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Queen Anne’s lace goes to seed along Highway 61 near Frontenac Station. An invasive species, the native plant of Europe, North Africa and Asia grows along roadsides across the United States. Queen Anne’s lace or daucus carota is a threat to recovering grasslands and can be persistent on clay soils, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. (Republican Eagle photo by Anne Jacobson) 1 / 5
A stretch of dry weather continues to stress the corn crop, and this field at the junction of Highways 61 and 19 has been harvested for silage, leaving just a few stalks in the center - food for deer? — Photo by Dave Ender 2 / 5
Nickelson Painting gave the semaphores a fresh cover of yellow Monday at Highway 61 and Bench Street in Red Wing.-- Republican Eagle photo by Anne Jacobson 3 / 5
The paddleboat "Queen of the Mississippi" made a stop at Levee Park this weekend. — Photo by Jerry Zimmer 4 / 5
These beautiful flowers are in full bloom in this Red Wing backyard, thanks to the loving and tender care by Joe. — photo by Barb Goggin5 / 5

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