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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ONALASKA, Wisconsin (WXOW) – Lenny Schleh is a retired social worker who has been volunteering for a lifetime. Lenny had a stroke last year. It’s

Loren Krueger talks to a child

Jefferson Award Winner: Loren Krueger

ONALASKA, Wisconsin (WXOW)  Whether it’s children who need help spelling or older adults who need advice about a health care power of attorney, Loren Krueger

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Jefferson Award Winner: Kelli Mades

La Crosse, Wisconsin (WXOW)  —– Kelli Mades says “Never feel sorry for yourself. Always look beyond it.” Could you if you were Jefferson Award winner Kelli

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Jefferson Award Winner: Nancy Herbers

La Crosse, WI  (WXOW)  —– It all started with Nancy Herbers love of reading and an observation she made as she wheeled her grandson and dog,

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Jefferson Award Winner Kari Tikal

La Crosse, Wisconsin (WXOW) —— This month’s Jefferson Award Winner is Kari Tikal. Her story is anything but glamorous. Many years ago, she was down

Evelyn Cole talking during an interview with WXOW

Jefferson Award Winner: Evelyn Cole

HOUSTON, Minnesota  (WXOW)  —- Evelyn Cole does a lot of driving.  “She takes kids to the library to make sure they have access to that.

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