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by CHRIS ROGERS
Joelle Hammann fainted in the middle of church. The 12-year-old figure-skating lover had just gotten done singing in children’s choir when she passed out in the pews. She did not want to go to the doctor. “Please don&rs...
by NATHANIEL NELSON
In Katrina Glick’s first-grade classroom, buckets of Legos, iPads, and children litter the carpet. Zayne Allen and Jada Harvey put the finishing touches on their robot as other groups start placing digital blocks in order...
by NATHANIEL NELSON
In the basement of a small house on the East End of Winona, Barb Halvorson dips a paintbrush in a puddle of sky blue. Surrounded by art on all sides, Halvorson is doing what she loves more than anything –– painting,...
Part 38: ‘Road to Rome’
From the accounts of Sergeant Marvin A. Palecek, shared by his son, Glen Palecek
“Road to Rome” is a very special and unique little bookle...
by Winona Post Editor-in-chief Sarah Squires
If you ask them, the answer will be money. I’m sure they’d dress it up, throw in some “communication” and “collaboration&r...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Winona Symphony Orchestra (WSO) presents its annual Children’s Concert on Tuesday, February 19, with performances at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. in the Harriet Johnson Auditorium, Somsen Hall, Winona State University campus, Winona.
Artwork created by local students is now on display in Galleria Valéncia at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA), 1164 West Howard Street. The artwork was created by students of Brianna Haupt, who teaches kindergarten through 12th gra...
Gathering on Saturday, February 16, at history center
The Page Series at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will present Virginia Repertory Theatre on Tour with a relaxed performance of “Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad....
Barb Halvorson, internationally known artist, is offering three-hour painting classes on every first and second Tuesday evening of the month, and during the day on Saturdays at 315 East Fourth Street in Winona. Halvorson has taught painting classes f...
Artist Amanda Smith’s exhibition, Limbo Thicket, will be on view in the Watkins Gallery at Winona State University until March 8. The show features digital images and acrylic paint on a variety of fabrics. Smith is fascinated with the ability t...
Hardt’s Music and Audio is pleased to welcome back Susan Davey to resume piano teaching. With a B.A. in music education and many years of experience, Davey will be accepting students from beginner to intermediate levels. Beginning adults are al...
The Winona/Cotter boys and girls Nordic ski teams recently qualified for the MSHL state meet by earning runner-up positions at the 1A section meet held at Hyland Park in Bloomington, Minn. The Winona boys finished behind Prior Lake, holding off thir...
The Winona area youth hockey team, boys Peewee B, is currently 24-1, and are ranked number one in the state!
Districts are this weekend, February 15, in Albert Lea, Minn. The team hopes to advance to regions. On February 1-3, Winona held a home to...
by LAUREN LOTT
From The Winonan, WSU’s student newspaper
The Winona State University women’s basketball dominated this weekend, winning both conference games against Minot State University on Friday and University of Mary on Saturday....
Winona Senior High School (WSHS) hosted a signing for Colten Brand on Thursday, February 14. He is a three-sport athlete at WSHS (cross country, swim and dive, track). Brand has signed to run cross country for Augustana next year.
From The Winonan,
WSU’s student newspaper
With the start of the Winona State University softball team’s season peeking its head around the corner, the athletes are getting geared up and ready to tackle this season head on.
The end ...
Congrats to Jason Cherry, Katrina Konkel, Brady Bosteter, Marian Zimmerman, Justina Krapproth and Milton Topness!
The excitement was undeniable at the Westgate bowling alley this past fall season for the Tuesday-night Project COMPASS bowlers and...
On Saturday, February 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. there will be a “Kites Over Winona” Kite Fest at Lake Winona near the Lake Park Lodge. The event is in conjunction with the Sky Art exhibit and the Winona Winter Carnival. Kite flyers are in...
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