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Visiting the 9/11 Memorial: An unforgettable experience
par BRUCE R. MILLER firstname.lastname@example.org le 12/09/2021 à 2:00
A visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York's Financial District would be a refresher lesson – a look at history from a distance – I told myself.
Nurses - The Heart of Health Care
le 29/12/2020 à 4:34
We’re excited to honor extraordinary nurses in our area who go above and beyond to deliver compassionate care. In unprecedented times and with the added strain of COVID-19, this year we celebrate nurses who put others first and have made…
Williams, Van Maanen clean up at sectionals
par TODD SOMMERFELDT email@example.com le 21/02/2016 à 5:58
WAUNAKEE, Wis. — Connor Williams could smile as he walked around the fieldhouse at Waunakee High School late Saturday afternoon.
Ancius develops into complete leader for Aquinas
par JON YOUNG firstname.lastname@example.org le 26/12/2015 à 4:45
Members of the Aquinas High School boys basketball team won’t hesitate to tell you Chris Ancius is their on-court leader.
Bo stuns all with retirement announcement
par JIM POLZIN Wisconsin State Journal le 16/12/2015 à 5:59
MADISON — University of Wisconsin men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan announced his retirement following Tuesday night's 64-49 victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Caution, horses ahead: 250 ride through Fountain City
par Kim Schneider Winona Daily News le 11/10/2015 à 5:00
FOUNTAIN CITY — The only signs that 250 horses had passed through Fountain City were the manure-lined roads and a sign that read “Caution: Horses ahead.”
From Tribune files: Notable natives from the La Crosse area
par CHRIS HUBBUCH La Crosse Tribune le 13/08/2015 à 6:00
The director of "Rebel Without a Cause." The first black American to compete in the Olympics. A late night comedian who has been on Letterman's show more than 30 times. These are the seldom-told stories of some of the most…
Public radio next for Mudcat and the Bottomfeeders after Ashley and the Arts
par Kim Schneider Winona Daily News le 09/08/2015 à 5:00
ARCADIA — People tapped their toes, clapped their hands and hollered for Mudcat and the Bottomfeeders — an Americana/rock band from Winona that fed off the crowd’s energy in the pavilion at Ashley for the Arts on Saturday.
NCAA DIII NATIONAL TOURNAMENT: Cejka sets the tone in Eagles' opener
par DAVID GRISWOLD email@example.com le 23/05/2015 à 5:40
GRAND CHUTE, Wis. -- UW-La Crosse pitcher Ben Cejka stepped on the mound Friday in the biggest spot of his collegiate career.
Wild ride continues as Badgers end Kentucky's bid for perfection
par JIM POLZIN Wisconsin State Journal le 05/04/2015 à 5:50
INDIANAPOLIS – Inside Lucas Oil Stadium, “Jump Around” was blasting over the loudspeaker and University of Wisconsin men’s basketball fans took the cue, bouncing around to the music.
PSC to decide on Badger-Coulee today
par CHRIS HUBBUCH firstname.lastname@example.org le 26/03/2015 à 5:00
Wisconsin regulators are expected to decide Thursday on a controversial high-voltage power line that could cut through the Coulee Region bringing electricity to population centers in the east.
71 years later, Arcadia veteran receives Bronze Star
par Kayla Langmaid Daily News le 23/03/2015 à 5:00
ETTRICK, Wis. — Clifford Blaha is a war hero, but he doesn’t make a big deal of it. So, on Saturday, his friend Paul Beseler saw to it that the 89-year-old received the Bronze Star he earned in the Pacific…
Super Gav to the -- Capitol: New bill bearing Winona boy's name would raise awareness of rare disease
par Marcia Ratliff and Brian Voerding Daily News le 10/02/2015 à 10:56
Winona boy Gavin Quimby, better known as Super Gav, won the hearts of the community in 2014 when he went on a mission to save the city.
Downtown Winona building burns, no one hurt
par Daily News staff le 06/02/2015 à 9:00
A historic downtown Winona building caught fire early Friday morning, though the fire was quickly contained and no one was injured.
