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High school football: Arcadia takes the brunt of 2019 realignment plan  La Crosse Tribune

Plans such as conference realignment in high school sports can rarely — if ever — keep everyone happy.

Arcadia offense runs wild in victory over Washington  Delmarva Daily Times

The Arcadia High School football team defeated Washington High School Monday night, 58-19.

New library in Arcadia faces crux  Winona Post

by CHRIS ROGERS This month is a make or break moment for Arcadia's proposed new public library. After a referendum to build a new community center and ...

Kohl Foundation announces 2019 award recipients - WKBT

The 2019 Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship, Initiative Scholarship, Fellowship and Leadership Award recipients are announced.

UW-La Crosse track: Arcadia grad Jim Hoesley finds team he needed  La Crosse Tribune

A track and field scholarship was what Jim Hoesley wanted after a successful career in multiple sports at Arcadia High School.

Child charged in Wicomico Middle School bomb threat  Delmarva Daily Times

A 12-year-old girl faces criminal charges after the sheriff's office said she called in a bomb threat at Wicomico Middle School on March 7.

High school football is back: Week 1 predictions  Delmarva Daily Times

See who Delmarva Now sports reporter Ricky Pollitt predicts will win in the first week of high school football on the Shore.

Extra Effort: Arcadia High School winner is a force of kindness  La Crosse Tribune

For Brenda Mateo, it's a matter of movement. “I keep going,” said the 17-year-old Arcadia High School senior. “No matter what you go through, you have to keep ...

Despite national tensions, Arcadia embraces diversity  La Crosse Tribune

ARCADIA — Growth has been good for the city. Chuck Timm has owned Up Chucks bar on Main Street in Arcadia for nearly 15 years and has seen companies ...

Vocal groups using song to support classmate's cancer battle

Galesville, WI (WXOW) – A cappella groups from around the region take center stage once again to raise their voices at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau's annual ...

After-school program helps ESL students master English  WEAU

More than half of Arcadia's elementary school students are learning English as a second language.

Trempealeau County supervisor Jon Schultz joins race to fill Vinehout seat  The Courier Life News

A third Democrat has joined the race to replace state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout in the 31st Senate District.

'Dreamers' from Trump country navigate a college minefield  Washington Examiner

ARCADIA, Wis. — Ramon Romero doesn't remember much about the first few years of his life, other than the carefree days he spent climbing mango trees ...

Wilmer Guenther | Obituaries  Leader-Telegram

Wilmer Edwin Guenther, 77, of Strum, died Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at his home following a brief but aggressive battle with cancer.

American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood and platelet donations  WEAU

The extreme weather and recent government shutdown have caused a shortage of blood across the nation.

WIAA softball: Arcadia squeezes its way into state championship game  Winona Daily News

MADISON — Alli Petz was confident and Hillary Filla nervous as the play of the season awaited their contribution.

Track and field: Arcadia's Abbey Zastrow on verge of cementing her legacy with state record  La Crosse Tribune

ARCADIA — A coach once tried to tell Abbey Zastrow that the goals she set for herself in her favorite event — the 400-meter dash — were out of reach.

WIAA state track and field notes: Arcadia's Ramon Romero grabs a medal in 800  Winona Daily News

LA CROSSE, Wis. — Ramon Romero used to think of himself as a distance runner. A miler. Two-miler. Those are the comfortable distances for a cross country ...

From Tribune files: 2018-19 Extra Effort Award winners | Education  The Courier Life News

The La Crosse Tribune Extra Effort Awards honor seniors in our area who have been chosen by their high schools for their perseverance and dedication to ...

After 4 decades, Arcadia shoe store survives through quality, service  La Crosse Tribune

ARCADIA — It's been more than 40 years since Glen Bawek moved from Stacyville, Iowa, to buy and operate an Arcadia shoe store.

Rebecca 'Becky' Lynn Schlesser  Winona Daily News

ARCADIA — Rebecca “Becky” Lynn Schlesser, 38, of Arcadia passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at Gundersen-Lutheran Medical Center in La Crosse.

