Wednesday, July 10, 2002

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Officer resigns, charges dropped

The City of Winona will accept the resignation of police officer John Howe III in exchange for the dismissal of several misdemeanor charges filed against him in connection to the theft of two bicycles from police custody.

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Garden Tour set for Sunday

Big ideas for little spaces and grand schemes for big spaces will be spotlighted this Saturday on the Women's Resource Center 7th Annual Garden Path Tour, an event that raises money for the WRC by persuading area gardeners to share their passion with the public.

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SMU will close St. T's in September

The current staff of St. T's Tennis and Sports Club will not be employed there as of September 1, Bob Conover of Saint Mary's University confirmed Tuesday.

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Wilson Township tosses valley road job back to county

A decision by the Wilson Township Board Monday night gives the responsibility for reconstructing County Road 105 in East Burns Valley back to Winona County.


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Winona Public Library director placed on leave pending complaint investigation

Pending an investigation by the city, Winona Public Library Director Kathleen Braun was placed on temporary administrative leave, City Manager Eric Sorensen told the Winona Post.

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CVB director resins

Effective July 8, Al Thurley resigned as the Winona Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau Director after 11 years at the helm.

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