A 90 year old Trempealeau woman says we can all make a difference by making time for each other.
This month’s Jefferson Award winner is a retired teacher. But, he’s still teaching.
A local Jefferson Awards winner is honored at the National Jefferson Awards ceremony in Washington D.C.
Therese Roellich-Bernadot is leading the charge to promote mental health.
Curtis Turnroth is a self described ‘dog nut’. And his daughter agrees.
Once a year, WXOW and Altra Federal Credit Union gather to honor our Jefferson Award winners from the past year.
She is a “tireless advocate” for people who have physical challenges.
Doctor Virginia Wintersteen is an orthopedist at Gundersen Health System. Beyond that work, she has volunteered for years to provide opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Opportunities that did not always exist.
He wasn’t ready to stop teaching.
When you’re faced with significant challenges of your own, are you still willing to help others?
Age shouldn’t be a factor when it comes to volunteering, says an 81 year old Millston man.
La Crescent, MN (WXOW) October’s Jefferson Awards winners turned a tragedy into a cause to help others. Monica and Steve Holman of La Crescent lost
A La Crosse woman says providing son with quality of life is at the heart of her mission.