Arcadia volleyball team just keeps winning  Winona Daily News

The players and their coach rallied around a belief that the Arcadia High School volleyball team would have a tough time following up recent success this ...

ASSIGNMENT 13: Learning Through Language Barriers  WEAU

Imagine moving to America from another country. You're new at school, and don't know the language everyone is speaking. That situation is becoming more ...

Mixed martial arts: Arcadia's Felipe Martinez to fight for title on Saturday  La Crosse Tribune

There's an energy present when Felipe Martinez enters the arena.

Kohl Foundation awards: 191 students, 100 teachers, 16 principals awarded scholarships  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE -- Thousands of dollars in scholarships was granted to students, teachers and administrators who have gone above and beyond. The first of the ...

La Crosse Central senior Maria Martell awarded $25,000 Hansen Foundation scholarship  The Courier Life News

It was a moment that left Maria Martell in shock, and her friends sobbing.

Chris Kroeze dedicates 'Let It Be' cover to Jayme Closs on The Voice  WEAU

He tells Shelton about the hardship Barron County has been facing with the disappearance of 13-year-old Jayme Closs.

La Crosse Loggers: Bullpen falters, but team doesn't lose ground in North Division race  La Crosse Tribune

The La Crosse Loggers let a comfortable lead slip away and lost 8-6 to the St. Cloud Rox on Monday at Copeland Park.

Wisconsin boasts 15 Presidential Scholar semi-finalists

The list includes two students from the Madison area.

Around Town Briefs 4/29/18 | Local Briefs  Leader-Telegram

GOOD CITIZENS: Twenty-one high school students in northwestern Wisconsin were recently named Good Citizens by the Eau Claire Chapter of the Daughters ...

La Crosse Loggers' bullpen will be a key as season hits home stretch  La Crosse Tribune

Multiple changes in the La Crosse Loggers bullpen have given the team some unexpected speed bumps during the stretch run of the season.

High school sports roundup: Mason Kalander wins Holmen's cross country invitational  La Crosse Tribune

The Arcadia High School boys and Holmen girls cross country teams ran to championships Thursday in the Holmen Invitational.

Bryant Foundation offers scholarships | |  La Crosse Tribune

The Edwin E. and Janet L. Bryant Foundation, Inc. is sponsoring $500000 in scholarship awards in amounts of up to $12000 each.

PBJ Cribs: See inside the Paradise Valley home of Scott Henderson and Donna Kent (Video)  Phoenix Business Journal

When engaged couple Scott Henderson and Donna Kent decided to move in together, they wanted a home they could blend their families together to make ...

Obituary: Debbie Haines  La Crosse Tribune

LAKE MILLS, Wis./ARCADIA — Debbie Haines, 58, of Lake Mills, formerly of Arcadia died April 19, 2016, at her home.

Phyllis Ann Schank Lettner  La Crosse Tribune

TREMPEALEAU — Phyllis Ann Schank Lettner, 83, of Trempealeau passed away Friday, Aug. 14, 2015, at Callista Court in Winona.

High school softball: Kashes Franz pitches Cochrane-Fountain City past Onalaska Luther  La Crosse Tribune

FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. — There is no tomorrow for Kashes Franz when it comes to her high school softball career.

Viroqua's Jillian Weston, Sam Saner among the Coulee Conference Scholar-Athletes  La Crosse Tribune

The Coulee Conference recognized its 14 WIAA Scholar-Athlete nominees during the annual Coulee Conference Scholar-Athlete Banquet Tuesday, March 19, ...

2018 Herb Kohl Foundation announces scholarship, award recipients - WKBT

The recipients for the 2018 Herb Kohl Foundation awards for students, teachers, and principals are announced.

Carvana (finally) launching in Phoenix. Here's why it took so long  Phoenix Business Journal

Tempe-based online used car retailer Carvana Co. is finally launching its free, as-soon-as next-day delivery *service* today in the Phoenix metro area.

Katie Elizabeth Johnson  Winona Daily News

INDEPENDENCE, Wis. — Katie Elizabeth Johnson passed away May 28, 2015.

