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May 18th, 2016

4-H club collecting jeans

The Glencoe Junior Pioneers will be collecting jeans for donations to different organizations as a community service project.
Jeans can be dropped off through June 3 at the boxes located in the Panther Field House, Glencoe Library and McLeod County Extension office.
Any denim item can be donated including jeans, jackets, shirts and skirts and all sizes will be accepted.

4-H seeks spokesperson for college

College students with an interest in serving as spokespersons for animal agriculture are urged to apply for the position of Minnesota State Fair 4-H Animal Science Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Peer Mentor.
Six positions are available. This program is sponsored by Minnesota 4-H and Minnesota Livestock Breeders Association.
These positions will serve as mentors to selected 4-H state fair livestock exhibitors in all species to encourage, model and role-play positive interactions with state fair visitors to livestock displays.

Fire destroys former Lazy S Saloon

GSL hosts all-school celebration

GSL choirs host concert

Arts prowl

Bill Genz honored by baseball association

Bruins at 4-1 with win over Hamburg

Assumed Name - Unique Tool

Certificate of Assumed Name
1. List the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted: Unique Tool
2. Principal place of business: 15652 200th St., Hutchinson, MN 55350
3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name: NCI, Inc., 3700 Annapolis Lane N., Suite 145, Plymouth, MN 55447

Plato blasts St. Boni

It was a one-game weekend for the Plato Blue Jays, and they made it count.

Plato rocked visiting St. Boni 12-0 on Sunday, May 15, scoring in five of its six turns at the plate before the game was called.

The Blue Jays put up seven runs in the bottom of the first inning, giving starting pitcher Adam Prehn far more offense than he would need in the contest. Prehn was dominant, allowing just two hits and one walk in seven innings while striking out six batters.