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Centenarians remember John Latsch (07/21/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- It was the late 1920s in Winona and teenage Marion Cunningham and her girlfriends had hiked from her home near Cathedral School all the way up to Garvin Heights, where they enjoyed the expansive view  ... 

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Sheriff candidates square off at forum (07/21/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Four Winona County Sheriff candidates and one candidate representative were on hand to voice their opinions on a variety of issues on Wednesday at the Lewiston Country Club. Candidates Rob Averbeck, K ... 

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Discrimination or dishonesty? (07/21/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona County will be challenged in court over its termination of former county administrator Duane Hebert; it is only a matter of time. That was the message from Hebert's attorney, Erick Kardaal ... 

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Chamber announces pedestrian safety campaign (07/16/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Volunteers in bright shirts will soon be marching across Winona crosswalks with banners and posting cautionary flyers in bar restrooms. The Winona Area Chamber of Commerce aired plans to host a public ... 

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Friends, family, mourn Winona man murdered in Calif. (07/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Isaac Zafft was scheduled to return home to Winona on Tuesday, July 15, after spending several months traveling and working across the country. The 2005 graduate of Winona Senior High School (WSHS) wa ... 

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Setting the stage at GRSF (07/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- In the opening scene of the second half of the Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) production of “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” two characters appear onstage in a crafted canoe. As they paddle by y ... 

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Council makes exception to 30% rule permanent (07/16/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Exceptions to the 30 percent rule for homeowners trying to sell their houses are now a permanent part of Winona City Code. The City Council voted unanimously last week to permanently establish excepti ... 

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Brave bull riders wow the crowds (07/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The Great Frontier Bull Riding rodeo begins at seven in the evening, when there is still a good two hours of soft light remaining. Not the harsh, bright kind that exists in the mid-afternoon, where pe ... 

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West takes the helm at WAPS (07/16/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- New Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Superintendent Dr. Stephen West has only been on the job for a little over two weeks, but he is already settling into the Winona area community. West, who most re ... 

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Mn/DOT on the verge of seizing businesses (07/16/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) is ready to take the rest of the land it needs for the Winona bridge project with legal force. Mn/DOT already began eminent domain proceedings again ... 

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