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AFL-CIO Hosts Labor Day Parade and LaborFest at Copeland Park
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AFL-CIO Hosts Labor Day Parade and LaborFest at Copeland Park

Local labor organizations and community groups walked in the AFL-CIO's annual Labor Day Parade Monday morning in La Crosse.

2nd Annual Bowtie Classic tees off at Forest Hills Golf Club

Over 80 golfers wait for the event to start. Over 80 golfers wait for the event to start.

The 2nd annual Charlie Miller Memorial Bow-tie Classic Golf Outing and Knowledge Open was held Saturday afternoon for a good cause. Over 80 golfers participated in the event, with registration being $75 per person to compete in teams of 4 in a 18 hole golf scramble. Foursomes competed to win $1,000 in prize money awarded to the La Crosse public schools the teams represented on the golf course. Golfers had a chance to win a 2014 Dodge Dart (courtesy of Pischke Motors) by hitting a hole in one ... More>>

Galesville Family surprisingly welcomes newborn baby on Labor Day Video included

Labor Day is a day where most workers enjoy a day off from their full-time or part-time schedules, but for some, work doesn't stop, not even on Labor Day. More>>

A Minnesota Tradition: Carving Butter Heads Video included

Each year at the end of the summer millions of people head to St. Paul for the Minnesota State Fair. For the last 61 years 12 women have come home from the fair with a very special, very edible souvenir, their head carved in butter. More>>

Goose Island Campground has “busy” Labor Day weekend Video included

Labor Day Weekend is one of the busiest weekend for camp sites and campers—especially for Goose Island Campground in Stoddard, the largest county campground in the state of Wisconsin. More>>

Coast Guard offers safety tips for La Crosse boaters Video included

For those heading out on the water over the holiday weekend, the Coast Guard Auxiliary wants to remind people to think “safety first”. More>>

Train hits, kills pedestrian in Tomah Video included

A Canadian Pacific Railroad train hit and killed a pedestrian in Tomah late Saturday night.

The 4th Demension reunites at Huck Finn's

4th Demension reunties 4th Demension reunties

A La Crescent man who was inducted into the South Dakota Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this past year, reunited with his band Saturday night. The band, The 4th Demension, played with Bobby Vee in the 60's and performed Saturday night in French Island at Huck Finn's. The rhythm and blues band featured horns, drums, and guitars. They played many classic rock favorites through out the night. 2 of the original 5 band members have passed away, and the band's performances are dedicated in their memory. More>>

"Chillin With the Chancellor" is a big hit at UWL

Joe Gow rocking out. Joe Gow rocking out.

UW-La Crosse chancellor Joe Gow performed Saturday night to a packed auditorium of students for his event, "Chillin With the Chancellor."Gow's band, The Fur-Low Riders, is comprised of other UWL faculty and staff along with his wife assisting on vocals and keyboard. This is the 7th year of the event according to Gow. The band plays a variety of classic rock songs. Students were given glow sticks, glasses, necklaces and bracelets for the event. Even though Gow was a little late the event, the ... More>>

Dogs cool off at 8th annual Diggity Dog Dip

?More than 350 area dogs got to cool off Saturday at the pool. It's called the Diggity Dog Dip, the 8th annual fundraiser for the La Crescent Animal Shelter and the Onalaska Parks Rec Department. More>>

Food a main attraction at the Minnesota State Fair

?Food is one of the main attractions at the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul. This year there are almost 30 new food items and nearly 80 foods on a stick. Including some non traditional foods like a salad on a stick. More>>

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