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By John Mueller

02/13/2019 - 10:13am
About a month after it announced it would close 105 stores as part of Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Shopko has added another 139 stores it will be closing. Unlike the announcement in January, the sting from the latest round of closures will be felt locally. Shopko’s latest round of closures announced Wednesday, Feb. 6, includes its Shopko Hometown stores in Glencoe and Hutchinson. They...
02/06/2019 - 1:30pm
There are times when inclement weather renders the decision to close school or start late a no-brainer and times when Glencoe-Silver Lake School District leadership must weigh several factors before making the decision to start the school day late or close school altogether. “Every day is different. Every day is looked upon in itself,”...
01/16/2019 - 10:27am
When their loved ones needed help most, care from Allina Health Services provided Lee Ostrom, Sandra Tibbits and their families comfort and peace of mind as their lives neared an end. More than a year later, their surviving spouses, Jean Ostrom of Hutchinson and Bob Tibbits of Glencoe, can hardly imagine how they would have been able to lovingly...
01/02/2019 - 10:18am
When the Minnesota Legislature returns to St. Paul later this week, things won’t be quite the same for area lawmakers now that the DFL has taken control of the House of Representatives, a new governor will take over and Republicans hold a majority in the Senate by one vote. Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen, R-Glencoe, and Sen. Scott Newman, R-Hutchinson,...
12/12/2018 - 10:30am
Sarah Mallory’s dog, Indy, has been deemed potentially dangerous. Whether it really is dangerous is arguable. What is certain is Glencoe’s ordinance dealing with potentially dangerous dogs does not provide residents anything remotely resembling a level playing field or due process. The city does not have a lot of practice dealing with supposedly...
11/21/2018 - 10:11am
After years of discussion, planning, design work, grant applications and politicking for funding, the Glencoe City Council finally gave construction of a wastewater treatment plant the go-ahead Monday night. The plant will use the existing site south of Highway 212 and west of Morningside Drive along Buffalo Creek and also build new buildings on...
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