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Police car crash

There was a crash involving a Gaylord Police Department squad Thursday afternoon on the east edge of town.  According to Gaylord Police Chief Charlie Eichten, officer Corey Pudil was conducting a traffic stop when his patrol car was rear-ended.  Pudil was in his patrol car at the time of the collision.  Eichten said Pudil hit…

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New park name

Gaylord’s City Council approved a new name for the park.  Find out what it is by reading this week’s issue of The Gaylord Hub.

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Sheriff dispatch outsourcing

The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office is looking into the possibility outsourcing dispatch services.  Sheriff Pat Nienaber emphasized that he hopes the outsourcing is never needed, but wants to be prepared in case of an emergency.  Read more in the January 13th edition of The Hub.

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Unvaccinated SE staff must mask, test

Following OSHA guidelines, Sibley East’s School Board has mandated masks and weekly testing for staff members who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine.    For more on the decision, see this week’s edition of The Hub.

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End of an era!

Willie Dummer, long-timer owner/operator of Willie’s Trim & Style, has sold his business.  See this week’s Hub for more information.

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Interest shown in vacant school building

Gaylord’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) learned Monday that a housing developer is interested in a portion of the vacant school building which, at one point, was tabbed for a medical school.  More details will be published soon in The Hub.

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Change of ownership

Monarch Healthcare Management is in the process of acquiring the Oak Terrace senior living facility/nursing home in Gaylord.   Dennis Hood, one of the Oak Terrace developers, confirmed the sale Wednesday morning.  Plans are to have the change of ownership final by January 31st of 2022.  More information on the ownership change will be published…

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