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by ALEXANDRA RETTER
Holli Wieser and her sisters just started their candle making business in January. Wieser brought their goods to the Winona Farmers Market (WFM) last weekend as it opened for its summer season. However, she already &l...
by ZACH KAYSER
At 65, Dr. Karen Vrchota is about to hand over the reins of her holistic medicine practice to the next generation.
Vrchota has a background in conventional medicine, having graduated in 1985 from the University of...
by Chad Dull, Vice President of Academic Affairs, MSC SE
I get asked the same question on a regular basis: “Will Minnesota State College Southeast have classes on campus this fall?&...
Chris Rogers, editor, Winona Post
Over the years, we’ve all done something we’re not proud of. For those caught breaking the law, our legal system ensures that actions have co...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
by ZACH KAYSER and CHRIS ROGERS
Coronavirus has forced a number of Winona’s staple summer festivals to change how they stage their events, but organizers are determined to still show people a good time. The Winona County Fair, Boat...
Winona State University’s Watkins Gallery is hosting two senior art exhibitions this spring, featuring work from nine artists.
‘Nothing Permanent Except Change’ April 19–23
Virtual artist talks and a ...
Starting on Monday, April 12, the library will again be offering browsing and computer appointments in addition to the continuation of curbside pickup. To view a full listing of hours and to make an appointment, visit winona.lib.mn.us or call 507-452...
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) invites the Winona community to join Winona Grows, a COVID-19-friendly mystery art hunt, between April 17 and May 1.
Oil pastel artwork created by Winona area artists of all ages will be on display i...
Tourism marketer uses April Fool’s Day for a fun campaign
Tourism marketing took a bizarre twist on April Fool’s Day when Visit Winona, the organization responsible for marketing Winona unveiled a “Minnesota Gators” campaig...
From April 23-25, 2021, artists in Southeastern Minnesota’s Bluff Country will open the doors to their creative spaces for a behind-the-scenes studio view not usually offered to the general public. During this annual self-guided event, these ac...
The local Winona Just For Kix (JFK) team competed in a large scale national dance competition run by JFK in the city of Rochester, Minn.
Things were laid out quite differently this year due to the pandemic. The staff at Mayo Civic Center and the s...
What a difference a day makes.
In this case, three days.
Less than 72 hours after struggling to do anything right in a lopsided loss to St. Catherine, the Saint Mary’s University women’s soccer team put it all together Sunday ...
by PETE WATKINS, Winona State Athletic Communications
The Winona State University (WSU) baseball team swept Upper Iowa University (UIU) in commanding fashion last Wednesday, claiming a pair of key wins to climb in the Northern Sun ...
Lewiston Auto has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball program to provide new equipment and an opportunity for community members to earn donations for the city of Lewiston baseball program via Test Drive fundraiser.
Tom Sawyer, who has led the Winona State University football program since 1996, has announced he will retire from coaching at the conclusion of the 2021 Warrior football season.
The announcement comes as the Winona State p...
by PETE WATKINS,
Winona State Athletics
In March, men’s golf coaches from around the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) picked Winona State University (WSU) as the team to beat in the conference in 2021.
Five Winona Pee Wee C hockey players represented Winona at the Titan All Star Showcase on April 2-3. The boys played on the gray team and won 4-2 against the navy team. Players are nominated by their coaches and play with other players from around Mi...
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