The limits on free speech will soon be seen — or not seen, as the case may be — on Red Wing’s Barn Bluff, the western face of which has served for decades as a giant billboard for people who had something to say even though there’s a graffiti ordinance in the city. Read more →
If you’re sick of all the political campaigning and the dueling letters to the editor, it’s only because you haven’t yet met Michael Holmes, a former Red Wing resident, who suggests you pay attention to what he has to say about the race for mayor in the city. Read more →
The coach of Red Wing High School’s football team has resigned, just a few days after a GOP politician said his son was punished for his politics.
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The City Council last night voted to reconsider the resolution, which it had previously adopted. Read more →
Put up a sign that says people can’t go somewhere, and they’ll try to go there. Read more →
The signs of danger aren’t hard to miss. But people ignore them and an incident yesterday afternoon is yet another reminder of what can happen.
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What do you do if you’re a trash hauler with customers who don’t pay their bills? In Red Wing, you give them some trash back. Read more →