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John Mueller

01/16/2019 - 10:36am
Last August, the Glencoe City Council met in a workshop session to discuss budgetary issues relating to the city’s public works department. Councilors spent the better part of two hours discussing the most effective way to spend taxpayer dollars meeting citizens’ wants and the city’s maintenance operations. All six council members had the chance to offer points of view and raise concerns as city...
12/26/2018 - 8:59am
Police patrol officers and the City of Glencoe recently reached a labor contract for the coming year. The city council unanimously approved the negotiated agreement Dec. 17, the council’s final meeting of 2018. The council waited until the agreement had been OK’d by the union members represented by Minnesota Public Employees Assoc. The agreement...
12/26/2018 - 8:54am
When he’s not working on matters of law or finance, his mind just might be focused on the next batch of beer to be brewed or plans for the new business in downtown Glencoe. Jonathan Lueck is diverse if nothing else. By day, he’s an attorney and certified-public accountant. In his spare time, he’s the owner of Lazy Loon Brewing Company and Lazy...
12/19/2018 - 11:04am
One way or another, the women who started hosting monthly community meals were confident their efforts would be successful. As the group began its sixth year running the Abundant Table meals program earlier this month, they are equally confident the program will still be going strong in the years to come. For five years, a group of volunteers has...
12/19/2018 - 10:58am
Somewhere in the handbook on how to be a first-year public high school principal, there’s likely a chapter on not making waves. As a rookie principal on probationary status, keeping one’s head down and out of the headlines is the way to keep your school looking good and your superiors from having to answer questions they might not want to consider...
12/19/2018 - 10:55am
He used a vape regularly during the summer, not thinking ahead to the rules he’d face once the school year began. And then he was caught vaping at school. The Glencoe-Silver Lake High School senior was suspended for a day earlier this fall. His biggest concern was his father’s reaction. “It was a little scary,” he said. Friday, Dec. 14, GSL...
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