For the first time in six years, there was a boost of construction in the City of Gaylord. City Council members, last month, received the City of Gaylord’s 2007 building permit report. It revealed an increase in total valuation...
Sibley East's Board of Education, Monday night, renewed its lease with the City of Gaylord for the use of Walsh Field. As part of the five-year lease agreement, the school district will pay the city $1,000 annually, the same...
Forty-one cases were investigated by the Medical Examiner's Office in 2006, according to a report presented to County Commissioners by Forensic pathologist Dr. Janis C. Amatuzio. 2006 was the first year Sibley County was under the jurisdiction of Amatuzio...
A race has developed for New Auburn City Council. Three people have filed for two positions. Craig Lowden is challenging incumbent candidates Mike Hauan and Jim Stark for City Council. Long-time New Auburn mayor Roger Becker is unopposed for the...
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...
Two parties are now interested in the city-owned Entegris building in the Gaylord Industrial Park. City Administrator Lonny Johnson told the Gaylord Economic Development Authority Monday that the first party will be given a second tour of the building...
State Trooper Scott Kuphal of Gaylord was among several citizens and law enforcement officers recognized at the State Patrol's annual awards presentation April 20. Kuphal was among troopers recognized with the Life Saving Award, presented to members of the...
"We need to keep our police department!" That was the overwhelming message from audience members Wednesday as Gaylord’s City Council fielded concerns about the possibility of outsourcing law enforcement services. Two months ago, Gaylord Mayor Doug Quast reported that...
Sibley County will begin redetermining benefits on five ditch systems, once harvest is completed this fall. County Commissioners, Tuesday, approved an agreement with Ron Ringquist to provide consulting services for the redetermination of ditch benefits project. Work is expected...

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Youngsters from several daycares in Gaylord had a Halloween Parade for residents of Oak Terrace Health Care Center Friday morning. Above, resident Helen Hardel passed out candy to the children.