News

  • MINNEWASKA HOMECOMING 2020

    | Published on September 28, 2020 at 11:38am CDT

    Minnewaska Area High School’s (MAHS) Homecoming week will be held Oct. 5-9. The 30th annual MAHS Homecoming week will kick off with coronation on Oct. 5 at 2:15 p.m. Pictured, in the running for Homecoming Queen are (left to right): Rylee Metz, Kristen Glover, Bailey Schoen, Sydney Hagen, Avery Hoeper, Makena Panitzke, Mikayla Martin and… Read More

  • Early voting is in full swing

    | Published on September 28, 2020 at 11:33am CDT

    With the start of the 2020 general election season, the Pope County Auditor/Treasurer’s Office provided the latest, accurate information regarding voting and elections this fall. Absentee Voting at the Pope County Courthouse Absentee voting in Minnesota started on Friday, Sept. 18. In person absentee voting in Pope County is available at the Pope County Courthouse… Read More

  • Grades 7-8 revert back to hybrid model

    | Published on September 28, 2020 at 11:33am CDT

    By Celeste Rapp news@pctribune.com The past week and a half at Minnewaska Area Schools (MAS) showed that things can change quickly during a COVID-19 pandemic. It was announced on Sept. 16 in a letter to families from interim superintendent Rick Ellingworth that seventh and eighth grade students at MAS and WIN Academy would be attending… Read More

  • American Solutions for Business Hosts Virtual PromoShow

    | Published on September 28, 2020 at 11:32am CDT

    American Solutions for Busines (ASB), of Glenwood, recently hosted a virtual tradeshow, American PromoShow, hosting 62 supplier exhibitors and nearly 200 ASB sales associate and team member attendees. The 6-hour event was run in partnership with PromoCorner and their proprietary platform, PromoShow. Attendees were able to visit in virtual supplier booths via chat or video… Read More

  • City of Glenwood is flushing hydrants

    | Published on September 28, 2020 at 11:32am CDT

    The City of Glenwood will be flushing hydrants again this week (Sept. 28–Oct. 2).  City residents may notice discolored or cloudy water during this time.  If this occurs, simply run the water until it clears.  The city’s Public Works Department thanks residents for their patience during this process.

  • Intersection in Starbuck will remain closed to Teigen St.

    | Published on September 28, 2020 at 11:31am CDT

    With utility work mostly done on TH28 east week in Starbuck, work will begin this week on shaping the street so that concrete work can be started later this week as part of the Starbuck Complete Streets project. Last week workers completed installing sanitary sewer and storm sewer lines along the street between Teigen Street… Read More