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Shaw honored for advocacy (12/24/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- An unassuming man with a gentle demeanor, Winonan Stewart Shaw never expected to be twisting the arms of state senators, navigating local political waters, or calling for a major social change from ev ... 

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An early Christmas surprise (12/24/2013)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The faces of Lillyan Willis and her younger brother Jayden Schossow were flushed from standing outside their Ridgeway home as they waited for the big surprise they had been promised. The minutes passe ... 

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City grants extension for the Meadows annexation fee, again (12/24/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- Not all investments turn out the way we hope they will. With 18 empty lots left to sell and a $113,801 tab for sewer and water lines outstanding, the Winona City Council gave Meadows subdivision its t ... 

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New stripes needed for Winhawk marchers (12/24/2013)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- A collective groan can be heard from the five senior drum majors at the mention of the state of the Winona Senior High School marching band uniform pants. It is a groan that seems to encompass all of  ... 

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Winona Health Holiday Hours (12/23/2013)
Winona Health holiday hours will be as follows:

Tuesday, December 24:

· Urgent Care at 420 E. Sarnia: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

· Winona Clinics and outpatient laboratory: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

· Rushford Clini ... 

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City sets the stage for union talks at two percent (12/22/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- The city of Winona made a big move last week in its ongoing union negotiations. The City Council unanimously agreed to a give nonunion employees a two percent raise on Monday. The nonunion rate is som ... 

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Dog walker assaulted in Arcadia (12/22/2013)
The Arcadia Police Department along with the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department is looking for the public’s assistance with an ongoing investigation.

On December 17, at approximately 4:45 p.m.,  ... 

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It's official: Hannon announces retirement (12/22/2013)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- At the School Board meeting on Thursday, Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Superintendent Scott Hannon officially announced his intent to retire at the end of the current school year. While Hannon has ... 

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Language immersion, preschool approved (12/22/2013)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- At the Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Board meeting on Thursday, the board voted to approve both the Spanish language immersion program at Madison Elementary School as well as a collaborative presc ... 

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New Levee Plan discussed (12/22/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- Should the city develop a multimillion dollar Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) center in Levee Park? Should portions of Latsch Island be developed for a new boat landing? How grand — and expensive — sh ... 

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