Lake Titloe

Lake Titloe

News pertaining to Lake Titloe and the Lake Titloe Watershed.

An effort to rescue a wounded pelican on Lake Titloe Tuesday morning proved successful. The rescue team initially tried to capture the bird on the north shore of the lake. It eventually took a boat and a fishing net...
The City Council, last week, took another step in its effort to try to clean up Lake Titloe. The City Council unanimously approved seeking engineering proposals to replace the Lake Titloe dam. Greg DeVries, a member of the Lake Titloe...
Lake Titloe and the City’s park system emerged as Gaylord’s top strengths in a community visioning session held last week at American Lutheran Church. Pinpointing Gaylord’s strengths, challenges and opportunities was the task for more than 60 area residents...
An effort to improve the water quality in Lake Titloe continues. Gaylord City Council members and Sibley County Commissioners recently heard a presentation about the water quality issues with the lake. Testing by a Minnesota State University -...
Ducks on Lake Titloe may have delayed their migration Tuesday as central and northern Minnesota was blasted with a spring storm which dropped 4”-8” of snow. There were only flurries in the Gaylord area but gusty northwest winds and...
Will Lake Titloe be declared as impaired waters? That question may be answered next week when geologists from Minnesota State University, Mankato (MSU) report on recent testing. According to Jim Swanson, a member of the Lake Titloe committee, MSU water...
In a continued effort to clean up the lake, the Lake Titloe Committee updated Gaylord’s City Council last week on its plan to form subcommittees. Jim Swanson, a member of the Lake Titloe Committee, updated council members on the...
Work on determining how to improve the water quality in Lake Titloe will continue. Gaylord’s City Council, last week, approved a proposal to study, plan and develop design solutions to clean up the lake. Earlier this year, the City...
How much are two ditches flowing into Lake Titloe contributing to its poor water quality? That is a question geologists from Minnesota State University, Mankato (MSU) have tried to answer. Funded by a Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) grant,...
Recent winds and steady rain Tuesday wiped away a majority of the ice from Lake Titloe. The March 31st “ice out” date is approximately ten days earlier than normal, according to The Gaylord Hub records. A year ago, ice...