Sen. Tina Smith Joins “In the Know”
TJ Leverentz | Mar 13, 2019 AT 7:42 pm
Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minnesota) discussed the President’s budget, her trip to southeastern Minnesota and a bill she reintroduced.
Pelowski Discusses Disaster Fund
TJ Leverentz | Mar 13, 2019 AT 7:39 pm
Rep. Gene Pelowski (DFL-Winona) is making a push in St. Paul to replenish the state’s disaster fund.
Miller Talks Disaster Relief Fund
TJ Leverentz | Mar 13, 2019 AT 7:35 pm
Minnesota Senate President Jeremy Miller (R-Winona) shared his urgency in replenishing the state’s disaster relief fund and broadband expansion.
WI DNR Reminds Fisherman to Remove Shacks
TJ Leverentz | Mar 13, 2019 AT 7:19 pm
Ice anglers are reminded that the last deadline to remove permanent ice shanties from state waters is this Sunday, March 17, when shanties must be removed from waters north of Highway 64 and all other outlying waters by the end of the day.
Bluff Country Co-Op to Hold Bread Baking Contest
TJ Leverentz | Mar 13, 2019 AT 7:12 pm
Local milling company, Great River Organic Milling, is sponsoring a bread baking contest at Bluff Country Co-op.
No One Injured in Winona House Fire
TJ Leverentz | Mar 12, 2019 AT 7:03 pm
Four people and two dogs were able to escape a house fire on Winona’s east side Tuesday afternoon.
Winona County Officials Advise Residents to Clear Roofs
TJ Leverentz | Mar 12, 2019 AT 4:09 pm
With 15 cases of roofs collapsing due to heavy snow and ice accumulation in Winona County, Winona County Emergency Management warns residents to clear snow from their roofs.
National Weather Service Warns of Flooding
TJ Leverentz | Mar 12, 2019 AT 4:06 pm
The National weather service is warning the area to gear up for flooding Wednesday and Thursday as temperatures rise.
Tag and Tow Citywide Monday Night
TJ Leverentz | Mar 11, 2019 AT 5:34 pm
The City of Winona has declared a TAG and TOW Operation to facilitate snow removal for the ENTIRE CITY of Winona.
State Budget Surplus Shrinks
TJ Leverentz | Mar 11, 2019 AT 5:20 pm
Minnesota’s budget surplus was projected at $1.5 billion in December, but last month, that figure fell by a half-billion dollars, setting up legislative battle lines in the budget fight.