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WXOW
3705 CTH 25
La Crescent, Minnesota 55947
Main Switchboard: 507-895-9969
Fax: 507-895-8124

WXOW News
3705 CTH 25
La Crescent, Minnesota 55947
Newsroom: 507-895-1919 or 800-947-9969
Fax: 507-895-6196
aedesk@wxow.com

24-Hour Weather Line: 507-895-1900

General Manager
David Booth

Administrative/HR Manager
Theresa Wopat

News Director
Sean Dwyer

Internet Director
Kevin Millard

General Sales Manager
Brian Schumacher

Chief Engineer
Dan Rasmussen

Commercial Production Manager
Mitch Moths

Marketing & Promotions Manager
Nick Bjerke

Programming Manager
Deb Simonis

Master Control Supervisor
Todd Rastall

WXOW is a subsidiary of family-owned Quincy Media, Inc. 

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STORMTRACKER 19 WEATHER

La Crosse
57°
Winona
Decorah
61°
Whitehall
42°
Prairie Du Chien
Tomah
Rochester
57°
Autumn arrived at 2:50 AM this morning…

Autumn arrived at 2:50 AM this morning…

A cold front will approach the area Tuesday afternoon bumping up the warmth and humidity

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