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Archive - 2018

November 14th

Steven's Seminary Foundation signs $100,000 check

Steven's Seminary Foundation signs $100,000 check.

Rachael Meyer (left) and her mom, Cathy, are helping to organize a shoe box collection

Rachael Meyer (left) and her mom, Cathy, are helping to organize a shoe box collection, packing and distribution from Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Glencoe.

Keynote speaker at Glencoe-Silver Lake High School's Veterans Day program U.S. Army SFC Chris Yurek

Keynote speaker at Glencoe-Silver Lake High School's Veterans Day program, GSL grad and U.S. Army SFC Chris Yurek, highlighted the importance of a free, opportunistic country.

GSL hits the court against Tri-City United on Friday, Nov. 30

The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls' basketball team, the last of the Panther squads to compete last winter, is the first GSL team to compete this winter.

'Cats' enjoy solid opening weekend

Hansch helps Wildcats to D-II national tourney

County board approved hefty list of expenses

Though the county board spent most of its Nov. 6 meeting hearing two presentations regarding the new government center — if approved, the two line items would amount to nearly $800,000 — its meeting approved just over $415,000 worth of purchases aside from the two big-ticket items.

Brownton council continues to show disdain for R&R Excavating

With Mayor Norm Schwarze, the remaining four Brownton City Council members convened on Wednesday, Nov. 7, a day after its normal meeting slot due to elections, and begrudgingly approved payment application number six to R&R Excavating for $447,459.79, with five percent retainage, putting the city at 47 percent payment completion.

Global think tank predicts 30 percent unemployment by 2030

McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), a globally-recognized business and economic research think tank, predicted up to one-third of the future workforce in the United States may need to find new occupations due to automation. The report added, depending on big-business alacrity to adopt full automation, the United States labor force could face unemployment as high as 30 percent by 2030.
From the industrial revolution to the technological revolution, some American employees may be feeling a familiar connection with their 18th and 19th century ancestors.

LaVerne M. (Stibal) Ford, 98, of Glencoe

LaVerne M. (Stibal) Ford, 98, of Glencoe, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, at GlenFields Living with Care in Glencoe. Mass of Christian burial will be held Wednesday, Nov. 21, 11 a.m., at Church of St. Pius X in Glencoe, with interment following in the Glencoe Catholic Cemetery in Glencoe. Visitation is Nov. 21, 9-11 a.m. at the church.
Father Anthony Stubeda is the officiating clergy.