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Residents at Sauer Memmorial Home enjoyed the the llamas visiting from Walk-About Acres during National Nursing Home Week.

Goodview site team asserts itself

Challenges Board

The Goodview Elementary School site team has officially stepped into the fray over relocating the 5th graders to the Winona Middle School.

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County OKs sale of $5 million in bonds for courthouse

Starting this fall, Winona college students may get a free ride downtown and back to campus, possibly for a small student fee added to their tuition.

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'Best of times' for city's finances, auditor says

by Christina Eberhard

On May 19, two former Winona Senior High School athletes, one who went on to play professional baseball and one who died before he could graduate, will be recognized in a new Hall of Fame.

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Buswell bids farewell to County Board; Meyer announces candidacy in Third District

Kathy Buswell, commissioner of Winona County's Second District, tearfully announced Tuesday she will not seek another term of office.

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Check out those urban legends

by Cynthya Porter

Fama crescit eundo.

The rumor grows as it goes.

Tempting. Tantalizing. Tormenting. A stroll through just about any e-mail in-box today will reveal throngs of forwards promising gift certificates, carrying warnings or revealing shocking "truths," all usually sent by well-meaning friends wanting to spread the word.

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Lewiston Kindergartners and their parents sang the "tootie-tot" song Tuesday at the Kindergarten family picnic, held indoors because of the rain. As the smiles show, rain didn't seem to dampen anyones's spirits (photo by Christina Eberhard)

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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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