“The more you do, the more you are,” is one of the mantras that Paul Gulsvig liked to recite daily to the thousands of Onalaska High School choral students during his 28 years as a director.
For more than 20 years the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra has played on percussion instruments provided free of charge by the Onalaska School District.
First Free Church of Onalaska held its formal groundbreaking ceremony last week in anticipation of its almost $3-million, 1,170-seat worship center.
Lyle Ostrander has a long history of creating carvings of subjects from nature out of wood. He will showcase his talent and creations at the September Holmen Area Historical Society meeting.
The identity of those responsible for the flower beds at the intersection of Holmen Drive and Main Street and entrance to the John W. Chapman Holmen Area Aquatic Center might be one of the best kept secrets in Holmen.
West Salem artist Stephanie Sharp and Beth Foor of Ohana Yoga hope to imbue others with a fusion of art and yoga during a two-day retreat set for Sept. 15 at the Franciscan Spirituality Center in La Crosse.
Fresh roasted sweet corn drew crowds to the 54th annual Kornfest Aug. 18 – 20. Among the other enticing treats were corndogs, barbecued chicken, brats, batterfried cheese curds and pie and ice cream.
Seven young women will compete for the Miss Onalaska title, and seven teenagers will compete to be named Miss Onalaska Outstanding Teen. The pageant begins at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, at the Weber Center for the Performing Arts, 428 Front St. S., in downtown La Crosse.
Chad Gilbeck’s hay bale graffiti art makes driving along Hwy. P near Coon Valley a destination for travelers and gives residents something to talk about.
ONALASKA — Bethany Ann (Higdon) Aspenson, 66, of Onalaska passed away Monday, June 26, 2017, at home surrounded by her loving husband, Dennis and her family. Together they fought a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s.