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Daughter born to Thoeles

Dan and Jamie Thoele of Arlington announce the birth of their daughter, Maleena Kay, on Aug. 20, 2012, at Glencoe Regional Health Services. Maleena weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 21 inches in length. Her older siblings are Morgan, Maelynn and Macey. Grandparents are Karl and Edith Thoele of Henderson and Steve and Jackie Gildea of Glencoe.

Son born to Kuvaas family

Mike and Laura Kuvaas of Hutchinson announce the birth of their son, Soren Allen, on Sept. 1, 2012, at Glencoe Regional Health Services. Soren weighed 9 pounds and was 21-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Larry and Carol Maiers of Stewart and Allen and Carol Kuvaas of Pelican Rapids.

Carol Elaine Hafner, 78, of Glencoe

Funeral services for Carol Elaine (Schupp) Hafner, 78, of Glencoe, were held Friday, Sept. 7, at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe, the Rev. Ronald Mathison officiating.
Mrs. Hafner died Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, at Glencoe Regional Health Services long-term care facility.
The organist was Dawn Wolter and soloist Kay Wilson sang “In the Garden.” The violinist was Jack Noennig. Congregational hymns were “Lift High the Cross” and “I Know That My Redeemer Lives.”

Kenneth D. Plihal, 74, of Glencoe

Funeral services for Kenneth D. Plihal, 74, of Glencoe and formerly of Hutchinson, were held Saturday, Sept. 8, at Faith Presbyterian Church in Silver Lake. The Rev. Mark Ford officiated.
Mr. Plihal died Monday, Sept. 3, 2012, at Glencoe Regional Health Services long-term care facility.
Urn bearers were Nicholas Plihal, Tyler Plihal and Travis Plihal. Interment was at Presbyterian Cemetery, Silver Lake.

Bernice Gorman, 78, Cross Plains, Wis.

A small private service for family and friends will be held in memory of Bernice “Bernie” Gorman, 78, of Cross Plains, Wis.
Mrs. Gorman died Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012.
Bernice “Bernie” Victorian was born in Round Grove Township, McLeod County, on Jan. 31, 1934, to Oliver and Mary Victorian. She graduated as homecoming queen from Brownton High School in 1953, and later moved to Madison, Wis., where she began a lifelong career as a care giver.
While working at the University of Wisconsin Hospital, she met and married her husband John of 51 years, with whom she raised four children.

Mary S. Burich, 97, of Bloomington

A Mass of Christian Burial for Mary Susan Burich, 97, of Bloomington, formerly of Hutchinson, was held Monday, Sept. 10, at St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Hutchinson. The Rev. Jerry Meidl officiated.
Mrs. Burich died on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012, at Friendship Village of Bloomington.
The altar server was Hayden Knorr. Gift bearers were Laurie Meehan, Haley Knorr, Kendall Faber, Christopher Burich, Brady Knorr and Megan Burich. Eulogists were Todd Burich and James Sheedy.

Dora Rebecca Kingsley, 93, of Jordan

Funeral services for Dora Rebecca Kingsley, 93, of Jordan and formerly of Plato, were held Saturday, Sept. 8, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Plato, the Rev. William Baldwin officiating.
Mrs. Kingsley died Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, at Glencoe Regional Health Services long-term care facility.
The organist was Diane Anderson and the duet of Franklin and Alice Boller sang “Beyond the Sunset.” Congregational hymns were “In the Garden” and “How Great Thou Art.”

Stop MPCA from enforcing archaic law on waste disposal

Using reasoning that defies logic, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) seems hell-bent on resurrecting a decades-old, and long-dormant, state statute on solid waste disposal that now makes little or no sense — unless you are a politician.
The state Legislature needs to repeal this archaic statute soon before the MPCA does any more harm. But it seems that blatant politics is getting in the way of today’s reality.

There's a bigger problem than Obamacare!

There are many things a county, city or state can do for itself. And there are things which need the federal government to handle. Most of us fight to limit what the federal government does, but we also are willing to close ranks and offer a united front when the federal government fails to take its turn at the plate and do what needs to be done.
A case in point: Storage of radioactive waste from nuclear plants. The issue came up: Where would the spent rods be stored?

Chapter appreciates attendance at Glencoe Fly-In in August

To the Editor:
Our chapter wishes to convey a great appreciation to all of those people who chose to honor us with their attendance at our 2012 Fly-In that was held on Saturday, Aug. 25. The weather was far from perfect, but many, many people chose to come out and attend our annual event.
Fortunately, the World War II War Bird aircraft (T6 Texan) was able to come early, before the showers. They provided a thrill with their formation flying as well as their formation take off and departure.