LegalizitMN, along with MN Veterans for Cannabis is hosting its monthly meeting at Island City Brewery on Saturday from 2-4pm.
The National Weather Service (NWS) will be holding a SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotter Training in Winona, on April 3rd.
Help is on the way for Minnesota farmers affected by the extreme weather this winter.
Engage Winona, in collaboration with the City of Winona and Art of the Rural, has launched the East End Neighborhood Project.
The Commonweal Theatre Company is opening its 31st season.
Former US Senator Dave Durenberger and former Star Tribune writer Lori Sturdevant will be at Paperbacks and Pieces on Saturday, April 6th to present on and sign copies of their recent book “When Republicans Were Progressive,” published by the Minnesota H…
Cotter Schools is celebrating their 40th Annual Cotter Auction on Saturday, April 27 at the John Nett Recreation Center on the Cotter campus.
The Minnesota House of Representatives approved the hands-free cell phone bill (House File 50) during Monday’s floor session.
The Minnesota House passed HF 400, a bill aimed at ending the state’s opioid crisis.
The Saint Mary’s University Volunteer Mentors are encouraging the community to submit requests for service for the 12th annual Spruce Up Winona event.
The Winona Symphony Orchestra concludes its season, From Minnesota with Love, with a Spring Concert on March 30, 7:30 p.m. at the Harriet Johnson Auditorium.
Shopko will reportedly close all of their stores, including their Winona, Onalaska, La Crosse, and Arcadia locations.
Brandy Gommels, a 43-year-old Winona woman, suffered non-life-threatening injuries after driving her Silverado off the road and striking a tree in Dodge County Friday night.
Julio Reyes, a 21-year-old Winona man, received non-life-threatening injuries after he hit a semi-truck in Chatfield Friday afternoon.
A bill that would end antler point restriction in Series 300 deer permit areas is working its way through the Minnesota house and senate.
The Winona Main Street Program invites the community to attend an ADA Compliance Seminar on Thursday, April 4th at the Winona County History Center’s Wanek Hall.
The Winona Public Library will host documentary artist James A. Bowey to share stories and photographs from "When Home Won't Let You Stay," his traveling exhibition about refugees in Minnesota.
The Wabasha County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on a man that exposed himself to an underage girl at a Lake City Subway.
Winona Health has again been named one of the 2019 Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals in the United States by The Chartis Center for Rural Health.
Saint Mary’s University has nearly reached its goal of raising $20,000 for this year’s Taylor Richmond Benefit recipient Joseph Row of Winona.