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02/25/2015 - 2:47pm
BIGGEST LOSERS RESULTS   TOTAL WEIGHT LOSS Week 6 – February 24, 2015   Top 3 Male Individual Weigt Losses: 1. 27.2 lbs. 2. 22.4 lbs. 3. 20.4 lbs.   Top 3 Female Individual Weight Losses: 1. 28.8 lbs. 2. 24.6 lbs. 3. 17.2 lbs.   TOTAL WEIGHT LOSS: 602.6 lbs.   BIGGEST LOSERS TEAM RESULTS 1. Button Poppers 30.77% 2. Anchors...
02/11/2015 - 8:58am
Marie Dols “loved her beauty shop,” which she ran for many, many years in Stewart. “I got to know just about everyone,” she said last week. And, apparently, people got to know Dols as well. That was evident Monday, Feb. 1, when a large group of women from the Stewart American Legion Auxiliary gathered at the Shade Tree...
02/11/2015 - 8:55am
Construction on McLeod County’s jail expansion project will hopefully begin as soon as road restrictions have been lifted this spring. John McNamara of Wold Architects reviewed some final revisions with the County Board at its Feb. 3 meeting. The potential closing of Ives Avenue just east of the courthouse and the reopening of Judd...
02/11/2015 - 8:54am
McLeod County is gearing up to launch its one-sort recycling program, and residents are being asked to choose the size of their curbside recycling carts. Cards regarding cart sizes are to be returned by Feb. 13 to the solid waste department. The goal is to have the program get under way in May. Sarah Young, solid waste coordinator, brought a...
02/11/2015 - 8:53am
With two openings on the city’s cemetery board, the Glencoe City Council late last year discussed naming the council members as the new board, rather than seek community volunteers to fill the positions. The main reason was there was little interest shown by the public. But last Wednesday afternoon, the Council’s personnel and...
02/11/2015 - 8:51am
The Glencoe Fire Department is having a difficult time filling its 40-person roster and is looking for new volunteers to bring it back up to strength. But that could be difficult, the City Council’s personnel and legislative committee heard Feb. 4. City Administrator Mark Larson said the department currently has 34 members, but is funded...
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