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John Mueller

09/12/2018 - 11:49am
It’s what connects them that fuels their desire to try and prevent others from feeling the pain, the memories they feel each day. Melanie Lindeman, Tammy Diehn and Terri Lynaugh spend time each day thinking about loved ones who took their own lives. They think about the pain their loved ones could no longer deal with, the signs they missed and the memories of the good times. The three women know...
08/29/2018 - 10:27am
A Glencoe man recently decided to plead guilty to assaulting an infant rather than face a trial. Now, he awaits sentencing in McLeod County District Court. Timothy Daniel Miller pleaded guilty Aug. 15 to first-degree assault with great bodily harm of a 5½-month old child in his care in January. A trial was scheduled to begin the following day and...
08/29/2018 - 10:26am
Roxanne Stensvad knows the anticipation of the first day of a new school year. She's had plenty of practice managing the anticipation preceding the arrival of students for another school year. Stensvad will welcome the opening of her 40th school year Tuesday, Sept. 4, when a new batch of students in her biology, human anatomy and college biology...
08/29/2018 - 10:24am
A year ago, staff with the GSL School District was scrambling to complete construction projects before students came back to school. This year, the hectic hustle and bustle of a year ago is a memory the school district doesn’t need to revisit. The learning space in Glencoe-Silver Lake school buildings is ready for the return of students Tuesday,...
08/29/2018 - 10:23am
Glencoe property taxpayers are facing a proposed property tax hike from the city in 2019, an increase intended to pay for debt in infrastructure improvements. Monday afternoon, Aug. 27, during a workshop session, City Administrator Mark Larson proposed a 6.804 percent increase in the city’s tax levy. The increase in the levy to approximately $2....
08/22/2018 - 2:36pm
In addition to candidates for local, state and national office this fall, the general election ballot residents in the Glencoe-Silver Lake School District will include a request for voters to approve the school district’s request for additional funding to operate its schools. The school board is well within its right and obligation to ask property...
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