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Today Peace vigil, 4:30-5:30 p.m., John Rich Park. Social Singles, 6 p.m., Joe's Valley, rural Ellsworth. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., AA clubroom above Elks. Saturday Tax assistance, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Red Wing Public Library. Soar with the Eagles Festival, 10 a.m., Wabasha. Alcoholics Anonymous, 10:30 a.m. and 8 p.m., AA clubroom above Elks Club. Red Wing Singers, 3 p.m.
The city's promotional partnership with the Red Wing Area Chamber of Commerce ended this morning when the City Council voted to discontinue the 8-year-old agreement. The move came four days after the council voted to terminate its lease with the chamber at the train depot on Levee Street. During a special meeting, the council voted 5-1 with no discussion to terminate the promotional agreement. President Steve Castner made the motion, and Joe Krueger made the second.
Red Wing's Mike Adolph rolled an 803 series at Nybo's Lanes. Adolph accomplished the feat Thursday night during the Central League at Nybo's. It was his first career 800 series. Adolph's high game Thursday night was a 279. In his first game, Adolph rolled a 265. He tossed a 259 in the second game and finished strong with the 279.
BOYS BASKETBALL Zumbrota-Mazeppa 70, Lake City 45
Residents across the nation deserve to find out the results of the presidential election on a timely and reasonable basis. Legislation under consideration threatens to keep Wisconsin residents in the dark -- at the whim of election officials. Assembly bill 113 proposes that clerks withhold from public inspection records of the canvass of the presidential election until 10 o'clock that night. The consequences are clear for the public.
Red Wing's Al Harteneck threw his 10th perfect game Wednesday night. Harteneck bowled the perfecto in the Businessmen's League at Nybo's Lanes. It was his third game of the night. He scored a 245 and 236 in his first two games to finish with a 781 series, which was the high series of the night. The 45-year-old now has 10 perfect games on his resume.
ST. PAUL -- Allowing more nuclear waste to be stored in Minnesota either is good for business or is nuclear racism, depending upon who does the analysis. The dispute's two sides on Wednesday began debating a House bill to allow Xcel Energy to store more nuclear waste at its Prairie Island and Monticello plants. Discussion will continue Tuesday, and maybe Wednesday, on a bill written by Rep. Torrey Westrom, R-Elbow Lake.
Hospice memorials Red Wing Regional Hospice received donations in memory of Norman Gilbertson, Joannie Pittinger, Molly Stephenson, Judith Atlee, John Patrick Murphy and Richard Wettern. For information, call 385-3410.
AMBULANCE RUNS Wednesday: Nicole Wohlers from 24219 Highway 61 Blvd. to Fairview Red Wing Medical Center, 6:38 a.m.; no transport from Highway 58 and Danielson Drive, 4:51 p.m.; Lois Gates from Seminary Home to hospital, 7:50 p.m.; Nathan Taylor from 1977 Chokya St. to hospital. Today: Nathan Taylor from hospital to St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, 1:20 a.m.; Marya Tomczik from hospital to St. Marys, 3:56 a.m. BUILDING PERMITS Residential: George Haugen, 1948 W.
Jail book-ins Sunday Bryce Suess, 22, Grand Meadow, Minn., by Red Wing police, first-degree property damage, theft, possession of burglary tools, driving after revocation. Monday Steven Back, 19, Racine, Wis., by Red Wing police, property damage, theft, attempted theft, possession of burglary tools. Matthew Fromdahl, 19, Rochester, by Red Wing police, property damage, theft, attempted theft, possession of burglary tools. Timothy Lange, 38, address unknown, by Dakota County, warrant for theft by check, issuance of dishonored check; released.