April 29th, 2015

GSL to present spring play, ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ Thursday through Sunday

The game’s afoot at Glencoe-Silver Lake (GSL) High School this coming weekend with the production of the GSL spring play, “Sherlock Holmes,” by Tim Kelly.
This adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famed detective story combines mystery, romance, action, danger and laughter.
Alice Faulkner (Lili Mallak) has letters written by a dead girl that will cause grave international problems. Professor Moriarty (Quinten Proehl) wants those letters; so does Sherlock Holmes (Ben Rockswold). The game’s afoot!

New telecommunications tower planned

There will soon be a new telecommunications tower in Hale Township near an existing tower, following action by the McLeod County Planning Advisory Commission Wednesday morning, April 22.
The commission is recommending approval of a conditional use permit for the tower to the McLeod County Board of Commissioners, which will consider the item on its May 5 agenda.

2015 GSL prom

GSL to present ‘Sherlock Holmes’

Boys State delegates named

Blue Jays blank St. Boni

Bruins hammer New Germany

Home run

Panthers rolling on the basepaths

It was quite a week for the Glencoe-Silver Lake baseball team as the Panthers socked away a trio of impressive victories.
GSL remained in the thick of the Wright County Conference West race by topping three circuit opponents in both intricate and dominant manner. The Panthers sandwiched a 7-0 blanking of Orono with a pair of close victories – 2-1 at Mound Westonka and 8-5 at Holy Family Catholic.

Bruins remain undefeated

The Brownton Bruins took advantage of a struggling New Germany bullpen Sunday afternoon for a 19-5 win over the Dutchmen in seven innings.
Dutchmen starter Steve Mielke and relievers Brian Meyer and Adam Lehrke gave up a total of 15 earned runs on 22 hits.
The first two innings didn’t offer much indication of the coming blow-out.