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Local elections draw candidate hopefuls (06/04/2014)
by AMELIA WEDEMEYER and CHRIS ROGERS

Many local government election filing periods closed Tuesday. Below are the candidates who announced they would run for local office before the Winona Post went ... 

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Levee group debates floodgates, kayak launch (06/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Debate over the floodgate concept continued as the Winona Levee Park Committee had all-but-final discussions of the park project design. The group discussed a new funding idea that centered on develop ... 

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Celebrating the life and legacy of John Latsch (06/02/2014)
John Latsch Week

July 21 to July 26!

Many have heard the name John Latsch before, but most probably only know it from the State Park. John Latsch was a wholesale grocer in early Winona and greatl ... 

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Storage for Masonic Temple drops (06/02/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- The Winona City Council is expected to consider a request to put the historic Masonic Temple theater drops into storage in an effort to preserve them from further deterioration, as the city works to d ... 

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Winona Post's 'Legacy of Latsch' Youth Essay Contest (06/02/2014)
The Winona Post is sponsoring the “Legacy of Latsch” Youth Essay Contest to help area children and teens reflect upon the life of one of Winona’s greatest benefactors.

Area youth aged 17 and under m ... 

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Day of Caring showcases growth (06/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Faith, 14, and Brook, 12, are trying to remember the exact shade of green they painted the bleachers at Lion’s Park down by the Bud King Ice Arena.

“It was a darker green,” Faith says.

“It honestl ... 

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Ridgeway celebrates grads (06/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- In Terran Cross’ speech at Ridgeway Community School’s 2014 fifth-grade promotion on Wednesday, the Winona Senior High School (WSHS) senior stressed the importance of trying new things. “I regret not  ... 

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City pressure spurs new Gilmore/61 plan (06/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The concerns of city leaders and local businesses spurred the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) to return to the drawing board and rethink its plans for improving the intersection of Hig ... 

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County ponders new administrator role (06/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- How powerful the next Winona County Administrator will be depends on the upcoming decisions of the County Board. Commissioner Wayne Valentine spoke out earlier this month, saying that the public is &q ... 

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John A. Latsch: the man, the legacy (05/30/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- Over a century ago, when Winona was a bustling riverport distributing the lumber that would help settle the Midwest and beyond, a legacy was born under the cover of a beached narrow canoe during a sum ... 

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