- Member for
- 5 years 11 months
Dr. William Mohr is a burn surgeon at the Regions Hospital Burn Center in St. Paul As one of only two verified burn centers in Minnesota and just four across the upper Midwest, the Regions Hospital Burn Center team is proud to provide the highest level of care for patients in the Twin Cities and for those up to hundreds of miles away. Along with treating injuries from incidents including fires, scalding water or even explosions, we also treat patients for frostbite, including over 90 patients last winter.
Minnesota State College Southeast - Red Wing and Winona Campuses will close at 2 p.m. Jan. 22, 2019, due to weather conditions, the school announced Tuesday afternoon. All afternoon and evening activities are cancelled, according to a news release.
Plans to begin delivering, unloading and installing the steel tub girders for the new Highway 63/Eisenhower Bridge have been postponed to Wednesday, Jan. 23, according to the Minnesota and Wisconsin transportation departments.
Crossings at Carnegie is running a five-week exhibit of works by batik artists Sharon Columbus, Kim Gordon, Julie Yost, Enid Weichselbaum, Alison Emslie-Smith, Vicki Blazing and Marie Marvin. The exhibit is located in the gallery of Crossings at Carnegie, and is free for public viewing.
Motorists may experience brief traffic delays at the Highway 63/Eisenhower Bridge in Red Wing beginning Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, as crews unload steel tub girders for the new bridge, according to the Minnesota and Wisconsin departments of transportation.
New Richmond Police Department has asked the public's help to locate a suspect believed to have attacked another man with a boxcutter and fled the scene in a stolen vehicle, according to a City of New Richmond press release. Officers responded Jan. 14 to a report of a disturbance on the 800 block of Knowles Avenue where a victim sustained multiple lacerations to his head and face by a man he identified as 32-year-old Roberto Reyes Jr., also known at Tito, who fled the scene in the victim's vehicle, the release states.
Students get real-world hospital work experience Area students were part of a cohort that recently graduated from a six-week immersion program at Lakeview Hospital in Stillwater. The Explorers Program, offered through the Boy Scouts of America's Northern Star Council, lets students ages 14-20 explore health care careers in a real-world setting, such as sessions in the pharmacy, birth center, emergency department and radiology. Students who graduated Dec. 10, 2018, include: • Colin Muehlbauer, Clare Roti and Jack Seipel of Woodbury
U.S. Rep. Angie Craig will hold her first town hall meeting Thursday, Jan. 24 at Burnsville High School. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting at 7. The high school is at 600 State Highway 13 in Burnsville. According to a news release Monday, Jan. 14: "Craig has committed to conduct at least one town hall-style public meeting with a robust question and answer period at least once a month and will rotate the meetings throughout each county in the Second District."
A nationally recognized fitness program for seniors is being offered at Accra Home Health in Red Wing starting Jan. 8. The "Fit & Strong!" program runs 9 to 10:15 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the meeting room of Accra Home Health, 129 Hedin Ave. The 12-week program runs through March 28.
Cordelia Pierson of Minneapolis has been re-elected to represent the Elk River to Hastings region on the Minnesota Mississippi River Parkway Commission. Established by Minnesota statute, the MN-MRPC's mission is to preserve and enhance the Mississippi River, foster economic growth in the corridor, and develop the Great River Road. Membership consists of two members of the House; two members of the Senate; appointees from five state agencies (transportation, natural resources, tourism, historical society and agriculture); five regional members; and one member at large.