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August 20th, 2014

5 file for GSL Board; municipal filings close

Five candidates will compete for three seats on the Glencoe-Silver Lake (GSL) School Board, as filings for candidacy closed Tuesday, Aug. 12, at 5 p.m.
All three incumbents filed for re-election — Clark Christianson, Jason Lindeman and Anne Twiss. Also filing were former GSL School Board Member Gary Schreifels, and Pat Fogarty.
Christianson, Twiss and Schreifels are all from Glencoe. Lindeman lives near Brownton, while Fogarty is a Silver Lake resident, where he currently serves on the Silver Lake City Council.

From wastewater to de-icer

You may have made a brine for your Thanksgiving turkey, but what about deicing your driveway?
The Glencoe City Council heard a proposal by Karen Cavett, of Short Elliot and Hendrickson (SEH), to turn the brine from the city’s wastewater into a solution to de-ice streets and help with dust control for gravel alleys.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has set a standard for how much chloride can be in wastewater. Preliminary reports indicate that Glencoe’s rates of chloride in the wastewater exceed the 234 milligrams per liter standard.

Christensen, Nagel advance in District 5 commissioner race

The ballot has been set for McLeod County’s District 5 Commissioner race and the city of Hutchinson’s mayoral tilt as the result of the Aug. 12 primary election.
Jon Christensen, incumbent District 5 county commissioner, and Hutchinson resident Joe Nagel will face off for the seat on the Nov. 4 general election ballot. Challenger Bill Hard of rural Hutchinson was eliminated from the field.
Christensen received 319 votes of the total 770 cast, for 41.43 percent. Nagel captured 234 votes, 30.39 percent, while Hard garnered 217 votes, 28.18 percent.

August 13th

Bee keepers visit Cedar Crest Estate

Stewart Night Out

Honored for service

August 8th

Roger E. Peterson, 83, of Hutchinson

Roger E. Peterson, 83, of Hutchinson, husband of Elna Peterson, died Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, at Hutchinson.

A gathering of family and friends is set for Thursday, Aug. 14, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Dobratz-Hantge Chapel in Hutchinson.

An online guest book is available at www.hantge.com. Click on obituaries/guest book.

August 7th

2 file for Stewart City Council seats

Two candidates have filed for election to seats on the Stewart City Council, according to City Clerk Ronda Huls.

Chuck Kruggel filed on Wednesday, Aug. 6, and Kevin Masrud filed Thursday.

There are two council seats for four-year terms up for election on the Nov. 4 ballot. Also up for election is the two-year mayor term.

Council members who terms will expire this year are Cindy Merrell and Mike Knox, as well as Mayor Jason Peirce.

August 6th

Music in the Park

Fouquettes named as ’14-15 grand marshals

Cory and Cyndi Fouquette are still “surprised” to be named the 2014-15 Pola-Czesky grand marshals, though they were told of the honor over a week ago.
The Fouquettes moved to Silver Lake from California in 1993, and in 2000, they moved back to California for a couple of years, but returned to the area in 2002 and currently reside in Hutchinson, but have always felt welcome in Silver Lake though they consider themselves “imports.”
Cory is a Cold Spring native and ended up in San Diego, Calif., through the U.S. Navy, where he met Cyndi.