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I might have been crazy, but well worth the bitter cold to get this spectacular sunset this evening (Tuesday Jan. 28.) Photo by Jerry Zimmer1 / 5
Ric Claydon aka Chamber Ambassador of the Year is blowing the snow from his sidewalk in front of Claydons Hallmark. As of 10 a.m. this morning, Red Wing has received 6 inches of snow. (Some here at the Republican Eagle say we have received more than 6 inches.) Photo by our very own Joni Juliar.2 / 5
Did you know...Unlike most owls, which are nocturnal, snowy owls are diurnal—they hunt and are active both day and night. Only the males are completely white. Chicks are dark and spotted, while the females are white with spots on their wings. This photo of a snowy owl was taken just north of Red Wing by Vermilion, MN. Photo by Troy Hattemer3 / 5
This photo was taken last Sunday at the corner of Highways 61 and 19, or did it just look like it was at the Artic Circle? Photo by Paul Kramp.4 / 5
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