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Christmas tree pickup Jan. 11

For the second consecutive year, the Sunrisers Kiwanis Club of Winona is planning a Christmas tree pickup for Winona and Goodview. It will take place on Saturday, January 11, 2003, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Trees should be placed on the boulevard at the Southeast corner of the intersections.
Kiwanis members are receiving assistance from Circle K and a fraternity from Winona State University, area Boy Scouts, and National Honor Society students from Winona Senior High School. Donations, designated for "Christmas Tree Pickup," can be mailed to Sunrisers Kiwanis Club, PO Box 351, Winona, MN 55987.


Dist. 861 board member critical of financial reporting

With just a little over a week before an organizational meeting will take place, Winona school board member Todd Rasmussen has announced he will not run again for clerk/treasurer and he will not support Larry Laber as board chair.

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Renovated courthouse opens Monday; work started on former school buildings

The changing of the guard in the former west middle school building is expected to be officially completed around Jan. 1, when Winona County moves its last remaining items into the newly-remodeled courthouse, and MetroPlains Development, owners of the east and west buildings, move in and begin prepping for construction.

 
Workmen continued the move into the renovated County Courthouse from temporary quarters at the former Winona Middle School. Court will be held in the Courthouse beginning December 30, 2002, after being forced out by water damage in September of 2002. (Photo by KC Saxon)


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Work of Women in Business not done

The year was 1981, and the roster of people gathered around the table read like a Who's Who Directory of influential people from every sector of Winona. These 13 were the movers and shakers, the people who could make something happen, and together around this conference table they were planning war.

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Self-proclaimed "Polish Pirate" Steven Kukowski sports his Christmas season threads, complete with faux sword. Kukowski is a fixture in downtown Winona where he can often be seen in his various costumes. (Photo by Frances Edstrom)

 


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