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COON RAPIDS, Minn. -- The Red Wing girls golf team had high hopes for the 2003 state Class AA meet. After winning two straight state titles, it would be hard to shoot for anything less. The Wingers certainly didn't disappoint on Tuesday.
SOFTBALL Regis 2, Pepin 1
LAKE CITY -- It had just opened a day earlier, May 20, but Skyline on Pepin -- formerly Waterman's -- already had taken on a new demeanor. The buzz of the lunch crowd signaled a revitalized atmosphere geared for local customers. It was nearly 10 years in the making, owner Duane Noreen said of his ownership of the 20-year-old restaurant, which has changed little in the dining area as the new owners refurbished the kitchen, replacing nearly all the equipment. Now Noreen has an 18-year lease with options and is intent on keeping the restaurant locally owned -- whether he turn
ELLSWORTH -- Six years after an accident during a school play rehearsal left her paralyzed, Tasha Schuh hopes her story will comfort and inspire young people facing their own challenges. Schuh, now just a semester short of a college degree, will speak June 8 at what organizers hope will become a regular program for area middle school and high school youth, college students and adults. The program -- which will begin at 7 p.m.
At Fairview Red Wing: May 20, 2003 Jenna Rose was born Tuesday to Lisa and Mike Brown of Lake City.
FIRE CALLS Sunday: crews responded at 6:14 p.m. to 1722 Spruce Drive; overheated washing machine motor. RIVER TRAFFIC May 23: Magnolia, 2 barges, up, 9:17 a.m.; Roberta Tabor, 12, down, 2:44 p.m.; Phyllis, 12, down, 7:34 p.m.; Peter Fanchi, 12, down, 9:40 p.m. May 24: W.T. Toutant, 12, up, 2:28 a.m.; Tom Frazier, 10, up, 1:08 p.m.; Prosperity, 15, up, 7:44 p.m.; Darin Adrian, 7, up, 11:43 p.m.; Tom Behringer, 16, up, 1 a.m.
The following cases of area residents were processed in Goodhue County District Court.
The Red Wing girls golf team has been ranked No. 1 in Class AA since the very first shot last season. For two years, the Wingers have held that top billing. And they're not about to relinquish it. The Wingers will shoot for their third straight Class AA crown Tuesday and Wednesday at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids, Minn. After losing seniors Mallery Voigt and Sam Braschler, many people were unsure how the Wingers would compete in 2003.
FRONTENAC -- Stopping halfway up a steep path overlooking the Mississippi River, Jane Shafland's comment probably echoed that of other weekend hikers. "This would not be for the faint of heart," said a half-joking Shafland, gazing up a shaded and winding trail at Frontenac State Park. Shafland and her husband, Dan, were among more than 150 groups who hiked, picnicked, watched birds and gazed at the river during an open house Sunday at the park. The event drew many visitors because permit fees were waived for the day, but it was curiosity that brought Dean Schaubhet
Three particular students at Red Wing High School are taking special pride in their work as they complete their year-long wood shop projects. Dave Glover's independent special education wood shop class, consisting of Jacob Allen, Shane Munsen and Chad Shafer, have completed a gliding porch bench, a nightstand and a gun cabinet. They are students with mild physical or mental disabilities who have passed intense safety classes and are experienced with various woodworking tools. "My goal was to get every kid in special ed into shop class," Glover said.