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Human Rights Commission Chair Scott Bender and Mayor Dan Bender presented Lucy Richardson with the annual Amos Owen Award for her work with Hispanic Outreach. Since 2001, the award has...
Some people adhere to a strict chronology for the sale of holiday merchandise: jack-o’-lanterns in October, cornucopia filled with spoils of the harvest in November and boughs of holly for...
A 22-year-old Corcoran, Minnesota man was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 135 days credit and 15 years of supervised probation for a months-long sexual relationship he maintained with a victim younger than 15. Joseph Raymond Prasch plead guilty in a Goodhue County District Court Sept. 30 to third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim between the ages of 13 and 15, who was at least 24 months younger than the defendant.
Congressional candidate Paula Overby organized her campaign around a central goal to "make politics friendly again." In her second run for Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District, the Independent Party candidate hopes to challenge the bipartisan political process.
John Becker, owner of Red Wing Framing & Fine Art, and Adam Gettings, a local entrepreneur who was instrumental in the foundation of several Silicon Valley companies, will vie Nov. 8 for a seat on City Council representing Ward 2. The Republican Eagle asked both candidates five questions. Here were their responses. Name: John Becker Age: 60 Address: 1716 W. Fifth St. Occupation: Small-business owner; Red Wing Framing & Fine Art Printing (15 years) Education: Bachelor of Science mechanical engineering, University of Minnesota
The Goodhue County 4-H Dairy Judging Team took top honors Monday at the 2016 World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis., The annual event in brings in cattle from as far as Mexico, Canada and South America. The team, coached by Tony and Maizie Scheffler, consists of Emily Benrud of Goodhue, Tess Hokanson of Cannon Falls, Clint Irrthum of Wanamingo and Ben Thompson of Zumbrota. The team won by just two points over Wisconsin, placing first overall with 2,096 points, second team oral reasons with 676 points, first Brown Swiss, third Jersey third Guernsey and fourth Ayrshire.
Voters in Red Wing Ward 1 will choose between City Council candidates Kim Beise and Thomas Day during the general election Nov. 8. Ward 1 residents elected Beise during a special election in May to replace council member Jason Sebion. Beise ran as the sole candidate. His current term will expire in January 2017. Ward 1 candidates did not appear on the primary ballot Aug. 9 because only two candidates filed for the seat. The Republican Eagle asked each candidate four questions about their issues affecting the community. Kim Beise
A section of Grace Street between Stanley and 12th Streets will close Oct. 6 for repairs to a water main break. The closure is expected to last three days until...
Steven Larson of Red Wing thought he'd won $10,000 from a Diamond Crossword scratch ticket he'd purchased from the Main Street Freedom Valu Center a couple months ago. A Sept. 29 trip to the Minnesota Lottery office in Owatonna to claim his winnings, however, revealed the ticket was actually worth $100,000. Prizes worth more than $30,000 must be claimed at the Lottery's headquarters in Roseville — a trip Larson said was "well worth the drive." To celebrate his winnings, Larson said he planned to buy "a big steak to grill."
Nursing facility infrastructure, senior care staff shortages and access to telemedicine — the use of telecommunication to provide health care — were among the topics House and Senate Candidates for district discussed Thursday during a public forum on senior health care at St. Crispin Living Community Villa.