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February 5th, 2014

ECFE open house

The Early Childhood Learning Center, the new addiiton onto the Lincoln Junior High School, held an open house on Friday, and the attendance by young families as well as the curious was impressive. ECFE/SE and Learning Readiness staff eagerly showed off their new rooms that were opened to students in early January. Above, teachers had an opportunity to talk with parents about how the rooms are being used, while youngsters got some hands-on experience, like Bentlee Ondrachek and his mother, Nicole, at right.

January 29th

Corn & Soybean Growers hear some ag predictions; laugh a lot

The McLeod County Corn and Soybean Growers Association held its 30th annual banquet and ag appreciation night at the Pla-Mor Ballroom in Glencoe and heard a combination of some predictions about agriculture from Al Kluis along with laughing so hard at Dick Jonckowski’s jokes that their faces hurt.
The county group also honored one of their own when it presented a plaque to Francis Svoboda, a long-time board member and president, who stepped down. New president is Brian Thalmann.

December 31st, 2013

County Board calls for final plans for solid waste retrofit

The McLeod County Board voted unanimously Tuesday to have its solid waste consultant, Burns & McDonnell to start preparing contracts, final plans and requests for proposals for a possible retrofit of its materials recycling facility (MRF) to accommodate one-sort recycling.

December 30th

Bigs start scoring for Panthers

November 6th

Football played the right way; may best team win

To the Editor:
Just a note from a high school football fan/father. My two younger sons  play for St. Croix Lutheran High School, and my guess is our teams will meet in the near future.
While we’ve never played GSL before during my sons’ time at SCLHS, nonetheless, we hold your team in very high regard.
Our coach often holds GSL as an example of how high school football should be coached and played. Play hard, play tough, be disciplined, assignment sure on blocking, sound gap defense, and RUN the ball.

October 16th

July 3rd

ECFE ground-breaking ceremony

The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Early Childhood Family Education/Special Education addition to Lincoln Junior High was held last week. Participating in the ceremony were members of the chamber of commerce, school district and ECFE/SE program.

Getting to know you on Dairy Day

Noah Brinkmann, 16-month-old son of Tom and Jennifer Brinkmann of Glencoe, tried to get up close to several baby pigs at Thursday’s Glencoe Dairy Day activities at Oak Leaf Park. Local 4-Hers also showed calves as well.

April 17th

Creekside concept plan runs into roadblocks

The Glencoe Planning and Industrial Commission Monday afternoon received a brief update of the concept proposal to turn the Creekside subdivision near Miller Manufacturing into an affordable housing subdivision.
City Administrator Mark Larson said initial research, however, indicated that the tax increment financing (TIF) request by Hutchinson developer Gus Wurdell may not be available for this project, because Wurdell is not the initial developer of the subdivision.

March 27th

Stewart City Council discusses I&I issues in workshop session

The Stewart City Council is hoping to take advantage of its current street and utility improvement project to address some of its inflow and infiltration (I&I) of storm water into the sanitary sewer system.