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Frenchie (10/28/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- When I was a little kid, my parents were poor. Really poor. I remember a faded Polaroid showing me in a footed onesie, standing on our rented front porch, excitedly holding a bunch of bananas. I was h ... 

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The view from Main Street: The little “C” store that could (10/28/2014)
by Don Salyards

Quietly, in a La Crosse, Wis., industrial park, a business firm is establishing the energy policy of the United States in ways that will reduce pollution, lower transportation costs ... 

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Swamp water jurisprudence: To 'whup' or not to 'whup' — that is the question (10/20/2014)
by Judge Dennis Challeen

My father was old-fashioned and shaved with a straight razor that he sharpened with a strop that hung on the wall. Whenever we kids got out of line he would point to the s ... 

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The girl and the chicken (10/20/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- I have plenty of chicken stories. There was the time when I was the girl with the chicken, “Andrea,” if you recall. (Search “What came first? The chicken!” at winonapost.com.) There was the chicken wh ... 

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Cheers! It’s National Newspaper Week (10/13/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- I was sitting in my beat up Ford Escort on a boulevard curved around Lake Amelia in Western Minnesota more than a decade ago, and my palms were sweating. I was talking to myself. “You can do this. You ... 

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Farm Bureau supports Comprehensive Plan (10/13/2014)
From: Glen Groth

Winona County

Farm Bureau President

Houston

“Winona County Farm Bureau strongly recommends passage of the newly developed Winona County Comprehensive Plan 2014.”

This was a r ... 

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Why Y: Youth find strong foundation at Y (10/13/2014)
by Derek Madsen, YMCA CEO

Nearly 25 years ago, Minnesota’s Search Institute, a youth development focused research and advocacy organization, released a framework for 40 developmental assets. This f ... 

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View from Main Street: Humble hero from Chicago's South Side (10/08/2014)
by Don Salyards

In this column I will write about current events, politics, economics, religion and other topics that most reasonable people won’t touch. My last column was about sports and this on ... 

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Just 50 words (10/01/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- I remember my first newspaper election issue. I had only been on the job for a few months and was charged with writing most of the content and designing most of the pages. With a Monday morning deadli ... 

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Wizard’s Quest (10/01/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- As I get older, I’m beginning to really appreciate the fact that my wedding anniversary comes just two days before my birthday. First, the anniversary can overshadow the details about my birthday (age ... 

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