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03/20/2019 - 1:12pm
GSL eighth-grader Lucas Brelje will compete March 29 for a spot in the National Geographic Society’s national geography bee.
03/20/2019 - 10:40am
Representatives from PeopleService, the company the City of Silver Lake contracts with for water and sanitary sewer maintenance, met with the Silver Lake City Council during its regular meeting on Monday night, March 18 Greg Stang and Lee Ortloff discussed the current operations within the city and presented a draft contract for continued services...
03/20/2019 - 10:37am
Sen. Scott Newman, R-Hutchinson, has invited residents to discuss property taxes at a town hall meeting Friday, March 22. Residents are invited to discuss individual property taxes, property classifications, and the influence of state government on property taxes. The town hall-style meeting will be held at 10 a.m. at Glencoe-Silver Lake High...
03/20/2019 - 10:35am
Four Glencoe-Silver Lake High School music ensembles earned “superior” ratings at the state-section large group contest March 13 at Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop High School. The GSL SA Singers (soprano/alto choir of ninth- and 10th-graders) earned a unanimous superior rating for two selections, “When I am Silent” by Joan C. Varner, reading by Zoe...
03/20/2019 - 10:33am
Despite an approval from the Glencoe Planning Commission, the city council put a request for a special use permit on hold until it had time to review the plan. The council voted Monday, March 18, to table Fred Werth’s request for a special-use permit to transform a soon-to-be former dentist’s office at 1015 North Greeley Ave. into a two- or three-...
03/20/2019 - 10:28am
Sen. Scott Newman’s bill banning drivers from using their hands to operate a wireless device while driving is alive and awaiting debate on the Senate floor. The bill would require hands-free use of cellphones and other wireless devices. It is one of several bills at the Minnesota Legislature aimed at curbing distracted driving in the state. Other...
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