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November 11th

Cross County season ends at state meet

GSL presentation of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ opens Friday

House speaker, Senate minority leader visit

GSL FFA visits fifth graders

Winter sports season coming up soon

One last game for foursome

‘Green Lighting’ veterans a new, great concept

Veterans Day was celebrated this week. Although only federal, state and some county offices are closed on Nov. 11, we feel it is a day that should have the same status as Memorial Day or the Fourth of July. After all, our country should not be the great nation it is without the sacrifices made by our military veterans.
Unfortunately, that status has not been awarded to our veterans. In fact, although government employees — whether they have served in the Armed Forces nor not — have the day off, not many of our veterans do.

A quick course on Open Meeting Law

A Glencoe City Council member stopped by Friday to ask us to check into whether a  morning meeting between county and city officials had violated the Minnesota Open Meeting Law.
Unfortunately, I was gone for the afternoon, but the short answer is: no, it did not violate the law.
In essence, the Open Meeting Law states that any government meeting of a body that has a quorum of its members must be open to the public. That includes not only boards and councils, but committees and subcommittees of those boards and councils.

Planned Parenthood selling fetus parts to bidders

To the Editor:
For many people, parenthood is not planned. It just happens.
For many it is a blessing. For some, it is an unfortunate mistake. What do you do? Accept it and do what is right for the child? Or decide to end the pregnancy? How do you do that? Where do you go?

Auxiliary appreciates service of U.S. veterans

To the Editor:
The members of the Silver lake American Legion Auxiliary Unit 141 would like to express our sincere appreciation for the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.
Thank you for serving this great country. Thank you for protecting us. Thank you for the security we have and feel here at home. We know you sacrificed much for your country and all of us. And though you may no longer wear the uniform, we know you’re always on call to serve and protect the freedom and security of the United States of America.