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Cassellius named teacher of year (11/10/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- A look of unadulterated shock swept over the face of Washington-Kosciusko Elementary School (W-K) third grade teacher Emily Cassellius as she was named the 2014 Winona Education Association (WEA) Teac ... 

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Holiday shopping for a good cause (11/10/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Shop and support a good cause at this year’s Holiday Happiness, put on by the Winona Health Auxiliary. The proceeds from Holiday Happiness will go toward health care scholarships and enhancing the hea ... 

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Council to state: make dust rule (11/10/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- After Monday's Winona City Council meeting, it is not clear whether the 20-month-plus debate over whether the city of Winona should require frac sand facilities to monitor airborne frac sand dust ... 

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New majority? (11/10/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Kovecsi ousts Valentine

After one of the closest races of last week's election, there will be a new balance of power on the Winona County Board. As the results came in precinct by precinct Tue ... 

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Incumbents nail most election seats (11/10/2014)
Winona County Board incumbents Marcia Ward and Jim Pomeroy will retain their seats, after Ward defeated challenger Laurie Rogers (2,258 for Ward; 1,254 for Rogers). Pomeroy netted more than 67 percent ... 

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Wildflower group to perform Sunday (11/06/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- For the members of Winona’s contemporary folk music group Wildflower, the name of their quartet is more than just a pretty word that sounds good for an all-female group. “Wildflower” represents the di ... 

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Levee Park rail changes discussed (11/03/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Last week, the Winona city leaders took a first step toward addressing one of the most important problems affecting Levee Park: the railroad tracks that separate it from downtown. City leaders see the ... 

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Winona County admin search heats up (11/03/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- There are 15 qualified applicants for the position of Winona County Administrator from as far away as Alaska and North Carolina. On Wednesday, the Winona County Board will discuss the applications and ... 

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Educating voters the work of LWV (11/03/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- A hush fell over the room. The cameras were ready to roll, and six hopefuls were lined up in their best clothes. They straightened up in their seats and smoothed cheat sheets flat against the table in ... 

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Bikers travel the 48 states for school (11/03/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- For the past five months, Brett Citrowske has seen nearly every part of the country. He has experienced falling asleep in Yosemite National Park, the night illuminated by a full moon reflecting off a  ... 

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