March is Youth Art Month and a fitting time to draw attention to the talented young artists that we have in Red Wing. On Saturday, March 16, Red Wing Arts hosted a gallery opening for the Red Wing Schools Student Art Show, exhibited in the Marjorie Gray Vogel Gallery. This day is always a wonderful day for the local student artists whose work has been selected to hang in this show. It's an opportunity for recognition for hard work and creativity. It's a chance to share a piece of themselves with their community. The work on display is quite inspiring and
Minnesota ranks 45th in the nation in per capita fire service spending, despite our state being the 21st most populous state and the 12 largest in area in our nation. We can help change this by supporting those who willing risk their lives to serve us. The Hometown Heroes Assistance Program currently before our state Legislature is a bipartisan effort to deal with the unique needs of our hometown firefighters, including volunteers, to deal
The Trump administration has imposed unprecedented economic sanctions, coming up with new ways to turn the screws almost daily, on the people of Venezuela. Our two previous administrations have been less than friendly as well, considering the acknowledged fact that we participated in a coup attempt to oust the former democratically elected leader of that country. and have imposed increasingly draconian sanctions since that time.
Explore how media influence voters It has been a cold miserable winter in so many ways, but it didn't keep our League of Women Voters members from having great conversations about how influential media has been in recent elections. We want to know more about how media will continue to influence voters in future elections.
Last year marked the 50th anniversary of a landmark Supreme Court case Gideon vs. Wainwright. That case involved an impoverished Florida man who was charged with breaking and entering, a felony under the laws of Florida. Clarence Gideon appeared in a Florida state court in March of 1962 and asked the judge to appoint an attorney to assist him in his defense. Under the laws of Florida, a person was not entitled to a court-appointed attorney unless charged with an offense punishable by the death penalty.
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Prior to the 1965 creation of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, thousands of acres of private land lay within the proposed public recreation footprint. Joseph Perko owned several hundred of those acres, including a resort, and was unwilling to sell. He believed the federal government could not force him to sell.
"I am preaching to the choir but what I'm asking is for the choir to sing loudly for the next three months." Gov. Tim Walz was touting his plan to boost Local Government Aid funding when he said this at a Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities event earlier this year. He told the audience of greater Minnesota city officials that while he was planning to include a $30.5 million LGA increase in his then-unreleased budget, he was going to need our help to get the proposal across the finish line.
Red Wing Arts will celebrate young talent and creativity when student artwork from Red Wing public schools goes on display at the Depot Gallery. The community is invited to see the show March 15 to April 5 and attend a free grand opening reception for students and their families 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 16.