Featured News
  • courtw

    The Sibley East Public Schools and rural Gaylord resident Nathan Kranz are still waiting for a ruling from Sibley County District Court Judge Kevin Eide. The Sibley East Public Schools made a motion for civic …

    Keep Reading >>

    19 Jan 16
  • GaylordWaterTower

    In an effort to make snow removal more efficient, Gaylord City Councilors passed a new ordinance that says there is no parking allowed from November 1st until April 1st on any city street from 2 …

    Keep Reading >>

    19 Jan 16
  • theft

    Gaylord Police say they are still searching for a Casey’s employee who allegedly stole $2500 in cash and merchandise from the store. A warrant was issued for Joshua Campbell who has been charged with felony …

    Keep Reading >>

    19 Jan 16
  • Courtland House fire

    Everyone was able to escape a house fire that started early this morning on Main Street in Courtland. The house located on 216 Main Street was being rented by Stephanie Sanders and her 71-year-old grandmother. …

    Keep Reading >>

    19 Jan 16
  • New Ulm High School1

    After two bomb threats against New Ulm High School in less than a week, the district has implemented new safety rules. According to Superintendent Jeff Bertrang they have no reason to believe there is any …

    Keep Reading >>

    18 Jan 16
  • fatal  car crashw

    A 47-year-old Renville woman is dead and a Redwood Falls man is seriously injured after a collision early Sunday morning at the intersection of State Highway 7 and Kandiyohi County Road 7 near Prinsburg. The …

    Keep Reading >>

    18 Jan 16
  • Influenza

    The state health department says it has been a quiet flu season so far. Flu activity remains sporadic across the state. The Minnesota Department of Health’s update shows no outbreaks in schools or nursing homes. …

    Keep Reading >>

    18 Jan 16
  • Energy assistance

    Low-income Minnesotans may need help paying their heating bills now that the weather has turned brutally cold. Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman say energy assistance applications have been slightly down this heating season, possibly …

    Keep Reading >>

    18 Jan 16