by CHRIS ROGERS
by CHRIS ROGERS
From: City of Winona Water Department
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
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Cochrane-Fountain City Community Schools (C-FC) hosted a seven-team, junior-high-only cross country meet last Tuesday. The weather conditions were ideal for this annual C-FC event and the girls race started on time thanks to all our volunteers. The distance is a little shorter for middle sch…
by Mark Metzler
by Mike Marek
In front of family and friends in McCown Gymnasium, the number 10 Winona State University (WSU) volleyball team made short work of the Minnesota State University (MSU) Moorhead Dragons, claiming their first conference victory with a 3-0 (25-8, 25-14, 25-16) scoreline.
Reanne Weil scored her first goal as a Warrior on Sunday, and her strike late in the first half delivered Winona State Univity (WSU) (2-2, 1-1 conference) a home win over Southwest Minnesota State University (SMSU) to close out Family Weekend.
The Winona Symphony Orchestra (WSO) is pleased to announce its fall concert will be held on Saturday, October 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Wesley United Methodist Church. At this first concert, the WSO begins its 2021-2022 season, Revival and Renaissance, introducing not only exciting initiatives but a…
The Miss Winona Scholarship Program is preparing to crown their 75th title holder on October 22 at Signatures in Winona. An exciting evening is planned with a celebration of the past 74 title holders.
The American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA), the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit dedicated to promoting and preserving the art form, is holding it’s 2021 Retreat in Winona to coincide with the presentation of its 18th National Exhibition at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum.
Cochrane-Fountain City School Board member Larry Cyrus has been recognized by the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) for their commitment to professional development.
It is with gratitude and a renewed hope that the WDUA (Winona Dakota Unity Alliance) announces that in cooperation with Prairie Island Indian Community and the Winona Parks Department, we will be replanting sweetgrass in Unity Park.
Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge will offer trapping units for muskrat and beaver during the Wisconsin 2021-2022 trapping season.
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