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EDITORIALS : GUEST EDITORIAL  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
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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Bishop Loras Watters, R.I.P. (04/01/2009)
From: Ivan Kubista

It was early summer of 1983, and I’d been waiting over a week for the results of my job interview with the Diocese of Winona’s search committee. Feeling enough time had passed,  ... 

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Police Chief Frank Pomeroy thanks the Winona community (04/01/2009)
By Frank Pomeroy -- As I enter into retirement, after 34 years of service with the Winona Police Department and 22 ½ years as the Winona Police Chief, it is time to reflect and thank all of the citizens of Winona and all ... 

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An interesting thing happened on the way to the economic downturn (03/08/2009)
by Paul Barnes

Producing Director

GRSF

George Bernard Shaw’s three-hour play about heresy, feudalism, and Protestantism, Saint Joan, set new records for single ticket sales at Repertory Theatre o ... 

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Education Tax Credit bill (01/18/2009)
by Craig Junker

President, Cotter Schools

Every week we read news stories about the challenges facing elementary and secondary education throughout our country. This past fall, media outlets rais ... 

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Urge MnSCU to prioritize campus level funding (01/14/2009)
From: Bruce Svingen, WSUFA President

Darrell Downs WSUFA

Government Relations

Minnesota’s worst case scenario has arrived in public higher education. Ranking 31st in the nation for state funding  ... 

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Rumors and reality (01/11/2009)
By Paul Durand -- Many rumors have circulated among state officials regarding an anticipated financial shortage, but today, our nastiest suspicions have been realized. In early December 2008 school officials across Min ... 

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Where are GRSFers this winter? (12/31/2008)
By Paul Barnes -- In the world of technical direction and scenic construction, GRSF’s founding company member and resident technical director, Erik Paulson, provided in-house technical direction for Jon Stewart’s The D ... 

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