Support of gay marriage comes with caveats
par The Associated Press le 05/02/2015 à 1:30
SALT LAKE CITY — While finding that Americans narrowly favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to legally marry, a new Associated Press-GfK poll also shows most believe wedding-related businesses should be allowed to deny service to same-sex couples for religious…
County starts admin search over; interim Holte shows interest in position
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 03/02/2015 à 10:15
Winona County is back at the starting line in its search for a county administrator, but it may have a viable candidate in plain view.
Dahl gets final site plan approval; residents seem satisfied
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 27/01/2015 à 12:00
For the first time in many months, residents weren’t packed into a meeting that involved Dahl Automotive’s new dealership location along Hwy. 61.
Winona County plans to offer job to admin finalist
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 22/01/2015 à 12:30
Michael Collard is in line to become the next Winona County administrator.
Daley: Gay marriage should be decided by states
par DEE J. HALL Wisconsin State Journal le 20/01/2015 à 11:15
MADISON — State Supreme Court candidate James Daley said Tuesday deciding whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry is a matter for states, not the federal courts, which in the past year have repeatedly struck down state gay-marriage bans…
Winona boy arrested in connection with Illinois homicide
le 16/01/2015 à 4:45
Winona police took a 16-year-old boy into custody Thursday morning in connection with a homicide in a Chicago suburb, the police department said Friday.
Fastenal reports strong 4Q; 2014 profit up double digits
par Daily News staff le 15/01/2015 à 10:03
Fastenal continues to stay back on track.
Milwaukee man, 26, found dead on homeowner's doorstep
le 12/01/2015 à 12:00
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Police are investigating the death of a 26-year-old Milwaukee man found dead on a homeowner's doorstep.
TOM OATES: Resourceful Packers, resilient Rodgers find a way to beat Cowboys
par TOM OATES Wisconsin State Journal le 12/01/2015 à 6:03
GREEN BAY — They say they're a different team this time around.
Koula files appeal on same grounds trial court rejected
par ANNE JUNGEN email@example.com le 08/01/2015 à 9:00
Eric Koula is appealing his conviction for the 2010 murders of his parents.
New county administrator? Winona board interviews last candidate, likes what it hears
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 08/01/2015 à 12:30
Winona County may have found a new administrator.
Update: Bill would force closure of failing schools
par The Associated Press le 08/01/2015 à 6:00
MADISON — Wisconsin public schools deemed to be failing would have to become charter schools under a bill introduced Wednesday that was the first of the 2015 legislative session and placed on the fast track for passage.
Downtown Winona? There's an app for that
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 26/12/2014 à 12:30
Wondering where to dine, shop, or look for services in downtown Winona?
Ex-officer not charged in fatal shooting
par TODD RICHMOND Associated Press le 22/12/2014 à 5:00
MILWAUKEE — A white Milwaukee police officer who was fired after he fatally shot a mentally ill black man in April won't face criminal charges, the county's top prosecutor said Monday.
City development notes: Dahl appeases neighbors; McNally moves on YWCA apartments; senior-living facility approved
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 18/12/2014 à 12:45
After months of criticism and negotiation, the neighbors next to the new Dahl Automotive facility along Hwy. 61 in Winona are starting to come to terms with the development.
Long train blockages near Homer lead to complaints
par MARCIA RATLIFF Winona Daily News le 17/12/2014 à 8:00
HOMER, Minn. — Think waiting 10 minutes for a train backup at a Winona intersection is bad?
County narrows admin search to 2, but may consider starting over
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 17/12/2014 à 10:00
Two finalists for Winona County's administrator position will move on to a new round of interviews next month.
KidSport zeroes in on permanent home; former YWCA that burned may become apartments
par ABBY EISENBERG Daily News le 12/12/2014 à 11:16
Three months after a large fire destroyed part of its downtown gymnastics training facility, KidSport is zeroing in on a long-term home as possible plans emerge to build apartments in the old space.
Investigation to start into Winona County discrimination claim
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 10/12/2014 à 10:45
Winona County is confident it didn’t do anything wrong when it fired its former county administrator in May and is welcoming an investigation into the matter.
