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  • Free Dental Care For Adults Who Can't Afford It

    Free Dental Care For Adults Who Can't Afford It

    While many of us take dental care for granted those without insurance face a tough time getting treatment.More >>
    While many of us take dental care for granted those without insurance face a tough time getting treatment.
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  • La Crosse Center weighing benefits of expanding

    La Crosse Center weighing benefits of expanding

    The La Crosse Center faces challenges if it is to compete with other cities for conventions, concerts and trade shows.More >>
    The La Crosse Center faces challenges if it is to compete with other cities for conventions, concerts and trade shows.
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  • Area church cleans up Chad Erickson Memorial Park

    Area church cleans up Chad Erickson Memorial Park

    La Crosse, Wisconsin (WXOW ) ---- An area church takes part in a nationwide community project designed to give back to your neighbors.Good Shepherd Lutheran Church says they chose to clean up the Chad Erickson Park in La Crosse because they have a passion for the outdoors and a connection to the Erickson family. Parishioner, Lori Lowell said they were there to do whatever needed to get done. "We're replacing wood chips, replacing trees, trimming weeds, serving refreshments...whatever needed...More >>
    La Crosse, Wisconsin (WXOW ) ---- An area church takes part in a nationwide community project designed to give back to your neighbors.Good Shepherd Lutheran Church says they chose to clean up the Chad Erickson Park in La Crosse because they have a passion for the outdoors and a connection to the Erickson family. Parishioner, Lori Lowell said they were there to do whatever needed to get done. "We're replacing wood chips, replacing trees, trimming weeds, serving refreshments...whatever needed...More >>
  • Cause of Winona fire still unknown

    Cause of Winona fire still unknown

    Melissa Ciupik photoMelissa Ciupik photo
    Winona, Minnesota (WXOW) --- We may learn next week the cause of the fire in downtown Winona yesterday that heavily damaged a historic building. The state fire marshal is still investigating the fire that destroyed the old YWCA building....and current home of a gymnastic training facility.the fire started and was contained in one of the two Kidsport buildings which houses the offices, pro shop and living quarters. It's also the only entrance to the main gym area. Firefighters say this fire is...More >>
    Winona, Minnesota (WXOW) --- We may learn next week the cause of the fire in downtown Winona yesterday that heavily damaged a historic building. The state fire marshal is still investigating the fire that destroyed the old YWCA building....and current home of a gymnastic training facility.the fire started and was contained in one of the two Kidsport buildings which houses the offices, pro shop and living quarters. It's also the only entrance to the main gym area. Firefighters say this fire is...More >>
  • Fire destroys Winona gymnastics center

    Fire destroys Winona gymnastics center

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    By 11:30 Thursday morning, more than 80 firefighters from four different departments were hard at work trying to stop a fire at a popular gym at 223 Center Street in Winona.More >>
    By 11:30 Thursday morning, more than 80 firefighters from four different departments were hard at work trying to stop a fire at a popular gym at 223 Center Street in Winona. More >>
  • Family gets new Habitat for Humanity Home

    Family gets new Habitat for Humanity Home

    Bare walls and "new" things a refreshing feeling to a family of seven anticipating the move into their new home.More >>
    Bare walls and "new" things a refreshing feeling to a family of seven anticipating the move into their new home.More >>
  • Jefferson Award Winner, Judy Gates

    Jefferson Award Winner, Judy Gates

    These hands have touched the lives of so many especially those at the end of their life. "They've gone through all the stages of death because a lot of them that we get are at the end stage. You know as a hospice volunteer to sit with them, you know they're at peace. They're at peace with life and they're at peace with death," said this month's Jefferson Award winner, Judy Gates.More >>
    These hands have touched the lives of so many especially those at the end of their life. "They've gone through all the stages of death because a lot of them that we get are at the end stage. You know as a hospice volunteer to sit with them, you know they're at peace. They're at peace with life and they're at peace with death," said this month's Jefferson Award winner, Judy Gates.More >>
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