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In 1924 Ford Motor Company manufactured its 10 millionth automobile, J. Edgar Hoover became leader of the FBI, the Little Orphan Annie comic strip was first published and Robert Frost received the … more
The annual Father's Day fly in breakfast was held at the Dodge Center airport on Sunday. Some of the proceeds are donated to the Disabled American Veterans organization. The Mayo Southeast DAV … more
An experiment with a small-scale food forest in Claremont has been launched along the walking trail on the south side of the rail road tracks in Claremont. Ethan Reed, a city resident has planted … more
Ellie Sauder was awarded first place in the Minnesota FFA agricultural educator proficiency award this spring at the state convention. Her supervised agricultural experience project was creating a … more
Paula Trenda was hired as the new West Concord City Administrator last month. Paula grew up just west of Dubuque, Iowa and started college planning on being a nurse. She ended up with a BA in … more
The first week of summer also marked the first time Triton had a "Tri-it" Camp. It was a 3-day camp open for all girls in grades K-6. It was an opportunity for the girls to learn about and try sports … more
Section 1A is the place to be for track and field in the state of Minnesota, and the Cobras made a statement by qualifying for the section meet in 20 events. In a loaded field, Triton fared well, … more
In 2010, my wife and I went to St. Paul to the Fitzgerald Theater to watch a radio program. Being an old radio guy, that phrase ‘watching a radio program’ seems to be a contradiction to the norm. … more
TRITON HIGH SCHOOL "A" HONOR ROLL - SEMESTER 2 3.667 - 4.000 GRADE 9 Baumgartner, Jaiden Cummings, Riley Essig, Reagan Flores, Carli Horejsi, Neven Iverson, Harper Koss, … more
Join us for Book Group at the West Concord Library Wednesday, July 31 from 4-5pm Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons by Lorna Landvik Minnesota Author The women of Freesia Court are … more
Results from the Quadricentennial Dairy Show Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of the Dairy Cow Arriving to the Plymouth Colony Twenty-five FFA members from around the state of Minesota … more
Despite the old songs you may think of when you read today's title, what else do you think of? My first thought is tires! Tires? you ask.... Yes, the ones on your car, truck, trailer and heavy … more
The Dennison Lions Club are excited to host Dennison Days coming up June 21 & 22. Yes, it is earlier this year. Because of so many summer events and festivals in the area, the decision was made … more
On Saturday, March 2nd, Benjamin Perry participated in the MMTA State Piano Contest held at the University of Minnesota. Students first compete at the local level and the winners selected then … more
Matt Hanson, who grew up in West Concord and graduated from Triton won the fifth race in the Iron Man Pro Series at the 2024 Qatar Airways triathlon in Chattanooga, Tennessee last month. Hanson, who … more
If "Ace is the Place With the Helpful Hardware Man", then what is Hardware Hank? The official slogan is, "We've got a lot more going for you at Hardware Hank" , but Chris likes his Mom's version … more
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. On May … more
One of our current projects at the Dodge County Historical Society is collecting history of the Claremont area. We’re interested in the city’s history as well as what happened in the townships … more
Memorial Park is taking orders for memorial pavers as an ongoing fundraiser for the pool/park. Cost is $100. They are a great way to honor a loved one that is no longer with us. If you would like to … more
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