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Spanish immersion lottery soon (01/29/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Madison Elementary School’s Spanish immersion program is starting to come together for the fall of 2014, with approximately 50 students currently vying for the 23 to 24 spots in kindergarten and 25 sp ... 

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WAPS enrollment to climb a bit (01/29/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) enrollment estimates for the next school year have increased slightly, and if these estimates are accurate, the district could receive $667,400 in additional local pr ... 

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Will Planning Commission address comp plan (01/29/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- New city of Winona Planning Commission member Mandi Olson spurred discussion of the city's biggest goals at the group's Monday meeting. Olson, who was nominated by Mayor Mark Peterson earlie ... 

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Woman files data breach lawsuit (01/29/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- A lawsuit filed Monday accuses an assortment of local governments, public officials, and law enforcement officers of illegally accessing hundreds of times the private data of a former Winona Post repo ... 

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History travel course on back burner (01/26/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer --

Winona Senior High School (WSHS) students will have to wait for now to learn whether they will have the opportunity in the future to take a United States history summer course that involves a two-we ... 

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Lawsuit 'likely' for C-FC sand plant? (01/26/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- A lawsuit may be in the works for Cochrane-Fountain City School District and Glacier Sands. Opponents' "No frac sand at C-FC School" bumper stickers have not yet worn off, but Glacier S ... 

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Multi-million dollar building in Levee Park? (01/26/2014)
By Chris Rogers --

Architect added to committee

Will the city of Winona's plan for redeveloping Levee Park involve four walls and a roof? Specific plans for a building in the park have not been di ... 

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Council nixes Windom signs (01/26/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The Winona City Council plans to remove both event signs from Windom Park and replace them with two new signs, estimated to cost almost $3,000 each, at Central Park (behind the Post Office) and Bamben ... 

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WAPS union proposes $3.9M increase over 3 years (01/26/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- In the most recent contract proposal set forth by the educational assistants' union (EAU), Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) would pay $3.9 million in additional employee salaries within a span o ... 

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Children's puppet show held (01/26/2014)
Bruno Borsari takes environmental education to new theatrical heights in the children's puppet show "Insectopia."  ... 

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