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Fire destroys dance hall in Independence (11/20/2013)
On Saturday, November 16, at 6:17 a.m., the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call reporting a structure fire at the La Hacienda Club Midway in the City of Independence.

The Inde ... 

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La Crescent man killed in vehicle crash (11/20/2013)
By Sarah Squires --

A 21-year-old La Crescent man was killed in a one-vehicle rollover on County Road 11 south of Ridgeway on Saturday night.

Caleb Leslie Hughes was alone in his vehicle when it left the roadway, beca ... 

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Level-three sex offender to be released (11/20/2013)
By Sarah Squires --

A level-three sex offender will be released on November 26, and is expected to live at a residence on the 25000 block of Highway 248 in rural Minnesota City.

Joseph Charles Zacher, 34, has a histor ... 

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Schools without achievement progress will face consequences (11/20/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- 'It's our new world

Minnesota has a new goal in education, spelled out in the 2013 "World's Best Workforce" legislation: all third graders should be proficient in r ... 

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Why is the Model-T in the Mississippi? (11/20/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- Winona County Sheriff Dave Brand might be the first to admit that there is likely no one who will remember the story first-hand, but on the off chance that the Model-T Ford found in the river near Lev ... 

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Will Mn/DOT pay for visual features on bridge (11/20/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- If the funding can be found, a staircase may zigzag from the top of the new Winona bridge down to Second Street and a bike trail may wrap around the bridge landing at Fourth Street to parkland below.  ... 

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School Board discusses curriculum issues (11/17/2013)
By Sarah Squires --

The state of Minnesota measures student success by the numbers, using standardized tests to show what classroom content individual students have mastered, and what they have not. The coursework that ... 

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Air monitoring plan stalled with tie vote (11/17/2013)
By Chris Rogers --

A proposal to monitor frac sand dust and diesel fumes failed to pass on a tie vote of the Winona Planning Commission last Tuesday. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) last month offered to ... 

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Buildings destroyed by fire to be razed (11/17/2013)
By Chris Rogers --

Buildings damaged by the September 13 fire are slated for demolition early next week. More than two months after the blaze, City of Winona Building Official Steve Carson reported that the three down ... 

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Air monitoring plan stalled with tie vote (11/17/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- A proposal to monitor frac sand dust and diesel fumes failed to pass on a tie vote of the Winona Planning Commission last Tuesday. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) last month offered to p ... 

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