Michael Brun joined RiverTown Multimedia at the Red Wing Republican Eagle in March 2013, covering county government, health and local events. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls journalism program.
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Everything just seemed to come together this summer for Red Wing’s Leo C. Peterson American Legion Post 54. Around the same time the city repaved and renovated an adjacent parking...
ELLSWORTH -- There is certainly no shortage of generous and enterprising senior citizens in Pierce County. So much so, this year's Most Admired Senior Citizen award at the Pierce County Fair went to not one, but seven senior citizens — including two husband-and-wife pairs. "This year we had an unprecedented number of applicants," said Ginny Huber, who has worked with the fair for six years.
RED WING, Minn. — A crowd of around 50 local government representatives and concerned citizens gathered Friday in the St. James Hotel for a meeting with state officials on the...
Goodhue County Board approved a $10-per-vehicle wheelage tax starting in 2014. The estimated revenue in the first year is $463,000.
Just over a year ago, Fairview Red Wing Health Services was acquired and rebranded as Mayo Clinic Health System in Red Wing.
Summer has arrived — sunshine and all those warm rays. Health professionals say it’s important to remember the sunscreen. Even in our higher latitude climate, exposure to ultraviolet radiation from...
Change into workout clothes, stretch out, warm up, cool down and wash off. Getting the recommended amount of exercise throughout the week can feel like a chore, especially after a...
When Colleen Clark took her 4-year-old grandson to Bay Point Park to watch the trains, she thought it would be the perfect opportunity to practice his counting skills. One, two, three, four... all the way up to 89 tanker cars passed them by.
GOODHUE - U.S. Rep. John Kline toured the dairy farm of Steve and Mary Mathees Friday to see firsthand the damage caused to area fields by the long winter and wet spring, while also providing an update on the House farm bill passed Thursday
Red Wing's Veterans for Peace chapter will host its 11th Peacestock gathering Saturday July 13 at Windbeam Farm in Hager City. The event will feature three nationally renowned authors, including University of St. Thomas professor and 2008 U.S. Senate hopeful Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer. Nelson-Pallmeyer will discuss the economic impact of war, including his work with the Minnesota Arms Spending Alternatives Project, a nonpartisan grassroots effort to shift spending on the military to local government and social services.