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First group completes Youth Skills Training Program at Hearth and Home

Apr 3, 2019
Four students from Red Wing High School have completed a program that brought them to Hearth and Home Technologies in Lake City to learn about several aspects of plant operations. They were the first cohort of the Youth Skills Training Program, a collaboration between Red Wing Ignite, school...

Township elections 2019

Apr 3, 2019
Several townships around the area held elections and annual meetings on March 12. What follows are results from the proceedings, as reported by the respective township clerks. Two townships that didn’t are Oakwood and Zumbro; they hold their elections in the fall. Belvidere Township Fifteen...

WideSpot players present “Dearly Departed”

Mar 28, 2019
The WideSpot players are at it again, this time with “Dearly Departed”, a comedy that deals with the death of a family patriarch in a small, quirky town in Alabama.  The show is directed by Nancy Lund, and runs on April 5 and 6, at 7 p.m. and the 7th at 2 p.m., respectively, at WideSpot in...

Rankings show healthiest counties in Minnesota

Mar 28, 2019
Minnesota is consistently ranked as one of the healthiest states in the nation, and the state has a strong local public health system. Our local public health departments have a long history of assessing the health of their communities and using the results to address community needs. Community...

DNR urges caution on lakes and rivers

Mar 28, 2019
Warm weather and significant rainfall in parts of the state have resulted in slush and standing water on many water bodies, leading to rapid ice deterioration and making travel over the ice difficult and extremely unsafe, according to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR).While most lakes...

A tale of two lake roads

Mar 28, 2019
Lake Avenue in Old Frontenac was partially submerged Wednesday, March 27, as water levels surpassed minor flood stage (16 feet) in Lake City. Water levels were forecast to rise to 17.7 feet over the next week. Meanwhile, residents along the 1200 block of South Lakeshore Drive in Lake City have...

Beach, band shell on special April 1 meeting agenda

Mar 28, 2019
The Lake City City Council will hold a special meeting Monday, April 1, at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. On the agenda are two items that have triggered significant discussion, and some controversy, over the past few years: a structure to replace the recently demolished beach house in the Ohuta Park and...

Wabasha County Board hires insurance consultant

Mar 28, 2019
Ruby White, Correspondent In order to provide the best health insurance advice for their employees, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners has decided to hire Intellicents, an insurance consulting team based in Albert Lea, to help with their health insurance decisions. This action was taken at...

Kelly filling, creating jobs in Goodhue County

Mar 28, 2019
On Tuesday, March 19, the County Board discussed four jobs that Sheriff Marty Kelly wants to either fill or create. The board approved filling two vacancies and adding a bailiff/background investigations position within the Sheriff’s Office. Kelly’s request for a communications captain was...

Camp available for kids wanting to get healthy

Mar 20, 2019
Registration is open for Camp Wabi (pronounced Wah-bee), a typical summer camp, but with a slight twist.The camp is for kids entering sixth through 10th grades who want to achieve a healthy weight. In addition to swimming in a lake and singing by the campfire, Wabi campers receive healthy lifestyle...

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