Glenwood City

Wilson’s American Legion Post makes $2,500 donation to village

As part of the Preamble of The American Legion’s Constitution states: “For God and Country, we associate ourselves together for the following purposes: . . . To inculcate a sense of individual obligation to the community, state and nation. . .” In keeping with that purpose, Matson-Miller Post 330 of The American Legion in Wilson,…

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GC school board holds first meeting of new year

By Kelsie Hoitomt GLENWOOD CITY — The Glenwood City Board of Education held its first meeting of the new year on Monday evening, January 14. Since this was the first meeting of 2013, there was a lot of discussion including updates on the curriculum, current projects like the new science labs/track/road and the new principal…

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Junker named to Dean’s List at Saint Mary’s University

WINONA, MN — Jordan Junker of Glenwood City, daughter of Jaime and Maureen Junker, was named to the first semester, 2012-13 Dean’s List at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. The list includes 341 undergraduate students who earned a grade point average of 3.60 or better on a 4.0 scale.

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Card of Thanks – the family of Bernice Klatt – 1-16-13

The family of Bernice Klatt would like to thank family and friends for the condolences, food brought to the house, the cards with words of comfort and remembrances of our mom and grandma, the flowers in her favorite color – red, and most of all, the hugs reminding us that we are not alone.

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Glenhaven/Havenwood Happenings – 1-16-13

Last week the activities included Catholic communion, the Heutmaker Band, exercises, manicures, resident council, bingo with Holy Cross, card club, Catholic mass, and table games.  This week on Sunday there was Catholic communion, Ray McCarthy’s birthday party, and church with Christ the King Lutheran.

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City Council asked opinion on sale of Co. health care land

GLENWOOD CITY — The city council was asked if they had an opinion about selling county owned land at the health care facility near New Richmond. The land was once called the county farm and is about 475 acres in size. County Board member Brian Hurtgen appeared at the monthly council meeting of January 7…

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