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Man buys 1,500 acres in one of Winona County's largest ever land deals

Money Creek Ranch, LLC is paying more than $4 million for 1,531 acres in Wiscoy Township. Money Creek's president, William Simpson, didn't list a use for the property and declined comment to local media.
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Money Creek Ranch, LLC is paying more than $4 million for 1,531 acres in Wiscoy Township. Money Creek's president, William Simpson, didn't list a use for the property and declined comment to local media.

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