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EDITORIALS : JOHN EDSTROM  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Spending cuts, anyone? (06/13/2010)
By John Edstrom -- A June 9 story on Minnesota Public Radio compared the different approaches the three DFL candidates for governor would take to balancing the state budget and erasing our approximately $6 billion defic ... 

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Steve and Nan tie the knot (06/06/2010)
By John Edstrom -- Memorial Day weekend a rather improbable chapter in Edstrom family history was written when my sister Nancy married her old high school classmate, Steve Bachler. The match is rich in symmetries, as n ... 

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Commissioner wants to discipline Arizona (05/16/2010)
By John Edstrom -- Before making his farewell to Winona County government after the fall elections, Commissioner Dwayne Voegeli is taking care of some crucial business, for example, instituting a county boycott of Arizo ... 

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Is this where we are headed? (05/09/2010)
By John Edstrom -- Yesterday was a bad day. Headed out to Pleasant Valley at about 2:30, I turned on my car radio crossing Broadway on Mankato Avenue. A reporter was broadcasting live from the New York Stock Exchange, s ... 

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County squirrels finally under control? (05/02/2010)
By John Edstrom -- For years it was a standing joke around town that Winona’s fastest growing enterprise was not Fastenal Inc., but county government. Now, thanks to some excellent investigative reporting by the Post’s ... 

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Titan clash of philosophies in St. Paul (04/25/2010)
By John Edstrom -- The struggle in St. Paul over how to balance the state budget and cover a $4.6 billion deficit is building to an epic climax, a naked clash of conservative and liberal philosophies clearly and vividly ... 

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Fine to be on the water again (04/18/2010)
By John Edstrom -- Born and raised in Winona (but still somewhat an outsider, being that my father settled here as recently as the 1930s) and having spent as much of that time on the Mississippi as possible, I am amazed ... 

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Durand’s dismissal will haunt district (04/11/2010)
By John Edstrom -- Inexplicably, but as was feared, the Winona School Board did not renew Superintendent Paul Durand’s contract last Thursday night, and his employment with the district will end June 30. Durand has many ... 

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Buddy can you spare a dime? (04/04/2010)
By John Edstrom -- Readers of the Minneapolis StarTribune’s recent series on drunken driving, “Smashed,” will have been treated to, more than anything else, another heavy dose of that newspaper’s humbug editorial policy ... 

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Board orders private wind turbine down (03/28/2010)
By John Edstrom -- The idea of wind energy, cheap, clean and powered by an endless free source, is fascinating, and seems like it should be the answer to the renewable energy puzzle. Unfortunately, there are monumental  ... 

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