Sunday, May 26, 2002

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Dist. 861 to crack down on absenteeism

District 861 is cracking down on absenteeism with a new policy that specifically defines excused and unexcused absences and places limits on a parent's ability to call in and excuse a child.

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WSU Science building gets state funding

Winona emerged two for four Wednesday after Gov. Jesse Ventura slashed requests for bonding statewide, approving just over half of the $979 million in capital projects.

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Special Olympians are all champs

"Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt."
Special Olympics Oath

For 191 area Special Olympians, Wednesday was a once-a-year opportunity to shine bright in the spotlight, showing the world the qualities that make them special indeed.

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Crews install concrete medians at the Franklin Street railroad crossing to allow Winona to remain whistle-free.
(Photo by Cynthya Porter)


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