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Oh, go jump in a lake (02/10/2010)
By Sarah Squires -- I think it’s safe to say that Southerners don’t have some strange hot climate tradition that puts them in tin foil suits in the hottest noon hour sun, baking in misery — for funsies. It doesn’t sound  ... 

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Snowbird University (01/27/2010)
By Paul Barnes -- I’m writing from Boca Raton, Florida, where I’ve spent the last two days (with one more to go), meeting faculty and talking to students in the theatre department at Florida Atlantic University, watchi ... 

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Be aware of fraudulent fundraising activities (01/20/2010)
From: Beth Forkner Moe

Executive Director, United Way

of the Greater Winona Area

Marie Barrientos

Executive Director, American

Red Cross, Winona County Chapter

Our world has experienced yet  ... 

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School closure nonsolution to budget problems (01/06/2010)
We know the problem all too well. We’ve spent countless hours trying to solve it in ways that serve the best long-term interests of the community and schools. We’ve carefully considered the often angr ... 

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New technology for aeration of Lake Winona (12/30/2009)
From: Cal Fremling and Bruce Fuller

On August 28, 1973, about 75 sportsmen, townspeople, and students voluntarily assisted the Lake Winona Committee in installing six Helixor aerators in Lake Winon ... 

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Winona on my mind (12/23/2009)
By Paul Barnes -- One of my favorite holiday films is the 1983 classic, “A Christmas Story,” featuring Peter Billingsley as Ralphie, the boy who wants nothing more for Christmas than a Red Ryder Carbine Action Range Mo ... 

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At ease at last (09/23/2009)
By Paul Barnes -- The production of Amadeus I just opened at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis happened to receive, much to my surprise, a glowing notice in the Friday, September 18, edition of The Wall Street Journal ... 

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WOW: More Than a Wow! (07/01/2009)
By Paul Barnes -- When we learned that Winona National Bank would be unable to host our traditional opening night party this season, many of us at the Great River Shakespeare Festival despaired. The party, to which WN ... 

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Season opening nerves (06/21/2009)
By Paul Barnes --

It’s all going to happen.

Season Six. Five weeks, two plays, 17 actors, 1 Intern/Apprentice company project…concerts, classes, conversations and more.

We’re 19% ahead in ticket sales from where w ... 

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Government in action: Implications for District #861 (05/31/2009)
By Paul Durand -- Rarely a day goes by when I am not asked a question about next year’s school district budget or the future we face because of the current economic downturn in the state and nation. I’m generally an op ... 

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