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by CHRIS ROGERS
Sergeant Eric Engrav knows the backstories of several Winonans who suffer from mental illness. “We get a lot of calls on this young man because people are unnerved by him, but what he’s doing isn’t illegal,”...
by Winona Post Editor-in-chief Sarah Squires
I’m sorry I’ve kept you waiting. Every day, every where I go, one of you dear readers asks me how my big, funny white dog is getting along, ...
by Judge Dennis Challeen
Have cemeteries as we know them gone the way of the horse and buggy, steam engines and land line telephones? There are some who say it’s now or later — that per...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
by LAURA HAYES
When Matt Schrupp graduated from Cotter High School in 2014, he embarked on a trip to Wyoming. Hiking through the mountains and along the lakes, Matt was inspired by the picturesque landscape, lifted up his camera, and started snapp...
The Winona Arts Center will present “The Practice of Drawing/the Language of Art” by a number of local and regional artists who participate in the Tuesday evening life-drawing group at SMU. This very brief exhibit will be on display from ...
by LAURA HAYES
When Sean Sherman first tried his hand at cooking, it was more out of necessity than hobby. He and his sister were home alone while his mother was in school, and, as the oldest, Sherman started cooking for his family.
by CHRIS ROGERS
After two months of discussion, the future existence of a city of Winona grant program that funded dozens of local community art projects is still in limbo. The sale of fancifully decorated, larger-than-life blue heron statues in 2...
It happens at about this time every year. The cause: Chlorophyll production in tree leaves slows down and stops and the leaves lose their green color. The effect: Minnesotans flock outside to behold the magnificent red, gold and orange color transfor...
Heather Clark Hilliard is a conceptual fiber artist from Norman, Okla., who is in Lanesboro as Artist in Residence with Lanesboro Arts from September 5-30, 2016. Hilliard believes that communities start with the ground they are built on and are deepl...
The eight-piece Gate City Dixieland Jazz Band will perform in the main dining room of the Jefferson’s Pub & Grill on Sunday, September 25, from 6–8 p.m. The Upper Mississippi Jazz Society will take a free-will offering for the m...
The Winona Senior High School boys varsity soccer team might have lost their Thursday night game 4-2 against Faribault, but coach Peter Weess is optimistic about the season.
This was their seventh game of the season with a record of three wins, o...
St. Charles running back Parker Wendt (21) scored a touchdown last week during a game against Rochester Lourdes. St. Charles lost 31-24.
The Owatonna Huskies Bullpen Club (OHBC) in partnership with Youth 1st, Owatonna Park and Recreation, The Walser Foundation and Minnesota Twins Community Fund have selected the Goodview Sandlot 12A baseball team as Youth 1st Team Award winners for th...
Congratulations to Grant Wolner of the Winona Swim Club, who helped represent Team Minnesota at 2016
Central MegaZone Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., on August 4-7.
Fifteen teams from 12 states sent their most qualified 14 and under swimm...
On Friday morning Winona pickleball fanatics converged on Winona’s newly refurbished Lake Park pickelball/tennis courts. All four courts were in use with great play and a view of the bluffs to boot. Refreshments were served to celebrate. Thanks...
Pictured are (back row) Emily Burfeind, Olivia KLug, Alex Ludford, (front row) Allison Lee and Darryle Stoltman.
Hope Lady Patriot VOLLEYBALL:
Join the Patriots for Hope LHS volleyball matches. Home games are at Immanuel Silo. JV starts at 6 p....
The Morrie Miller Foundation team number one posted an 11 win, two loss, one tie (called because of darkness) record playing against teams from the La Crosse Area Junior Legion League and the Twilight League this summer.
The Morrie Miller Foundat...
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