Kasota News

09/17/2018 04:40 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Whata s on your mind? 

Mark Peterson, Amboy: "It's a good distraction at the end of the day. You feed them and they don't complain."

09/07/2018 05:14 PM  ~~~Source~~~
'Project Bike' preps film premiere, includes Kasota stop on art tour 

Kasota artist Mark Hall helps sends off Dana Sikkila, left, and biking partner Kyle Zeisler as the duo closed in on the final miles of their recent 960-mile Project Bike Art tour.

09/07/2018 05:14 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Rabbit Road bid date set for Sept. 17 

County Highway Engineer Dave Tiegs updated commissioners at their Aug. 21 meeting, announcing a bid-letting date for Monday, Sept.

09/07/2018 05:14 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Le Sueur County Profiles: Wildwood Training Stable is home for family of horse lovers 

Guided by grandparents Val and Greg Stoffel, 6-year-old Peyton Lowis gets in the saddle of an Arabian horse at Wildwood Training Stable indoor arena in Kasota.

09/03/2018 09:27 PM  ~~~Source~~~
News, Sports, Jobs 

Authorities say a 21-year-old man has died following a hit-and-run collision between a vehicle and an Amish buggy in southeast Minnesota. KSTP-TV reports the crash happened Friday afternoon near Lanesboro.

09/02/2018 03:30 AM  ~~~Source~~~
NU Toy Show features variety of items 

Enthusiasts of miniature farm implements, trucks, buildings and related equipment plus other collectible items can get their fill this weekend at the 33rd annual New Ulm Toy Show at the New Ulm Civic Center, 1212 N. Franklin St. Besides farm items, collectible items at the show include beer steins, signs including metal collector signs depicting antique muscle cars, even dolls, among other things are for sale. She said it seems everyone wants a model of their grandfather's or their father's tractor, so vendors should have a variety of models to sell.

09/01/2018 12:45 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Environmental, corporate prairie partnership going strong 

Environmentalists and a mining company will be hosting an open house at the Kasota Prairie in Minnesota with the hopes of introducing more people to the nature area. Environmentalists and Unimin management, now Covia Corporation, jostled for years over the stretch of grassland near the silica sand mining company's Kasota plant, The Free Press reported.