Osseo-Fairchild's new a cappella group to hold ICHSA quarterfinals  Leader-Telegram

With a school population of about 246 students, Osseo-Fairchild High School is small by many standards, but the school's choir teacher doesn't think that should ...

Track and field: UW-La Crosse prepares for Division III nationals, WIAA state  La Crosse Tribune

The spring semester may have concluded this week at UW-La Crosse, but the corridors of Mitchell Hall will continue to buzz throughout May and early June as ...

La Crosse Tribune Extra Effort Awards honor 23 exceptional students  La Crosse Tribune

Twenty-three high school seniors — each a profile in courage — were honored Wednesday evening during the 21st annual La Crosse Tribune Extra Effort ...

Recap: 2016 State High School Track and Field Meet  The Courier Life News

Here's a look back —in words and photos — at the two-day WIAA State High School Track Meet at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

A life remembered: There's no forgetting Lou Erickson's career in baseball  La Crosse Tribune

Louise E. Sauer was in a baseball league of her own, reaching all-star status as a professional pitcher before the actors in “A League of Their Own” were even ...

Accomack celebrates park opening  Delmarva Daily Times

Sawmill Park, a new park in Accomack County, was dedicated Saturday.

Kokott, Daniel

MADISON - Daniel Kokott was born on Aug. 13, 1931, to Rose (Waldera) and Michael Kokott of Arcadia.

Check Out This List Of 140 Of The Nation's Best Girls Fifth Runners  MileSplit

The fifth runners are found using our XC teams scores. Once we found the teams' fifth runners, we then ranked them based on time. As everyone knows it takes ...

Arizona Car Week revs up with Barrett-Jackson, Russo and Steele and other collector car auctions  AZCentral

Arizona Car Week kicks off this weekend with Barrett-Jackson, Bonhams, Gooding & Company, RM Sotheby's, Russo and Steele, Silver Auctions and ...

College football: UW-La Crosse Eagles recruits beef up roster  La Crosse Tribune

Mike Schmidt and the UW-La Crosse football coaching staff thought big when recruiting the next crop of Eagles players.

Dorms in college and beyond  Los Angeles Times

Many high school students will be visiting colleges over spring break this year. If you're going, check out the dorms. Those rooms with just enough space for a ...

Holmen's Holden pulls off tight turnaround  La Crosse Tribune

HOLMEN — Seth Holden stood in front of the starting blocks shifting his weight back and forth from his left foot to his right.

Menomonie native Mike Schmidt to pull double duty at UW-La Crosse  Chippewa Herald

As much as coach Mike Schmidt has changed the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse football program in his first six months on the job, one thing will remain the ...

Nation's Top 500 Girls 5K Times: Brie Oakley Has Held US #1 Time For 10 Weeks Now!

Check out the top 500 girls 5K cross country times in the nation as of November 21st. NXN Southwest champ and Colorado state champ Brie Oakley leads the ...

Former Sen. Joe Lieberman: John McCain devoted himself to America  AZCentral

Former Sen. Joseph Lieberman, a friend and colleague, characterized Sen. John McCain as curious and tolerant, honest, and fair during his eulogy for McCain.

Rose Parade 2017 – Performers & Floats List! | 2017 Rose Parade  Just Jared

Rose Parade 2017 – Performers & Floats List! The 128 Rose Parade is currently happening right now and we have the full list of floats and performers set to be ...

Latin Vibe to spice up Holmen bandshell  The Courier Life News

Come Sunday evening, Halfway Creek Park is going to sound more like Honduras than Holmen, thanks to Latin Vibe, a local band that specializes in jazzy, ...

Best things to do with kids this weekend: Earth Day, cowboy shootout and family bike rides  AZCentral

April 20 through April 22, families in Arizona should visit the Earth Day event, the fake Cave Creek cowboy shootout and the Glendale bike ride event.

US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Girls 400m Dash  MileSplit

Check out the nation\'s top 500 outdoor girls returnees in the 400 meter dash.

