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The sun shines on Madisyn Davis and Victoria Ellis as their mothers, MacKenzie Davis and Kendra Ellis, snap photos Tuesday morning before the first day of school at Sunnyside Elementary. (Republican Eagle photo by Anne Jacobson) 1 / 7
A large tree fell across the road to Memorial Park overnight. The Red Wing Public Works Department was quick to respond. (Submitted photo - Jeff Marcus)2 / 7
Recently the Culture Team at the Republican Eagle took a eagle viewing cruise on Rusty's River Rides. This is the contests winning entry, submitted by Angie Biron.3 / 7
George Haugen of Red Wing grew this sunflower and had 24 heads on this one plant. Did you know... The tallest Sunflower was grown in the Netherlands and was 25 ft 5 in. tall. Largest sunflower head was grown in British Columbia and was 32 inches across. Most sunflower heads on one sunflower plant grown in Michigan had 837 heads. Sunflower facts from National Sunflower Assoc. 4 / 7
Did you know...The tassel at the top of a corn stalk is the male flower. It releases millions of grains of pollen, and some of that pollen is caught by the corn silk on the ear, which is the female flower. There is one piece of silk for each kernel of corn. The average ear of corn has 500 to 1000 kernels, arranged in an even number of rows, typically 16. A corn stalk can grow 7 to 10 feet tall over its lifetime. Photo by Stacy Bengs Silverberg5 / 7
Because of their pest repelling qualities, marigolds an an invaluable flower for the vegetable garden. Plant them around the edges, to deter rabbits and with beans, to thwart the Mexican bean beetle. Photo by Stacy Bengs Silverberg6 / 7
Even when a Red Wing Shoe boot is worn out, it is still useful. Here it is repurposed as a planter. Photo by Stacy Bengs Silverberg7 / 7

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