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Archive - Aug 2, 2017


Plato rested and ready for Region 7C tourney

Buffalo Creek sets records during events

Brownton marches on to regions

Glencoe native, wife win award for uniquely designed necklace

Mission trip youths help others, grow themselves

Bringing awareness to suicide

3 injured in 3-vehicle crash on Highway 212

Three people were treated for non-life-threatening injuries following a three-vehicle accident on Highway 212 near Major Avenue Monday. The accident was reported at 5:09 p.m.

2 adults, 5 children hurt in single-vehicle accident

Two adults were taken by air ambulance to Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis and five children were taken to Hutchinson Health Hospital for treatment of minor injuries following a one-vehicle rollover west of Hutchinson Sunday.
According to the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office, the accident was reported at 7:02 p.m. and occurred just east of Zane Avenue on 870th Street.

Diehn, Lynaugh organize Emotions in Motion walk

lington and Terri Lynaugh of Hutchinson are partnering with Minnesota-based nonprofit organization Suicide Awareness Voices Education (SAVE) to put on an Emotions in Motion Walk for Life event on Sunday, Sept. 17, at the McLeod County Fairgrounds in Hutchinson.
Diehn and Lynaugh are both suicide survivors, which is a term used to describe those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Diehn lost her sister, Shelly Teubert, 43, on Jan. 21, 2017, and Lynaugh lost her sister, Tami (Beasley) Newcomb, 48, on Aug. 25, 2014.

Mission trip youths help others, grow themselves

Ten young people from First Congregational Church in Glencoe went away in June to help others, and came back as better people themselves.
The youths went to Kansas City, Kansas, June 25 to June 30, an area that included a wide diversity of people, in terms of both economic and ethnic backgrounds.
Kansas City spans the border of two counties.
“One of the counties is the poorest in the state, and it is right next to the wealthiest in the state,” said the Rev. Michael Fritz, who chaperoned the trip with Pam Gould.