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Rich Glennie

01/30/2019 - 10:42am
Remember Carl W. Hayden? You’re not alone if you don’t. But his name is on a plaque affixed to the holding vault at the Glencoe City Cemetery. So who is Carl W. Hayden, how did his name get on that plaque and who put it there? Since I’m retired and apparently had nothing else to do, I was asked to find out what I could about Mr. Hayden. So I walked to the cemetery. First of all, I never knew the...
08/08/2018 - 10:08am
Glencoe City Council opted to bypass a peer review of its $20 million to $23 million wastewater treatment plant project, and instead decided to continue on its schedule to call for plans and specifications on Aug. 20, open bids Oct. 17, award bids in November and begin construction next spring. The action came after a City Council workshop session...
08/08/2018 - 10:06am
At Monday night’s meeting, Glencoe City Council members received a long-awaited study of the central and east ditch water management project that was presented by Lisa Odens of Houston Engineering. The aim of the project is to address nagging flooding problems throughout the Glencoe area due to heavy rain events. Those heavy rains have caused wide...
08/01/2018 - 9:27am
The cascade is building. It starts with an occasion clunk, and builds to a series of clunks, thunks and boinks. Pretty soon it will build to a crescendo of items falling from the sky. It’s nut season in my neighborhood, and it has picked up a head of steam lately. That, in turn, increases sightings of pesky squirrels in the neighborhood, too. Not...
07/25/2018 - 1:31pm
The Glencoe City Center is on the way to having its busiest year since the center opened, including 27 weddings booked in 2018, according to Dan Ehrke, assistant city administrator. Ehrke gave a report at Monday afternoon’s City Council workshop. He noted a significant increase in rental bookings. “This is the most weddings we will host in one...
07/25/2018 - 1:17pm
Not sure why President Donald Trump and his administration punched Canada, our closest ally, in the face recently, and then had the audacity to claim relations between the two countries could not be better. The kick in the face apparently is now considered a term of endearment. The dust up is all about a trade deficit that Trump and his advisors...
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