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More students take advanced classes (10/20/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- For some high school students, whether or not to take an advanced placement (AP) course is a decision that does not rest solely on their shoulders. Instead, this choice may be hindered or encouraged b ... 

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Tri-Mac land up for grabs (10/08/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- A new hotel, restaurant, apartments, more condominium units, and/or commercial storefronts — the list of what might replace the former Tri-Mac lumber building in downtown Winona is still broad, but ch ... 

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Final inspection: Olson fired (10/08/2014)
by Sarah Squires

and Chris Rogers

The city of Winona recently terminated Greg Olson from his job as a building inspector. Olson, who is a Winona County Commissioner and was the president of a city ... 

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Sand dust under limit; debate continues (10/13/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Should Winonans be worried about frac sand dust? Last week, the Winona City Council heard from state air quality experts on the progress of silica dust monitoring at the roof of the Winona YMCA: all o ... 

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Got a scary story? (10/01/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The tingle down your spine when you approach the dank basement stairs that lead to a black abyss. That feeling you get when you are home alone, but there are sounds of footsteps in the attic. The eeri ... 

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Cemetery Walk brings back wartime memories (10/13/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- . Gwen Hirsch showed around a group of local students at the Winona County Historical Society’s Woodlawn Cemetery walk on Wednesday. Area students learned about life during wartime in Winona.  ... 

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Sailing the Arctic (10/01/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Taff Roberts had a cold summer. The Welsh-born Winonan sailed north of Newfoundland, north of Hudson Bay, and north of the Arctic Circle into a land of frigid gales and icebergs, polar bears and seal  ... 

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Saved by a seatbelt (10/13/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- It was in the early morning hours of a Sunday in April 2013 when 16-year-old Matt Appel received a ticket from officer Josh Murphy of the Winona Police Department for not wearing his seatbelt. Less th ... 

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Book celebrates Winona architecture (10/20/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The William Windom/Abner Hodgins House (Windom/Hodgins House) sits at 275 Harriet Street, a hard to miss home with classic Victorian characteristics, including long windows and elaborate detailing thr ... 

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Hop on the tour bike (10/20/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- If it rains next week, Mike Munson will have a tarp to pull over his guitar as it rattles down Highway 61. Hopefully his CDs will be safe and dry inside a pannier. The Winona bluesman is joining up wi ... 

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