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by CHRIS ROGERS
Some Minnesotans and Wisconsinites went straight from shoveling to sandbagging this month, when the weather swung quickly from piling up a massive snowpack to melting it down and adding more rain to boot.
Meltwater washed over f...
by NATHANIEL NELSON
Have you ever wondered what it’s like behind the curtain? Or what goes into all those swirling costumes and sets? Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) will let the public have a peek into the process this Sunday with ...
by NATHANIEL NELSON
If Third Street seems a little greener, that’s because it is now home to a haven of terrariums, succulents, and shrubbery –– Green Thumb Artistry has opened a brick-and-mortar store for lessons, gifts, an...
by Scott R. Olson, Winona State University president
As someone who is neither Polish nor Kashubian, I have spent what some might call an inordinate amount of time studying the history, culture and...
by Sarah Squires, Editor-in-Chief, Winona Post
Test scores don’t lie.
Sure, they might be, as many WAPS officials complain, simply a “snapshot in time.” Maybe some of our stud...
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Throughout March, Youth Art Month (YAM), Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) will have kindergarten through 12th-grade student artwork on display. YAM allows members of the community to view student art in numerous venues throughout Winona. Artwork wil...
Lanesboro Arts is proud to present a pair of unique arts events, the Downtown Art Making Crawl and Canvas Clash live speed-painting tournament, on Saturday, March 23, as part of the Spring into Arts Festival happening from March 21-31 in Lanesboro in...
Composer, songwriter and performer Mark Mallman has spent the last 20 years releasing albums, touring and becoming a Minnesota music icon. Mallman reaches a new level of creativity and intimacy with his debut book, “The Happiness Playlist,&rdqu...
The Winona Arts Center (WAC) presents “Recollection of Space,” an exhibition of ceramic works by Lisa Truax, from March 7 to April 26. The public is invited to a reception for the exhibit on Thursday, March 7, from 4:30-6 p.m.
Lisa S. ...
The Gateway Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, is pleased to announce that a new scout executive/CEO has been selected.
Joe Carlson began his scouting career as district executive at the Chippewa Valley Council in Eau Claire, Wis. He moved on to...
Music from The Creek Chicks and Doug Mahlum
Old Main will host its Irish Holiday on Saturday, March 16, at 6 p.m. The corned beef or ham and cabbage dinner — complete with potatoes, carrots, soda bread, cupcakes from Lylli and Ivi, other de...
Three Jiu Jitsu students from Flow Yoga and Martial Arts of Winona were competitors in a grappling tournament in the Twin Cities. Noah Hauser placed first and received a gold medal in the Gi/Adult/Male/White/Master/155-pound division. Matthew Hartley...
Seniors Anna Decker, Mykenna Heimer, Elle Karlen and Katie Kramer have been dancing together since the second grade. For the past two years they’re been working on their unique routine, hoping to qualify at state in both jazz and kick categorie...
by CHRIS ROGERS
Over 100 pickleball players from across the Midwest — including the fifth-ranked male player in the world and a score of other professional players — gathered in Winona last weekend to face off in the Winona Area Tennis...
On National Signing Day, February 6, Cotter Schools’ seniors Laken Macal and Wil Modjeski signed their letters of intent to compete in collegiate athletics next year.
Laken — a six-foot, three-inch tightend/linebacker for the Ramblers ...
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....
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