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Plea Deal For Rochester Man Charged After Fatal Crash
Red Wing, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester man is scheduled to be sentenced in March for a felony conviction stemming from a fatal car crash near Zumbrota last year. Court records in Goodhue County show 28-year-old Jesse Juaire entered into a plea agreement on Monday and admitted to one count of crim
Corps looks for willing sellers for dredging needs
ST. PAUL — Around 10 landowners around Wabasha have received letters with a gentle request: Think about selling, please.
Body found in Eau Claire identified
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WKBT) - A body found on the north side of Eau Claire last week is identified. Investigators with the Buffalo and Eau Claire County Sheriff's Offices were at a residence in Eau Claire working on the Toby A. Cleasby missing person case when they found the body of an adult man.
Holiday Train to make annual trek across Minnesota
A spectacle of light and sound will be traveling the rails across Minnesota this week. Canadian Pacific's annual Holiday Train is back in the state. It starts Sunday in Winona, Wabasha and Hastings, and will be in the Twin Cities Monday and Tuesday before heading to northwestern Minnesota. The train
Former Red Wing fire chief dies
Schneider began as a volunteer firefighter in Red Wing in 1984. In June of 2008, the City Council unanimously voted to appoint him chief following the retirement of Mike Amendolar and a brief stint as interim chief.
Winona police calls for Monday, Dec. 10: Winona man arrested for DWI, heroin possession
9:31 a.m. — Terra Lynn Brown, 35, Winona, was cited for shoplifting from Rogan’s Shoes. Three were cited for minor consumption. 4:22 p.m. — Griffin Hall Foster, 27, Winona, was arrested on suspicion driving under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of 2.03 grams of heroin and trac
Dover Area Man Suffers Frostbite After Crashing Into Rural Field
Dover, MN (KROC AM News) - A rural Dover man reportedly suffered frostbite to his fingers and toes after being involved in a traffic wreck over the weekend. The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office was contacted around 8:00 AM Sunday about the wreck that happened northwest of Dover.
Column: Winter won't stop Red Wing Bridge project
Mark Anderson is the MnDOT construction project manager for the Red Wing Bridge project. He can be reached at 507-205-6402 or firstname.lastname@example.org. At this time of year, we often pause to give thanks. We're no different on the Red Wing Bridge project.
St Charles Teen Hurt in Traffic Wreck Near Eyota
Eyota,MN (KROC A M News) - A St. Charles teenager was taken to St. Marys Hospital Sunday after she was involved in a traffic wreck near Eyota. The Minnesota State Patrol says 19-year-old Brooke Burt was making a left turn from Highway 14 around 11:00 AM when her pickup truck was hit by a car that ha
Visitors bureau kicks off “Boatload of La Crosse” campaign
La Crosse, Wis. (WXOW) – Explore La Crosse kicked off their 2019 marketing theme called “Boatload of La Crosse”. They have partnered with a Winona canoe building company to offer monthly prizes which can include items like festival tickets, shopping packages, local restaurant gift certificates and m
Public invited to open house to meet city manager finalists
The city of Prior Lake will host an open house on Dec. 5 from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. at City Hall to allow residents the opportunity to meet the finalists for the city manager position.
Man launched off the road after failing to stop
NEAR EYOTA, Minn. (FOX 47) – A 44-year-old man suffered serious cuts on his face and frostbite after deputies found him on the side of a rural road north of Eyota. The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Officer said Andrew O’Neil from Dover was outside his vehicle following an accident around 8 a.m. Sunday.
The Minnesota Ghost Story That Will Leave You Absolutely Baffled
Who doesn’t love a good ghost story? Here in Minnesota, we have plenty of spooky tales and haunted abodes to go around. From the haunted Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre to the ghostly bathroom stall at First Avenue, the creepy legends that have been passed down for decades are sure to fill you wit
Girls Basketball | Wabasha-Kellogg 72, Houston 67
HOUSTON (67) Sydney Torgerson 14 P; Jeana Hahn 3 P, 1 3-PT; Alyssa Rostad 25 P, 4 3-PT; Casey Porter 4 P; Emma Geiwitz 14 P, 1 3-PT; Jenny Albrecht 7 P. Ellie Sholing 5 P; Anna Schneider 3 P; Alana DeAngel 21 P, 5 3-PT; Claire Gosse 14 P; Olivia Passe 21 P, 4 3-PT; Sara Yager 2 P; Maddy Meyer 2 P; E
Local Scoreboard: Saturday, December 8
Stevens Point: Nolan Blair 12, Travis Johnson 7, Austin Beyer 1, Darren Swicker 2, Evan Vollendorf 10, Nate Streveler 12, Joe Bergquist 2. (14 15-21 20 46). Chi-Hi: Alex Nelson 8, Luke Franz 6, Nolan Hutzler 6, Joe Reuter 6, Peyton Rogers-Schmidt 10, Tyler Robarge 12. (15 14-24 16 48).
Area Wrestling: Lake City downs Byron, K-W stays strong
Lake City won a back-and-forth dual 35-21 over St. Charles on Friday. Jonathan Harvey (113) got the Tigers on the scoreboard with a 6-5 decision, but the Tigers fell behind 12-3 after Harvey's win.
Firefighters respond Sunday to Artisan Forge Studios fire alarm
Firefighters successfully extinguished a fire Sunday afternoon at Watermark Salon in Artisan Forge Studios, 1106 Mondovi Road. According to a news release from the Eau Claire Fire Department:
Holiday Train brings Winonans together for Christmas cheer and donations
Thirty minutes before the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train was set to arrive in Winona on Sunday, parking spots were nearly all but gone for blocks surrounding the Amtrak Depot on Mark Street.
Despite pleas, Goodhue County Board passes levy
RED WING — A process that started in May 2017 ended Thursday night with pleas from Goodhue County residents to cut the budget in the final moments. "It’s unsustainable," said Kenyon farmer Russ Foss, talking about the county's 2019 budget and property tax levy. "That kind of spending is just out of
Winona man pleads guilty to setting Fountain City church fire
ALMA, Wis. (WXOW) – A Winona man is headed to prison for setting a fire inside a Fountain City church last May. Jesse Bromaghim pleaded guilty to an arson charge at a court hearing Thursday.