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I thought we were friends… Smith & Co Candles in Eau Claire launched Glazer scented candles and no one told me! Kwik Trip is one of my favorite corporate accounts to follow, they’re ridiculously hilarious, and somehow I didn’t see that they started pre-sale for Glazer Scented candles! You will get a coupon for a […]

The Beach Ring is a 12′ diameter ring so you can now enjoy the beach without getting too close to others and others too close to you! But not just the beach, you can use this at outdoor events, in the park, concerts and more once those start happening again. We visited California to watch […]

Holmen High School is remodeling and expanding right now and construction is sparking change. In a letter from the district, heavily shared on social media, they state that they plan to take down the wall “currently holding plaques and pictures in memory of students and staff who passed away” and give those plaques to the […]

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month is celebrated in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan. This year, one of the ways I’m celebrating Pride is to raise awareness for The Center: 7 Rivers LGBTQ Connection. The Center is a safe haven for people in our community, located in La […]

EmbedTek, in the Milwaukee suburb of Waukesha, has developed a peer-to-peer social distancing and contact tracking device. The device, called PariRange™, can be used by businesses to support the health and safety of its workforce without the concern for breach of privacy. They’re small, wearable devices that don’t use WiFi or GPS so they don’t […]

It’s a big day today, National Doughnut Day! The first Friday in June is always NDD, and this year we were lucky it fell one day after June 4th’s Cheese Day. Both of these are in line with our quarantine diets but there’s some fun crafts you make to celebrate as well! Check out these […]

Stephanie Munson, from Hillsboro, was recently diagnosed with stage 4 Sarcoma, at only 26 years old. Sadly, on June 18th, she lost her fight. The funds from her GoFundMe page will be used for final expenses. Thanks to all who donated. You can still contribute HERE if you’re able. Our hearts go out to Stephanie’s […]

June is National Dairy Month and today is National Cheese Day! We talked with Mid-West Family La Crosse’s Farm Director and former Alice in Dairyland, Kaitlyn Riley, about cheese and why it’s so awesome. Listen to us drool about cheese, and her experience with bootlegged cheese! June Dairy Breakfasts are historically big events for Wisconsin […]

Today is Blackout Tuesday, a planned collective action by elements of the music industry to protest racism and police violence. #TheShowMustBePaused is an initiative created by two black women in music, Jamila Thomas & Brianna Agyemang, in observance of the long-standing racism and inequality that exists from the boardroom to the boulevard. You can read […]

Th La Crosse School District has been serving meals to families in our community throughout the pandemic. Their team been making it work smoothly throughout the changes and they’re continuing over the summer! We checked in with Kinsey Gibbs, the Assistant Nutrition Manager at Northwoods Elementary, about the great work they’re doing: The La Crosse […]


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