Sunday, March 31, 2002

New business moving to Winona

Winona Mall sees growth

In a stellar turn around from years gone by, the Winona Mall is nearly bursting at the seams with a variety of businesses after years of struggling with revolving vendors and empty space.

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Italian restaurant soon

Savory smells from Italian sauces and fresh baked bread fill the air, a fire crackles, and Winonans chat over a cup of gourmet coffee and a positively sinful dessert. This is the vision of Louis Suarez and Ken Ness, part owners of Victoria's Italian Cafe, and they are weeks away from making their vision a reality in Winona.

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County praises Sheriff

Winona County deputies have completed first responder training, defibrillators have been installed in all squad cars and faulty locks in the jail have been fixed, Sheriff Dave Brand reported to the Winona County Board Tuesday night.

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Minnesota City Sesquicentennial

Talk on estern Dakota Indians open to public

How mita kola? That's Dakota Indian for, "Hello, how are you?"

These early inhabitants of Winona County were trusting, gentle people who not only spoke their own language but were part of a complex tribal and family structure, according to historian William Crozier, Ph.D.

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HAPPY EASTER!

The Easter Bunny ws on hand to greet approximately 2,000 youngsters at an Easter egg hunt sponsored by Winona businesses on March 23.

(Photo by Cynthya Porter)

Clarification

A story in the March 27, 2002, Winona Post, entitled "City to crack down on keg buying," Discount Liquor manager Gina Mikols was paraphrased as saying "it is common practice for customers to purchase multiple kegs in Goodview, where the ordinance does not apply." Ms. Mikols said what she meant was that customers would go to Goodview to buy kegs if the Winona City Council stiffened its keg ordinance. The Post regrets the error.


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