Wisconsin enforcing new rules for ridding bats
par The Associated Press le 08/12/2014 à 6:00
JANESVILLE, Wis. — New state rules and regulations to protect bats are restricting property owners who want the pests out of their homes.
Laird-Norton considering gifting downtown building to WSU
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 06/12/2014 à 11:15
The Laird-Norton family is considering giving its historic downtown building to WSU.
Top candidate for Winona County admin says dismissal from last job based on misunderstandings
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 05/12/2014 à 12:30
The top finalist for Winona County’s administrator job was fired from his previous job running a Florida city, following concerns that he failed to properly release or respond in a timely way to requested public records, and in one case…
Doyle to run for judge’s seat
le 04/12/2014 à 8:00
La Crosse County’s family court commissioner is running for an open seat on the bench with the endorsement of the last judge to hold the office.
Family, friends memorialize WSU student Baures
par ABBY EISENBERG Daily News le 04/12/2014 à 4:10
Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday night for a candlelight vigil to memorialize Brooke Baures, a Winona State University student who died earlier this week at a Fountain City restaurant.
Coach, teammates fondly remember WSU student
par JOHN CASPER JR. Daily News le 03/12/2014 à 1:00
A Winona State University student and gymnast who died late Monday at a Fountain City restaurant was remembered Tuesday for her warm, outgoing personality, a smile that brightened the darkest room and the competitive drive she’d use to encourage her…
Former Winona County admin's human-rights claim moves forward
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 01/12/2014 à 10:45
Will Winona County agree to mediation with a former county administrator who filed a state discrimination claim alleging he was wrongfully fired?
Lacy's powerful runs finish off Vikings
par DAVE CAMPBELL AP Pro Football Writer le 24/11/2014 à 6:20
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The ground game with Eddie Lacy was working so well for Green Bay that even Aaron Rodgers wanted a running play to try to put Minnesota away.
County admin finalists stand before board
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 21/11/2014 à 12:30
Whether in person or through video conferencing, the five Winona County administrator finalists were quizzed for the first time Thursday during interviews and given the chance to show why they should be the county’s next leader.
Building better neighbors: New WSU community meeting aims to build conversation with residents
par MARCIA RATLIFF Daily News le 19/11/2014 à 11:15
When a good neighbor is about to do some tree trimming or repair a fence, he or she reaches out to other neighbors to talk about it first.
Getting out while they can: Frigid November bringing river shipping season to abrupt end
par Tesla Mitchell Daily News le 17/11/2014 à 11:30
Old Man Winter is forcing Winona river barge traffic to wrap up at least a week early, a sudden cap to a season where shippers negotiated wild weather, a temporary river closure, and other challenges.
More modest changes suggested for wood boilers
par BETSY BLOOM firstname.lastname@example.org le 13/11/2014 à 9:00
La Crosse County officials have dialed back some of the proposed new regulations for outdoor wood-fired furnaces, including delaying by a decade the deadline to replace older boilers with cleaner-burning models.
I'm not dead, Wisconsin veteran tells VA
par STEVEN VERBURG email@example.com le 13/11/2014 à 12:00
The Madison man received a letter from the Veterans Benefits Administration informing him of his death and cautioning his wife about cashing any more of his benefit checks.
SPARK rekindles memories, connections at Marine Art Museum
par MARCIA RATLIFF Daily News le 09/11/2014 à 12:00
About a dozen people gathered around a painting at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum Wednesday morning, taking in its bright colors and poignant details.
Oberton to step down from Fastenal
par Daily News staff le 07/11/2014 à 10:02
Fastenal will begin the new year with a new CEO.
Corridor foes urge city planners to stand firm
par CHRIS HUBBUCH firstname.lastname@example.org le 04/11/2014 à 6:00
A coalition of groups opposed to a north-south corridor are calling on the La Crosse Area Planning Committee to reject a proposed modification to its resolution in support of a regional transportation study.
Trucker fights fear of doctors to win battle with prostate cancer
par MIKE TIGHE email@example.com le 04/11/2014 à 6:00
Mike “T-Bone” Tessmer is a scrappy over-the-road trucker who steered clear of doctors for decades because of terrifying surgery experiences as a child — but now champions annual checkups as a prostate cancer survivor.