STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Students learn about 'Law and Order' and about law and order
By Danielle Killey
State Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Gildea has seen a lot of "Law and Order."
I love it, I watch it constantly, it has nothing to do with real life, she told more than 600 Rose... Posted on 5/6/13 at 5:58 PM
Many people know the Anderson House as the “Cat House” in Wabasha, because of the cats the innkeepers rented to their guests who want them. It was also the oldest continuously run hotel in Minnesota — actually, west of the Mississippi — built in 1856 by B. F. Hurd and purchased in 1896 by the Anderson Family.
Since the start of the school year coincides with the arrival of a new group of artists and writers in residence at the Anderson Center at Tower View, young students will be the focus of community service activities this month.
Exhibits of images by National Geographic photographer Jim Brandenburg, Norwegian wood carvings by Philip Deraas of Wanamingo, and woven wheat and grass baskets by Beth Keller of Lake City represent a few of the diverse art forms being featured this year at the Summer Celebration of the Arts on July 12 at the Anderson Center.
In celebration of Minnesota Archaeology Week, the Anderson Center at Tower View is hosting an archaeology presentation by Dr. Ronald Schirmer at 7 p.m. May 8, at 7 p.m. He will present the results of a new high-precision radiocarbon dating project for the Red Wing Locality.
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