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Red Wing resident Ronald Seymour won $20,000 Wednesday, Sept. 28, while playing the $200,000 Payday game from the Main Avenue American Valu Center. According to a release from Minnesota Lottery, lottery winnings throughout the state have totaled up to $6.5 billion. A total of $2.6 billion in proceeds fund education, environmental preservation, public health and human resource efforts in Minnesota.
The next week may be a good time for cardholders with the Red Wing Public Library to check out the thick tomes they've been meaning to read. A 10-day closure starting Wednesday, Oct. 5, to accommodate repainting and carpet replacement will push back due dates until after the library's reopening Oct. 17. The book drop will remain open for returns throughout the project.
ELECTION 2016 GOODHUE — More than 20 neighbors, farmers and local business owners gathered at Buck's Unlimited dairy farm Thursday, Sept. 22 for a visit with Republican congressional candidate Jason Lewis. Known for his career in radio, Lewis vies with Democrat Angie Craig for Minnesota's 2nd District, which encompasses Goodhue, Dakota, Scott and Wabasha counties as well as parts of Washington and Rice counties.
St. Crispin Living Community Villa will host a community forum with house and senate candidates in from District 21 2-3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29 in the St. Crispin Living Community Villa dining room. The forum, sponsored by the Long-Term Care Imperative, will focus on the future of senior care services in Minnesota. Each candidate will provide a brief background on themselves and their reasons for seeking office. A moderator will then ask related questions and field audience-submitted questions. This event is free and open to the public.
Growing up in Rosemount, Minnesota, Luke Haeg didn't realize he lived within 30 miles of a nuclear generating plant. Today, his comprehension of nuclear power generation encompasses nearly every aspect of operations at the Prairie Island nuclear plant, where he serves as senior resident inspector for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Rural broadband access, environmental policy and the 2018 farm bill were among the topics congressional candidate Angie Craig discussed with farmers Monday as part of her Supporting Family Farms tour. She stopped at three family farms in Minnesota's 2nd District, which encompasses Goodhue, Dakota, Scott and Wabasha counties as well as parts of Washington and Rice counties. The tour, Craig said, aimed to connect with families on small farms, whom she said critical role in the state's economy.
From Highway 58, motorists would hardly notice the construction underway on the Red Wing Community Solar Garden. Located on a former cornfield tucked just beyond Red Wing High School, the...
The cordial discourse among Minnesota House and Senate candidates may have disappointed those hoping for political head-butting at the League of Women Voters candidate forum Wednesday, but a disagreement over the right to film offered attendees a spectacle to precede the forum. The forum started about 15 minutes late after Red Wing police asked Reilly Griffin of Shoreview, Minnesota, to leave the forum.
A 25-year career in fire and emergency medical services has situated Shannon Draper in a variety of roles around the world. A volunteer firefighting position after high school sparked his...
Red Wing Police Chief Roger Pohlman remembers learning of Jacob Wetterling’s abduction in 1989 while stationed in Germany during his service with U.S. Air Force Security Police. His family had...