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EDITORIALS : JOHN EDSTROM  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Could we know what the plan is? (04/15/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Against all odds, (at least as they were figured by some), the Julius C. Wilkie Paddleboat group is ready to go forward with the first phase of repairing the main deck of the steamboat replica that si ... 

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More help from the city (04/08/2007)
By John Edstrom -- The latest happy news out of City Hall is word of a workshop to be hosted by the city of Winona this Thursday, April 12, to explore the possibility of creating something called Special Service Distric ... 

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What part of "no" don’t they understand? (02/25/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Back in January of 2004, then City Council President Dieter Mielimonka, declared, "It is the voters, not the seven people on council," who would decide if there will be a sales tax. Well, last fall's ... 

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Who is getting the truth? (02/21/2007)
By John Edstrom -- On page 7A of this edition of the Post appears a news release from a group calling itself the Minnesota News Council, which finds fault with our coverage last September of a survey conducted by the Wi ... 

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Surge in troop strength? (01/14/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Minnesota's senior senator, Norm Coleman, held a teleconference with various Minnesota media last Thursday. He wanted all of us to know that he was not supporting President Bush's policy of a "surge" ... 

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Minimum wage hike bad idea, as usual (01/10/2007)
By John Edstrom -- The topic of the minimum wage is a well-chewed one, but since the new Democratic majorities in Congress intend to make raising it a signature issue, it is worth masticating again, briefly.

Since on ... 

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What next after smoking ban (01/03/2007)
By John Edstrom -- No sooner had the dust settled from the last election, than we began to hear noises about how the new ruling majority would introduce fresh controls and restrictions into our lives in order to improve ... 

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