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Editorials

02/13/2019 - 10:29am
Gary Ballard stepped to the podium Feb. 4 to suggest the Glencoe City Council revisit its decision to allow the police department to acquire and use body cameras. Ballard’s request came weeks after the council OK’d a budget containing funding for the cameras and the policy governing use of the technology. Still, some citizens may appreciate Mr. Ballard’s concern for the prudent use of taxpayer...
01/16/2019 - 10:37am
Glencoe is not a destination city. We don’t have a lake. We don’t have many tourist attractions. We don’t have a lot here that would make a driver pull off the highway and spend the day. We do have, however, a lot of history. Glencoe is an old community dating back before Minnesota was even a state. But as we continue to tear down old buildings...
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...
01/09/2019 - 10:34am
We’ve been hearing for years Minnesota’s transportation system is woefully underfunded, something DFLers and Republicans seemingly agree upon. They also agree on the important role a quality transportation system plays to both the quality of life and the overall economy in Minnesota. Where they seemingly cannot – or choose not to – agree is how to...
01/09/2019 - 10:33am
To the editor, As we brought in the New Year last week, McLeod County residents had the ability to drive where they needed to get to our party destinations. Nature was having a different way of bringing in the New Year with a snow and ice event that caused some concern for travelers. However, the roads were usable and for the most part safe. But...
01/09/2019 - 10:32am
To the editor, Happy New Year, GSL. As we take time to reflect on 2018, I can’t help but be very excited and optimistic about 2019. At GSL, we have a lot of great things going on and will continue to work hard to improve on the programs that are already in place. With the new year upon us, it is important to take time to reflect and to appreciate...
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