WI COVID-19 Count

TJ Leverentz | Apr 3, 2020 AT 2:26 pm

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services confirmed six more deaths 182 new cases ofCOVID-19 on Friday.

Walz Reveals New COVID-19 Dashboard 

TJ Leverentz | Apr 3, 2020 AT 1:23 pm

Governor Tim Walz unveiled a new website dedicated to sharing the latest COVID-19 information and connecting Minnesotans to resources amid the pandemic.

Winona County Emergency Management Director Shares Update on COVID-19

TJ Leverentz | Apr 3, 2020 AT 1:18 pm

​Winona County Emergency Management Director Ben Klinger joined KWNO’s In the Know on Friday morning to update the community on the county’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Winona Health Announces Temporary Clinic Hours, Closes Cardiopulmonary Rehab Gym

TJ Leverentz | Apr 3, 2020 AT 1:14 pm

Winona Health will cut back its clinic hours on Monday until the end of April.

Winona County MnDOT Projects

TJ Leverentz | Apr 3, 2020 AT 1:11 pm

MnDOT has announced scheduled road projects in Winona County for the upcoming construction season.

Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center Director Shares Updates, Advice

TJ Leverentz | Apr 2, 2020 AT 3:00 pm

Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center Executive Director Erik Sievers joined KWNO’s In the Know on Thursday to share an update about the center’s services.

Flood Warning in Effect

TJ Leverentz | Apr 2, 2020 AT 2:48 pm

A River Flood Warning for the area taken effect and will last until further notice.

Winona County Health Urges Citizens to Comply with Stay Home Order

TJ Leverentz | Apr 2, 2020 AT 2:33 pm

The ​Winona County Department of Health and Human Services is urging residents to comply with Gov. Tim Walz’s Stay Home Order, following the county’s first COVID-19-related death.

First COVID-19 Case Confirmed in Trempealeau County, Second in Buffalo County

TJ Leverentz | Apr 2, 2020 AT 2:13 pm

Wisconsin Health officials confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Trempealeau County and a second case of the virus in Buffalo County.

City Announces Temporary Park Rules

TJ Leverentz | Apr 2, 2020 AT 2:12 pm

The City of Winona has implemented temporary rules and guidelines for city parks.