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Bridge design gets final approval (02/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers --

It is official: the new Winona Bridge design is a "done deal." Despite generally critical public comments, the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) received final approval last  ... 

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C-FC attorney will fight frac (02/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The Cochrane-Fountain City (C-FC) School District has hired specialized legal help in opposing the Glacier Sands truck-to-rail frac sand facility that is proposed to be located across from the school, ... 

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Charges filed against Trempealeau Co. detective (02/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer --

On Thursday, January 30, charges were filed against Michael O. Anderson, 32, of Ettrick, Wis., son of Trempealeau County Sheriff Richard Anderson. Michael Anderson, who is a detective with Trempeale ... 

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City considers change to public hearings (02/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The way that the city of Winona engages constituents and makes decisions just changed significantly. After Planning Commission Chair Craig Porter raised a question on the group's bylaws, City Att ... 

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Dogs may be killed over neighbor dispute (02/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The dogs that live with Jeremy and Nicole Williamsí family are big and yellow. Koda and Kenai sometimes bark and get excited, just like every dog who enjoys attention, but according to the Williams, t ... 

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Flu is here! Get your shot (02/02/2014)
The word has come from Winona Health that the flu has hit the Winona area. Thatís the bad news. The good news is that there is plenty of flu vaccine here, and there is still time to get your shot.

Ho ... 

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Free access? (02/02/2014)
By Sarah Squires --

County to address data policy after 7 month wait

Last July, Winona County Commissioners agreed on a unique new approach to government transparency and citizens' ability to access p ... 

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Preventing frozen faucets, meters, and water lines (02/02/2014)
The city of Winona Water Department has been receiving an increase in calls with customers having frozen pipes, meters, or service lines. Due to the frost extending down in the ground four feet or mor ... 

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Preventing frozen faucets, meters, and water lines (02/02/2014)
The city of Winona Water Department has been receiving an increase in calls with customers having frozen pipes, meters, or service lines. Due to the frost extending down in the ground four feet or mor ... 

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Sand protesters head to trial (02/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The upcoming trespassing trials for 33 frac sand opponents will start Monday at the Winona County Courthouse. Judge Mary C. Leahy was selected to preside over the cases, but has since recused herself  ... 

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