Being buried alive is a fear that a lot of people have. There’s a phobia called “taphophobia” which is the irrational fear of being buried alive. YouTube announced their top trending video of 2021 from their year-end data, and revealed that the video titled, “I Spent 50 Hours Buried Alive,” uploaded in March by YouTube […]

The Weekend Three: December 3-5, 2021 The Weekend Three highlights three events that take place over the weekend across the Tri-States. These events are anything from fundraisers, festivals and fairs to other various community functions. If interested, feel free to take part in any of these events and support local communities. Ugly Sweater 5K Run/Walk […]

Over the last several weeks, more and more country artists and bands have announced tour plans for 2022. Kenny Chesney, Walker Hayes, Morgan Wallen and now Keith Urban, to name a few, have announced shows in Wisconsin and/or Minnesota. Below are some notable concerts coming the rest of this year and so far in 2022. […]

‘Christmas Comet Leonard’ otherwise known as Comet C/2021 A1 (Leonard), is heading this way ending its journey around the sun. The comet was first detected as a faint smudge earlier in 2021 when it was out past Mars. It’s orbit will take it around Earth and Venus before it swings back around the sun in […]

Today is ‘Giving Tuesday,’ which is defined as “the Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, during which people are encouraged to donate to charity or carry out acts of kindness as an antidote to the consumerism of the preceding days.” ‘Giving Tuesday’ allows people to donate to local charities reminding everyone that the holidays […]

Christmas movies and television shows are already being shown across many channels. Everything from classic shows like ‘Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer’ and ‘Frosty the Snowman’ to movies like ‘Home Alone,’ and ‘Elf’ to ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’ Below are some of the TV classics and air dates. ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’Channel: Freeform NetworkDates: 12/4 (6:45PM), […]

KQ98 is teaming up with the American Red Cross, Pearl Street Brewery and Rotary Club of La Crosse, for the “Pints for Pints” Holiday Blood Drive on December 8th and 9th. Wednesday, December 8th:Pearl Street Brewery (1401 St. Andrew St.) from 12PM-6PM (live music from Andy Hughes from 4PM-6PM). Thursday, December 9th:La Crosse Radisson Ballroom […]

The La Crosse County, “For Goodness Sake” project is in full swing this holiday season. It’s a year round program that is able to serve and help those in need throughout the community. They’re always seeking donations of hygiene products (especially hotel sized), gift cards, and cash to purchase needed items. The program is designed […]

Hunting season recently began in Michigan, and a buck wanted to make sure he was out of sight by seeking shelter in a church. A 10-point buck sought safety in a church in the community of Sturgis, Michigan. The only problem, it was a Monday morning and he couldn’t find a way out. The pastors […]

This Friday morning in the EARLY hours of the day a partial lunar eclipse will occur. The eclipse will be visible throughout the entire United States, Mexico and Canada. Parts of eastern Russia, Japan and western South America will be able to view it, too. The Holcomb Observatory is calling this the longest partial eclipse […]

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