Woman’s death ruled accidental

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 30, 2015

La Crosse authorities have ruled the death of a Waverly, Iowa woman whose body was found Monday in a downtown La Crosse alley accidental. Investigators said 32-year-old Robin Drabill died after falling from a building’s third-floor fire escape. They believe Drabill had been drinking before she climbed the fire escape. Her body was found behind […]

Habitat for Humanity to hold Plant Sale Benefit

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 30, 2015

Habitat for Humanity will hold its annual plant sale fundraiser on May 15. Martha Larson and Barbie Bell have been working all spring, starting the seeds which have grown into plants for the event that is scheduled for Friday, May 15 in the Midtown Foods parking lot from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm. Plants available […]

Minnesota Surpasses 100 Traffic Deaths for 2015

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 30, 2015

Minnesota reached 100 traffic fatalities for 2015 following two crashes in which three Minnesotans lost their lives, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety. Minnesota passed 100 traffic deaths on May 21 in 2014 following three deaths that brought that number to 101. • A 56 year old woman from […]

U.S. Education Secretary Has High Praise for State’s Universal PreK Proposal

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

This morning, Governor Mark Dayton and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan visited a preschool classroom in North Saint Paul, meeting with students, teachers, parents, and administrators to discuss the impacts of high-quality early learning programs on Minnesota’s youngest learners. Secretary Duncan talked of his support for Governor Dayton’s effort to provide free access to […]

Highway 14 roundabout construction begins May 4 near Eyota

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

Construction is scheduled to begin Monday, May 4 on the Highway 14/ Highway 42 roundabout near Eyota, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The $2.7 million project will build a roundabout at the intersection of Highway 14 and Highway 42 near Eyota. The project will require detours while the project is underway. The prime […]

Lions Broom Sale begins Monday

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

The Winona Noon Lions annual door to door broom sale begins Monday, May 4 and concludes on Monday, May 11. This annual tradition has been going since 1956. Originally, Lions began selling brooms because they were produced by visually impaired people. Now many people with sight issues are working in the mainstream areas of employment. […]

A New Underwater Exhibit set to Open May 1 at the the MMAM

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM) has announced artist Stephen Hilyard of Madison, Wisconsin will exhibit his work in the solo exhibition, Seeking the Sublime. The exhibition, the second in the MMAM’s 2015 Underwater Photography Series, will be on display from May 1 – July 15, 2015. Stephen Hilyard’s artwork is described as a realm […]

WSU Seniors to Graduate May 8. HBC to Carry Commencement Ceremonies Live

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

More than 1100 students will participate in the Winona State University Spring 2015 Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 8, in McCown Gymnasium in Memorial Hall on the Winona campus. The commencement ceremonies are broadcast live on HBC TV 25 with coverage beginning at 9:00 a.m. The morning ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. and include the […]

Winona Municpal Band celebrates its Centennial this year

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 29, 2015

For 100 years the Winona Municipal Band has been entertaining the people of Winona. Originally formed in 1855 as the Gate City Band, the Winona Municipal Band has the distinction of being the oldest continually performing city band west of the Mississippi River. This year the Winona Municipal Band welcomes a new director. Levi Lundak, […]

Spencer named Hope LHS “Student of the Week”

Posted by HBC Newsdesk April 28, 2015

Hope Lutheran High School “Student of the Week” is senior Alex Spencer. Alex describes himself quiet and laid back. His favorite subject is accounting. Alex’s favorite things to do in his spare time is to read, watch TV, and play video games. Alex participated in guitar, choir and band. His plans after high school are […]

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