Lori Copler

02/15/2017 - 9:21am
The Glencoe-Silver Lake Trapshooting and Skeet team will be able to practice in the Brownton Area Civic Center — but only with a laser trainer. The Brownton City Council, at its Tuesday, Feb. 7, meeting, approved a request from Doug Fegley to use the former wrestling room of the old school building to practice with a laser simulator. But the City Council asked for safety assurances...
02/15/2017 - 9:20am
The city of Stewart may be a “conduit” for issuing bonds for Glencoe Regional Health Services (GRHS) long-term care project. At its meeting Monday night, the City Council heard a proposal to issue conduit bonds to help GRHS fund its major renovation of its long-term care facility. According to John Doidge of GRHS, the health-care...
02/15/2017 - 9:17am
McLeod County is looking at buying a refurbished grinder to process ag plastic, contingent on grant funding from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). The County Board approved purchasing the grinder at a cost of $215,500 from Rotochopper of St. Martin. Sarah Young, acting solid waste director, said the county qualifies for an MPCA...
02/15/2017 - 9:13am
Glencoe-Silver Lake’s Mock Trial program has grown to include a junior varsity team for the first time this year. The eight new Mock Trial participants have a variety of reasons for joining the program. “I’ve had people tell me how much fun it is,” said Dusty Wendinger, a sophomore. Natalie Orocio, a freshman, said she...
02/01/2017 - 8:44am
When the economy tanked in the years 2008-09, the brakes went on most public facility and infrastructure improvement projects. It’s been close to a decade since we went into a major recession — nearly an economic depression — and while the economy is starting to stir back to life, we’re still feeling its ill effects....
02/01/2017 - 8:34am
The city of Glencoe is looking at close to $20 million to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant, the city’s finance and strategic planning committee heard at a Wednesday, Jan. 25, meeting. It is hoped that city will qualify for at least $5 million in grant funding, which will bring the cost to the city down to about $15 million,...
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