Winona Volunteer Services is partnering with the YMCA to hold a food drop on Thursday.
The Winona City Council got an update of the park’s situation on Monday.
A longstanding summer tradition remains on hold in Winona due to COVID-19.
Sen. Jeremy Miller (R-Winona) will seek another term.
No new COVID-19 cases or deaths were reported in Winona, Fillmore, Wabasha, and Houston Counties Tuesday.
Local business owner Ty Styx is running for the First Ward seat on the Winona City Council.
The Winona City Council unanimously approved a proposal that would close part of 3rd St. in downtown to allow restaurants, bars, and retailers to expand outdoor business operations on Monday.
Prairie Island campground will not open to short-term recreational camping in 2020.
The Winona City Council approved a plan to redesign Broadway St. on a 4-3 vote during Monday night’s meeting.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed the 80th case of COVID-19 in Winona County Monday.
The City of Winona is asking for the community to be willing to partake in contact tracing as bars and restaurants begin opening on a limited basis.
Staring Monday, Gundersen Health Systems will begin easing visitor restrictions.
Residents of Winona County can recycle old appliances for free throughout the entire month of June.
The Winona City Council will vote tonight on a proposal to redesign Broadway St.
A group of Winonans peacefully demonstrated over the death of George Floyd Saturday.
Winair is sponsoring a flyover to pay tribute to Winona Health workers this evening.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed a new case of COVID-19 in Winona County Friday.
The Winona City Council will vote Monday on an ordinance that would allow for downtown restaurants and businesses to expand outdoor services.
A fundraiser for Minnesota foodbanks led by the Minnesota Senate has exceeded its fundraising goal.
The Winona Public Library will reopen for curbside pick-up on June 1.