Monday, December 16, 2019

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After starting off their season with a close win over Randolph, the Hayfield boys’ basketball team made sure their game against New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) wasn’t quite as close as they cruised to a 76-45 win on Friday, Dec. 6.             While sometimes in blowouts the first...
While it was the Byron wrestling team’s first meet of the season, it didn’t look like it as the Bears stormed back from an early deficit to defeat Cannon Falls 43-27 on Thursday, Dec. 5.             Head Coach Ryan Radke said his team was able to get the win because the Bears played up to their...
By all accounts the Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team had a successful tournament in Andover as the team won first place and three individuals won first place too. In the first round, Luke Swanson at 106 and Dominic Mann at 113 both won by fall to advance to the semifinals. Joey Kennedy won 9-4 at...
Let’s hope the crowd at last Friday’s Dodge County girls’ hockey game brought plenty of hats because two Wildcats earned hat tricks to lead Dodge County to a 7-0 win over Moose Lake Area.             Nevaeh Trihey got the scoring started with an even strength goal in the first period. Halle...
For Tessa Stites, releasing her debut single “M.O.” was the culmination of years of hard work but also the beginning of what she hopes is a career in music. Part of the reason she’s been able to release her own music while still in school is because she’s spent years learning her craft. “I’ve loved...
Sometimes the best advice comes from unlikely sources and that was the case on Wednesday, Dec. 4, when Viktor the Viking, the Minnesota Vikings’ mascot, came to Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School (KMES) to spread his anti-bullying campaign. First, Viktor with the help of a Vikings’ cheerleader...
Kendra Petersohn and Jay Yankowiak, seniors at Triton High School, have been named recipients of the 2019-2020 AAA Award at the school.
Two Triton High School seniors have been named recipients of this year’s Triple A Award. The Triton AAA Selection Committee named Kendra Petersohn and Jay Yankowiak as the 2019-2020 AAA Award winners. Petersohn is the daughter of Tracy and Michelle Petersohn. She has a 4.0 GPA and has participated...
Rick Bussler, owner and publisher of the Dodge County Independent (DCI) has named a native Minnesotan to head up the operations. Keith Hansen assumed the duties of associate publisher on Dec. 2. “Hansen’s first and main priority will be to stabilize sales and find ways to generate more revenue for...
Even though the Awesome Blossoms were playing in their first state championship, they were facing a familiar foe after playing the BOLD Warriors in last year’s state semi-final.             However, after losing by 30 points last year, this time it was Blooming Prairie who steamrolled BOLD 41-15 to...
After an up and down first four games, the Dodge Couty girls’ hockey team got back on track by beating Hastings 6-1 on Saturday, Nov. 23.             Dodge County got the scoring started when Malia Schubert’s shot zoomed past the Hastings goalkeeper Alexis Steinke. She was assisted by Katelyn...

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