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Archive

August 15th, 2018

Over 30 runners braved the heat and humidity during the 5K fun run Saturday.

Matt Foss is the new principal at the GSL Junior-Senior High School.

Fall sports season is nearly upon us

The weather does not feel anything like fall as of yet, but the local athletic calendar is already turning to the autumn season.
Monday, Aug. 13, was the first day of practice for the Glencoe-Silver Lake sports teams as Panther student/athletes came together both indoors and outside to begin the process of honing their craft for the fast-approaching competitive season.
Scrimmages are scheduled by this week’s end for both girls’ tennis and soccer teams, with the netters also slated to begin competitions within the next week.

Fall sports season is nearly upon us

The weather does not feel anything like fall as of yet, but the local athletic calendar is already turning to the autumn season.
Monday, Aug. 13, was the first day of practice for the Glencoe-Silver Lake sports teams as Panther student/athletes came together both indoors and outside to begin the process of honing their craft for the fast-approaching competitive season.
Scrimmages are scheduled by this week’s end for both girls’ tennis and soccer teams, with the netters also slated to begin competitions within the next week.

Plato heads to state as region champs

With a pair of weekend victories over Young America, the Plato Blue Jays are headed to their fifth consecutive state tournament as the Region 7C champions.
Plato, which earlier cruised to a Crow River Valley League championship with a 17-1 league record, increased their winning streak to 18 games by finishing off a perfect 4-0 regional run.
“All season long, these guys have really worked hard,” Blue Jays manager Adam Dammann said. “We had some things to work through earlier this season, but these guys really have confidence in each other.”

Stewart council hears public input, $7.79 million shortfall

The Stewart City Council worked through a two-page agenda during their monthly meeting on August 13. The council approved the resolution to accept a letter of resignation from Council Member Jacqueline Curlott and declared a vacancy, listened to public input on the city’s pet ordinance, heard an explanation for a $7.795 million RS fiber debt service shortfall, and hired and fired a firefighter.