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Program offers WSHS credit make-up (08/06/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- As August, the last of the summer months, arrives, Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) educators begin the task of preparing to meet the needs of all students as well as figuring out ways to help those  ... 

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Post Office hours cut (08/06/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Post offices in Rollingstone and Minnesota City were visited last Thursday by representatives from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to help explain the upcoming reductions to open office hours.

The ten ... 

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Winona considers security cameras (08/06/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Angry voices and broken bottles bouncing off a brick street, a knife driven between a man's ribs, an embarrassing slip on the ice ó it may all soon be on live video at the Winona police station.  ... 

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Sonnet contest grows (08/06/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- In renaissance Europe, "if you wanted to get the girl, you had to be able to write sonnets," explained Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) Artistic Director Doug Scholz-Carlson. "Th ... 

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Gathering brings us together (08/06/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- For one weekend in September, Winona will return to its Dakota roots for three days filled with Native American history, linguistics, food, lacrosse games, dancing and celebrations. ď[The Great Dakota ... 

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WAPS Board to discuss teacher evaluations (08/06/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) are aiming to improve student achievement through new, thorough teacher evaluations, which are on track to be implemented this fall, according to WAPS Director of Lea ... 

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New frac rules tested (08/06/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- It has been a month of firsts for frac sand regulation in Minnesota. Within days of each other, two state laws regulating silica sand have come into play for the first time ever. In the last two weeks ... 

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Baby Boomer Shindig August 9 (08/06/2014)
Q & A with organizer Steve Cooker

Q: Everybody sure has fun at these Baby Boomer Shindigs at the Black Horse, donít they?

Cooker: Yes. People come in from coast to coast. Some plan their vacations ... 

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Algae suspected in dog poisonings at Latsch (08/05/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Two dogs were poisoned by what is believed to be blue-green algae at Latsch Island recently. Hershey, a chocolate lab, was comatose when she arrived at the veterinary clinic last Wednesday and narrowl ... 

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Filing starts for some local boards, councils (08/05/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The filing period for several nearby counties, cities, townships and school districts opened this past Tuesday, July 29, and will close on Tuesday, August 12. The general election will be held on Tues ... 

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