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COLUMNS : GUEST COLUMNIST  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
New partnership approach to community giving (09/25/2011)
From: Tina Anderson

As Dahl Automotive celebrates 100 years in business, it made a decision to commit to the Winona community by joining the Winona Community Foundation (WCF) as the foundation’s fi ... 

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Becoming more efficient and fiscally responsible (09/21/2011)
From: Deb Roschen

Wabasha County Commissioner

I filed for the office of County Commissioner because I was troubled over the financial direction of Wabasha County Government. In 2004 our net tax l ... 

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Summer’s coming - PLAYtime! (04/27/2011)
By Paul Barnes -- In two very short weeks most of the GRSF 2011 Season company will arrive in Winona, ready to dig into the work of producing this summer’s Festival. The center of our labor will be productions of Shak ... 

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To pause or not to pause (04/03/2011)
City Hall and the County Government Center on Main Street might only be a few blocks away from one another, but they are different worlds, for many reasons. As the resident government reporter on Seco ... 

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Setting the Stage for the next decade (03/30/2011)
By Paul Barnes -- Mark Hauck, Alec Wild, and I first talked about establishing a theatre company in Minnesota over dinner during a storm that dropped six inches of snow on Minneapolis. The date ­— April 30, 2002 — stic ... 

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Shakespeare kicks butt (02/23/2011)
By Paul Barnes -- I’m writing from Syracuse, New York, where I begin rehearsals this week for a production of The Miracle Worker, William Gibson’s play about Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller, which I’m directing at Syra ... 

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An ode to Piano Pat (and my soon-to-be Bräutigam) (02/20/2011)
By Sarah Squires -- Last month Chris and I took a trip, a real trip crossing states and such. This is big news for people like us, who usually spend our free time whittling sticks and shooing possums and other Wisconsiny ... 

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The night Led Zeppelin played in Winona and nobody knew it (02/20/2011)
From: Steve “Cooker” Koch

Having just watched A “Biography” episode on the A&E network about the rock and roll band Led Zeppelin, I recalled the story told to me by my pal Bob Rydman.

Led Zeppeli ... 

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Mystery garden (05/30/2010)
By Sarah Squires -- My experiences with flower gardening are not much to brag about. But if you came out to my new little abode planted next to Merrick State Park, you might think that there was at least a little color i ... 

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Going country (01/27/2010)
By Sarah Squires -- In summer, every guest is a surprise. The forest is thick with greenery, blocking the telltale signs, muffling the whistle of the train as it squeals past, blocking out the highway and its parade of l ... 

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