Two Plans To Fight Hunger Competing for $100K Prize
With 100-thousand dollars at stake, a couple dozen community groups in the La Crosse area have started working on plans to halt hunger in the region.
Two proposals have been entered in the 'Food For All' competition, sponsored by the Franke Foundation. Franke director Mel Hoffman is pleased that the ideas submitted do not call for creating any new organizations to deal with hunger. The project's goal is to find ways of supplying food to local people who can't get it now. The 100-thousand dollar prize for the best idea will be awarded next March.
City Hall Now A Drive Through
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (AP) Eau Claire police say the driver who crashed into City Hall was under the influence of drugs.
Onalaksa Road Design Almost Complete
Onalaska City Engineer Jarrod Holter knows that Highway 16 will be shut down
Winter, Spring Summer or Fall??
MILWAUKEE (AP) A mix of rain, sleet and snow in Wisconsin is making travel difficult and has knocked out power to thousands.
Council Approves Making Room Tax Diversion Part of Budget Talks
There might be room tax money for Oktoberfest to use next year to offset