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EDITORIALS : JOHN EDSTROM  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Christmas Mysteries (12/23/2007)
By John Edstrom -- On the way out of the office this noon (Friday) my circulation manager, Mary, called me over to the reception desk and proffered a large cardboard box with a "Golf Galaxy" label on it. "This came for ... 

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A doable thing (12/16/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Having been duly and properly notified in advance, for which we express our gratitude, the Post attended a news conference at City Hall Friday morning in which Mayor Miller dropped something of a bomb ... 

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Speed limit reduction bad idea (12/02/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Always beware of the person who insists that because there is a problem, something has to be done, especially when the "something" advocated makes no promise to solve the problem. The Winona Fire Dep ... 

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A trip to Lambeau (11/25/2007)
By John Edstrom -- For most Winona men and many of the women heading north of the wintry years beyond age 55, early memories of fall Sundays revolve around groups of people gathered for worship, not around some church  ... 

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Follow the money (11/18/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Last Tuesday, City Hall traipsed three architectural firms through downtown Winona, to measure the feasibility of three sites for a theater and conference center for the great River Shakespeare Festiv ... 

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A parliament of whores* (11/04/2007)
By John Edstrom -- There has never been an older generation which wasn't entirely convinced that the world was going to hell in a handbasket and they have seldom been wrong. Fresh evidence came to light in last Tuesday' ... 

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Free medical care - too high at half the price (10/21/2007)
By John Edstrom -- A story of major interest last week was Congress' inability to override President Bush's veto of the bill to renew and expand the State Children's Health Insurance Program. SCHIP was originally suppos ... 

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Phillips plat still bad idea (10/07/2007)
By John Edstrom -- It was disappointing, but not particularly surprising, to see the City Council vote to approve the preliminary plat for the Phillips development out in Pleasant Valley. This time, at least, the counci ... 

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CP acquisition of DM&E gives Winona less leverage than before (09/09/2007)
By John Edstrom -- News this week of the sale of the Dakota, Minnesota, and Eastern Railroad to Canadian Pacific did not come as a great surprise. Earlier this year the Rochester Coalition, a group formed to oppose the  ... 

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Season of mud and blood upon us (08/19/2007)
By John Edstrom -- About this time of year, you wake up one morning and the lush green of the summer foliage is suddenly spotted scarlet here and there. A sure sign of the approach of autumn, you think? Yes, but more so ... 

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