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5 finalists named in administrator search (11/10/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The next Winona County administrator will be an outsider. Last week the County Board picked five finalists to interview for the position of county administrator from a list of 15 qualified applicants. ... 

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Adult book store out by Dec. 1 (11/10/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- It has caused quite the stir over the years. The Women's Resource Center and religious groups rallied against it, free speech advocates defended it, the city of Winona lost a federal court case o ... 

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Dog lovers lobby county (11/10/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- There has been talk of creating a dog park in the Winona area for years, and for years, it has not gone anywhere. In their latest push, dog park supporters are hoping they might be able to fence in an ... 

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Justices question 30% rule, case (11/10/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- At a Minnesota Supreme Court hearing in St. Paul last Thursday, attorneys for Winona homeowners and the city of Winona had their last chance to make the case for and against the legality of Winona ... 

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Ganrude voted to sheriff seat (11/10/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Winona County might have a new sheriff in town, but he’s got a pretty familiar face. On Tuesday, November 4, voters elected to have Ron Ganrude succeed current Winona County Sheriff Dave Brand, who is ... 

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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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