Sunday, June 2, 2002

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The four-year-old class from St. Matthew's Lutheran School visited the West End fire station wearing their handmade tiedyed shirts.

Winona decides not to sue over DME approval

The city of Winona will not pursue an appel against the federal Surface Transportation Board's (STB) decision approving the DM&E Railroad expansion project, Mayor Jerry Miller announced Friday.

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Participants find success at WORC

WORC participants Maureen and Don pause from their office duties to talk about how working with the WORC has changes their lives.

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Courthouse needs facelift

Roof problems cited

Not only will the county courthouse need a complete stone and mortar facelift, but tuck and pointing archictects say its two-year-old slate roof is falling off piece by piece.

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Heim questions progress on courthouse renovation

In spite of Commissioner Jerry Heim's complaints about too few workers on the job, the courthouse renovation project should be completed by November, said the project's construction manager.

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Planning Commission approves University Village preliminary plat near St. Mary's University

A preliminary plat was approved Tuesday for University Village of Winona, a 36-unit subdivision to be built at Highway 14 and Knopp Valley Drive, that proposes access to St. Mary's University for its residents. The homes will be marketed mainly to persons 55 and older.


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County approves new districts, sets terms for office

Tuesday night the Winona County Board approved the redistricting plan recommended by County Auditor Cherie MacLennan which she said evenly distributes populations across each of the county's five districts.
By state law, adoption of the new districts was needed by May 28. Redistricting occurs every ten years at the legislative, city, county and school district levels following the collection of U. S. Census data.

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