October 24th, 2016

Wayne Hauptli, 73, of Glencoe

Wayne Hauptli, 73, of Glencoe, died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at Glencoe Regional Health Services.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, Oct. 27, at 11 a.m., at Riverside Assembly of God Church in Hutchinson, with interment later at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis.
Visitation will be Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel in Glencoe, and will continue one hour prior to the service at the church on Thursday.

October 19th

Budahn joins GRHS medical staff

Kristen Budahn, M.D., has joined the medical staff at Glencoe Regional Health Services (GRHS). A family medicine physician, Dr. Budahn sees patients of all ages for routine illness and injury care, preventive care and chronic condition management. She sees patients in the Glencoe clinic four days a week.
Obstetrics focus

Citizen council not needed

We are all so busy trying to figure who to vote for, or vote against, in the presidential election that we may not be aware of a proposed amendement to the Minnesota Constitution, which also will be on the Nov. 8 ballot.
The proposal would take away the state Legislature’s ability to set the salaries for state senators and representatives, and would instead delegate that task to a 16-member citizen council.

GSL gridders earn 3rd straight win

Spikers split, sectionals beckon

Little Panthers show skills on big field

Pie party wraps up challenge

School project taking shape

Projects going strong in Glencoe

People deserve more than legislative gridlock

To the Editor:
The fact that we had no special legislative session this summer shouldn’t surprise anyone, since it followed two years of inaction by the state Legislature. Obviously, the people now representing us are incapable of getting the job done, so it’s time for them to be replaced.
After two years of wrangling, we were left with no property tax relief, no transportation bill, and no public works or bonding bill, all of which hurt rural Minnesota much more than the metro, and why? Light rail.