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by ZACH KAYSER and CHRIS ROGERS
The city of Winona Port Authority will vote Thursday on whether to spend $580,000 of taxpayer money to buy a parking lot and adjoining building downtown.&n...
by ZACH KAYSER
The County Board on Tuesday voted 3-2 to approve designs for an 80-bed jail. Commissioners Marie Kovesci, Greg Olson and Chris Meyer voted in favor, while Commissioners Marcia Ward and Steve Jacob voted against.
by CHRIS ROGERS
Local COVID vaccination efforts are still making progress, but they suffered some setbacks this week. Federal allocations to Minnesota are still below the level state leaders said would soon be coming, and health official...
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
At a Monday rehearsal, the Driftless Ukes sing about staying inside on a rainy day and pretending it’s the weekend. The members of the ukulele group at the Winona Friendship Center finish playing Jack John...
by ALEXANDRA RETTER
A tan, grooved object the size of a large rock sat balanced in fourth grader Archer Schell’s hand. He enthusiastically showed it to the teachers and fellow students who stopped by his display board. When asked w...
by Frances Edstrom, columnist
A common denominator in recent, and not so recent, incidents of civilians being shot by police is the usually low level of the crime that prompted the police...
Chris Rogers, editor, Winona Post
Drive down Huff Street right now or pass Windom Park on Broadway and you’ll see tree after tree wrapped with green ribbons. These ribbons aren&rsqu...
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
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...
On Saturday, April 10, at 7 p.m., Cotter High School student Hannah Graff will release her senior recital, “Hope for Tomorrow.” The recital will be virtual and will be a fundraiser for Home and Community Options (HC). Hannah will present ...
by DEB NAHRGANG, Saint Mary’s Senior Director of External Relations
Jake Mencacci (class of 2018) grew up with either a baseball glove or a hockey stick in his hand.
When he came to Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, he...
The Winona State University (WSU) baseball team had to wait an extra day due to weather, but the Warriors earned some key real estate in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) standings as they claimed two identical 2-1 wins on ...
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...
The Saint Mary’s University (SMU) baseball team scored 20 runs in its non-conference doubleheader against Crown College last week — including at least one run in 11 of the 13 innings.
Saint Mary’s scored in every inning in t...
If there was one safe bet in the Saint Mary’s University volleyball team’s Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference-opener against St. Catherine, it was that no lead was safe.
And in a match filled with momentum shifts and lead ch...
by Joel Krenz, WSU Athletics
It was a tale of two games on Saturday for number 13 Winona State University (WSU) softball against Northern State University. Winona State put people on base but struggled to bring them home in a 10-3 o...
It was a tale of two games on Saturday for number 13 Winona State University (WSU) softball against Northern State University. Winona State put people on base but struggled to bring them home in a 10-3 opening game loss. Late-game heroics were n...
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