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County candidates square off at forum (09/18/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Frac sand, zoning, and the budget — candidates for the Winona County Board covered all the hot topics at last week's League of Women Voters (LWV) forum. Jim Pomeroy, of Winona, and Marcia Ward, o ... 

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BNSF seeks rail spur (09/22/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- Buffalo County Supervisors have confirmed that BNSF Railway Company officials have approached them with interest in a rail loading facility along State Highway 35 to help increase the railroad's  ... 

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WAPS crafts new achievement plan (09/18/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) is moving forward with its World’s Best Workforce (WBWF) plan, which is the result of Minnesota education legislation introduced in 2013 that replaced test score requ ... 

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City clears Wilkie garden for bigger events (09/25/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- This week city of Winona workers removed the garden at the former Wilkie site to make way for larger events in Levee Park. Prairie plants were removed and the site was leveled. It will be covered with ... 

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Fighting a cruel disease together (09/25/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Like many spouses of Alzheimer's patients, Dave Guenther patiently cared for his wife Bette even as he became the target of her confusion and frustration. He would follow Bette around the house,  ... 

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Rushford-Peterson seeks $38M building (09/22/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The Rushford-Peterson School District (RPSD) will be asking tax payers to dig a little bit deeper into their pockets to afford a new school building for the district. On the upcoming November 4 electi ... 

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A bright horizon for Dahl (09/18/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- The excitement was palpable Thursday, as a thick red ribbon stretched outside the former site of Cornerstone Church on Highway 61 was cut in two. During the official groundbreaking, Dahl Family Automo ... 

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County plans to hold steady on levy (09/25/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Deficit shrinks

by $1.5M

Last week, the Winona County Board was poised to set a preliminary 2015 property tax levy with no increase from 2014. Budget cuts approved earlier this month and tighte ... 

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Winona man arrested after assault, stabbing
Level two sex offender moves to West Broadway

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