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Archive - Sep 20, 2017

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Growth vs. preservation

Thursday night, the city of Glencoe’s Planning and Industrial Commission turned down a proposed preliminary plat for Phase II of Glenview Estates. Monday night, the City Council upheld that recommendation on a 3-2 vote.
The planning commission’s vote was unanimous; the City Council’s was a split vote. At both Thursday night’s planning commission hearing and Monday’s council meeting, there was a desire to both promote housing in Glencoe and to allay the concerns of neighbors in the area where the proposed plat was to take place.

Chamber seeks donations for holiday decorations

To the Editor:
Our Christmas/winter holiday decorations and our blue banners, both of which adorn the light poles along our city streets, have become well worn. The Tourism Committee of the Glencoe Area Chamber of Commerce has determined that replacing these items is our focus for this year.

SNAP is a critical program for families in crisis

To the Editor:
Disaster can strike anywhere. Hurricane Harvey has shown us that we are all vulnerable to circumstances beyond our control, and safety net programs like SNAP (formerly food stamps) can help families through a crisis.

Panthers fall to Tigers, 21-9

Panther spikers drop two to begin road trip

Cross-country teams place third and sixth at NYA Invite

GSL student earns grand champion

Kids night out

County 4-H’ers showcase skills

Korson is newest full-time police officer for city of Glencoe

At the Sept. 5 Glencoe City Council meeting, Brianna Korson of Stewart was sworn in by Mayor Randy Wilson as a full-time officer for the Glencoe Police Department.
Korson is replacing Officer Craig Losure, who retired from the department on Sept. 10 after 18 years of service. She comes highly recommended by Police Chief Jim Raiter, who believes Korson will be a solid officer for the Glencoe Police Department and a good fit for the citizens of Glencoe.