy into custody after the hour-long chase through residential streets in Dodge Center and county roads between Dodge Center and Kasson.  Sheriff Scott Rose...
   Overall, the massive construction project that the Kasson-Mantorville School District took on is right on time and remains under budget.  “We have nearly $600,000 still in our contingency. We still might find some HVAC issues or electrical issues when we demo the media center and music rooms,...
   Police in Kasson continue to investigate a report of an attempted abduction in the northeast part of town involving a 10-year-old girl on her way home from school.  The alleged incident took place March 10 around 3:50 p.m. east of K-M Schools near the bicycle paths along 16th Street. There was a...
Members of the Triton High School choirs took part in the Solo and Ensemble contest at Riverland Community College in Austin last week. Thirteen vocal events received a superior rating, which means they scored at least 35 points or higher out of a possible 40 points, said Choir Director Craig...
A discussion on how to get Claremont residents to clean-up their properties and the city led to a decision to let the Public Health and Safety Committee head up the effort. Public Works Committee members Marie Lindblom and Dean Gray brought the subject up with Gray saying they wanted to know “how...

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