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June 10th, 2015

Local students on SDSU list

Five area students were named to the South Dakota State University dean’s list. Kelly Arnold, Kelly Beneke, Jenna Haag and Abbie Nistler, of Glencoe, and Carter Pinske of Plato, all met the requirement of a grade point average of at least 3.5. Arnold is enrolled at the college of education and human science, Beneke at the college of pharmacy, and Haag, Nistler and Pinske at the college of agriculture  and biological sciences. 

Schermann graduates May 9

Leah Schermann, daughter of Bruce and Ann Schermann of Silver Lake, participated in the commencement ceremony at the College of Saint Benedict on May 9 in St. Joseph. Schermann is a candidate to receive a bachelor of arts in accounting. 

Foreclosure - Rannow

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT OF VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
Mortgagor: Steven E. Rannow and Sephyia C. Rannow, husband and wife

Foreclosure - Fischer

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: February 23, 2009

Brewers blank Cardinals

After four consecutive losses, the Glencoe Brewers had enough, ushering in an eight-game homestand with a 5-0 blanking of Young America on Thursday, June 4 at Vollmer Field.
The Brewers’ bats came alive in the victory, pounding out 12 hits while Glencoe starting pitcher Jaime Paumen allowed the Cardinals no more than a pair of base raps – one the fourth inning, the other in the ninth.

Brownton suffers first defeat of season

After roaring through the first seven weeks of their schedule with nary a loss, the Brownton Bruins suffered their first defeat of the season on Friday, June 5 against visiting Waconia. 
Despite the setback, the Bruins entered this week still sitting atop the Crow River Valley League’s southern division with a 6-1 record with a pair of victories that sandwiched the shutout loss.
Waconia 8, Bruins 0

Panthers returning to state tournament

For the second consecutive season, the Glencoe-Silver Lake baseball team is headed to the state Class AA tournament. The Panthers finished off a perfect bracket by defeating Albert Lea 5-3 for the Section 2AA championship on Thursday, June 4.
“It feels great,” coach Dean Schwirtz said. “It’s such a great feeling. My stomach has been sick for days waiting for this game.”

Pair of Panthers earn medals at state meet

Five Panthers made their final representations for the Glencoe-Silver Lake track and field team at the state Class A meet last weekend. Two of those competitors, Zoe Christensen and Brandon Richter, earned their way onto the medal stand at Hamline University by the time it was all said and done on Saturday, June 6.

June 3rd

Crowd of 2 turns out for Brownton public hearing

Members of the Brownton City Council and its consulting engineer were both surprised and disappointed that only two people turned out for its public hearing on its proposed multi-million dollar improvement project Tuesday night, May 26.
John Rodeberg of Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH), the city’s engineering firm, said that low turnouts at such hearings are not unusual, but they typically draw more than a couple of people.

Dahlke recipient of AgStar scholarship

The AgStar Fund for Rural America, a corporate giving program of AgStar Financial Services, announces that it awarded Matthew Dahlke, a 2015 graduate of Glencoe-Silver Lake High School, a $1,000 educational scholarship.

Dahlke plans to attend Alexandria Technical and Community College, pursuing a career in marine and small engine mechanics. He is the son of Doug and Patty Dahlke of Glencoe.