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January 28th

One-act play performance Thursday

Anderson breaks boys' scoring record

Hawaiian Invitational

Wrestlers drop pair at Mound Triangular

The Glencoe-Silver Lake wrestling team endured a rough night with lessons learned while competing at Mound Westonka on Thursday, Jan. 22. 
The Panthers knew that they had a good chance at a split in their triangular meet against both the host White Hawks and Willmar, but came home disappointed and empty handed.
While GSL took a predictable 66-10 thumping from Willmar, the No. 3 ranked team in Class AAA, it was the 35-34 loss to Mound Westonka that really hurt. 

Panther girls cagers keep winning

An impressive mid-season winning streak continued for the Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ basketball team last week. The final record shows that the Panthers eked out a 32-30 victory at Mound Westonka on Friday, Jan. 23. 
However, there was initially some confusion regarding the outcome, which led to some false condolences being conveyed to coach Zach Otto-Fisher.

Anderson reflects upon breaking team scoring record

Friday night was set up to be a big one for Glencoe-Silver Lake’s Keaton Anderson, and it sure was. 
Anderson, a guard for the Panthers boys’ basketball team, entered that evening’s Wright County Conference West battle against Mound Westonka needing just seven points to etch his name into the record book as the team’s all-time leading scorer.

Panther boys hoops go 3-for-3

It was easily the biggest week of the season so far for the Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ basketball team. 
The Panthers, coming off a narrow overtime loss at Annandale on Friday, Jan. 16, returned home for a three-game stretch rife with implications for the remainder of their season and claimed three victories.
Then there was the topic of Keaton Anderson’s historic achievement.

January 23rd

Carver County deputy airlifted from crash

A Carver County sheriff’s deputy was seriously injured in a two-car crash Thursday shortly after 9 p.m., had to be extricated from his squad, and was airlifted to a medical facility.

Deputy Erick Boder, a 10-year veteran, was patrolling in Carver and traveling northbound on CSAH 11, just south of Fourth Street, when a southbound vehicle driven by Jason Horowitz, 46, of Carver, crossed the center line and collided head on with the squad car.

More about the accident will be published in the Jan. 28 print edition of The Chronicle.

Brownton City Council to discuss RS Fiber at special meeting

The Brownton City Council has set a special meeting for Monday, Jan. 26, at 6 p.m., to discuss the RS Fiber project.

Mark Erickson, currently on a one-year leave of absence as the Winthrop city administrator to focus on the fiber project, will be present to share information with the Council and to answer questions its members may have.

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