January Jefferson Award Winner: Randi Strangstalien

When you're faced with significant challenges of your own, are you still willing to help others?

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Jefferson Award Winner: Randy Thomson

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW)  He’s taught martial arts for 25 years.  But, Randy Thomson’s mission goes beyond teaching self defense. Randy Thomson wants to give

John Staut standing in front of some flowers

Onalaskan John Staut wins Jefferson Award

ONALASKA, Wis. (WXOW) — John Staut is the driving force behind “Centering Onalaska,” a non-profit that specializes in “building community pride”. According to the woman

Luann Hjelle answering a student's question

Jefferson Award Winner: LuAnn Hjelle

ONALASKA, Wisconsin (WXOW)  She spent a career teaching children.  When she retired, the transition was a challenge.  So LuAnn Hjelle decided to return to the

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Jefferson Award Winner: Larry Pohja

ONALASKA, Wisconsin (WXOW)  If you stop by the Onalaska Public Library, chances are you’ll see the work of Larry Pohja. Larry is a long time

Sylvia Groleau talks about her volunteering

Jefferson Award Winner: Sylvia Groleau

HOLMEN, Wisconsin (WXOW)  A smile from others is her reward.  That’s what Sylvia Groleau says about volunteering. Sylvia doesn’t take much credit for the contributions

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Snow ends tonight, sunshine tomorrow, but more snow this week

Snow ends tonight, sunshine tomorrow, but more snow this week

A couple days of sunshine once the snow ends, then more comes Wednesday.

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