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College news (02/15/2012)
The following area students were named to the fall semester Dean’s List at University of St. Thomas:

Winona

Emily Brom

Paul Cordes

Jackson Penning

Claire Smart

Laura Nicklay, daughter  ... 

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Wild ride (12/29/2010)
By John Edstrom -- After the snow started to fall in December, and before Christmas, I began to notice brightly colored plastic items – giant trays and saucers? – left in discreet places about the house and garage. It b ... 

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Better get down to that town meeting... (08/09/2009)
By John Edstrom -- Now the politicians heading home for summer break are getting the earful they deserve; the news is filled with coverage of angry townhall meetings mobbed by citizens waking up to the radical change Wa ... 

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Where are GRSFers this winter? (12/31/2008)
By Paul Barnes -- In the world of technical direction and scenic construction, GRSF’s founding company member and resident technical director, Erik Paulson, provided in-house technical direction for Jon Stewart’s The D ... 

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What part of "no"¯ don’t they understand? (02/25/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Back in January of 2004, then City Council President Dieter Mielimonka, declared, "It is the voters, not the seven people on council,"¯ who would decide if there will be a sales tax. Well, last fall's ... 

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Who is getting the truth? (02/21/2007)
By John Edstrom -- On page 7A of this edition of the Post appears a news release from a group calling itself the Minnesota News Council, which finds fault with our coverage last September of a survey conducted by the Wi ... 

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Changing Winona school colors (02/11/2007)
By Paul Durand -- The ‘ole"¯ orange & black is adding some "green."¯

It seems to be everywhere. All over the place you can see signs of new interest in the topics of energy conservation, renewable sources and ma ... 

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Fortune favors the prepared mind (01/28/2007)
by CRAIG JUNKER
President, Cotter Schools

During the industrial age in America, schools were fashioned in the image of assembly lines. Schools took on the look and feel of mechanistic structure ... 

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Charlie Nelson, R.I.P.
State Historical Architect for over 30 years
(01/27/2007)
by MARK PETERSON

Winona County Historical Society

Most Winonans didn't know Charlie Nelson but everyone in Winona and throughout the state benefited because of him. Charlie was the State Historica ... 

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Surge in troop strength? (01/14/2007)
By John Edstrom -- Minnesota's senior senator, Norm Coleman, held a teleconference with various Minnesota media last Thursday. He wanted all of us to know that he was not supporting President Bush's policy of a "surge" ... 

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Minimum wage hike bad idea, as usual (01/10/2007)
By John Edstrom -- The topic of the minimum wage is a well-chewed one, but since the new Democratic majorities in Congress intend to make raising it a signature issue, it is worth masticating again, briefly.

Since on ... 

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What next after smoking ban (01/03/2007)
By John Edstrom -- No sooner had the dust settled from the last election, than we began to hear noises about how the new ruling majority would introduce fresh controls and restrictions into our lives in order to improve ... 

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Happy New Year
How to make it to 2007!
(12/31/2006)
by DAVE BRAND
Winona County Sheriff

Before you head out to all of those New Year's Eve parties, please remember not to drink and drive. Designate a driver before you leave the house if your out ... 

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E-mails to and from public officials are not private (12/26/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- I'd like to think that a lot of public employees and elected officials just don't understand that the open meeting and freedom of information laws on the books in this state and in the country apply t ... 

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