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Scam artist poses as Winona officer (04/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The Winona Police Department (WPD) is currently looking into a scam involving someone claiming to be one of their own. On Friday, April 18, two men went to the residence of a woman living on Janet Mar ... 

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Rushford Farmers Market opens May 7 (04/23/2014)
Rushford Peterson Valley Farmers Market currently has a lineup of 12 vendors and has been contacted by many who are considering joining. The market is slated to open May 7 and runs through October 1,  ... 

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St. Charles Farmers Market seeks vendors (04/23/2014)
Do you like to grow vegetables, or make artistic crafts? Would you like an entertainment venue, or want to educate the community about a specific topic? Then perhaps you would like to join in this sum ... 

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How livable is Winona County? (04/21/2014)
Officials in Winona County are asking residents and businesses for their input as part of a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) for the County’s Active Living Plan. The online survey seeks to determine the ... 

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SMU’s ‘Row, Ride, Run Triathlon’ April 26 (04/21/2014)
The annual Saint Mary’s University “Row, Ride, Run Triathlon” will take place on Saturday, April 26, beginning at 9 a.m. at Lake Lodge in Winona and finishing on SMU’s Winona campus. About 150 athlete ... 

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AllEnergy sand plans presented to Arcadia (04/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The city of Arcadia, Wis., is being asked to ponder some big numbers. A proposed $50 million frac sand facility seeking annexation from the city would mine 260 acres, ship 1.2 million tons of sand per ... 

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City ponders WSU ball field deal (04/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- A $5.4 million proposal by Winona State University (WSU) to convert a city softball field into a shared baseball field was greeted with mixed feelings by the Winona City Council on Monday. Contrary to ... 

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Cotter Auction Saturday (04/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The 35th annual Cotter Auction is a highly enjoyable charitable event for those who attend on Saturday, April 26, but for Cotter students, the auction is a vital fundraiser that provides a quality lea ... 

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Planting blue for abuse prevention (04/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Outside the Family & Children’s Center (FCC) on Franklin Street, the metal stems of an unfamiliar bud bloom bright blue against the lawn of muddied green grass. Unlike the perennials of spring, howeve ... 

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Happy birthday, MWMF! (04/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Most five-year-olds do not cut their birthday cake at sold out shows with nationally famous performers, but Mid West Music Fest (MWMF) is cooler than the average five-year-old.

"New acts, new v ... 

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