Taste of Home Cooking School
South Hall at the La Crosse Center
November 4th, 2014
General Admission $16.90
Doors open at 4:45
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The event encourages the university community to showcase some of the outstanding work being done on campus with respect to diversity.
Events include bystander intervention, protecting freedom of speech while fighting racism, intolerant and discrimination, disability-related issues and working with veterans on campus.
The event is sponsored by the subdivision of Campus Climate & Diversity.
A 5 year old boy is recovering at a Madison area hospital after being hit by a car yesterday. Sparta Police were called out to Highway 16 West, near the Sparta city limits around 4:45pm.
It may have been the worst kept secret in town. Festival Foods is buying two Quillin's stores and plans to tear one of them down. The Quillin's and Skogen families are finally confirming what has been rumored for months. The Quillin's in the Village and Quillin's Shelby location are being purchased by the Skogens. The Village store will be torn down and replaced by a new Festival. The Shelby location will stay open until the new Festival is built, and then will be closed. The sale leaves La Crosse without a Quillin's. Quillin's stores remain on French Island and in La Crescent, Decorah, Waukon and Caledonia.
The first of two listening sessions today for new, animal-free plans for La Crosse's Myrick hixon Eco Park.
Meanwhile, the last remaining animals from the old zoo at the park are getting settled in at their new digs. Patience and Prudence, the pair of 23 year-old black bears who had called the old Myrick Park zoo, "home." Shipped out about a week and a half ago to the Crooked Hollow zoo in Manchester, Iowa.
Pam Sellner owns the private zoo. She says Patience and Prudence are doing well. A little cantankerous when they first arrived because they had to brought out of a hibernating slumber. But have gone back to sleep since then.
La Crosse gave the bears to the zoo. City park and rec boss, Steve Carlyon says it took months to find a home for them.
You can end your search for the La Crosse Winter Rec Fest medallion. It has been found. Today, the seventh clue was released in the medallion hunt. The medallion was found under the picnic table in the city hall courtyard. We expect to hear who found the medallion later today.