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COLUMNS : FRAN EDSTROM - POSTSCRIPT  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Amtrak (03/06/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- In a recent article in the online magazine Slate, Matthew Yglesias opined on the economic viability of Amtrak. With typical East Coast bias, Yglesias dismissed passenger rail service to any destinatio ... 

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Good news from Mexico (03/03/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- Dramatic changes in the public education system in Mexico being enacted by President Enrique Pena Nieto could be very good news for us in the U.S., and for the struggling Mexican people.

Pena Nieto’s ... 

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Warmth at last (02/27/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- In my journey through widowhood, I have resolved to revisit some of the places that were constants during my forty-two-year marriage to John. I started small, with trips to our cabin, out on the river ... 

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Governor’s plan bad for our area (02/20/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- here are many things about Gov. Dayton’s budget plan to dislike. But allow me to discuss one of his proposals that could sound the death knell of business in small communities all over the state—Winon ... 

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Blondes (02/17/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- Cassidy and Angie were in town to see me say my five lines in “Angels in the Trees.” Perhaps that seems a little egotistical, but that’s what got them here, and they were glad they came, as they enjoy ... 

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Bad decision (02/13/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- Boundary disputes are among the most contentious of all litigations. After all, they are very often about people’s homes, a topic that can elicit a visceral response.

In Winona County, a dispute over ... 

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Gerald (Tony) Brown, R.I.P (02/10/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- In August 1969, John and I were married, and in September he was to start his job as ninth grade English teacher in Winona. That summer, as we both recently graduated from college, he was living at ho ... 

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For sale (02/06/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- Actually, I may give it away—one slightly used…um…torture agonizing girdle miserable piece of…um…shapewear. I know I’m older than many of you. (I saw a play poster at the coffee shop, and thought it s ... 

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Rehearsal (02/03/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- I’m sitting in the Masonic Theater, waiting for rehearsal to begin for “Angels in the Trees: Rockwell Kent in Winona.” There are two younger people—maybe SMU students—on stage, putting together a plat ... 

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Raise class sizes (01/30/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- The Winona Public School district finds itself in the age-old position of having to cut jobs and programs due to falling revenue. For parents new to the way school finances work, rest assured this hap ... 

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