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Sheriff candidates debate crime, prevention (07/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Three of the six candidates for Winona County Sheriff were present Wednesday night to answer voter-submitted questions at the sheriff forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters–Winona and the Women ... 

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Kovesci, Moen challenge Valentine (07/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- All three candidates for the Winona County Board District Two seat laid out their positions on the 2013 zoning ordinance amendments, frac sand, employee morale, and financial priorities at a League of ... 

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Candidates for county auditor/treasurer debate (07/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Who will be the next Winona County Auditor/Treasurer? Last week four candidates for the position faced off, espousing very different priorities and visions for county governance. The next auditor/trea ... 

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City swaps lanes for parking on Main Street (07/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona plans to swap two traffic lanes for added parking on Main Street downtown. The City Council voted 6-1 to pursue a proposal that would eliminate a lane of traffic on both sides of the four-lane  ... 

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Gotta Dance wins national titles (07/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Situated in the middle of a strip mall near Highway 14, the Gotta Dance Winona (GDW) dance studio is not flashy or adorned with frivolous glitter and sequins, which is in contrast to the competitive d ... 

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Miller Ingenuity unveils Creation Station (07/23/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Steve Blue wants Miller Ingenuity (formerly Miller Felpax) employees to spend 25 percent of their time in the break room. Actually, it is far more than a break room, and the company expects employees  ... 

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Super-Gav needs you Saturday (07/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- At four years old, Gavin Quimby is at the threshold of the unknown. Although it is not unfamiliar territory for Gavin and his family — mom, Shanna; dad, Nick; and sister, Ali, 7 — it is still a scary  ... 

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WSU football player dies during training (07/23/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- A Winona State University (WSU) football player collapsed and died Monday evening during a football conditioning session at Maxwell Field. Shawn Afryl, 22, of Skokie, Ill., had been suffering from a h ... 

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Cotter, WACS, receive anonymous, multi-million dollar gift
Dredge work continues
Eastwood Bank to be acquired by Bremer
Man in serious condition following Lewiston assault
Man killed in tractor rollover
Political signs illegal on state highway rights of way
Reward offered for information in Brown death
Wabasha native wins Pan American Wrestling Championship
Wis. inventor hopes to supplant Zamboni
Woman killed after fall from bridge

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