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Board to get solar investigation report (04/30/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Investigators in the Winona County solar project probe will present their findings to the County Board by next Tuesday and the board will meet in closed session to discuss it. The report will not be i ... 

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MWMF success! (04/30/2014)
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TdM seeks plays for new series (04/30/2014)
Theatre du Mississippi (TdM) is seeking submissions of original plays for a new playreading series that will debut in June. NewPlay MonDay will be held several times throughout 2014 and 2015 as a way  ... 

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Election head will remain elected, for now (04/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- After more than a year without an auditor/treasurer and months of debate over the position, Winona County will seek candidates starting next month for the elected post charged with overseeing fair tax ... 

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County unions could ‘break’ SWCD deal (04/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- If Winona County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) staff members become Winona County employees — as the county has proposed in a deal to rescue the financially troubled SWCD — would they re ... 

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Riddle takes organic mission to Iran (04/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Early next month, Winona County resident Jim Riddle is traveling to a country where no U.S. officials will go. The U.S. has not had formal relations with the country for over 30 years, President Georg ... 

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WAPS teachers reach 'tentative' deal (04/28/2014)
by AMELIA WEDEMEYER

and SARAH SQUIRES

On Tuesday, the Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) teachers union and the district’s negotiations committee agreed to a tentative contract after nine hours of ... 

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City air monitoring debate renewed (04/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Should frac sand dust in the air be monitored at the fence lines of sand-handling facilities in the city of Winona? After new recommendations from the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board (EQB), a re ... 

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WAPS facility committee report (04/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The facilities committee, composed of community, business, parent, and education leaders, came up with the following suggestions after breaking into three groups and brainstorming ideas over the cours ... 

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WAPS tutors make lasting impact (04/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- On the last day before the long Easter weekend, several Winona Senior High School (WSHS) students sit on tables inside a classroom on the second floor of the high school. Friendly and welcoming, they  ... 

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