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Author: Kaitlyn Riley

Whether you eat it as a meal or a snack, it can be hard to beat the ooey, gooey sensation of a real grilled cheese. I recently had the chance to test my sandwich skills at the Crawford County Dairy Breakfast Grilled Cheese experience where chefs in three different age categories combined their finest ingredients […]

Ashley for the Arts promised to donate over $590,000 to non-profit organizations following their 11th annual music and art festival held in Arcadia’s Memorial Park August 8-11. The amount exceeds the festival’s 2018 donation. Proceeds will benefit more than 60 participating non-profit organizations, 28 of which are area school districts. The success of the 11th […]

Have you ever wanted to volunteer in your community but don’t know where to begin? Mobile Meals of La Crosse makes it easy to have a heartwarming experience. Mobile Meals is a non-profit public benefit organization in La Crosse that delivers more than 33,000 meals annual to individuals in the city limits of La Crosse. […]

It was this week 12 years ago that areas of the Midwest were flooded by up to 17 inches of rain. From August 18-20, precipitation came down at rates of 1-2 inches per hour, according to the National Weather Service. Stoddard and the south side of La Crosse reported more than 12 inches. The National […]

La Crescent Animal Rescue has a new program that could be the cat’s meow for people with pest problems. Nancy Strelow, vice president on the board of directors, said they have had a feral cat population outside their shelter for years. They typically trap, spay or neuter, vaccinate and release the cats. “It seems to […]

Hundreds of students filled the La Crosse Center for the 8th Annual Back 2 School event Wednesday. Donations from the community helped provide school supplies, clothes, haircuts, vaccinations and other health screenings for families facing the expenses of another academic year. “I think it just really gives the children a good start on their first […]

More than 1 million people are expected to attend the Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis before the event closes Sunday. With less than two percent of the nation being involved in agriculture, many may not know what goes on in the agriculture buildings. While showing dairy cattle at the Wisconsin State Fair last week, […]