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July 6th, 2016

Officers to focus on speeders during July

Seventy-eight people.
That’s more than an entire regular season NFL roster, more people than can fill up a passenger bus, and roughly the size of three elementary school classes.
Losing these people to tragedy would make headlines. In reality, speed played a role in crashes that killed that many people on Minnesota roads in 2015.

Wright, Lilienthal chosen for new MARL session

Thirty individuals have been selected to participate in the Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL) Program, Class IX.
Local candidates among the 30 selected for the program are Paul Wright of Hutchinson; and Christian Lilienthal, Arlington.
MARL is a dynamic two-year educational experience featuring nine three-day in-state seminars, a six-day national study seminar and a two-week international study seminar.

Sibley County courthouse reaches 100-year mark

In 1887, an effort began to move the Sibley County seat from Henderson to Gaylord.

Leadership program begins in Sibley County

Applications are being accepted for the 2016-2017 Leading Sibley Together Leadership Program.
With a mission to develop leadership by connecting people, businesses, and communities to create a stronger tomorrow, this program will launch for the first time this fall, offering a unique and exciting opportunity in Sibley County.

Glencoe Lions host Music in the Park

Trailblazer Transit honors volunteers

New Auburn celebrates the Fourth of July

Silver Lake hosts first Music in the Park concert

Blue Jays still on a hot streak

A nice night at the BMX park