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Thoughts on District 861’s legal fees (07/09/2008)
By Paul Durand -- The Winona Area Public Schools is a $49 million a year business with over 700 employees, serving thousands of families. The amount of legal services it needs to purchase varies over time based on the  ... 

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Discovering your festival (06/18/2008)

It was apparent from the warm response and hearty "welcome back" the GRSF company received at Saturday night's "Chocolate, Shakespeare, and Champagne" benefit for the Winona County Historical Soci ... 

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The man in the truck (05/25/2008)
By Paul Barnes

Producing Director

GRSF

It only took a day. As I was leaving our office at 79 E. Third Street at the end of my first day back in Winona, a friendly fellow in a pick-up truck sto ... 

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Response to WEA vote of No Confidence (04/13/2008)
By Paul Durand -- Over the past four years I have worked hard as the superintendent of the Winona Area Public Schools to address many issues and unique challenges. All of these efforts have been done publicly and with  ... 

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A quantum leap for technology (04/09/2008)
By Paul Durand -- For years District #861 has struggled to find ways to provide current technology for our students and staff. This was in large part due to three main factors. First, the high cost of technology and  ... 

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Say it ain’t so (03/05/2008)
By Dave DeLano -- The phone rang early and often this morning. The callers were fellow Cheeseheads wanting to know if I had heard the news that Brett Favre had decided to retire. My first reaction was much like that  ... 

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What makes a Catholic school Catholic? (01/30/2008)
Over the past few years, I have been asked several times about what it means to be a Catholic school. Simply stated, Catholic schools make Christ present every day. As an extension of the Church, edu ... 

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Rigor vs. Rigor Mortis (12/30/2007)
By Paul Durand -- Minnesota Governor Pawlenty, and legislative leaders from both parties, have promoted a wide variety of preschool and K-12 education policies and initiatives designed to challenge Minnesota students w ... 

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Our thoughts and prayers are with those in need this holiday season (12/02/2007)
As the year draws to a close, especially during this time of Thanksgiving and Christmas, we give thanks for our health, our families and the many blessings in our lives.

It's this time of year that o ... 

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Promote, Protect and Provide (11/11/2007)
Since 1987, area residents have been turning to the Winona Community Foundation to make their philanthropic giving as easy and effective as possible. Over these 20 years the foundation has continued  ... 

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