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Goodhue County commissioners rejected the city of Red Wing's request for an extension on tax-increment financing districts Tuesday. The city sought support for proposed state legislation to extend the decertification of three TIF districts two in downtown and another for the site of Food Service Specialties. The city still will pursue the legislation, but will do so without the County Board's backing. Red Wing School District previously supported a similar resolution. Commissioners Roseanne Grosso and Richard Samuelson supported the request.
Kristy Hanisch earned her first medalist honors of the season, firing a 41 Tuesday at Mississippi National to lead the Red Wing girls golf team over Lake City in a nonconference meet. The Wingers carded a team score of 173. Lake City finished at 184. Weather was close to ideal for much of the meet, but while the last few groups were finishing, the sky opened up. Red Wing was without senior Angie Hartmann, who will return next week from spring break.
To The Editor: A strong future for Greater Minnesota will be in jeopardy if budget proposals offered by the governor and Senate are passed. These proposals would severely restrict the ability of a city to use its limited tools (local property taxes and state-shared revenues) to provide services that create quality communities. Red Wing receives $1,199,100 in state-shared revenues and $10,817,300 in property taxes.
At Lake City Hospital: April 13, 2003 Austin Kyle was born Sunday to Christie and Daniel Dahlgren of Lake City.
St. John's/Frontenac Good Friday Communion worship will be at 7 p.m. Friday at St. John's Lutheran Church in Frontenac. Note time change. Support our troops Support our troops rally is planned from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday at East Avenue and Main Street.
A forecast calling for a chance of rain every day this week is good news for forestry officials and firefighters. Extreme dry conditions prompted the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to impose a ban Monday on burning in Goodhue County. First thing Monday morning the agency announced restrictions on "running fires," which are prescribed burns.
SHAKOPEE, Minn. --The Red Wing girls golf team won a Missota Conference meet Monday at Stonebrooke Golf Course in Shakopee, Minn. The Wingers shot 172 to take home the crown. Hutchinson finished second at 193. Prior Lake was third with a 194. "It was tough to score in that wind," Coach Mark Herzog said. "So I was pretty impressed with our score. That was not bad in these conditions. And there's a lot of trouble on that course." Katie Mettling blew away the field, firing a 37 and earning medalist honors. "That was Katie's career best for nine holes.
CANNON FALLS -- It's hard to keep the Edgewood Supper Club closed. Yet it's proven just as difficult for recent owners to hold onto the popular restaurant that has entertained diners on Highway 52 for the past half century. Its most recent incarnation was short lived after Dick Jacobson, who purchased the restaurant in late 2001, closed the restaurant and motel a year later.
To The Editor: I ask everybody in Minnesota to join me in writing their legislators and demand this session be done by the May 19 deadline. We cannot afford a special session. We all realize the budget decisions are very difficult, but they will be no easier in a special session. If the present legislators are not capable of finishing on time, then next election it's time to find people who are. Darrel "Bucky" Thomford Zumbrota
It's not every day that one of our fellow students can boast of appearing in the New York Times. On March 30, Afton Dahl, a sophomore at Red Wing High School, and her mother, Fran had their photo on the front page of the Sunday Styles section of The New York Times. Times reporter Elizabeth Hayt started her article (Surprise, Mom: I'm against abortion) by quoting Dahl who gave an anti-abortion speech in Ms. Jillynne Raymond's class last semester. "The editor of the Times found out that Red Wing was doing persuasive speeches. The editor talked to Ms.