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Mn/DOT to host rail meeting (01/26/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- With the surge in crude oil train traffic in recent years, Winona area residents have been noticing more acutely the impacts of living with railroads, and railroad safety has been a prominent topic in ... 

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'Magic bullet' at Walmart? (01/26/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- If there was ever a case for the existence of a “Magic Bullet” theory, an incident last Saturday at the Winona Walmart might be the best example.

According to Winona Police, a .22-caliber cartridge w ... 

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Winona stabbing victim stable (01/21/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- A Winona man is in stable condition and a Winona woman is in custody after a domestic disturbance resulted in an apparent stabbing on Sunday evening.

At approximately 7:56 p.m. on Sunday, January 18, ... 

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WSHS teen suspect in Illinois murder (01/19/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- A juvenile male wanted in connection to a fatal drive-by shooting in Maywood, Ill., was arrested at Winona Senior High School (WSHS) Thursday morning.

According to Detective Terrance Powell of the Ma ... 

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Hebert sues Winona County for over $225K (01/26/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- Former Winona County Administrator Duane Hebert is suing Winona County and the 2014 County Board members over his termination last year. Hebert made good on months of legal threats last Wednesday, whe ... 

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MPCA fines Winona County $1,825 over ÇR 7 (01/26/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- Last week, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) announced that it fined Winona County $1,825 for runoff and erosion-related violations during the reconstruction of County Road 7 (CR 7) in 201 ... 

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WAPS speech debate draws crowd (01/26/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- It was standing room only at Thursday’s Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Board meeting as students and community members flocked to city hall for a chance to make an impassioned plea to keep speech c ... 

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County Board: Collard might be the one (01/26/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- Winona County is a few steps away from hiring Winnebago County, Wis., Human Resources Director Michael Collard as the next Winona County Administrator. It was not unanimous, but the Winona County Boar ... 

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Reality on the river (01/26/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Matthew Mohlke is not a consumer of reality television. He does not stay up late at night to browse the endless channels filled with toddler beauty queens, New Jersey mob wives and men with five wives ... 

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Historic brewery changes hands (01/21/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- From out front, it is a bright red barn. But walk through several rooms, go down some stairs, take a right, flip one of the breakers and find the light switch, and there are rough-hewn limestone walls ... 

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Celebrate a love of the arts (01/21/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Regardless of whether you believe in a Valentine’s Day chock-ful of hearts, cards and significant others, the place to spend February 14 will be at the Valentine’s Day Bash: For the Love of the Arts.  ... 

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City planners debate site plan authority (01/21/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- When developers propose plans for the site of new apartments, stores, and plants in Winona, the city's Planning Commission has the option of requiring developers to make changes to their design.  ... 

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West: WSHS is secure (01/21/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) administrators want to assure families that the arrest of a Winona Senior High School (WSHS) student in connection with an Illinois murder has nothing to do with the  ... 

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Winona County feedlot officer position up for debate (01/19/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- During his nearly 17 years with the county, Winona County Feedlot Officer Mark Gernes helped farmers apply for permits, fielded complaints from neighbors, and tested whether manure pits violated state ... 

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From buttons to Super Bowls (01/19/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- When Dick Pope joined WinCraft 35 years ago, the Winona company was making pom poms, buttons, and bumper stickers for secondary schools. "Go Winhawks!" the buttons proclaimed. Cheerleaders s ... 

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Solar deal pitched to WAPS leaders (01/19/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- At last Thursday’s Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Board meeting, the phrase “too good to be true” was uttered several times during the presentation and discussion of the Solar for Schools Program.  ... 

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Tuesday hearing on $850K tax break for WinCraft (01/19/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- On Tuesday, the Winona City Council will hold a public hearing before deciding whether to provide Winona manufacturer WinCraft with $850,000 in public assistance to help the company build a $5 million ... 

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Sheriff Ganrude may have found new chief deputy (01/19/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- As of Friday, the chief deputy position at the Winona County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) has been “tentatively” filled. Winona County Sheriff Ron Ganrude announced he had made what he called a “tentative  ... 

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Ingenuity in the classroom awarded (01/19/2015)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- When the Miller Ingenuity’s 2014 Ingenuity Challenge was issued last October, entry submissions were both mailed and uploaded from locations and IP addresses around the country. It was the hope of Mil ... 

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Archdiocese files bankruptcy over abuse claims (01/19/2015)
By Chris Rogers -- What about Winona?

On Friday, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis filed for bankruptcy in response to numerous claims of child sexual abuse by priests. Will the Diocese of Winona (DOW) foll ... 

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