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Truck limits divide county (10/20/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Does Buffalo County, Wis., want scenic beauty or business? It may be a false choice, but tourism versus industry has been a common matchup in public policy debates for decades in the beautiful and ind ... 

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Wis. towns consider annexation suit (10/20/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Should two Trempealeau County, Wis., townships take a stand against cities' annexation of rural frac sand mines or work out a deal? Seeking city annexation to avoid county permit denials or restr ... 

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County admits mine mistake (10/20/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Trempealeau County, Wis., regulators goofed when they cracked down on the Guza mine in rural Independence for operating without a permit, but they allege they did find what appear to be significant vi ... 

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Marek takes Miami (10/20/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The last time we saw Winona native Sarah Jane Sutton, the central character of the web series “Off-Awful,” she was navigating the unpredictable world of off-Broadway acting. In three new episodes, Sut ... 

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Hop on the tour bike (10/20/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- If it rains next week, Mike Munson will have a tarp to pull over his guitar as it rattles down Highway 61. Hopefully his CDs will be safe and dry inside a pannier. The Winona bluesman is joining up wi ... 

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More students take advanced classes (10/20/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- For some high school students, whether or not to take an advanced placement (AP) course is a decision that does not rest solely on their shoulders. Instead, this choice may be hindered or encouraged b ... 

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Sheriff candidates talk media relations (10/13/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The relationship between the Winona County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) and the press was highlighted at a sheriff’s forum held by Winona State University’s (WSU) Society for Collegiate Journalists this pa ... 

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Author visits St. Stan's (10/08/2014)
Photo by Amelia Wedemeyer

. St. Stan’s third grader River Repinski and children’s book author Katie Mcky partake in an activity. On Friday, McKy engaged students in a presentation that finished the  ... 

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Students transform Kryszko (10/08/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The new addition and renovated space in Winona State University (WSU) Kryzsko Commons is abuzz with students milling about; some are studying diligently in the re-done Baldwin Lounge, while others rel ... 

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Kupietz block to be transformed (10/20/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Peter Shortridge, one of the owners of the 111 Riverfront Building in downtown Winona, has big plans for the 100 block of East Second Street. The firm purchased the former Kupietz Feed building earlie ... 

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Council candidates debate
Buffalo County crash causes power outage
Fourth assault reported in two months
Voter forums Oct. 21, 22
WH to offer walk-in flu shots
Winona tops fire list

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