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Silver Lake

11/20/2019 - 11:47am
Mason Gilson and Ava Wisch, sixth-graders from Glencoe-Silver Lake’s Lakeside Elementary School, recently won local Peace Poster competition sponsored by the Silver Lake Lions Club. Hannah Hennessey and Briseyda Mendez were the second-place winners. (For the complete story, see the Nov. 20 print edition of The Chronicle.)
11/20/2019 - 11:26am
Silver Lake Police Chief Robert “RJ” Cripps submitted his resignation last week, effective Dec. 11. He gave a 30-day notice to help with a smooth transition to a new leader. In a letter to Mayor Dorothy Butler and the city council, Cripps said “I take great pride in the overwhelming support that the citizens of Silver Lake have given the Police...
11/20/2019 - 11:23am
The Jurek children recall their father frequently leaving the house or family gatherings abruptly when a fire call came in. A quick departure meant somebody needed help and their father, James Jurek, and the rest of the department would answer the call. Last month, when the members of the Minnesota Fire Chiefs Association gathered for their annual...
11/13/2019 - 11:34am
Ninety-five-year-old Army veteran Ed LaMott was overwhelmed with gratitude throughout Veterans Day on Monday. At 69 years of membership, he’s one of the longest standing veterans — if not the longest — of the Silver Lake American Legion. Although it’s typically a day meant for acknowledging the sacrifice, bravery, patriotism and tribulations...
10/30/2019 - 10:07am
A shortage of volunteers is becoming an increasing problem for any organization these days. It is not rare for an organization to disband because of the lack of volunteers. The Silver Lake Ambulance Service is not immune to this issue, but the continued struggle to find volunteers could mean the end to this valuable service to the community. The...
10/09/2019 - 9:41am
The Silver Lake City Council reviewed the 2020 city fee schedule. On the list is a proposed water, sewer and storm sewer rate increase at its quarterly meeting Monday night, Oct. 7. The base rates for water and sewer currently proposed would increase nearly 30 percent from $9.25 to $12 per month. Water usage charge is proposed to increase from $5...
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