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January 2nd, 2019

Police respond to child with a ‘firearm’ at school

A Glencoe Junior-Senior High School student faces a school disciplinary process and potential criminal charges after school staff and police responded to a report of a student with a firearm this morning.
Nobody was injured in the incident and the child’s guardian took the child, police said. Superintendent Chris Sonju declined to respond to a request if the child remained in school for the day.

Police respond to child with a ‘firearm’ at GSL Junior-Senior High

A Glencoe Junior-Senior High School student faces a school disciplinary process and potential criminal charges after school staff and police responded to a report of a student with a firearm this morning.
Nobody was injured in the incident and the child’s guardian took the child, police said. Superintendent Chris Sonju declined to respond to a request if the child remained in school for the day.

Bradley Jerome Dressel Wosmek, 45 of Mankato

Bradley Jerome Dressel Wosmek, age 45 of Mankato died Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester surrounded by his family.
Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 5, at Peace Lutheran Church (2090 Commerce Drive in North Mankato) with Rev. Timothy Hartwig officiating.
Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m., Friday and one hour before the service Saturday at Peace Lutheran Church.

When it snows . . .

Glencoe residents finally received snow in the past week to play in. Isaiah Alsleben and Christian Reyes started down the sledding hill on the west side of Hennepin Avenue. The boys, along with Leo Reyes (not pictured) spent part of the morning at the park Sunday, Dec. 30.

Holiday sing-along

Students at Silver Lake Elementary School enjoyed a holiday sing-along Friday, Dec. 21, before school let out for the holiday break. Teachers and guests provided musical accompaniment.

Many Panthers earn WCC all-academic honors

Glencoe-Silver Lake students earning Wright County Conference all-academic honors are: front row from left, Andrew Wraspir, Brett Baumgarten, Cody Rae, Josh Kuehn, Zach Mohr, Riley Ruzicka, Will Higgins, Jacob Christianson and Grace Garoutte; second row from left, Miah Monahan, Justine Helmbrecht, Kaitlyn Doolittle, Kaitlyn Popp, Taylor Hatlestad, Lily Schmitt, Nathan Warner, Isaac Swift, Paul Sievert and Derek Trippel; third row from left, Tison Werner, Kendra Klobe, Kendall Guerrero, Malayh Metcalf, Majkya Metcalf, Rhyan Herrmann, Brianna Wraspir, Emily Thalmann, Carlee Oberlin and Taylor Ka

Exsted breaks state saves record

Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ soccer goalkeeper Destiney Exsted set a new state record for career saves with 850. Exsted shattered the old record by logging 360 saves on 416 shots faced over 16 games last season. Her new record, compiled over four years from 2015-18, tops the old mark of 749 set by Legacy Christian Academy goalie Emily Kirby between the years of 2008-12.

Boys’ hoopsters conclude 2018 with holiday tourney

Dane Schwirtz, Gabe Roepke and their Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ basketball teammates open 2019 with a home ggame against Jordan Thursday night.

Christmas buffet for the food shelf

Unhinged! Pizza in Glencoe hosted the fourth annual free Christmas Day buffet to benefit the McLeod County Emergency Food Shelf. The event fed 1,115 people, collected 1,400 pounds of food and collected $4,062.

David C. Revier Jr., 72, of Glencoe

David Charles Revier Jr., 72, of Glencoe, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 25, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
A Celebration of Life was held Saturday, Dec. 29, 1 to 6 p.m., at Adam Revier’s home (at "the shop"), 13263 Garden Ave., Glencoe.
David Charles Revier Jr. was born Oct. 24, 1946, in Marshall. He was the son of David Charles Sr. and Gloria Mae (Erickson) Revier. David was baptized as an infant and was later confirmed in his faith as a youth. He received his education in Glencoe and was a graduate of the Glencoe High School Class of 1964.