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by CHRIS ROGERS
Everything Sarah Johnson touches turns colors: scarlet, turquoise, electric blue, banana yellow. The full spectrum appears — like opening a new box of crayons — in stripes, in polka dots, in her artwork, in her clothes,...
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
Local singers will fill the halls of the celebrated Chapel of Saint Mary of the Angels with sound and joy on Thursday.
The Valencia Chorale is a new community choir in Winona. Their debut concert, which will take place on ...
by CHRIS ROGERS
Bar fights, drunken drivers, domestic assaults — after spending most of the last 14 years on the night shift, Winona Police Department (WPD) Officer Brad Barrientos is used to running from one call to the next. He was constan...
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
At Winona Middle School, students in John Weaver’s science classes were recently transported through the power of storytelling and imagination to an island for a study of a new species — the wuzzle.
by Maggie Modjeski, columnist
As I write this I don’t know the outcome of the Winona Winhawk semi-final football game. Whatever the outcome the season has been a win for us.
by Rachelle Schultz, EdD, president/CEO, Winona Health
Health care is one of the most highly regulated industries in the U.S. I believe the nuclear power industry is the only one that has more regu...
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Organizers seek entries for artwork to exhibit in solo or two-person shows in the Exhibition Gallery at Lanesboro Arts in 2022. Available exhibits in 2022 are approximately eight weeks in length and artists working in all visual arts mediums are enco...
Local reused material artist Jamie Harper will be opening a new exhibit of work at No Name Bar, 252 East Third Street, on Friday, November 15, from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. There are over 80 pieces on display and all of them are painted with reclaimed latex h...
The Winona Fine Arts Commission (FAC), with the support of city staff and the City Council, is launching a new public art project called the Winona Poetry Walk, consisting of original poetry stamped into sidewalks beginning this spring starting in do...
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) invites the community to view a unique exhibit featuring the work of printmaking artists ages 55 and older who participated in a recent workshop alongside teens from Riverway Learning Community.
John Paulson’s big band returns to Winona Saturday, December 1, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for an evening of exciting and original contemporary jazz at Wellington’s Pub and Grill. They will perform two sets of music by tenor saxophonist, comp...
It all happened so fast.
One minute, the Winona Senior High School football team was skipping into the locker room with the lead in the MSHSL Class AAAA state semifinals, another state championship game appearance within reach.
But just like ...
Ryan Henningson isn’t quite done re-writing the Winona Senior High School wrestling record books just yet.
But after he does, he has a plan for the next four years.
Henningson recently signed a National Letter of Intent to compete in wre...
First-year Warrior Ava Sergio guards a player from Viterbo University as she looks to see whether a shot made by teammate Allie Pickrain makes it in the net. The Warriors emerged victorious on Saturday, November 16, scoring 80-66.
Photo by Nicole ...
by MAURICE HUDSON
From The Winonan, WSU’s student newspaper
Winona State Warriors men’s basketball team scored their first win of the season against Michigan Tech, snapping a three-game skid that started the 2019-20 season.
Junior Tigers (pre-kindergarten) students joined with the “Big Tigers” (fifth through eighth grades) for activities at half time of the basketball games recently held at St. Matthew’s School. The junior Tigers also received free T-s...
Four members of the Winona Mountain Bike Team were recognized at the Minnesota High School Cycling League year-end celebration. Pictured from left are Ben Wisniewski, ninth-place finisher for seventh grade; Braden Coudron, fifth-place finisher for 10...
An induction ceremony for the Winona Wrestling Hall of Fame will be held on Saturday, November 23, at the Winona Elks Lodge starting with a social at 4 p.m., a meal at 5 p.m., and a program at 6 p.m.
David Moracco — 1964-1978
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