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A stable heart (04/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- As the woman opened the door to the small stable, she released a rush of bright light that seemed to clear the shadows and dust and illuminate the area.

“Well, wells are deep," the woman said  ... 

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Mn/DOT pursues least expensive Hwy. 61/Gilmore fix (04/16/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- State claims it doesn't need city approval

Winona City Council member Allyn Thurley called it a "band-aid;" Mayor Mark Peterson called it a "minimal fix" not the "rea ... 

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An interactive drama (04/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Have you ever wanted to change the ending of an otherwise perfect story? Maybe there was a movie or play that would have been flawless had it not included a certain scene or character’s decision. Stor ... 

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County defends Nisbit mine permit (04/16/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Last fall, after two years of public debate, operators fired up the backhoe at the 20-acre Nisbit mine in southwestern Winona County, but the court battle over the decision continues. Last week, lawye ... 

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Dyngus Day at the Polish Museum (04/16/2014)
On the Monday after Easter, April 21 this year, the Polish people celebrate Dyngus Day, a tradition arising from religious ritual that reminds its participants of their Baptism. It involves spritzing  ... 

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Winonans explore Antarctica (04/16/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- When Winonan Kurt Sarkiaho heard a presentation by Winona State University professor emeritus Carol Jefferson describing penguins and seals going blind from overexposure to UV rays on her recent trip  ... 

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River crash report complete — no charges (04/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Officials

withhold

full report

In a joint news conference on Monday, Winona County Sheriff Dave Brand and Winona County Attorney Karin Sonneman said that no criminal charges will be filed as  ... 

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DAC garage sale May 2, 3 (04/16/2014)
The Winona County Developmental Achievement Center (DAC) has announced plans to hold its fourth annual garage sale on Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3, 2014, in conjunction with the 100 mile garage  ... 

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Dyngus Day at the Polish Museum (04/16/2014)
On the Monday after Easter, April 21 this year, the Polish people celebrate Dyngus Day, a tradition arising from religious ritual that reminds its participants of their Baptism. It involves spritzing  ... 

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Sex offender released in Minnesota City (04/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- by AMELIA WEDEMEYER

The Winona Police Department (WPD) announced the release of a level-three sex offender to Winona County. Amelioloena Jonquese Mitchell, 30, is set to be released on May 6, 2014 ... 

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