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June 17th, 2015

Rev. Stubeda celebrates 30th anniversary of his ordination

The 30th anniversary of the Rev. Anthony Stubeda’s ordination to the priesthood was celebrated June 1 with a Mass of Thanksgiving conducted by the Bishop John M. LeVoir at the Church of the Holy Family in Silver Lake.  Around 300 family, friends and parishioners attended the event. A reception took place following the service.
Stubeda was ordained a priest for the Diocese of New Ulm on June 1, 1985.

Southwest, Gerry’s eye clinics merge

Southwest Eye Care and Gerry’s Vision Shoppe, both of Glencoe, merged into one company in May. The clinic will now function out of the Southwest Eye Care building on Greeley Avenue.
The merger was years in the making, according to Southwest Manager Patty Riebe. The company had approached Gerry’s Vision owner Heidi Klockmann several times about a merger, but she said she was not ready until recently.

Lincoln Park project under way

Honored on anniversary of ordination

Gruenhagen speaks on health care

Panthers compete at state tournament

Brewers back at .500

GSL baseball fans

Plato still perfect on the road, winless at home

The Plato Blue Jays went 2-1 last week, winning a pair of mid-week road games before losing a close one at home on Sunday. In a curious case, Plato is 7-0 on the road this spring, but was 0-3 at Blue Jay Stadium heading into Tuesday’s tilt against Hamburg, played after the Chronicle went to press.
Blue Jays 18, 
Cologne 1

Brownton falls to Red Devils

The Brownton Bruins’ struggles on the mound weren’t helped by struggles in the field in an 11-7 loss to Watertown Wednesday night, June 10.
The Bruins put four pitchers on the mound against the Red Devils, giving up a collective 10 hits, issuing eight walks and striking out just four batters in 34 at-bats. The defense, meanwhile, committed five errors.