Author: Heather Armstrong

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Stretched across 40 acres in Coon Valley is a place some special riders call heaven. The horses here change lives. [Read More]
Scores of Wisconsin farmers are struggling. A way of life that has defined them and much of the state for more than a century is... [Read More]
Coulee Council on Addictions officially opened the doors of its new facility and its new name the Coulee Recovery Center and its not just the... [Read More]
It's International Cat Day! The day was first observed in 2002 by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the day celebrates the most popular pet... [Read More]
There are nearly two million disabled military veterans in the United States who are unable to take part in everyday activities.  The Tomah VA is... [Read More]
Lorraine Cafe says up until just recently volunteering helped fill a void.  The 71 year old is this month's Jefferson Award recipient. "Up until last... [Read More]
There are nearly two million disabled military veterans in the u.s. unable to take part in everyday activities. The Tomah VA is trying to help... [Read More]
Tags: Tomah VA - Heart - Hero
A special event coming up later this month in La Crosse will help women with disabilities enjoy their time in the spotlight. One of the... [Read More]
A long time La Crosse business owner, Dan Wettstein received the Lifetime Achievement Award by the La Crosse Tavern League. Wettstein's recently announced plans to... [Read More]
While she might have a full closet of elegant gowns but Miranda Schmidt says competing in pageants is more than just fancy shoes and a... [Read More]
Hundreds of bikers are gearing up for the annual Riders for Survivors event June 24. The ride covers 100 miles with four stops along the... [Read More]
Chasing Daylight Animal Rescue is bringing in the big dogs to raise money for area animals. Todd Duncan said he fell into training animals when... [Read More]
Someone dies from heart disease, stroke or another form of cardiovascular disease every 43 seconds in the United States that's according to the American Heart... [Read More]
Jail Ministry focuses on addressing the need for reform and second chances. Elizabeth O'Brien received a second chance after meeting Chaplain Tom Skemp in the... [Read More]
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 600 thousand prisoners are released from prison each year.  More than half will be rearrested, not just once... [Read More]
A big celebration of the arts Thursday night at the Waterfront's Cargill Room for UFAH, United Fund for the Arts & Humanities.  The organization is... [Read More]
A fundraiser next week for a group that makes sure the arts remain vibrant in our community. The United Fund for the Arts and Humanities... [Read More]
Jesse Fiers is being called a hero.  He said he saw the raptor twice in four days and sensed something was wrong, so he called... [Read More]
April's Jefferson Award winner is Gerald Bonsack, a Prairie du Chien native who moved to La Crosse to work as an engineer. Gerald says that... [Read More]
La Crosse's efforts to end homelessness included finding homes for people living in what became known as Tent City last year. Now an exhibit of... [Read More]
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