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June 29th, 2022

Ronald Lindeman, 74, of Brownton

Ronald W. Lindeman, husband of Monica, 74, of Brownton, passed away Tuesday, June 28, at his home in Brownton.
A funeral service will be held Thursday, July 7, 11 a.m., at Grace Lutheran Church in Brownton with interment in the church cemetery.
Visitation will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m., 1½ hours prior to the service at the church.
Dobratz-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Hutchinson is handling the arrangements. Its website – www.hantge.com – includes obituary and guestbook information.

Determined duo wouldn’t let bad info end their search for medallion

Sheila Mielke and her grandson, Mason Ortloff, found the Glencoe Days medallion Sunday afternoon by the wildlife sanctuary at Oak Leaf Park.

Fifty years later, a community pioneer for equality is honored

Jan Willand, former Glencoe High School coach, was honored with a proclamation from Mayor Ryan Voss Saturday for her efforts as a pioneer supporting activities for girls before and after Title IX was passed 50 years ago this month.

Area residents hurt in crashes in Glencoe, near Brownton

First responders tended to the injured at the scene of a crash Friday morning at the intersection of Higway 212 and Morningside Avenue in Glencoe.

Pavement prep

A crew from Minneopa Concrete, a sub-contractor of R & R Excavating, prepared forms for pouring concrete for the new J-turn on the south side of the intersection of Highway 212 and County Road 1 Monday morning, June 27.

Logan Busse leads GSL trapshooters at state meet

GSL’s trapshooting team earned a berth in the state meet Friday at the Minneapolis Gun Club outside Prior Lake. The team finished 33rd overall. The team’s members include (from left) Hunter Schmitt, Brayden Gildea, Trevor Kirchoff, Logan Busse, William Hahn and Hunter Gens. Individually, Busse finshed 16th in the state.

Glencoe Days, 2022

Fireworks in Oak Leaf Park were a popular attraction during Glencoe Days Saturday night.

Fifty years later, a community pioneer for equality is honored

She recalls the days of not being able to compete because sports were primarily intended for boys.
Jan Willand celebrates the anniversary of Title IX as a day worthy of honor. Recently, Title IX, the federal law that requires girls’ activities and educational programs to be treated equally to boys, reached its 50th anniversary.
The 37-word act was formally approved June 8, 1972, and was signed into law by President Richard Nixon. To celebrate, community member Jan Willand was honored. Willand was an early advocate for girls’ sports in Glencoe.

Other than 15 minutes Saturday, the sun shined on Glencoe

While the financial side of Glencoe Days won’t be finalized for months, the initial reviews of the community event seems to be positive.
With the exception of a shower Saturday lasting 15 minutes or so, the sun shined in Glencoe Days, figuratively if not literally. “It went good, very good,” said Jon VanDamme, chairperson of the 12-person organizing committee. “Everybody who said it rained at least had a smile on their face.”

(For the complete story, see the June 29 print edition of The Chronicle.)

Determined duo wouldn’t let bad info end their search for medallion

Sheila Mielke, grandson find Glencoe Days medallion

A good deed helped a Glencoe boy and his grandmother find the well-hidden Glencoe Days medallion Sunday afternoon.
Sunday, Mason Ortloff and his mom, Amanda Ortloff, went to Oak Leaf Park to volunteer some time helping with the cleanup effort. The good deed paid off when they learned the medallion was still unclaimed and the information they received the previous day was inaccurate.

(For the complete story, see the June 29 print edition of The Chronicle.)