April 24, 2012
Small-town boredom, teenage angst and the desire to fit in led a good-natured girl down the destructive road of drug use.
January 19, 2011
On Friday, January 28 at 11am, join Winona Police Department's Officer Kevin Kearney as he discusses grandparents being victimized over telephone scams. In 2009, grandparents spent at least $4.5 million to telephone scammers.
June 22, 2010
Approximately 300 alumni, family and friends will return to their alma mater for Saint Mary’s Homecoming festivities
Each year during summer Homecoming festivities, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota honors outstanding alumni.
This year’s Distinguished Alumnus Award recipient is Dr. Jane (Weydert ’86) Homeyer of Reston, Va. Lasallian Service Awards will go to James Cunningham ’49 of Coos Bay, Ore., and Christine (Coglianese’ 93) Collins of Orland Park, Ill. Additionally, Timothy Horan ’70 of Plymouth, Minn., will receive...
June 7, 2010
Does your child wear a helmet? Is your child's bike safe to ride? Join Officer Kevin Kearney for this bike safety class and be safety smart on a bike this summer!
This bike safety class is for youth with two-wheeled bicycles and will cover:
Bike safety education, bike course to practice on, safety check list, certificate of achievement.
Note: You must bring your bike and helmet to this class.
Tuesday, June 22 from 5:30-7 p.m.
March 25, 2010
Winona State University’s National Broadcasting Society received multiple awards at the 2010 National Broadcasting Society National Convention, in Dallas, Texas
Winona State University’s National Broadcasting Society received multiple awards at the 2010 National Broadcasting Society National Convention, in Dallas, Texas.
Nathan Siems, chapter secretary, received the Rookie of the Year award; Megan McNulty, public information officer, received the Grand Prize for Audio Public Affairs Show, National Communication Coordinator of the Year award, and Honorable Mention for Video Promo; and the chapter...
February 3, 2010
Winona City Council approves regulations to hold property owners responsible for underage drinkers
The Winona City Council passed a Social Host Ordinance for Winona Feb. 1, that will make home and apartment owners responsible for underage drinkers—even if the owners didn’t purchase the alcohol for them.
A Social Host Ordinance is a regulation that makes the owner of a private residence liable for the intoxication of underage individuals, whether or not they purchased the alcohol for the underage people. The consequence would be a...
January 25, 2010
Winona State's Fencing Club puts 2008 grant to good use, buying high tech equipment and needed gear
November 12, 2009
SMU music fraternity members host annual variety show to highlight fellow musicians
October 23, 2009
Possible city ordinance will allow only residents to park near campus
The Winona City Council is considering a new policy that requires anyone living within two blocks of the campus of Winona State University to pay $20 a year to park on the street.
Instead of buying parking passes, many students opt out of the yearly fee and park in surrounding neighborhoods and streets near campus.