STAFF BLOG FLASH FROM THE PAST The Old Ferry on the Mississippi River at Red Wing
1863Red Wing: The first movementto secure communication with the Wisconsin shore, aside from skiffs, was inaugurated this year when Frank Ives organized a company to operate a ferry. It was a... Posted on 3/26/12 at 11:00 AM
RED WING POTTERY COLLECTOR Making Kraut in a Red Wing Crock
It is that time of the year when the RWCS office starts getting calls about using Red Wing crocks to make pickles and sauerkraut. Most of the calls to the office ask about cleaning, repair, weighting ... Posted on 9/3/11 at 11:41 AM
Red Wing City Council Red Wing City Council approved a $200,000 transfer of taxpayer money from its coffers to the Port Authority on Monday, a measure aimed at helping the struggling economic development agency pay its bills in 2010.
Mike Pagel hustles out of Burnside Elementary's multi-use room at 8:45 a.m. with a video camera in hand. Pagel is one of two Burnside teachers behind a daily news program that started last week at the school.
The battle to save Red Wing's students in poverty continues to wage.
Programs and community partnerships continue to strengthen, Supt. Stan Slessor said Thursday — one day after the U.S. Census Bureau released new figures for students living in poverty.
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