Sibley County

Sibley County

News pertaining to county-level government in Sibley County.

Sibley County has secured three grants to help fund the conversion from a 25 kilohertz to a 12.5 kilohertz or less radio system. Tom Phillips, Sibley County Emergency Management Director, told Commissioners last week that a $23,000 matching grant,...
It was a busy holiday weekend for City and County road maintenance crews as it started to snow here Wednesday evening and didn't stop until Sunday. Approximately 15 inches of snow fell in the Gaylord area. City Administrator Kevin McCann...
Sibley County Commissioners, last week, tabled until June 23 a decision whether or not to purchase a generator for the Sibley County Courthouse. Jon Suedbeck, owner of Sibley Electric Inc. of Gaylord, presented a proposal to County Commissioners. Suedbeck...
Sibley County Commissioners and the Sibley East Board of Education, this past week, approved resolutions allowing modifications to the Job Opportunity Building Zone (JOBZ) within the Green Isle Industrial Park. The modification will provide a transfer of about 30,000...
Supporters of the 94-mile Minnesota Prairie Line hope to convince the State Senate's Capital Investment Committee for funding to upgrade the rail line. Approximately 20 members of the committee stopped at United Farmers Cooperative in Winthrop last Tuesday afternoon....
By Harold Jackson, Company Clerk Korean War Club Thirty-six members of the Manthey-Asmus American Legion Post Last Man’s Clubs of World War II and the Korean War and their guests attended a joint banquet in Gaylord Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11-Veterans...
Sibley County will again be participating in an emergency preparedness drill. Allie Freidrichs, director of Sibley County Public Health, told commissioners last week that Sibley County will participate in a large south central Minnesota drill June 16 -27. The...
An investigation by the Sibley County Sheriff's Office and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has determined that the report of an abduction and assault of a juvenile female in Moltke Township Sept. 7 was false. On Sept. 7...
Despite the unseasonably wet weather recently, New Auburn's street project is slightly ahead of schedule, according to Al Hahn, resident project representative of SEH, Gaylord. All excavation has been completed, Hahn said, and 99% of the aggregate has been...