Sometimes, you have to go back.
The Viroqua High School volleyball team is heading into the season with a group of athletic girls.
The Viroqua boys and girls cross country teams are looking forward to a season of fun, growth and improvement.
The Viroqua High School girls tennis team has strong senior leadership this season.
The Viroqua High School football team welcomes a new coach this season — Taylor Henry
The Westby/Viroqua cooperative girls golf team includes nine golfers this season.
Westby High School’s volleyball team is heading into the season with 13 seniors.
This season the Westby High School cross-country program includes youthful exuberance on the boys side and senior experience on the girls side.
The Westby High School football team is looking to get back to the playoffs this season.
De Soto High School’s volleyball team may have smaller numbers this season, but that won’t stop them from being competitive.
This year’s cross-country team at De Soto High school has the theme “Changing The Culture.”
The De Soto Pirates have moved to 8-man football this year.
We all understand that big bass tournaments equate to big bucks for the communities that host them, far-reaching exposure in today’s social-media dependent society and high-energy entertainment at the weigh-ins.
The sixth annual Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarships for Females in Fisheries have been awarded to Noel Schmitz, of Cashton, Wisconsin, who is studying at The Ohio State University, and Iowa State University student Madeline Lewis of Poughkeepsie, New York.
Whether he’s patrolling the Mississippi River’s main channel, idling through the lily-pad laden backwater sloughs of Lake Onalaska or climbing the steep, heavily forested bluffs lining an area coulee, Dale Hochhausen’s always toting one very important thing — his ability to communicate, to e…
Brothers Jim and Tim Lodermeier were looking for a joint business venture that would keep them within hands-reach of their passion — fishing and hunting — as well as keep them outside. They considered a bait and tackle shop, even a sports shop, but nothing caught their interest.
About a year ago, a man named Jeremiah Burish paddled into your reading space and talked about his exploits as a tournament bass angler, the kayak version, and the challenge – and thrill — it brings.
His fishing float isn’t the biggest, the most expensive, nor does it offer anything along the lines of hot food for sale, but William “Bill” Meyer has something equivalent to the big-boy floats at Dresbach and Genoa.
For the past decade, or more, something’s been particularly fishy in La Crosse area. And that’s a good thing if you are an angler, or happen to be one of those folks whose job it is to pump the green stuff into the local economy.
This area of western Wisconsin, one we often refer to as God’s Country, could have another moniker attached to it when it comes to wild turkeys — for them and for us.
Granted, our weather over the past several weeks has not been conducive to many outdoor activities, including fishing.
As you stumble around in your garage, vowing this is the year that you finally throw some of the “stuff” away, you wonder how long it would take to get your fishing boat out.
The numbers put up by Westby High School softball pitcher Jayda Berg in 2021 are scary enough at face value.
He doesn’t proclaim to be bilingual, but this guy can sure talk turkey with the best of them — humans and fowl alike.
There was a time when Jens Brabbit’s life was all about, well, time.