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November 25th

Lila Faye Kucera, 81, of Brownton

Lila Faye Kucera, 81, of Brownton, died Monday, Nov. 16, 2015, at Hutchinson Health Hospital in Hutchinson.
 
Memorial services were held Monday, Nov. 23, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Brownton with the Rev. R. Allan Reed officiating. Dawn Wolter was the organist. Congregational hymns were “Amazing Grace,” “How Great Thou Art” and “Jesus Christ is Risen Today.”

Hilary Herman Hoof, 86, of NYA

Hilary Herman Hoof, 86, of Norwood Young America, died Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
 
Funeral services were held Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, at Friedens United Church of Christ (County Line) in rural Norwood Young America. The Rev. Joseph Clay officiated. Sandy Kroells was the organist. Congregational hymns were “How Great Thou Art,” “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and “Amazing Grace.”
 

Willmar Harbarth, 82, of Hutchinson

Willmar G. Harbarth, 82, of Hutchinson, died peacefully with his family at his side on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, at Harmony River Living Center in Hutchinson.
 
The funeral service was held Wednesday, Nov. 25, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Hutchinson with the Rev. Kevin Oster officiating. Burial was in the High Island Cemetery in New Auburn.
 

June Rose Braunworth, 67, of Plato

June Rose (Johnson) Braunworth, 67, of Plato, died Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, at Marie Steiner Kelting Hospice Home in Chaska.
 

Elmer Becker, 89, of Winthrop

Elmer Becker, 89, of Winthrop, died Monday, Nov. 16, 2015, at the Winthrop Good Samaritan Society in Winthrop.
 
Funeral services were held Monday, Nov. 30, at Grace Lutheran Church in Brownton with the Rev. Andrew Hermodson-Olsen officiating. Marsha Kruse was the organist. Congregational hymns were “How Great Thou Art,” “Beautiful Savior,” “Children of the Heavenly Father”and “Softly and Tenderly.”
 

Same old story: more need than money

The good news is that state and federal officials, coming out of a recessive economy, are starting to focus on the ever-growing needs of aging and insufficient infrastructure across our nation.
The bad news is that the state and federal officials still don’t know where they are going to scrape up the money to fix all our needs.

State bonding sought for local projects

By State Sen. Scott Newman
R-Hutchinson
Over the last several days, the Capital Investment Committee and members have traveled across Southwest Minnesota to view potential project sites and hear various project presentations. This stretch of the bonding tour was be very similar to the previous three.

Glencoe blood drive collected 141 units Nov. 18

To the Editor:
Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of the donors who took time out of their day on Wednesday, Nov. 18, to donate at the Glencoe Community Blood Drive.

Thanks for appreciating military veterans

To the Editor:
As a vet, I want to thank America for becoming more aware and appreciative of the service its veterans have given to it.
This has not always been the case, as many of the older vets can tell you. Finally, we can be openly proud of serving our country, and it is a good feeling.
Thank you for allowing us to openly show our pride and not be criticized for doing so. Thank you for your recognition.

Senators hear pitches on Morningside, Hwy. 212

The Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee heard pitches for both the completion of Morningside in Glencoe and improvements to Highway 212 at a bonding tour stop in Hutchinson Thursday.
Chairman of the committee, Sen. LeRoy Stumpf, said there is a new focus on the importance of infrastructure in the state.
Unfortunately, Stumpf said, there isn’t enough money to fund all the requests coming to the committee. There has been $3.5 billion in requests so far, three times as much as the money that has been budgeted for bonding.