When: Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
Where: Red Wing Public Library Foot Room
Time: 6 PM
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has confirmed the presence of the Emerald Ash Borer in Goodhue County. The MDA released a press statement on March 2nd, 2017, informing the public that samples taken on Barn Bluff in Red Wing tested positive for EAB and that all of Goodhue County was subsequently placed under an emergency quarantine for firewood and ash materials. Read the full press release here.
There will be public meeting held on Tuesday, March 21st, 2017, at 6 pm in the Foot Room of the Red Wing Public Library t… Read full article »
Advocates from the Hope Coalition joined Mayor Dowse at the lectern at last night’s City Council Meeting. They were there to show their support for a proclamation Mayor Dowse publically shared on behalf of the City of Red Wing declaring March 7, 2017, as A Day of Action To End Domestic Violence. The proclamation comes in support of an effort to make March 7 a statewide day of action throughout all of Minnesota. March 7 was chosen as the Day of Action to coincide with the beginning of budget discussions between state and federal legislators; budget discussions that will include funding for do… Read full article »
The Minnesota Conservation Corps and Friends of the Bluffs will be working on the Twin Bluff side of the Billings-Tomfohr Conservation Area on Saturday, March 4 from 9:00 am-1:00 pm. If you would like to help, come on when you can and stay as long as you like.
Bring a water bottle, gloves, eye and ear protection, wear layers, and a good pair of boots. Friends of the Bluffs will be providing snacks and lunch.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Captain Tony Grosso of the Red Wing Police Department is no stranger to emergencies. Not only is it in the very nature of his job, but he also just earned an Emergency Management Certificate through the Minnesota Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. This achievement represents several hundred hours of work and study, not to mention the successful completion of 30 online and classroom courses. The knowledge Captain Grosso gained from this highly specialized training will provide an important link in the RWPD’s emergency response chain. As Police Chief Roger Po… Read full article »
This is an exciting time for the Sister Cities Commission. Months of planning have come to fruition with the arrival of Mr. Weigui Yu, an English teacher from Quzhou, China. Mr. Yu, who goes by Victor for our convenience, will arrive in Red Wing this evening and will stay through the beginning of May. While he is here, Victor will spend time in both our public and vocational schools and will present to numerous civic organizations.
Since the inception of Red Wing’s Sister Cities Commission in 1993, numerous teachers have taken part in the exchange program. Victor represents just one t… Read full article »
Hopefully by now you’ve heard the good news that Red Wing has been chosen as a finalist for the Small Business Revolution. If we win, season 2 of the television show will be filmed right here in Red Wing and our community would receive $500,000 for revitalization for our downtown businesses. Out of 14,000 towns across America only five have made it this far. How do we win it? We vote, and we get everyone we know to vote, too.
The Deluxe Corporation, who sponsors this series, is a Minnesota company and we are the only Minnesota finalist. We are hoping communities around our… Read full article »
Here’s your mission: Create an original art piece that captures the essence of Sister Cities International, which is to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation –one individual, one community at a time.
Students from around the globe accepted that mission and created excellent artworks for submission to the Young Artists and Authors Showcase (YAAS), an annual contest sponsored by Sister Cities International. This year’s theme, “We’re Going Places,” highlights the importance of travel and exchange in achieving peace. The contest was held concurre… Read full article »
It’s a beautiful thing when the gratitude we feel for the blessings in our lives inspires us to do more for others. Such has been the case with the City of Red Wing employees this year. Working through the Goodhue County Christmas Project, City employees teamed up with others from TNT Gymnastics to adopt six local families for Christmas, gifting them with a range of items from grocery gift cards, to toys and clothing. Still wanting to do more, the City of Red Wing employees partnered with The Hope coalition to select an additional ten children to buy gifts for from the Kids Count progra… Read full article »