US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Arria Minor Leads The Way In The 400m  MileSplit

See who the top 500 returning 400m runners in the country are.

Bloomer School District New Staff For 2013-14 | Front Page  Bloomer Advance

The Bloomer School District staff has some new faces for the 2013-14 school year. New support staff members include Jessica Deringer, food *service* director; ...

Phoenix's freezing temperatures delay a few flights out of Sky Harbor International Airport  AZCentral

Freeze warnings remained in effect for much of Arizona through 9 a.m. Thursday, and the temperature delayed some travelers.

Young or old, costume or no costume, you get a Halloween treat at my house  AZCentral

Kids, teenagers, elaborately costumed, even the barely costumed -- all are welcome on Halloween.

#ThankATeacher Trending Before National Teacher Day On May 6th  CBS Local

(CBS SF) — If you can write an essay, thank a teacher. If you learned a second language, thank a teacher. If you know how to spell “receive,” thank a teacher.

MileSplit's Top 100 National Girls XC Team Scores: FM Right Near Top As Always

Below can find the nation\'s top 100 girls cross country teams in the MileSplit database based on season best 5K performances in the MileSplit database as of ...

Arizona Then and Now: Technology in the classroom

Advances in technology in Phoenix-area classrooms is changing the way our kids are being educated.

Clearing the air on the Aliso Canyon gas leak  Los Angeles Times

More than a year has passed since the Aliso Canyon gas leak was first plugged on Feb. 11, 2016. Despite potentially serious long-term consequences for the ...

List of mud runs & obstacle races in New York (NY)  Mud Run Guide

A complete list, guide & directory to mud runs, mud races, obstacle races, and adventure runs taking place in New York (NY).

Is traditional trick-or-treating dead?

Some metro Phoenix residents say few trick-or-treaters showed up this year as Trunk or Treat events have grown. But it wasn't the case everywhere.

A vanishing paradise: The Maldives expected to be swallowed by the ocean in the future  Los Angeles Times

On the equator and deep in the vast Indian Ocean lies a captivating group of over 1190 coral islands – the Maldives. None of the islands have mountains or ...

Vital records for the week of June 3 | KP  Kokomo Perspective

The following are arrests made by the Kokomo Police Department. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. May 21. Deborah L. Viars ...

Weather extremes: Arizona's real hottest day ever

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Spend an hour, maybe less, on the curving, hilly streets here and you will know you have reached the hottest spot in Arizona. Not — with ...

Vital Records for the week of May 27th  Kokomo Perspective

The following are arrests made by the Kokomo Police Department. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. May 14. Chad R. Cox, 32, ...

Arizona Then & Now: Tumbleweed Christmas tree

Chandler's tumbleweed Christmas tree has been part of the city's holiday tradition since 1957.

Arizona Then & Now: Winter rains and floods

When we think of severe weather and flooding in the Phoenix area, we generally think of the summer months when dramatic storms associated with the ...

Arizona Then and Now: Thanksgiving traditions

The Phoenix area isn't exactly known for its Thanksgiving traditions, but we have a few.

Arizona Then & Now: Cactus League spring training

With pitchers and catchers set to report for Cactus League workouts this month, did you ever wonder how Arizona became a hub for baseball teams preparing ...

Arizona Then & Now: The Phoenix Open

From a slow start in 1932 to drawing the best players in the game, plus a glittering social and celeb scene. 636209550412719012-Phoenix-Open-Jan.

Arizona Then & Now: Salt River Tubing

Experience the Arizona of the past — and see what it looks like in the present.

Arizona Then & Now: Don Bolles murder

Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles was investigating corruption and organized crime when he was killed. His death prompted reporters from around the ...

Arizona Then & Now: Phoenix’s first luxury hotel

Built in 1896, Phoenix's original Hotel Adams, in this photograph from 1904, was the city's first luxury hotel.

Arizona Then & Now: St. Joseph's Hospital

A group called the Sisters of Mercy arrived in Phoenix to open a school. They soon found out the Valley's need to treat tuberculosis patients. Their fund raising ...

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