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April 14th, 2016

MPCA issues air pollution health advisory for western Minnesota

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has issued an air pollution health advisory for western Minnesota effective Thursday afternoon through 8am Friday morning. The affected area includes Mankato, Hutchinson, St. Cloud, Marshall, Willmar, Detroit Lakes, Brainerd, Bemidji, and Thief River Falls.

Weather sirens to be tested today

Severe weather sirens will be tested today, as part of Severe Weather Awareness Week.

Official say it’s designed to remind Minnesotans about the threats of severe weather that can occur during the summer months.

Tornado drills are scheduled today (Thursday) throughout Minnesota. At 1:55 p.m. and 6:55 p.m. outdoor warning sirens and NOAA weather radios will sound for a simulated tornado warning.

Silver Lake teen injured in rollover

Sabina A. Wallace, 19, of Silver Lake, was injured in a rollover accident Wednesday near Glencoe. The accident was reported at 8:55 p.m.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Wallace was driving westbound on Highway 212 in a 2006 Mazda 6, approaching Falcon Avenue, and Chad R. Johanneck, 47, of Glencoe, was driving a 2004 Ford pickup and attempting to enter westbound Highway 212 from Falcon Avenue. Wallace swerved to avoid the pickup, lost control and went into the north ditch, where the car rolled.

April 13th

Track and field teams open in Mankato

Safely tucked away indoors as winter attempted to hold on outside, the Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ and girls’ track and field teams were able to successfully commence their season on Thursday, April 7, at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
It was a gripping beginning to the 2016 campaign for both squads, with the boys finishing in a first-place tie with Mankato Loyola/Cleveland and the girls finishing in second, just one point behind Waterville-Elysian-Morristown.
Panther boys

Softball looking to rebound, contend for WCC West title

With four weeks of practice, mostly indoors, the Glencoe-Silver Lake softball team is ready to bust out and compete.
“There’s only so much you can do without getting in some games to see what you need to work on,” coach Steve Davis said. “It’s time to play.”

Girls’ track is working hard

As weeks of practices have gone by, Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ track and field coach Robb DeCorsey is sure of one thing: his team has a strong work ethic.
“Girls have been working really hard,” he said. “I’ve been very impressed.”
Now, it is just a matter of whether hard work will pay off. The team’s season began with a second-place finish at Mankato last week. But, the coach said that before we know it, the season will be over.

Defending conference champ boys’ track team back for more

The Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ track and field team won a Wright County Conference West championship last season – and to be honest, the Panthers would like to do it again.
“We’d like to be in a position to contend for the conference title again this year,” coach Josh Metcalf said. “Like always, we’d like to continue to improve as the season goes along and be performing our best at the conference, subsection and section meets.”

Brugman — Simmons

Tonya Jean Brugman and Mitchell Troy Simmons, both of Watkins, announce their engagement.
 
Parents of the couple are Vern and Cheryl Brugman of Stewart and Troy and Dana Simmons of Watkins.
 
Tonya Brugman is a graduate of McLeod West High School and Ridgewater College, Hutchinson and Willmar, where she received degrees in administrative assistant and cosmetologist. She is employed as a quick-lane service manager at Holt Motors in Cokato.

Krulikosky — Schoenfeld

Melanie Krulikosky and Thomas Schoenfeld, both of Mayer, announce their engagement.
 
Parents of the couple are Leonard and Becky Krulikosky of Stewart and Gaylen and Bonnie Schoenfeld of Lester Prairie.
 
Melanie Krulikosky is employed as the long-term care nursing director at Glencoe Regional Health Services.
 
Thomas Schoenfeld is an area sales manager for Form-A-Feed in Stewart.
 

DeChaine — Tromborg

Kayla DeChaine and Marshall Tromborg, both of Mankato, announce their engagement.
 
Parents of the couple are Allen DeChaine and Dan and Darlene DeChaine of Blaine, and Craig and Lynn Tromborg of Glencoe.