Monday, January 22, 2018

Dodge County Independent

Wes Asprey (3) had a big night for the KoMets with three receiv- ing touchdowns and an interception return for a touchdown.
The Kasson-Mantorville football team knows a thing or two about adversity. As they came up through the lower levels of the football program, they weren’t seeing a lot of success. With three wins in each of their seventh and eighth grade seasons, the KoMets had to work hard to where they are...
Steve Lawler, a Mower SWCD soil scientist, leads a soil-health study in fall 2016 with Riverland Community College students at Terry and Cindy Hamilton’s farm in Marshall Township, Mower County.
Information is power. Knowledge and experience are the factors that in uence change and determine whether those changes will stand up over time. Farmers all over the country are feverishly building their information bank these days, trying to gure out how to make money in a market offering...
This log house, operated by the Dodge County Historical Society, was built during the Great Depression as part of the Works Projects Administration. The structure, adjoining the Dodge County Fairgrounds in Kasson, is owned by the county.
Don Westfall said it feels good, starting out as Dodge County Historical Society executive director at age 68. “This sort of job does that to you,” he said. “Because when you start a new job like that, it rejuvenates your interest in the whole subject.” Westfall, born and raised in Pensacola...
Vantage of newly re-opened County Road 21 between Kasson and Mantorville. The road was closed for several weeks for a resurfacing project.
Construction is complete on Dodge County Road 21 between Kasson and Mantorville. The road, also known locally as the “dump road,” because it passes the county transfer station and recycling center, opened to the public last week. Work on the estimated $2 million project began in mid-June....
Caroline Braun rises up to tip the ball over the net against Triton.
The Class AA Showcase tournament is one of the biggest events on the high school volleyball calendar. With most of the top teams in the class competing in Burnsville over the weekend, it’s an opportunity to see where teams are at during this point of the season and try to learn and adapt from...
Jack Bratlien (19) makes a leaping interception in the second quarter against P-E-M.
By a simple eye test, the Kasson-Mantorville football team’s win over Byron in their previous game was ugly. In the type of game that was a grind it out slugfest, the KoMets battled and perservered thanks to a late eld goal that helped them escape their rivals with a 19-16 win. Although the...
The Plowville site today. Some 125,000 people attended the original event in September, 1952.
There are many options – but few answers - for using cover crops to maintain farm soil, Bruce Schwartau said. When to add cover crops? What kind to add? What to do with them? And some folks use ... radishes? “That was a surprise to me, to all of a sudden run across a field of radishes, that...
Hannah Brumfield, left, and Amy Buehler show their enthusiasm for the Recovery Walk
If someone has a drug or alcohol problem, Kasson- Mantorville High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions group is there to help. “I’m actually really excited to support the people, because they’re part of our community,” SADD o cer Amy Buehler said. “It’s good to let them know that we...
Sophomore student council members advertise “Beach/ Tourist Day,” scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6, as part of Homecoming Week at K-M. From left to right, Grace Worden, Brody Hegge, Emma Giere, Gwen Dole, and Halley Bulow.
Kasson-Mantorville High School students gathered Friday, Sept. 22 for some pre- Homecoming Week fun in the Minnesota WiFi Performing Arts Center. Student council members dressed up to advertise the big week’s Dress-Up Days: “Millionaire Monday”; “Jersey Day” (Tuesday); “Color Wars”; “Beach-...
K-M quarterback Matt Winkle encourages the visiting student section to get into it after a 67-yard touchdown run.
While the scenery of football in the fall is something that some people can put into poetic justice, even the best teams can nd themselves in a game where things just aren’t going the way they want them to. The Kasson-Mantorville football team learned that lesson last week when they traveled to...

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