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Typhoon hits village with local ties (11/13/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- The typhoon leveled houses, destroyed businesses, killed families. As news footage showed devastating scenes that captivated viewers around the world, one tiny island village has been all but left to  ... 

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WAPS may add partial Spanish immersion (11/13/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- Winona Area Public School (WAPS) Board members have asked a team of district administrators and teachers to study an expanded language program which could be implemented during the next school year. S ... 

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Copper thief causes $80K in damages to Winona Mall (11/12/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- A young white man was seen climbing down from the roof of the Winona Mall last week, and further inspection indicated that the suspect may have caused $80,000 in damage to the building’s air condition ... 

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County zoning changes debated (11/10/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- Critics of proposed changes to the Winona County zoning ordinance have often said that it is not a "city versus rural resident" issue, but following a heated debate during the public hearing ... 

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Hebert queries board for support of softened amendment; doesn't find it (11/10/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- Winona County Administrator Duane Hebert contacted commissioners about the proposed zoning ordinance amendments last week, gauging whether a majority of the board was interested in having a relaxed ve ... 

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More space, fewer books at Winona library (11/10/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- The city of Winona staff downsized the collection at the Winona Public Library (WPL) last month to increase visibility of the buildings' interior architecture and, possibly, to make room for a ne ... 

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'She's a super hero' (11/10/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- Students and their teacher were all tearing up when education officials and news crews surprised Winona Senior High School (WSHS) Special Education and Music Teacher Lora Hill with the honor of Winona ... 

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'Too many facilities' will challenge new WAPS supt. (11/10/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- If all goes as planned this time, Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) will have a new chief administrator selected in March 2014.

The recruitment efforts have begun with the help of BKB Executive Sear ... 

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A vigil for those who served (11/10/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- A phone rang in the middle of the night. A groggy "hello" was returned by the voice of an old friend who just needed to talk about what happened decades ago thousands of miles away. Only a f ... 

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Central Lutheran to host Bach Festival (11/10/2013)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona may soon welcome a new festival to town. Central Lutheran Church and the Minnesota Bach Society announced plans to host an annual Bach Festival starting in March of 2015. A Minnesota Bach Socie ... 

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