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Shirtless Minn. man tased for resisting arrest after allegedly...
After allegedly stealing and operating three different pickup trucks, resisting a Pierce County Deputy and damaging a squad car radio antenna wire, Joseph Edward Anthony Smalley of Wabasha, Minn. was arrested in the Town of Oak Grove on Friday, Aug. 10.
Guns vs. Hoses returns Aug. 22
Brittany Carstensen, delivered of the first pitcher, poses with The Guns, aka the Red Wing Police Department's team. Guns vs. Hoses 2018 is Aug. 22 at Red Wing Athletic Field. Sarah Lindner / United Way of Goodhue, Wabasha & Pierce Counties
Minnesota family sues Hy-Vee over pasta salad illness
The lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Hy-Vee Inc. The suit alleges a woman, her daughter and her grandson became ill after eating pasta salad bought at a Hy-Vee store in Winona, Minnesota. The lawsuit says the mother and daughter required a doctor's care.
Tuesday's primary turnout was off the charts
Voters across Southeastern Minnesota streamed to the polls at near-record-breaking numbers on Tuesday, county officials say, drawn by races up and down the ballot, from governor to mayor to school board.Election officials in area counties reported turnout numbers that were, in some cases, three to f
4-year-old boy dies after swing set collapses on him
“A 4-year-old’s not heavy and they’re made not to collapse, so it feels like we’re missing part of story,” Parker said.
Biggs continues tradition of cooking for family, friends | Mobridge Tribune
Cooking has had a major role in her life for as long a Lisa Biggs can remember. It started with her grandfather, a bar and restaurant owner in Kellogg , Minn., and carried on through her mother, Lorrie Rhiem, to Lisa and now her children.“My grandfather used to say, if you want to make friends, cook
Ashley for the Arts donates more than half-million dollars
ARCADIA, Wis. (WKBT) - Ashley for the Arts raised more than $500,000 at its 10th anniversary celebration last weekend.
Plainview ready to sink teeth into Corn on the Cob Days
PLAINVIEW — There'll be more than just a kernel of fun today through Sunday during the 48th annual Plainview Corn on the Cob Days.The event, which began Saturday, continues tonight with a Praise Fest and Pie Social at 7 p.m. at the American Legion Tent, a showing of "Cars 3" during movie night at Im
Former RE paper boy wins 'Newsies' contest
Craig Zemke (second from left) poses on stage with "Newsies" cast members Tanner Hagen, Aleks Knezevich, Jessica Fredrickson. The former local Red Wing newspaper carrier won a contest to see the production, which runs through Sept. 29 at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. Photo courtesy of Chanhassen Dinner
Police: Child killed after swing set collapses in Zumbrota, Minn.
ZUMBROTA, Minn. (KMSP)- Police in Zumbrota, Minnesota are investigating after a swing set collapsed and killed a 4-year-old child Monday morning.
More development on the way? Fastenal founder makes $700,000 bid to purchase Winona County Government Center
Fastenal founder Bob Kierlin aims to add the Winona County Government Center to his growing list of downtown developments.In a bid unsealed by the Winona County Board Tuesday morning, Main Square Development, to which Kierlin is the sole shareholder, offered the county $700,000 for the building.Earl
Jen's World: Wetsuit fashion should be the least of your concerns
We sat at the edge of Lake Pepin, looking out at the sailboats dotting our vision. To our left, a windsurfer bent low as she turned a perfect arc."I'd like to try that sometime," said my sister. "Do you think it's hard?"I told her that, yes, I did think it was hard. Really hard. And that I knew that
Violated by husband's friend
DEAR ANNIE:My family (my husband, our young kids and I) vacations with two other families once or twice a year. My husband went to school with the other two husbands, and they are best friends. I have developed great friendships with their wives, and our kids are all similar ages and get along.We ha
Two arrested in gun incident
Two Rochester residents were arrested last week in connection with an alleged assault during a drug deal earlier this month.John Lockett and Ashley Heckmann, both 20, were arrested Friday. They each facing a felony charge of first-degree aggravated robbery.Police were called around 5:50 p.m. to the
Baratto among Winona school board candidates moving on
Nancy Denzer (29.4 percent), Karl Sonneman (19.4 percent), Ben Baratto (15.4 percent) and Jim Schul (12.6 percent) all earned a spot on the ballot this November — according to unofficial results.
Injury Crash in Wabasha County & Motorcycle Fatality on I-694
Plainview, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Wabasha County woman suffered non-life threatening injuries in a traffic crash that occurred Friday afternoon several miles northeast of Plainview.The State Patrol says 45-year-old Kali Roberge of Kellogg was transported to St. Marys Hospital after her car collided w
Police: Winona man photographed sexual assaults of infant
According to court documents, on Aug. 9, law enforcement received a child protection report indicating that Ryan Thomas Feine had sexually assaulted an infant girl. Investigators believe the girl was to be less than a year old at the time of the assault.
Teen accuses Mayo Clinic of ‘medical kidnapping’
ROCHESTER, Minn. — In a jaw-dropping moment caught on video, an 18-year-old high school senior rushes to escape from the hospital that saved her life and then, she says, held her captive.
72 Sick After Waterborne Illness Outbreak At Zumbrota Campground
“Since these releases that they keep putting out, we’ve seen our numbers cut in half for every one of these weekends moving forward,” he said.
City signs waste agreement with county
The agreement will bring all solid waste in the county to Red Wing, resulting in county's landfill to be moved into the state's closed landfill program.In 1994, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency helped to establish a voluntary program to close, monitor and maintain the state's closed municipal