Saturday, May 30, 2020

Dodge County Independent

After receiving his Hayfield Citizen of the Year plaque from the Hayfield Chamber of Commerce, Vince Reynolds shares in the moment with members of his family, wife, Andrea, sons Patrick and Jacob and daughter Elizabeth.
Vince Reynolds didn’t think there was anything particularly unusual about his family suggesting that they have a family dinner out Saturday night at the Hayfield American Legion. That is, until he walked into the Legion hall and saw his sister and brother-in-law and a group of other Hayfield...
As students enter the final years of high school, they’re tasked with the challenge of figuring out what they want to do after high school and now they’ll be someone there to help them make that choice. Jami Schwickerath will work for Kasson-Mantorville, Triton, Byron, and Stewartville High School...
The epic snowstorm of the 2020 Triton Wolf Ridge trip conveniently held off until we had safely ar- rived on the Ridge on dry roads. A beautiful 15 inch- es of snow fell from Friday night through Saturday, adding to the adventure. The Cobras quickly discovered that 48 inches of snow on the ground...
The Kasson School Board honored its stu- dents of the month, heard from student school board representatives, and discussed the World’s Best Workforce Report during its monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 27. Teaching and Learn- ing Director Kelly Braun presented on how Kas- son-Mantorville school...
The Dodge County Independent is undergoing major changes in the leadership of the newspaper. Owner Rick Bussler has re- linquished his publisher duties to Keith Hansen, who joined the DCI in December as associate publish- er. In his expanded role as publisher, Hansen will be responsible for the...
It’s difficult for any school district to get its elementary, middle school, and high school students working together towards a common goal, but the Kasson-Mantorville school district has done just that through its KoMets versus Cancer series. Michele Lindquist, advisor of the K-M Family, Career...
After a loss to Lake City earlier last week, the Kasson-Mantorville girls’ basketball team rebounded, literally and metaphorically, by beating Albert Lea 66-37 on Thursday, Jan 16.             The KoMets jumped out to an early 48-16 lead by half time.  “K-M used a combination of good full court...
             After beating Triton 55-21 two weeks ago, the Byron wrestling team made it back-to-back wins when they beat Pine Island 54-21 on Thursday, Jan. 16, but they couldn’t make it three in a row as they ran into a buzzsaw, the Kasson-Mantorville KoMets, and lost 23-54 in the second dual of...
The Dodge County girls’ hockey team ended her three-game losing streak by beating Northfield 3-2, but their next opponent Warroad, second-ranked team in Class 1A, was just too good as they beat the Wildcats 5-0 on Saturday, Jan. 18.             The Wildcats’ game against the Northfield Raiders didn...
A college basketball game between Iowa State (ISU) and Kansas State (KSU) usually isn’t a big deal in southeastern Minnesota, but it is this year because former KoMet Kristin Scott plays for the Cyclones and former Byron Bear Ayoka Lee plays for the Wildcats.             Since Lee is a redshirt...

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Steele County Times & DCI

Steele County Times
507-583-4431
411 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 247
Blooming Prairie, MN 55917

Dodge County Independent
507-634-7503
121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

Dodge County Printing
507-634-2661
121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

 

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