Gaylord Area

Gaylord Area

News pertaining to the operations of Gaylord's local government.

New Police Chief

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...
A life-altering experience. That is how three Gaylord area residents described their experience in participating in a two-week mission trip to a Uganda orphanage. Mary Anderson, Leona DeVlaeminck, and Brad Strobel participated in a Global Aid Network mission trip...
City Administrator Kevin McCann reported this week that the City could save money by having the Sibley County Sheriff’s Department provide on-call coverage. According to McCann, City staff has approached the Sheriff’s Department about providing on-call coverage from 3:00...

Street project –

Gaylord’s Chamber of Commerce recognized Kathy and Dale Jensen with the Outstanding Service Award Saturday at the group’s Spring Fling event. The six-member Gaylord Girl Scout Troop #3074, consisting of Megan Bening, Chelsea Hahn, Hannah Larson, Sonja Sprandel, Alyssa...
There’s good news for Gaylord residents who will be assessed for the 2010 street and utility improvement project. The City, earlier this month, received a low bid of $2,025,441 for the project. That is approximately $500,000 less than...
Gaylord City Council members will be asked Wednesday (tonight) to adopt a tobacco-free policy for parks and recreational areas in the City. According to City Administrator Kevin McCann, the guiding principle in the tobacco-free proposal is to ensure that...
Chuck Klimmek was reelected president of Gaylord’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) at the group’s annual organizational meeting last week. According to Klimmek, Brenda Pautsch was elected vice president and Carl Wetzel was named secretary/treasurer. Other EDA members include Acting...
Despite a soggy month of June, Gaylord’s street and utility improvement project is progressing as planned. Work is “on schedule” or maybe even a little ahead of the projected timeline, according to project manager Justin Black of Short Elliott...