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When life gives you a 6,280-gallon silo, make cottage cheese. Westby Cooperative Creamery announced Thursday it will be giving its silo on Main Street a facelift to resemble a giant cottage cheese container. The creamery said it pays homage to the area’s dairy heritage and designation as “The Cottage Cheese Capital of Wisconsin.” “With 13 […]

The show will go on in Allamakee County. The northeast Iowa fair is set for July 8-12. While there will be livestock shows, food, and entertainment, the 2020 celebration will look much different than in years past. “Safety is our number one priority,” Extension County Youth Coordinator Morgan Bjerke said. “Making sure that we are […]

Every summer we make big plans to have some fun. Boating , camping, vacations and of course CONCERT FESTIVALS! Well, the festivals and concerts are being shelved, but we want to help you feel like you’re there right in your backyard, camper, or wherever you’re celebrating this weekend! We’re having a CAMPFIRE CONCERT starting at […]

Celebrating the final day of June Dairy Month and jumping into July’s National Ice Cream Month, Chaseburg Farmers Union Co-op gave thanks to farmers and the community Tuesday with dairy delicious treats. Firing up the grill, Brad Robson was on sandwich quality control cooking grilled cheeses bought from Vernon County Dairy Youth to help fund […]

Coming together from opposite sides of the country, brothers Cameron and Brandon Olson created a business plan to bring solar energy options to La Crosse. Olson Solar Energy started in 2017 with a few jobs in southwest Wisconsin. There were no other solar companies in the area, so the market made sense. In 2019, they […]

The band put out a statement today.

Friday morning, the Country Boom Team made the difficult announcement on KQ98 to postpone the 2020 celebration until 2021. “We would love nothing more than to enjoy a weekend of country music and cold beer with each of you. The community and our great team work 365 days a year to plan for three magical […]

The re-scheduled Summerfest that was set for Sept. 3-19 in Milwaukee is officially canceled. The Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. Board of Directors made that decision Thursday because of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding large gatherings because of COVID-19. “It is our honor to be responsible for such a storied tradition,” Don Smiley, President & CEO of […]

With the current Covid-19 pandemic still casting a shadow over large gathering the YMCA has decided to make their annual walk a virtual one. Mental health is how we think, feel and act. We all have mental health! The Y cares deeply about the mental health of our veterans and our community. We know that […]

The NFL has been the one saving grace in the sports world during the Covid-19 crisis. Fans of all sports are clamoring for something, ANYTHING sports related to simply get their minds off things and feel a bit of normalcy. Whether it was free agency or the NFL Combine sports fans gathered around their electronic […]

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