May is Mental Health Awareness Month so this episode of Kid’s Club is focused on mental health. We wanted to discuss biggest mental health challenges kiddos are experiencing right now, […]

This is the sweetest!! Daken Kramer is only in 5th grade but already focused on giving back to his community. Before he graduates from Thomas Ultican Elementary in Blue Springs, […]

The 2024 Children’s Business Fair is almost here! The public is invited to come support young entrepreneurs in our area by purchasing their goods and services at this free event!PURCHASE […]

DJ Mad Mardigan, whose real name is Nick Dircz, is not only the resident DJ for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx. He’s also a teen cancer survivor. Once a month, […]

The Global Day of Unplugging exists to answer the US Surgeon General’s call to end loneliness and eager to help you up your game with your tech habits. March 1-2 […]

Thousands of Badgerland Girl Scouts are preparing for the annual Girl Scout Cookie Program. The sale kicks off Saturday, March 2nd, and lasts only five weeks, til April 7th! Rachel […]

The Eras Tour embarked upon the land down under last weekend and two fans received quite the gift from Taylor Swift herself. Emily Hunt and Bonny Rebecca host the YouTube […]

You may remember that the state of Minnesota asked it’s residents to submit their design ideas for a new state flag. To the delight of the internet, there were a […]

Kate McKinnon is best known for Saturday Night Live and her role as “Weird Barbie” in The Barbie Movie. She can now add published author to her list of awesome accomplishments. […]

The Motherhood Collective, located on the north side, is dedicated to supporting women, mothers, and caregivers in the parenthood transition. Communities thrive when women are supported. They offer prenatal yoga, […]

February is American Heart Month, a time to gain awareness of heart disease and make adjustments to your current habits to focus on a more heart-healthy approach. You love beef […]

The philosophy of VARC Children’s Services is to nurture the whole child, provide respective services, and to support independence. They promote emotional literacy, daily living skills, and strive to provide […]

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, raising awareness for families who have lost a child to stillbirth, miscarriage, SIDS, or any other cause during pregnancy or infancy. The […]

A Walk to Remember is a free community event that honors babies who have passed away and raises awareness about perinatal death, open to parents, family members, and the general […]

As someone born in the 1980s, I survived my entire childhood riding in the back of my parent’s station wagon with no car seat or seat belt. Somehow, I’m still […]

Officer Jo has served for 23 years in the La Crosse Police Department. She is dedicated to community engagement and training. As a personal friend, we enjoy discussing how the […]

Every parent’s experience is unique and hearing about different experiences can be so helpful. This week, we’re joined by Shy Jackson, a mother of two, and co-founder of local non-profit […]

Choosing a daycare for your child is extremely important. When you hand over your child to a daycare provider, you trust them to take good care of your most valuable […]

There is a lot to consider when sending your child to Kindergarten. It can be overwhelming. That’s why we brought in the expert. Mrs. Kate Hooper from Northwoods International School, […]

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