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A portion of the 1400 block of Old West Main Street closed to eastbound traffic Monday, June 26, for repairs to a collapsed storm sewer pipe. The work is expected to be completed by July 3, weather permitting, according to the city of Red Wing Public Works Department. Traffic will be detoured from Washington Street to Jackson Street. No truck traffic will be allowed through the detour. The affected road closure, parking stalls and driveway access will be reopened as soon as the repairs have been completed including the curb, gutter and blacktop repairs.
The Goodhue County Historical Society will host a summer-themed Free Family Fun Day noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 2. The day will include ice cream, art activities and free admission to explore exhibits. Kick off the Fourth of July early with a free scoop of Cedar Crest ice cream, a craft from ArtReach and unlimited access to the museum's exhibits. The event is supported by Xcel Energy. For more information, visit www.goodhuecountyhistory.org . Free Family Fun Day is free and open to the public.
Duluth Trading Company has announced the opening of its new retail store on Main Street in Red Wing. The store will hold a grand opening celebration Saturday, July 15, according to a news release June 28. The store is located at 307 Main Street.
I live with my family and raise fruits and vegetables in Oronoco, Minn. As a beginning farmer, I understand the need for access to credit and think that Farm Service Agency loans are critical to the farm economy, as they allow loans to be given to smaller or beginning farmer when banks don't want to lend to them. As a small farmer, I also see the need for these loans to have limits. Otherwise, banks would likely lend the entirety of the set pool of money to the largest farms over operations managed by small and beginning farmers like myself.
Mrs. Barbara Gilmore and Mr. Douglas Sanders are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kiah L. Sanders, to William N. Butler, formerly of Red Wing. William's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler of Red Wing. William's grandparents are Barbara and the late Donald Butler of Pella, Iowa, and the late Elaine and Dr. Robert Nelson of Cheyenne, Wyo. The ceremony was held Feb. 3, 2017, at the La Jolla Women's Club in La Jolla, Calif., with Reverend Grant officiating.
A portion of the 1400 block of Old West Main Street closed to eastbound traffic Monday, June 26, for repairs to a collapsed storm sewer pipe. The work is expected to be completed by July 3, weather permitting, according to the city of Red Wing Public Works Department.
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Motorists using Highway 52 at Cannon Falls will be stopped in both directions for 15-minute periods overnight Monday, June 26, for crews to place bridge beams. The work is expected to begin at 10 p.m. and be completed by 4 a.m., Tuesday, June 27. During this time, four bridge beams will be replaced. Stopped traffic will be necessary for the beams to be transported to the site so cranes can lift and lower the beams into place on the southbound bridge.
MADISON, Wis.— The Great River Road is a fantastic summer drive, offering 3,000 miles of outstanding scenery, attractions and dining. But did you know there are great biking options along the route as well? The Mississippi River Parkway Commission has launched second annual Bike the Great River Road Giveaway, a promotion highlighting some of the biking routes that can be found along the National Scenic Byway.
The Goodhue-21 DFL group will be having a fundraising event to discuss solar power Sunday, June 25. All Solar Energy is sponsoring the event, which runs 2-5 p.m. The fundraiser will be hosted at the home of Greg and Sue Rasmussen, 11995 350th Street Way, Cannon Falls. DFL Chair Ken Martin, retired State Sen. Steve Murphy and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman are among the guests to speak on the potential of residential solar energy. For more information on the group or how to donate, visit www.dfl.org/goodhue21 .