Wolverine baseball team tops LSH

Jake Schmidt struckout a dozen while Hunter Stearns and Caleb Dose delivered key extra base hits Thursday as the Wolverine baseballers upended Le Sueur-Henderson 7-1 in Gaylord. “We played much better today than on Monday,” Sibley East head coach Dan Hoefs said.  “Jake got some big strikeouts in key situations to stop Le Sueur-Henderson threats. …

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A whole Nu World!

Tyler Kratzke, a graduate of Sibley East, published his first issue in a series of comics he has developed. A feature story on Kratzke and his Nu World Comics will appear in the April 22, 2021 edition of the Gaylord Hub.

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Presentations are planned at Immanuel Lutheran School and Sibley East Middle School/High School in upcoming days. Immanuel Lutheran School will be presenting a Mission Possible gospel drama on Sunday, April 18th. It will be held at the Church. Sibley East Middle School/High School performers are planning to present Mamma Mia on Saturday, April 24th For…

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SE Track teams off to a great start

It was a handful of first place finishes for Sibley East’s track teams Thursday in a season opening competition at Arlington. The Lady Wolverines won eight events, including three relays on Thursday. It was a dandy dozen for the Wolverine boys in Thursday’s track meet combined to win 12 events in the four team event.…

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Gaylord bowlers among top finishers

A few Gaylord bowlers were among the top finishers this past month in El Toro Bowl’s 60th Annual Handicap Tournament. Veteran kegler Mark Soeffker headlined the list of Gaylord bowlers who had success. For more news, subscribe to The Gaylord Hub. Click to subscribe

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Islanders to return many of their veterans

Like many other activities, it’s back to normal for Gaylord’s amateur baseballers. The Islanders held an official practice Sunday in preparation for their 2021 campaign. Gaylord is scheduled to open the season on Sunday, April 25th against Brownton. That contest will be played in Gaylord. Game time is slated for 2:00 p.m. For more news,…

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Out with the mulch, in with the pea rock

Improvements in the playground area at the City Park continued Tuesday morning. A crew from Rickert Excavating was removing wood mulch and will be replacing it with pea rock. More on this project will be published in the April 22nd issue of The Gaylord Hub.

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CSAH 6 Flood Project update on tap

Sibley County Commissioners are scheduled to receive an update on the CSAH 6 Flood Project Tuesday, April 13, at a County Board Work Session, scheduled following the regular board meeting. Tim Becker, Sibley County Public Works Director, reports the county is working on the flood mitigation project and the existing bridge over High Island Creek…

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Six applicants so far for City Administrator

It was reported last week that there are currently six candidates for Gaylord’s City Administrator post. Gaylord has been without an administrator since Lory Young’s resignation in December, 2020. A couple months later, the council hired South Central Service Cooperative (SCSC) to assist in the search process. For more news, subscribe to The Gaylord Hub.…

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