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Congratulations to Dennis Gwost of Little Falls, winner of the Goin' Hunting Giveaway! He won a gun with scope, gun case and a $100 gift certificate from The General Store/Guns Galore in Downtown Osakis and from Long Prairie Fleet Supply, a blaze orange parka, 2 man 18' deer stand, a game camera and ammo. Good Hunting!


Exciting News!!! You can now, not only hear Hometown Radio KEYL on AM 1400, but you can also listen to us on FM 103.1.


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Latest News 

Baby Death Investigated

Authorities in central Minnesota are investigating the death of an infant. According to the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office, a person called 911 around 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, to report that a baby was found unresponsive at a residence in Crow Wing Township, south of Brainerd.Deputies and North Memorial Ambulance rushed to the scene and attempted life-saving measures, but the infant was pronounced dead after being transported to Essentia Health, St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd. A cause of death is being investigated by the Crow Wing County investigators and the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office.More information is expected to be released at a later date.


Hot and Run

On Wednesday afternoon (11-13-2019) at 2:06 pm the Todd county sheriff’s office received a call of a hit and run accident that happened at the St Joseph Cemetery at 20932 County 20, rural Clarissa. Sometime after 4:30 am Wednesday morning a 2006 to 2013 model Chevrolet Impala was westbound when it went off the roadway and hit the fence at the cemetery. There was damage to the fence and the suspect vehicle left the scene. The vehicle sustained damage to the driver’s side front. The incident remains under investigation. If you have information regarding the incident, please call the TCSO at 1-800-794-5733.



State Patrol Responds to 240 Crashes

The Minnesota State Patrol responded to 243 crashes Wednesday as snow dusted parts of the state. The State Patrol says only 24 people were injured in the 243 crashes, all of which occurred between 9 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. In addition to the crashes, troopers responded to another 32 spinouts on Minnesota roads during that time.Conditions were such that the small amount of snow did stick to Minnesota roads for a few hours Wednesday, leading to the crashes around the Twin Cities metro area.




State Patrol says Pack These Items

Minor accumulations can lead to major headaches. Light snow on Wednesday afternoon led to numerous reports of crashes on roadways throughout southeastern Minnesota. Slowing down will help reduce your chances of ending up in the ditch but doesn't necessarily guarantee that you won't.We hope you never get stranded in subzero temps, but the possibility of that happening exists each winter in Minnesota. The Minnesota State Patrol says this is the time to check your winter survival kit. They say you should pack these 16 items in your car in case of an emergency:

1:Bag of abrasive material (sand, salt, cat litter) or traction mats

2:Snow shovel

3:Flashlight with extra batteries

4:Window washer solvent

5:Ice scraper with brush

6:Cloth or roll of paper towels

7:Jumper cables

8:Tow chain or rope

9:Extra warm clothing (gloves, hats, scarves)


11:Warning devices (flares or triangles)

12:Drinking water

13:Non-perishable snacks for both human and pet passengers

14:First-aid kit

15: Basic toolkit (screwdrivers, pliers, adjustable wrench)

16:Mobile phone and car charger per-programmed with rescue apps and important phone numbers including family and emergency servicesIf stranded, stay in the vehicle and call 911. At night, keep your dome light on and activate the vehicle’s emergency flashers. You can always get real time road-conditions on our mobile app's main menu.


Todd County Sheriff

During the week of November 3rd through November 9th, the Todd County Sheriff's Office responded to 179 calls for service. The following were the types of calls: 49 traffic stops, 9 civil process, 6 suspicious activity type complaints, 7 assist other agencies, 2 traffic complaints, 3 disturbances/domestics, 13 car/deer accidents, 9 accidents, 4 welfare checks, 4 trespassing complaints, and 4 farm animals out complaints. Todd County Dispatch received 140 - 911 Calls during the week


Upcoming Local Events & KEYL/KXDL Events

Christmas Open House

You're invited to the Festival of Christmas Trees and Bake Sale on Wednesday December 4th from 1 - 4pm at the Todd County Museum. Open House, Bake Sale and Christmas Tree judging. Anyone interested in participating in the Christmas Tree contest, decorate your tree and bring it to the Todd County..


Eagle Bend Fire Dept Fundraiser

The 15th Annual Eagle Bend Fire Dept Smokehouse BBQ and Silent Auction will be held on Saturday, December 7th at the Eagle Bend Vets Club. Menu includes BBQ Ribs, slow smoked beef brisket, gourmet Mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, dinner roll and dessert. Dinner starts at 5 pm and goes until ..


Cool Christmas Cash 2019

Christmas Time's a comin! That Means Christmas shopping! You could use the extra cash! Hometown Radio AM1400 & FM103.1 KEYL and 99.7FM Hot Rod Radio bring you Cool Christmas Cash. It's your chance to win $1000.00 for Christmas! All you have to do is register today at one of these Cool Christ..


Grief Share Sessions in Long Prairie

Grief Share meets at Prairie Manor, 601 Central Avenue on Monday nights from 6p - 8:30pm, starting September 16th. This 14 week study will conclude on December 16th. These sessions are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Fran Thomas at 218-851-2377...



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