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by NATHANIEL NELSON
In celebration of its 150th anniversary, Watkins, Inc., teamed up with Wuolett Bakery to celebrate the company’s birthday with a bang — by breaking a world record. On Friday, the company broke the world record for t...
by CHRIS ROGERS
With a motion akin to milking a cow, Troy LeJeune gently squeezed a trout that lay paralyzed in his arms. “It takes a little finesse, but it’s really easy once you get used to it,” Anna Nelson said. With each sque...
by Sarah Squires
Hers is a legend cast in deep bronze, standing at the edge of a mighty rock with intense contemplation, thin hand a shade against the Mississippi River sun. They say the young Princess Wenonah, rather than marry a man selected by ...
by Scott R. Olson, president, Winona State University
One of my most cherished memories is the time my wife, our daughters and I visited the U.S. Constitution Museum in Philadelphia, where the exhi...
by Frances Edstrom, columnist
I wonder if there is a better place to be than Winona right now. A drive around downtown is exciting, seeing all the construction and imagining what a great effect the...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Winona Fine Arts Commission (FAC) will honor two highly creative movement artists who both often work directly with the Winona community, and one of the most cherished and important arts organizations in the region, with the 2018 Fine Arts Commis...
The Pages Series at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will present Río Mira, an ensemble that specializes in blending contemporary music and traditional sound, on Thursday, September 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Page Theatre.
This fall, the National Eagle Center’s Watershed Gallery is showing the work of southern Minnesota artist Foxfeather R. Zenkova in an exhibition titled “Animal Totem: Exploring the Human-Animal Connection.”
The exhibit, on displa...
Winona Symphony Orchestra announces 2018-2019 season
The Winona Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2018-2019 season, From Minnesota with Love, featuring concerts inspired by Minnesota composers, performers, and symphonies.
The 2018-2019 seaso...
The Winona Arts Center is pleased to celebrate the art of the late Dee Cipov and Susan Briggs in a retrospective exhibit of their artwork. Both women were long-time members, supporters, and volunteers at the Winona Arts Center. The exhibit will run t...
Lanesboro Arts invites community members to share its vision for Gateway Park at a pair of events in the space in September. Ceramics artist Anna Metcalfe will lead two tea and conversation events in the park on Saturday, September 15, from 10:30 a.m...
by MITCHELL BREUER
From The Winonan, WSU’s student newspaper
The Winona State University football team is 2-0 after defeating the University of Sioux Falls, 16-15, on Saturday.
The game proved to be an exciting home debut for the Warrio...
Following a second 50-point win in as many games, the St. Charles Saints took home the traveling trophy, eluding the Eagles yet another time. Throughout the years, Dover-Eyota has had the trophy in its possession more often, but no win was as sweet a...
by LAUREN LOTT
From The Winonan, WSU’s student newspaper
With home-court advantage for the first time this season, the Winona State University women’s volleyball team rallied from a two-game deficit to forcing a five-game match, only ...
The St. Martin’s Mustang cross country team participated in the first meet of the year on Saturday, September 8, at Lake Park in Winona. They competed alongside six other schools in their conference. Blake Herber, grade four, placed first in th...
The Goodview 10U Red baseball team competed in the 36-team MBT 10U A State Tournament from July 13-15. The team beat Eastview 10-0 and then fell to Chanhassen White 5-4. On Saturday, the team concluded pool play by beating Rochester Black 9-4, which ...
Bowling at Westgate Bowl is a regular Tuesday night occurrence for Project COMPASS participants, but trophy night only happens once a month and when it does, it is filled with excitement!
The winners of the May trophy night were Laurel Braatz and ...
The St. Charles High School football team held its annual media day event on Friday morning, August 17, and despite the fog and damp field, players showed up in their home-field jerseys with smiles.
The Saints have their first regular season gam...
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