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Today Fresh Art tour, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Pepin County. Monroe Crossing, 8 p.m., Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota. Folk music with Sue Shockey, 7-9 p.m., Rhythm & Brew, Lake City. Stone Mill Dinner Theater presents "Chicks," dinner at 7 p.m., play at 8 p.m., Cannon Falls. Cannon Falls High School presents "The Wizard of Oz," 7:30 p.m., Cannon Community Center. Blue Moon After Hours presents Paul Jones, Tim Fast and Karl Burke, 7:30 p.m. "The Staggerford Murders," 8 p.m., Jon Hassler Theater, Plainview. Sunday Fresh Art tour, noon-
At Fairview Red Wing: April 27, 2003 Tyler Michael was born Sunday to Shannon and Jeff Hanson of Welch. May 12, 2003 Kelly Kristina Rustand was born Monday to Kari Deutsch and Leroy Rustand of Red Wing. At Lake City Hospital: May. 7, 2003 Gracie L. was born Wednesday to Doris and Todd Pierson of Lake City. May 12, 2003 Evan James was born Monday to Jennifer and Bill Halpaus of Lake City.
Today Peace vigil, 4:30-5:30 p.m., John Rich Park. Syttende Mai supper, 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Lands Lutheran Church, rural Zumbrota. Audubon Ark concert, 6-8 p.m., Levee Park. Social Singles, 6:30 p.m., the Bluffs. Cannon Falls High School students present "The Wizard of Oz," 7:30 p.m., Cannon Community Center. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., AA clubroom above Elks Club. Saturday Syttende Mai celebration, Wanamingo. Great Minnesota Morel Festival, 8 a.m. at Levee Park, 2:30 p.m.
Look and listen. That's what Jon Stravers, better known as Hawk, told a group of sixth-graders from Twin Bluff Middle School on Thursday morning after they departed Levee Park and headed slowly down the Mississippi River.
BASEBALL Red Wing 9, Northfield 8 Goodhue 9, Fillmore Central 5 Spring Valley 3, Pepin 1 SOFTBALL Northfield 3, Red Wing 2 Zumbrota-Mazeppa 13, Kasson-Mantorville 4 Lyle-Pacelli 8, Goodhue 3 Concordia Academy 3, Cannon Falls 0 Pepin 3, Spring Valley 2 Glenwood City 14, Plum City 9 TENNIS Red Wing 4, Owatonna 3
Tennis is supposed to be a relaxing, stress-free sport. But things were awfully tense during the boys Section 1AA meet Thursday at Red Wing High School. The No. 2 Wingers knew the meet against No. 3 Owatonna would be close. But not this close. Through five matches, the Wingers trailed 3-2. But shortly after, Red Wing's Stefan Voigt notched a win at No. 3 singles to knot the meet, 3-3. That left only Joe Bluhm out on the court for all the marbles. Bluhm, playing at No.
FIRE CALLS Thursday: false alarm at S.B. Foot Tanning Co., 1835 Bench St.; 8:35 a.m. RIVER TRAFFIC Wednesday: Jennie K., 12 barges, up, 12:01 a.m.; James W. Buky, 12 barges, up, 9:30 a.m.; Bill Carneal, 12 barges, down, 5:06 p.m. TRAFFIC COURT The following cases of area residents were processed in Goodhue County District Court. Fines do not necessarily include surcharges or other fees imposed by the court. April 28: Rene Hafkenscheid, 147 E.
It's one thing for a mom to check up on a teen-age boy at a friend's house. But it's another thing if that call happens during "movie night," at which point it is pure humiliation. Movie night is a ritual at the house of Dave and Peggy Broze, current and former assistant coaches with the Red Wing High School track team. The Brozes have opened their home to the boys' distance runners every Monday night since August for a movie and sundaes. After practice, the boys head to Godfather's for supper and then make a dash to Brozes by 7 p.m.
A city committee is recommending that the Red Wing City Council accept an offer to purchase the historic train depot on Levee Street. The Depot Negotiation Committee on Wednesday said it will recommend that the city sell the depot to the Red Wing Area Fund for $128,000 the same price the city paid the railroad in 1990 when it bought the depot. Subsequently the city sold the building, then in disrepair, to the Area Fund for $1.
Cannon Falls baseball A headline on Wednesday's sports page was incorrect. Zach Montgomery is a baseball player for Cannon Falls, not Kenyon-Wanamingo. The headline should have read that Montgomery tossed a win "over" -- and not "for" -- Kenyon-Wanamingo. We're sorry for the error.