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City to study walking, driving safety (01/19/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The way Winonans walk and drive may change as result of discussions moving forward at Winona City Hall. Is it time to change Winona's uncontrolled intersections? Should the island city invest in  ... 

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Council blessing for Mn/DOT historians? (01/19/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- The city of Winona may give its formal blessing on Tuesday for the Minnesota Department of Transportation's (Mn/DOT) historic evaluation of the new Winona bridge design. An agreement slated for C ... 

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Dayton: 'yes' to WSU, 'no' to Louisa Street (01/19/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Governor Mark Dayton's approximately $1 billion bonding bill proposal is a mixed bag for Winona, local politicians say. Under the proposal, Winona State University (WSU) would receive $5.9 millio ... 

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First bridge property sale (01/19/2014)
The first purchase agreement for the Winona bridge project was made public last week; more are on the way. Winona County agreed to sell a 525-square-foot strip of parking space on the south side of th ... 

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Fringe Friday is back, Jan. 24 (01/19/2014)
Downtown Winona storefronts will be full of films, workshops, puppet shows, music, games, and book sales on Friday, January 24. The flurry of community events make up the Frozen River Film Festival’s  ... 

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Path to a healthier community (01/19/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Access to mental health care and services, preventive care services — health measures one can take to prevent diseases or injuries — and the issue of obesity were the top three health priorities ident ... 

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Twins’ Winter Caravan stops in Winona (01/19/2014)
Tony Oliva, who played his entire Major League Baseball career with the Minnesota Twins, was a crowd favorite as he signed memorabilia and talked to fans at the 2014 Twins’ Winter Caravan stop in Wi ... 

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Two WSU buildings on National Register of Historic Places (01/19/2014)
Winona State University’s Somsen Hall and Phelps Hall have been accepted into the National Register of Historic Places by the Minnesota Historical Society.

This designation highlights the history of  ... 

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WAPS: 1-2-3% raises in 3-year union deal (01/19/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) will pay more than $1.56 million annually in additional employee salaries by 2015 if all of its unions settle for the preliminary offer made last week to the educatio ... 

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Dresbach Bridge guardrail repairs postponed (01/17/2014)
Plans to repair the median guardrail on Dresbach Bridge on Interstate 90 are being postponed because of weather conditions, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

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