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Celebrating the life and legacy of John Latsch (06/02/2014)
John Latsch Week

July 21 to July 26!

Many have heard the name John Latsch before, but most probably only know it from the State Park. John Latsch was a wholesale grocer in early Winona and greatl ... 

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Winona Post's 'Legacy of Latsch' Youth Essay Contest (06/02/2014)
The Winona Post is sponsoring the “Legacy of Latsch” Youth Essay Contest to help area children and teens reflect upon the life of one of Winona’s greatest benefactors.

Area youth aged 17 and under m ... 

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John A. Latsch: the man, the legacy (05/30/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- Over a century ago, when Winona was a bustling riverport distributing the lumber that would help settle the Midwest and beyond, a legacy was born under the cover of a beached narrow canoe during a sum ... 

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Discrimination or dishonesty? (07/21/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona County will be challenged in court over its termination of former county administrator Duane Hebert; it is only a matter of time. That was the message from Hebert's attorney, Erick Kardaal ... 

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4th Ward City Council candidates debate (07/21/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona City Council candidates Ken Jackson and George Borzyskowski discussed Winona's needs and its contentious issues at the League of Women Voters (LWV) forum Tuesday. Jackson is one of two can ... 

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Essay contest connects Latsch and local youth (07/09/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona summers would be a lot less fun if it were not for John Latsch. Whether you like to fish, paddle, hike, camp, go to the pool, motorboat, mountain bike, or play baseball or golf, Winonans have o ... 

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