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An overwhelming demand at local food shelf (11/30/2008)
From Sandra Burke

Winona Volunteer Services

Where do you go when you run out of money and you need food for yourself and your family? Many Winona residents are asking themselves that same questio ... 

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Challenging times (11/23/2008)
by Paul Barnes

Producing Director

GRSF

I spent the weekend in Orange County, California, home of my undergraduate alma mater, California State University-Fullerton and on this mid-November weeken ... 

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Packing up in our nationís capital (10/15/2008)
by Paul Barnes

Producing Director

Great River Shakespeare Festival

Henry IV, Part 1, the production Iíve been directing at the Folger Theatre here in Washington, D.C., played its sixth preview pe ... 

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Hello from Washington, D.C. (09/10/2008)
by Paul Barnes

My post-Winona/GRSF fifth anniversary season travels have landed me in our nationís capital, where I am about to begin rehearsals for Shakespeareís Henry IV, Part 1 at the Folger The ... 

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SMART goals bring Comprehensive Plan alive (08/24/2008)
By Paul Durand -- As we begin the new school year we have an opportunity to set many goals that will help us improve your area public schools. Since October 2007 parents, staff, faculty, business/community leaders and  ... 

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What I learned (08/03/2008)
FROM: PAUL BARNES

Itís the morning of my departure from Winona; my apartment at WSUís East Lake complex is mostly packed up, put into boxes for shipping back to Oregon or storage here in town, and  ... 

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Embracing that which is difficult (07/20/2008)
From; Paul Barnes

Just as our season brochure warned, "Season Five will be over before we know it."Ě And here we are: one week to go.

We've got final performances of The Taming of the Shrew and  ... 

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To retire, or not to retire"¶. (07/16/2008)
By Dave DeLano -- The Nation of Cheese is facing a nasty dilemma these days. Anyone living on this side of the planet has no doubt recently read countless accounts of the on-going saga of Brett Favre's retirement/non- ... 

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Success is no surprise at Cotter schools (07/13/2008)
From: Craig Junker

President, Cotter Schools

There is no doubt that U.S. high schools need to

make changes in order to better prepare upcoming generations of students for an ever changing, inter ... 

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Back at the front (porch, that is) (07/09/2008)
By Paul Barnes -- This week at the Great River Shakespeare Festival is our busiest to date.

We've gotten the plays open, made it through the 4th of July weekend, been able to enjoy two terrific pre-show Prelude Concer ... 

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