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by CHRIS ROGERS
The last time new COVID infection rates were this low, it was 90 degrees outside. While the local area is enjoying its lowest transmission levels in months, vaccine scarcity is still hampering efforts to protect people fr...
by ZACH KAYSER
The city of Arcadia has a new lease on life for their flood protection plan.
A possible $14.6-million grant from the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR), combined with a new cost-sharing agreement between ...
by the Most Reverend John M. Quinn
Living on Main Street in Winona, next to the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and across from Winona State University, I see many people taking different p...
by Chris Rogers, editor, Winona Post
It feels good to be back, here in print, at 22,000 households across Winona, Trempealeau, and Buffalo counties. We made the difficult decision to...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
by CHRIS ROGERS
Eric Mullen was a stranger in a foreign land. He landed in Sicily on a Saturday, headed to a small town far from the English-speaking tourist circuit, and showed up at the bakery on Monday morning without hardly a lick of...
by Dylan Johnson,
With the largest financial donation ever received in its history, Winona State University has over $5 million to put towards student scholarships and the creation of a state-of-the-art gallery spac...
The Winona Fine Arts Commission (FAC) is launching the second iteration of The Winona Poetry Walk, consisting of original poetry stamped into sidewalks. This initiative enjoys support from City Council, City Staff, and the citizens of Winona.
Please join the WSU Retiree Center for a virtual book reading and discussion with Kent Cowgill, professor emeritus, English. “PurebRED: Confessions and Obsessions of a Nebraska Husker Superfan” interweaves memorable experiences in th...
by Tesla Mitchell
Winona area audiences may not be able to gather under one roof, but that's not taking the pep out of the Department of Theatre and Dance's step.
The Winona renowned production of "Dancescape" b...
From February 11 at 6 p.m. to February 17 at 11:59 p.m., “Picture a Scientist,” directed by Ian Cheney and Sharon Shattuck, will be streaming online through the Frozen River Film Festival.
“Picture a Scientist” chronicles t...
On February 17 at 5 p.m., Linda LeGarde Grover and Angela Two Stars join the Winona State University community over Zoom to discuss the epidemic of murdered and missing Indigenous women. Zoom link: https://minnstate.zoom.us/j/8976193747
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
Because of a rare heart condition, Lewiston-Altura High School sophomore Joelle Hammann had to step away in past years from some of the sports she loved. Now, for her, getting up means participating in volleybal...
The Winona State University women’s track and field team saw several first-place performances in their season-opening indoor meet on Jan. 23, competing for the first time in almost 10 months as the Warriors took on St.Cloud State and Bemid...
Having won their last three games in closely contested fashion, the Winona State University (WSU) men’s basketball team found itself in a similar situation on Sunday, Jan. 24, against Augustana University in the second of a two-game series in S...
By ALEXANDRA RETTER
Cory Isakson joined the Winona Family YMCA in 2019 with her husband, Neil, to help achieve their goals of living longer, healthier lives and keeping up with their grandchildren. Though she thought she might feel out o...
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
Since the Winona Senior High School (WSHS) Theatre Group met virtually due to the pandemic, WSHS senior and Theatre Group member Ava Ringlien missed playing sound effects and keeping tabs on microphones’ v...
Fueled by an amazing fourth quarter rally, the Winona State University (WSU) women's basketball team defeated Concordia-St. Paul, 68-67 on Saturday, with senior Emma Fee providing the last-second heroics.
Fee's basket at th...
For the Warriors, Saturday’s win against Concordia-St. Paul was vital towards keeping their playoff hopes alive. While Head Coach Todd Eisner probably cares more about staying in the playoff hunt, it was a milestone day for him as wel...
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