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2008 story: Randy's changes hands
And, in truth, not much did change in October when the restaurant switched hands from Joe Dube to daughter Sara Plum and her husband, Charles.
PROBATE NOTICE: Shirley M. Anderson Estate; File No. 25-PR-18-144
It is Ordered and Notice is given that on July 20, 2018, at 9:00 a.m., a hearing will be held in this Court at Goodhue County Justice Center, 454 W. 6th Street, Red Wing, Minnesota, for the formal probate of an instrument purporting to be the Will of the Decedent, dated May 9, 2018, ("Will"), and fo
Ask the Chief: Follow city rules when feeding wildlife
Submit your question firstname.lastname@example.org.Q: Is there anything you can do about a neighbor that continues to put out corn cobs and loose corn all over her front yard? The squirrels carry the cobs throughout the neighborhood, leaving us to pick them all up. Also, they bury kernels a
Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival gets cheesier
The 17th annual Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival will take place in the village's East End Park Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23. According to festival organizers, the event will be cheesier than ever with more food, entertainment and tasting opportunities.
NOFS: U.S. Bank National Association v. Jeffrey Fjetland File No. 040125F01
MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Bell State Bank & Trust, its successors and/or assigns
Business facelift: 2 firms receive signage grants through Port...
Each business will receive $2,500 to cover the cost of design and installation of new signage. Funds will be distributed after the project is complete.Business Development Manager Shari Chorney said there is still $20,000 left to distribute in the form of grants for local businesses who wish to upda
Twin Cities Metro July 4 Fireworks, Parades, And More: 2018 Guide
TWIN CITIES, MN — It's time to decide which parades and firework shows you'll attend to celebrate July 4. As in other years, there will be plenty of fireworks displays around the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro area to choose from.
GOODHUE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. SP 2510-53 - BIDS for Signal Upgrades
Sealed proposals will be received by the Goodhue County Public Works Director at his office in the Goodhue County Public Works Building, 2140 Pioneer Road, Red Wing, MN 55066 until 10:00 AM on Tuesday, July 17, 2018. Bids will be considered for award on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at the regular Board of
Lightning suspected as cause of late-night Red Wing fire
RED WING — The Red Wing Fire Department battled a garage blaze Sunday night after lightning strikes were reported in the area.Fire Chief Shannon Draper said crews responding to a call at 9:32 p.m. Sunday at an apartment complex located in the 2100 block of Village Drive. When the crew arrived, they
Police calls for Friday, June 22: Baseball bat attack; stolen bike and cordless drill
1:39 a.m. — Brian Matthew C. Bublitz, 32, Winona, was cited for drunk driving after he was stopped for failing to move over for an emergency vehicle. His blood alcohol level was 0.07 percent.
Design phase begins for school referendum projects
The River Falls Academy building is set to see a lot of change over the next couple years. The school district's referendum calls for deconstruction of the 1920 s and 1940s additions, and a smaller, new addition to the building. File photo.
Video prompts campaign to change school harassment policy
RED WING — In December, sitting in her home, eating dinner with her mom, Hannah Coyle clicked on a Snapchat video, not expecting her life to change.The then-Red Wing High School senior clicked the link, not knowing what it was, only to see a video featuring a pair of boys from her school talking in
Friday traffic: Looking old school on Snelling Avenue near fairgrounds
On the I-94 watch in Minneapolis, westbound traffic is flowing near freeway speeds coming into downtown, but expect that to change as the rush hour
Red Wing school board approves dollar amounts for levy questions
RED WING — The Red Wing School Board stopped just short of the maximum, approving a operating levy referendum to go on the November ballot.Monday night, by a 7-0 vote, the board approved a two-question referendum. Question 1 will ask voters to approve a $1,200 per-pupil levy. Question 2 will ask vot
Pine Island lets ICE know it's still interested in detention facility
PINE ISLAND — The Pine Island City Council approved a resolution Tuesday to support a proposal by Management & Training Corp. to potentially locate a private detention facility to house Immigration and Customer Enforcement detainees.Pine Island is one of six communities across the country being cons
From this Perch: The 'Bronze Bird' lives on
"Karges" has held a steady presence on the local campus for nearly 60 years. The building was named in honor of Dr. R.A. Karges, affectionately known as "Kargie." He taught chemistry at River Falls and was vice president of the college from 1926 to 1951.While the building itself has been a steady pr
From sidelines to stands: Dahl resigns as EHS boys' basketball...
Tim Dahl resigned as the Ellsworth boys' basketball team's head coach in May after leading the Panthers for three years. “How many people get to look at their lives and say, ‘Hey, I got to do something that I really love to do,’” Dahl asked. “People go their whole lives without saying that. I can sa
In the front row: Really, it's not all about the food
A Fat Uncle Tony's at Salvatore's Tomato Pies in Madison.These are just some of the dishes I've eaten in the past nine months traveling around the state covering the accomplishments of River Falls and Hudson student-athletes.The late great former UW-River Falls coach and athletic director Don Page t
Bada BING bada boom: Sculpture quickly finds temporary home
Now residing in the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska, "Bing" is an 850-pound, 10-foot-tall dragon sculpture.
Prescott approves issuance of $1.37 million bond
Passing of a resolution for a general obligation street improvement bond, potential changes with Firehall Field, and awarding of bids for the Albert and College streets project were main topics at the June 11 Prescott City Council meeting.