Levee Park on tonight’s Winona City Council docket

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 1, 2013

The Winona Levee Park Redevelopment committee will go before the Winona City Council tonight to request funding for a pre-design study.The committee is recommending the City of Winona enter into an agreement with the University Of Minnesota College Of Design to develop an improvement implementation vision for the project. To contract with the U of [...]

Man charged after discharging pistol

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 1, 2013

Winona Police arrested a local man after he allegedly fired his handgun into the ground in the front yard of his Winona home. Winona Police Deputy Chief Tom Williams said 24-year-old Travis Jeffery Brierley has been referred to the county attorney’s office on three firearms related charges: Reckless Discharge of a Firearm, Felony Reckless Operation [...]

Wabasha man injured in accident near Kellogg

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 1, 2013

The Minnesota State Patrol says alcohol may have contributed to an accident that seriously injured a Wabasha man early Sunday morning. According to reports, 26-year-old Alex Maritim was northbound on Highway 61 just south of Kellogg when he ran off the road striking a tree. Maritim was taken by ambulance to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in [...]

Winona Co. Board to determine EIS for Nisbit mine

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 1, 2013

When the Winona County Board of Commissioners met Tuesday morning, they will decide whether or not an Environmental Impact Statement, or EIS, will be required for frac sand mine proposed by David and Sherry Nisbit. At a public hearing on March 31, 2013 the Winona County Planning Commission voted to not require the project to [...]

iPads now in use at Rollingstone School

Posted by HBC Newsdesk March 26, 2013

Last night students became the teachers as Rollingstone School held an open house to show how they are using iPads in the classroom. Last year, the school raised $40,000 to purchase devices for each student. Teacher’s have been actively using them in the classroom since December. Principal Dr. Jack Kaehler says both students and teachers [...]

2013 Habitat “Women Build” project kick off held

Posted by HBC Newsdesk March 26, 2013

Habitat for Humanity Winona-Fillmore Counties held its kick off for another Women Build project for 2013. Women Build is underwritten nationally by Lowes with the goal of getting more women involved in Habitat home building projects in order to move more people out of substandard housing. Habitat for Humanity executive director Nancy Iglesias said if [...]

Franken to visit Winona Wednesday

Posted by HBC Newsdesk March 26, 2013

Minnesota U.S. Senator Al Franken will visit Winona tomorrow. Franken will make stops at Winona State University and Winona Senior High School to discuss education issues. At Winona State, the Senator will be part of a roundtable discussion with students from St. Mary’s University, WSU and Minnesota State College Southeast Technical along with school officials [...]

$12,000 raised for SMU student

Posted by HBC Newsdesk March 26, 2013

The Saint Mary’s University 13th Annual Taylor Richmond Benefit held over the weekend raised over $12,000. Money raised through a silent auction and dance will go to help current student Sabrina Bushlack. Bushlack, who is a senior biochemistry major, was seriously injured last summer by a drunk driver. She was in a medically induced coma [...]

Healthcare to be explained at WSU Wednesday night

Posted by HBC Newsdesk March 26, 2013

A free program at Winona State University will attempt to answer questions about healthcare. The Winona State University College of Business speaker series will host CEO of Mayo System Health Clinic in La Cross, Timothy Johnson, who will present “What’s Wrong with Health Care – Really!” The talk begins at 7:00 Wednesday evening in room [...]

Correction: Not in custody

Posted by HBC Newsdesk March 22, 2013

TV 25 News would like to make a correction to a story we ran earlier this week. On Wednesday it was reported that 47-year-old Sandra Kay Kaupushman of Winona had been taken into custody following an alleged domestic assault. That was not the case. She was not taken into custody. The case remains under investigation [...]

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