Under mounting pressure from concerned citizens, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced it is postponing a new aquatic invasive species decal requirement that was set to begin in February.
The director of the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Tomah says he had already taken steps to address reports of overmedication of patients before federal officials announced a review of prescription practices at the Wisconsin facility.
Five students were selected to represent the Winona Middle School in the Southeast Minnesota Band Directors Association Honor Band on Saturday, January 17, 2015. Jenny Russell, a clarinet player and Cooper Hancock, a baritone saxophone player are 7th graders. Selected 8th grade students are Parker Hawkinson on percussion, Brittin Winter on clarinet, and Anne White on flute. All five student musicians are members of the WMS band program, under the direction of Melody Snyder. The students spent the day working with guest conductor, Mr. Randy Blaser, former Winona Senior High School and Winona Middle School band director. The event culminated in a final concert featuring the 6-8th Grade and 9-10th Grade Honor Bands, consisting of 150 band students from Southeast Minnesota. .
PICTURE L-R: row 1: Cooper Hancock, Parker Hawkinson / row 2: Brittin Winter, Anna White, Jenny Russell
The Hamline men shot 58 percent from the field and beat Saint Mary’s 81-57. Zach Hinrichs scored a career high 10 points to lead Saint Mary’s as the Cardinals fall to 3-13 overall and 1-11 in conference play.
Winona State junior Brooke Hiestand has been named the WIAC Gymnastics Athlete of the Week as a specialist. The Crown Point, Ind. native posted a career-best score on the floor exercise in the final rotation...