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Cotter, WACS, receive anonymous, multi-million dollar gift (07/28/2014)
Gift will benefit

students through tuition assistance

The administrators of Cotter Schools and Winona Area Catholic Schools (WACS) announced today that Cotter Schools and WACS have received unsol ... 

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Eastwood Bank to be acquired by Bremer (07/28/2014)
Bremer Financial Corporation, holding company of Bremer Bank, announced recently that it has agreed to acquire Eastwood Bank in Rochester. Eastwood has over $675 million in assets, 13 bank locations a ... 

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Man in serious condition following Lewiston assault (07/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- A fight that started at a Lewiston apartment building ended with one man in the hospital in serious condition and another in the Winona County Jail.

Jacob Michael Loveless, 32, of Houston, was charg ... 

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Reward offered for information in Brown death (07/28/2014)
The Winona Area Crime Stoppers are asking the community for its help to determine what happened to Glenn Brown, who was found dead in the backyard of a residence in Rollingstone on March 16, 2014. Acc ... 

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Woman killed after fall from bridge (07/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- by AMELIA WEDEMEYER

A Winona woman who fell from the interstate bridge early Friday morning was pronounced dead at the scene. At 7:56 a.m. on Friday, July 25, Winona Police received a call from som ... 

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GRSF apprentices take the stage (07/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- For the 10 Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) acting apprentices, the weeks leading up to the end of the festival mark the beginning of their entrance into the spotlight as full-fledged actors af ... 

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Buffalo County eyes zoning turnover problem (07/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- After most of its zoning staff resigned this month, Buffalo County will consider suspending all conditional use permit (CUP) applications due to a lack of staff; however, there is some question as to  ... 

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Peerless Chain sold for $80 million (07/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Japanese KITO Corporation signed an agreement to buy Peerless Industrial Group, including Winona's Peerless Chain, for $80 million last Wednesday. The Japanese corporation owns leading North Amer ... 

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Agencies critique Comp Plan draft (07/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Familiar clashes between property rights advocates and environmental protection supporters may flare up again as Winona County prepares its next Comprehensive Plan. On Monday, the Comprehensive Plan C ... 

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Taste of Winona August 9 (07/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- The Taste of Winona, one of the biggest fundraisers for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the 7 Rivers Region–Winona office (BBBS), will be back Saturday, August 9, for its 11th year. “It’s a great even ... 

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Sheriff candidates debate crime, prevention (07/28/2014)
By Amelia Wedemeyer -- Three of the six candidates for Winona County Sheriff were present Wednesday night to answer voter-submitted questions at the sheriff forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters–Winona and the Women ... 

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Kovesci, Moen challenge Valentine (07/28/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- All three candidates for the Winona County Board District Two seat laid out their positions on the 2013 zoning ordinance amendments, frac sand, employee morale, and financial priorities at a League of ... 

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Winona Post's 'Legacy of Latsch' Youth Essay Contest (06/02/2014)
The Winona Post is sponsoring the “Legacy of Latsch” Youth Essay Contest to help area children and teens reflect upon the life of one of Winona’s greatest benefactors.

Area youth aged 17 and under m ... 

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John A. Latsch: the man, the legacy (05/30/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- Over a century ago, when Winona was a bustling riverport distributing the lumber that would help settle the Midwest and beyond, a legacy was born under the cover of a beached narrow canoe during a sum ... 

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