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by CHRIS ROGERS
The pool, Lake Lodge, youth sports, most adult sports —there are all closed or canceled. City-sponsored concerts were scrapped as were many of the big events that rent out parks and park facilities. Most of Winona&r...
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
He must have jumped, 4-H member Sydney K. thought. She had walked into a barn to find one of her sheep with a broken leg from getting stuck between a wall and a bar on a hay feeder. She was raising and training the sh...
by CHRIS ROGERS
There is an outbreak of COVID-19 in Lewiston, and Winona County public health officials warned the public of potential exposures at a football scrimmage in Winona, at football and basketball camps and other events in Lewi...
by Chad Dull, VP, academic affairs, MSE SE
When I was growing up, my favorite sport was basketball. I was not very tall, nor was I very fast, but I loved to play. My high school coach emp...
by Jessica McIlrath, DO, psychiatrist, Winona Health
Everyday life can be filled with stress and uncertainty, and in today’s world that has only increased.
The COVID outbreak and...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Although the event was canceled this year, Ashley for the Arts is proud to announce this year’s “Patron of the Arts” award recipient – The Pump House Regional Arts Center. The “Patron of the Arts” award was created...
Lanesboro Arts presents “Anthropocene,” an exhibition featuring artwork from ceramicist Glynnis Lessing. This show opens on August 22 and runs through October 18, 2020. This gallery exhibition will feature ceramic works by Glynnis Lessing...
Despite having to postpone in-person productions until 2021 due to the COVID crisis, Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) has been able to present virtual programming for free through the summer. This virtual programming will culminate with a tick...
Summer may fade in August, but that brings darker skies and longer hours to watch stars and planets.
The month starts out with a nearly full moon rising the evening of the 2nd. That night it follows Saturn and brilliant Jupiter across the sky, bec...
On July 24 Emily Tipton described for the Learning Club via Zoom a fantastic program that helps develop a love for reading in the youngest generation. Tipton is a member of the Friends of the Winona Public Library. She acquired a grant from the Donna...
Children offer hope through art
Pre-pandemic the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run (peacerun.org) was preparing to run more than 11,000 miles across America, Mexico and Canada passing a torch for peace among school children and adults in an effor...
The Winona Friendship Center recently held a parade featuring music and fun, reminding residents that people are thinking about them during this time of social distancing.
Winona State gymnastics head coach Beckie Rolbiecki has announced her retirement from the institution. For the past 16 years, Rolbiecki has led the Warrior program, playing a major role in reestablishing the proud tradition of Winona State gymn...
by JACK KEWITSCH
At 40 years old, age seems to be but a number for Nelson Cruz. For the Minnesota Twins’ designated hitter, he has become an ageless wonder, escaping Father Time for another year. At least that is what fans have bee...
The Winona Senior High School swimming program was recognized eight times on the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-America team. The honor is given to the top 100 participants in the nation in each event.
Five athletes comb...
Team Blue 14u battled it out in the Queen of Diamonds Tournament on Saturday, July 18t, in St. Charles. They were 14u champions and played three innings of international tie breaker to secure the victory in an exciting eight-inning game. In the first...
Justin Hanson has been running at least one mile per day since May 3, which kicked off his 100-day run streak. He currently has run over 300 miles since the streak began. Hanson has decided to raise funds for two local causes as part of his final 30 ...
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