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Jacob jousts with environmental group (07/07/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- County Board member and property rights advocate Steve Jacob and citizen environmentalists clashed again last Tuesday, and Jacob turned to his fellow Winona County Board members for advice on how and  ... 

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County Fair begins (07/07/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The 2014 Winona County Fair (WCF) is set to be a throwback, of sorts. For its 156th year, the WCF will introduce the Rural Heritage Museum, a collaboration with the Winona County Historical Society th ... 

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Hearing on neighbors’ Cytec permit appeal Monday (07/07/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Neighbors have challenged a recent variance that gave Cytec Engineered Materials permission to store flammable liquids near a residential zone. At Monday’s Winona City Council meeting, neighbors will  ... 

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WRC Tour of Gardens a colorful escape! (07/07/2014)
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) will host a Tour of Gardens on July 12 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Step into a new garden world at each location, and enjoy music from a variety of local musicians.

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Marek buys Winona Post (07/02/2014)
On Tuesday, July 1, Winona Post Inc. was sold by Frances Edstrom, Publisher, to Patrick Marek, a 28-year Post employee who was Vice President of Sales and Marketing prior to the sale and who will assu ... 

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Downtown fire recovery continues (07/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Nine and a half months after a catastrophic fire destroyed three downtown Winona buildings and seriously damaged others, one of the last businesses to rebound is open for business again, external repa ... 

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GRSF offers first 5k (07/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- In the Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) production of “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” Sir John Falstaff is the quintessential Shakespearean comedic character. Funny and fat, Falstaff is celebrate ... 

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Mysteries of the universe explored (07/02/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- While some college professors spend their precious summers content with family or basking in the solitude of a small town, Father Paul Nienaber, associate professor of physics at Saint Mary’s Universi ... 

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County slowly enforces buffer rule (07/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- It is a rare occurrence — water trickled through an intermittent stream on Glen Groth’s farm last week. Every spring, the Winona County Farm Bureau president lifts up his tractor implements 50 feet be ... 

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Winona region copes with high water, again (07/02/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- There will be two causes for celebration on Friday. If predictions hold true, the Mississippi River in Winona will fall from moderate to minor flood stage (below 15 feet) in time for Fourth of July fi ... 

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