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  • 04/17/15--06:00: Burning for a cause
  • Republican Eagle

    In the back of one of the classrooms at Tower View Alternative High School two microwaves rest one on top of the other, each clearly labeled. One is for food...

    Tower View teacher Ben Slagle (left) and students Leslie Dixon, Gracie Spriggle, Cameron Wilson, Rachel Safe and Cole Swanson work during the fall semester to make and sell candles, with the proceeds going to the local charity Connecting Connection. (Republican Eagle photos by John R. Russett)
    The supplies and candles waiting to be trimmed and cleaned sit ready at Tower View. Students melt the soy-based wax, then add the color, scents and wicks.
    The finished products are labeled and organized, making inventory easier for the students to manager. The labels were designed by students.
    Once the colors, scents and wicks are added to the wax, the candles are placed on a shelf to cool and await the cleaning process.
    The students have more than 30 scents from which to choose while making their candles.

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    Republican Eagle

    After nearly two hours of waiting, the standing-room-only crowd at City Hall — almost all of whom were in attendance for one agenda item — had the chance to have...


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    As discussion of a potential fall referendum continued Monday night, Red Wing School Board Chair Janie Farrar said she would like to move forward with urgency until it’s clear the...


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    Republican Eagle

    Board approves landscaping contract
    After rejecting an initial bid of around $120,000 from a contractor in the Twin Cities, the Goodhue County Education District Board approved a bid of...


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    Republican Eagle

    Director of Teaching and Learning Joe Jezierski says one of the most important aspects of Red Wing Public Schools’ technology plan, which will carry the district through 2018, is getting...


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    As the Red Wing School Board approaches its self-imposed deadline of sometime in June for a decision on whether to push for a fall referendum, more questions than answers still...


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    Kevin Johnson, Red Wing Public Schools director of buildings, grounds and technology, told the School Board Monday that the list of district maintenance needs sitting in front of them, spread...


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    Since 1998, Benjamin Bain worked as principal and sixth- through eighth-grade teacher at St. John’s Church and School in Red Wing.
    After the 10:30 a.m. church service Sunday, a...


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    LAKE CITY — For Lincoln High School senior Ellie Haeska, speech has been an important part of her life for the last five years, but it didn’t start that way.
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    Ellie Haeska will leave Lake City for Creighton University in Omaha come August. (Republican Eagle photo by John R. Russett)

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    GOODHUE — Kayla Carlson said she plans to study for a career in medicine, but she has a wide range of other interests as well.
    “I’m just kind of...

    Kayla Carlson is ranked first in her graduating class at Goodhue High School. She plans to study pre-med at St. Olaf College in the fall. (Republican Eagle photo by Michael Brun)

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  • 06/04/15--05:40: Red Wing School Board briefs
  • Republican Eagle

    Facility planning talks shift to timing
    As the Red Wing School Board continues to discuss when and how the district will address its maintenance needs, the discussion Monday focused...


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    At one point in time, she was a high school dropout. But this Friday a certain Red Wing High School student will walk across the stage, marking an important milestone...

    Deisy Miranda-Rivera returned to school and, against the odds, is graduating on time. (Republican Eagle photo by Stacy Bengs)

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    CANNON FALLS — High school senior Hannah Brummund said the year has gone by in a flash — not surprising considering her jam-packed schedule.
    Along with taking four Advanced...

    Cannon Falls High School’s Hannah Brummund is one of 108 seniors who received their diploma at Friday’s commencement ceremony. She plans to study nursing this fall in the honors program at the University of Minnesota (Republican Eagle photo by Michael Brun)

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    Kai Rodgers, founder and program director of Red Cottage Montessori, was the recipient of this year’s AAUW Citizen of the Year Award.
    “Our citizen of the year is a...


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  • 06/18/15--10:00: Summer in Oman
  • Republican Eagle

    CANNON FALLS — Like many students going away to camp this summer, Miranda Felton will leave home to explore the greater world. She’ll just be going farther than most —...


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    Pine Island Elementary and Pine Island Middle School were two of 36 schools recognized Wednesday by the Minnesota Department of Education for successful work using Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports.
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    Jeremy Sorenson, Sunnyside Elementary School principal, told parents of students who start kindergarten in a couple weeks that the experiences of kindergarten go well beyond traditional education.
    “Kindergarten is...

    A kindergarten boot camp attendee spends time coloring Wednesday at Sunnyside Elementary. (Republican Eagle photo by Stacy Bengs)
    Students are welcomed to a day of kindergarten boot camp. (Republican Eagle photo by Stacy Bengs)
    An ice cream social marked the end of the kindergarten preparations. (Republican Eagle photo by John R. Russett)

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    River Bluff Education Center close to ready
    Rob Gemelke, Kraus-Anderson project manager for the River Bluff Education Center, told the Goodhue County Education District Board Thursday he has no...


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    With an impending deadline of Sept. 25 to cash in on larger community solar gardens, Red Wing School Board discussed two potential options to increase revenue at a special meeting...

    Red Wing Public Schools is considering leasing approximately 33 acres of land to Innovative Power Systems for 25 years to host a community solar garden. The proposed land for the garden is shown adjacent to land which could be a potential site for a future school district building.

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    On Tuesday, the playground at Sunnyside Elementary School will have a different feel than previous years come 2:50 p.m.
    No longer will Sunnyside students be released outside to await...


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