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Archive - 2018

February 14th

Gymnasts headed to section meet

February 12th

Gymnasts headed to sectional meet

The Glencoe-Silver Lake gymnastics team closed out its regular season with a dual meet against visiting Watertown-Mayer on Thursday, Feb. 8.
In its final home competition of the season, the Panthers came up short in a 143.525-121.550 loss to the Royals and now move on to the Section 2A meet on Thursday night at Waconia High School.
Marissa Greeley led the way for GSL against W-M, finishing second in the individual all-around with a score of 31.625.
Gia Venier placed third in the all-around at 31.55 and Makayla Wigern was fourth at 29.875.

Wrestlers wrap up regular season

A quadrangular meet at New Ulm followed by a home triangular wrapped up the regular season for the Glencoe-Silver Lake/Lester Prairie wrestling team last week.
The Panthers went 1-2 at the quadrangular on Thursday, Feb. 8, topping Fulda-Murray County Central 64-6, while falling 42-21 to New Ulm Area and 52-24 to Windom-Mountain Lake.
There were wins aplenty for GSL against the Fulda co-op squad.
Carter Ruschmeier won by fall at 106, as did Joe Knudten at 138, Riley Butcher at 160 and Theo Luciano at 170.

Girls' cagers top Dragons

It was a one-game stretch last week for the Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ basketball team as the Panthers traveled to Litchfield on Friday, Feb. 9.
GSL made the most of the brief road trip, dominating the host Dragons in a 56-26 victory.
Guards Miah and McKenna Monahan led the way with 18 and 15 points, respectively. No Litchfield player managed double-digit scoring on the night.
The victory improved the Panthers to 14-7 overall on the season and 8-2 in Wright County Conference West play.

Boys’ basketball snaps losing skid

A 55-36 defeat of visiting Litchfield on Friday, Feb. 9, snapped a four-game losing streak for the Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ basketball team and boosted the Panthers’ record to 8-12 on the season entering this week.
The victory came in the second game of back-to-back home contests for GSL, which was back on its home court for the first time Jan. 23.
Neither the Panthers nor the Dragons put up much of a fight in the first half, as the hosts went to halftime leading just 18-15.

February 8th

Foreclosure

Foreclosure
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FORECLOSURE SALE
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DATE OF MORTGAGE: February 6, 2015
ORIGINAL PRINICIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $91,734.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Steffanie Lajana Boone, a single woman
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City of Glencoe- Notice

City of Glencoe

PUBLIC MEETING ON STORM WATER PROGRAM

The City of Glencoe will hold a public meeting on its Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP) at
7:05 p.m. Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at City Center Council Chambers. The public meeting will be held as part of the regularly scheduled City Council Meeting and will also be broadcast on the local cable access channel.

City of Brownton-Council Meeting

City of Brownton
City of Brownton
Brownton, MN
2018 Street and Utility
Improvement Project
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed Bids for the construction of the 2018 Street & Utility Improvement Project will be received by City of Brownton, at the office of the City Clerk, City of Brownton, 335 3rd Street South, Brownton, MN 55312, until 10:00 a.m. local time on February 28, 2018, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. The Project consists of constructing sanitary sewer main, water main, storm sewer, and street reconstruction.

February 6th

Big news for city on road, store, housing

There are three pretty big news stories that came out of the Glencoe City Council meeting Monday night.
First, the city is moving ahead with the Morningside Avenue project, which proposes to extend that road from 11th Street to 16th Street on the east side of Coborn’s. The City Council voted 4-1 to sign an agreement with McLeod County that outlines the cost shares and other responsibilities related to the joint project.

Presidents are ordinary, extraordinary

By Lee H. Hamilton
Because we live in such tumultuous political times, it’s easy to believe that today’s intense public focus on the Trump presidency is something new — an obsession like none we’ve ever seen before. Yet to one degree or another, the president has always been at the center of the public’s attention.
This is because he or she is the central actor in American government. The sheer complexity of our system, with its three branches, separation of powers and competing centers of power, demands someone who can make it work.