Friday, January 27, 2023

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Ask a Trooper Sgt. Christianson Minnesota State Patrol
Question: My truck was backed into yesterday and the mirror on the driver’s side broke off. It is dangling by the wire now. Will I be legal to drive if I remove it or do I try to tape it back into position until it can be fixed? Answer: If your vehicle has one on the windshield or even another one...
Court newsDodge County The following cases were heard in Dodge County District Court the week of Jan. 15 with Judge Jodi L. Williamson presiding: Falconer R. Bellefy, 27, Owatonna, previously appeared and was convicted of felony theft and possession of marijuana. Bellefy was sentenced to $1,155, 15...
BAPTIST Anchor of Hope Church203 E. Main St., Dodge CenterA Seventh Day BaptistCongregationanchorofhopesdb.com10 a.m. Saturday,Worship Service11:30 a.m. Sabbath Schooldodgecentersdb.org• 374-6755 First Baptist Church304 4th St. NW, KassonSunday, Jan. 299:30 a.m. Sunday School10:30 a.m. Morning...
10 years ago January 30, 2013 Randy Carlsen, Publisher K-M graduate is White House Sentry President Barack Obama leaves the north exit of the White House on his way to his second inauguration with a Marine standing at attention to his right. That Marine was Cpl. Adam Bernards, a 2009 K-M graduate....
File Photo Lyle Bohlman digs yet another grave at Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Owatonna in June 2020. His almost 59-year reign of gravedigging has come to an end as he officially retires and hands off the shovel to his grandson, Brandon Bohlman.
Not many people can say they have been digging their way with shovel in hand toward retirement for almost 60 continuous years. Unless you’re Lyle Bohlman of Owatonna. Bohlman has been pitching dirt and digging graves for the past 58 ½ years at area cemeteries throughout Dodge and Steele counties....
As construction on the Preston Veterans Home continues toward a spring completion, officials from the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) met with community advocates on January 10 to provide an update and introduce administrator Dave Dunn, who joined MDVA November 9, 2022. “I am...
Submitted Photos Artwork on display at the Kasson Public Library.
The Mantorville Art Guild, which has been closed in January, will be reopening just in time for Valentine’s Day. The gallery will reopen on January 26 with a Valentine’s Day Gallery Reopening and Reception planned for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both Saturday, February 4, and Sunday, February 5. Stop by...
Photo by Dawn Hallstrom K-M’s Carson Briggs showing good defense vs. Goodhue.
It was rough going for the Byron basketball team last week. On Tuesday, January 17, the Bears lost to Lake City, 63-58. Thursday’s action saw the Goodhue Wildcats outlast the Byron boys, 62-51. Lake City Game: Byron Scoring: Ryan Boyken, 6 points, (2) 3-pointers; Will Brian, 8 points; Dom Cartney,...
FARIBAULT — Dodge County took a big stride toward earning home-ice advantage for next month’s Section 1A boys hockey quarterfinals. With the top three teams, Northfield, New Prague and Albert Lea, all but locked in, the Wildcats and the Faribault Falcons appeared to be the top teams in line for the...
Photo by Johnnie Phillips A Blooming Prairie player tries to block a Triton shot in last week’s Cobra-Awesome Blossom’s game. Triton came out on top with a 44-39 victory.
Local girls’ basketball teams chalked up a winning week as Hayfield won all three of their games, Byron and Triton each won their two games and Kasson-Mantorville split with one win and one loss. Byron girls win the week Byron girls were sharp on the court last week. On Tuesday, January 17, the...

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