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Republicans should be wary of flinging around the “M” word. They have no clear mandate. Regardless of the fact that the GOP will hold the presidency, the U.S. Senate and...
Sen. Al Franken’s staff will be at Red Wing Ignite, 419 Bush St., 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 as part of his Advancing Career Pathways Tour, which is designed to...
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is closing a 1970s-era fish hatchery because of failing infrastructure and excessive energy consumption. The French River Hatchery, located on Lake Superior north of Duluth, needs $8 million in capital investment to address failing equipment. It also consumes 10 percent of the energy used by the entire agency statewide. Fisheries Chief Don Pereira said energy inefficiency and costly repairs make it necessary to close the hatchery, but the remaining fish production will continue elsewhere.
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The Red Wing Human Rights Commission will hold a special meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 in the City Hall council chambers to discuss the Human Rights Symposium, Government Alliance...
On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the Goodhue County Historical Society will present "A Trip Down the Historic Cedar River Water State Trail" as part of History Break. The Water/Ways twist will run from noon to 1 p.m. featuring Tim Ruzek, educator and water plan coordinator for the Mower County Soil and Water Conservation District. History Break is free and open to the public. "A Trip Down the Historic Cedar River Water State Trail" will take guests on a historical journey of the Cedar River and how it has influenced Mower County and southern Minnesota.
ZUMBROTA — Collective Unconscious, along with an 18-piece orchestra, brings the classic Simon & Garfunkel album "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to the stage. Sponsored by Crossings, the performance is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at the State Theatre.
Mike Goggin and Barb Haley have entered the rapid ramp-up to Jan. 3, when they join the Minnesota Legislature. While they have been preparing for this day since announcing their candidacies — Goggin for state Senate last summer and Haley for House in February — they switched from would-be lawmakers to senator-elect and representative-elect with Tuesday's election results. The grueling campaign has ended, so the genuine work begins.
I am, admittedly, and old white guy. I am not angry at anyone. I believe immigrants are, and always have been, our country's greatest strength. They should be welcomed and nourished, not feared. I think women should be respected as equal partners, not objectified. They should not have old white guys like me making their decisions for them. You and I should be able to practice our religions, or lack thereof, as we choose but not dictate to each other what to believe. Diversity is to be celebrated. We all prosper the most when more of us, including worldwide, prosper.
In November 2015, Red Wing composer and recording artist Neal A. Topliff surprised his fans by releasing a 14-song fingerstyle acoustic guitar CD called "Sacred Moments." He made many new fans with his guitar playing and while his loyal listeners enjoyed his guitar work, they expressed a strong desire to hear more original piano music as well. Topliff decided to feature both the piano and the guitar in his latest CD.