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Column: Nursing home workers win Golden Quill

The REaders’ Board made quick work of selecting a Golden Quill winner for April 2013.

The Republican Eagle, 06/04/2013

Clean feeders, healthy birds

Birds sing for their supper in many a neighborhood. People put out feeders to attract song birds that provide visual enjoyment and eat some bugs, too. Those feeders, however, pose a health risk because moldy birdseed and dirty feeders can make birds sick.

The Republican Eagle, 05/27/2013

Camp Pepin cleans up after virus outbreak

Camp Pepin is being cleaned from bow to stern after students brought an infectious virus with them to annual outdoor education days.

The Republican Eagle, 05/19/2013

Williams wins business honor

Peri Williams is used to being on stage, but only when all eyes are on one of her best-in-show toy Australian shepherds. That’s how she likes it.

The Republican Eagle, 04/29/2013

Red Wing Chamber creates HYPE program

Red Wing Area Chamber of Commerce hopes to generate some hype. Literally.

The Republican Eagle, 04/26/2013

Kocina looks forward to campaign

Beth Kocina, a former city of Red Wing staff member, has her eyes set on a new role: mayor.

The Republican Eagle, 04/21/2013

Hospital: Second stillborn sent to laundry

A second dead baby may have ended up at Red Wing’s Crothall Laundry, Regions Hospital in St. Paul said Friday.

The Republican Eagle, 04/19/2013

Update: Baby found at laundry was a stillborn boy

The baby’s body that ended up in a linen bin at Red Wing’s Crothall Laundry came from the Regions Hospital morgue, officials confirmed Wednesday.

The Republican Eagle, 04/17/2013

Baby’s body found at Red Wing laundry

A dead infant was found in hospital linens that had been delivered to Crothall Laundry Tuesday morning, Red Wing Police Chief Roger Pohlman confirmed Tuesday evening.

The Republican Eagle, 04/16/2013

Bingo keeps its slot at TI

Bingo! That remains a frequent cry at Treasure Island Resort & Casino. The Prairie Island Indian Community, which owns and operates the entertainment complex, shows no signs of abandoning the old-time game.

The Republican Eagle, 04/05/2013

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