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  Wednesday April 23rd, 2014    

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AllEnergy sand plans presented to Arcadia (04/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The city of Arcadia, Wis., is being asked to ponder some big numbers. A proposed $50 million frac sand facility seeking annexation from the city would mine 260 acres, ship 1.2 million tons of sand per ... 

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City ponders WSU ball field deal (04/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- A $5.4 million proposal by Winona State University (WSU) to convert a city softball field into a shared baseball field was greeted with mixed feelings by the Winona City Council on Monday. Contrary to ... 

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Cotter Auction Saturday (04/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The 35th annual Cotter Auction is a highly enjoyable charitable event for those who attend on Saturday, April 26, but for Cotter students, the auction is a vital fundraiser that provides a quality lea ... 

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Planting blue for abuse prevention (04/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Outside the Family & Children’s Center (FCC) on Franklin Street, the metal stems of an unfamiliar bud bloom bright blue against the lawn of muddied green grass. Unlike the perennials of spring, howeve ... 

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Happy birthday, MWMF! (04/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Most five-year-olds do not cut their birthday cake at sold out shows with nationally famous performers, but Mid West Music Fest (MWMF) is cooler than the average five-year-old.

"New acts, new v ... 

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Ash borer found in Winona (04/21/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona State University (WSU) professor Neal Mundahl was not pleased to meet his new neighbor. Winona's newest resident is bad news, and, for the past two years, the city has been preparing for i ... 

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Full report on river crash revealed (04/21/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The Minnesota State Patrol’s crash reconstruction report of the January 5, 2014, Mississippi River SUV accident that killed four people has shed light on the factors that contributed to the fatal acci ... 

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John Schneider remembered (04/21/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Jean Schneider can still remember the retirement plans that she and her husband John had begun to talk about in the fall of 1980. John Schneider, a Winona County Sheriff’s Department investigator, had ... 

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Is Levee plan ready for engineers? (04/21/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The fate of Levee Park may be determined in the next month and a half, including whether changes will be made to the conceptual plan and whether the Winona City Council will support it. At the Levee P ... 

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Facilities plans to WAPS board Tuesday (04/21/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- New school, school

closures on list of options

Replacing historic elementary schools with one new building; dividing students into buildings by grade level; sending younger children to the midd ... 

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How livable is Winona County?
Scam artist poses as Winona officer
Rushford Farmers Market opens May 7
SMU’s ‘Row, Ride, Run Triathlon’ April 26
St. Charles Farmers Market seeks vendors

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