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Archive - Aug 2017


August 1st

Glencoe native, wife win award for uniquely designed necklace

Patrick Mohs, made up of Patrick Nelson, formerly of Glencoe, and his wife, Mary Kay Mohs, was recently awarded with a Vision International Design Award from Manufacturing Jewelers & Suppliers of America for one of its necklaces, named the Night Sky necklace.
Although Nelson and Mohs have won a couple of awards in the industry since beginning their jewelry business in 2010, this is their first design award — and by the looks of it, it won’t be their last.
For both Nelson and Mohs, their journeys to becoming jewelers began at home.

Bicyclist struck, injured by SUV on Highway 212

A 66-year-old male bicyclist from Papillon, Nebraska, was injured today on Highway 212 when his bicycle was struck by a 2001 Ford Escape driven by a 61-year-old woman from Howard Lake. Names of the driver and the cyclist will be released about 6 p.m.
The Minnesota State Patrol said the bicycle and the Escape were both eastbound on Highway 212 near Chandler Avenue, Glencoe, when the accident happened at about 1:30 p.m.

Brownton marches on to regions

Who needs hits when hit batters will do?
The Brownton Bruins punched their ticket to the Region 7C Tournament by completing a two-games-to-one playoff series defeat of the Glencoe Brewers on Sunday, July 30.
To accomplish the feat, the Bruins topped the Brewers 3-2 in the third and deciding game despite having more of their batters hit (five) than their batters logged hits (two).
Two of those hit batters, Josh Dietz and Matt Schwichtenberg, figured large in the final count as Brownton rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the eighth inning to claim victory.

McLeod County Road 3 now open to traffic

The McLeod County Road 3 (110th Street) rehabilitation project west of Glencoe to just northeast of Brownton is substantially complete and now open to traffic. Barricades were taken down today, according to the McLeod County Highway Department.

Minor cleanup and seeding remain to be done and will be performed under traffic.