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I nosed all over the internet to see who was responsible for the March 18, 2018, death of Elaine Herzeberg, struck by a driverless car as she crossed the street in Tempe, Arizona. Genius brains had programmed the car to avoid pedestrians.

Aaniin (hello), my family and I are members of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Anishinabe (Chippewa, Ojibwe) and part of our peoples traditions is the harvesting of wild rice (Minoomin). We rely on it for healthy food for our family through out the year and as gifts. The waterways that e…

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The Winona Post is seeking applicants for a paid sports reporting internship this fall to cover high school sports. The intern will get one-on-one training from the Winona Post’s award-winning journalists while taking photos and writing articles that make our 22,000 readers feel like they ar…

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POW/MIA Recognition Day will be commemorated Friday, September 17. Winona’s VFW Post 1287 will recognize this day by setting the Missing Man Table and presenting the ceremony at 4 p.m. before the Friday night meal. The VFW is located at 208 East Third Street in Winona and the public is welco…

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by Sheryl Cummings, Minnesota Operation Lifesaver state coordinator, and Jeanine Black, Minnesota Operation Lifesaver authorized volunteer

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The Winona Post, a 22,000-circulation weekly newspaper in beautiful Winona, Minn., seeks a talented reporter who wants to do it all: Touch the hearts of readers with compelling features, be a true government watchdog, and craft enterprising and in-depth stories that help our community unders…

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I’m jealous of your lilacs. Every spring, the flowering shrubs set up their little perfume shops in every other yard across town — even more plentiful than garage sales — and I follow my nose across the neighborhood. It’s one of the many smells of Winona I love.