Wednesday, October 9, 2002

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Cat nap. this cat rested among the pumpkins at the Great pumpkin Patch on U.S. Highway 14, Stockton Hill, on Monday. The pumkin patch will be open through Halloween. (Photo by Christina Eberhard)


County Courthouse insurance settlement upped to $3.8 million

The Winona County Board received good news and bad news Tuesday regarding the Winona County Courthouse remodeling project.

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Security issues topic of County debate

County commissioners decided Tuesday that more information is needed before a main entrance security vestibule could be considered for the Winona County Courthouse.

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Community Voices underway, with some paring down

After a bit of reconfiguring, the Community Voices Initiative study circle project is underway, drawing residents from across the area into a conversation about how alcohol issues affect Winona.

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Overlaying County 105 could save county $500,000

Facing a $1.2 million budget shortfall, the Winona County Board on Tuesday discussed ways to reduce spending, one option being applying an overlay on County Road 105 in Wilson Township at a cost savings of $500,000.

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City Council approves salary increases

The Winona Mayor and City Council members approved a three percent pay increase for themselves Monday night by unanimous vote.

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Stroll through Winona's history during " Voices from the past: Woodlawn Cemetery Discover Walk 2002," sponsored by the Winona County Historical Society. Public tours will be available October 12 and 13 from noon to 3 p.m., featuring costumed re-enactors portraying some of the cemetery's most interesting residents. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for youth 12 and under. (Photo by Cynthya Porter)

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Malcomb- This is MalcombMal for short. He has been at the Humane Society for quite awhile. We know it is his stature and beautiful golden eyes that some adoptive families shy away from, but the ladies think that he is a real nice guy. Sometimes he gets cranky just like you humans do. He is waiting for that special family to come and find him. Please come soon!

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