Chippewa Falls 13-year old Kaden Blaeser has opened eyes on local short tracks this summer, earning three Midwest Modified feature wins including last weekend at the Jim Town Showdown in Jim Falls.
'Vanderpump Rules' star Lala Kent admits she has to put her sobriety above everything else in her life, because if she relapses then all the good things she has will go away.
Final details regarding the foundation’s scholarships are still being ironed out, but one will be for a student wanting to attend the University of Wisconsin.
With tennis shoes tied tight and masks on, U.S. Sens. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin stepped onto a Stoddard farm F…
Sam and Lisa Seitles preparing Camp Tuscaloosa in Hammonton for opening next month
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Three years ago, a New York couple was enjoying a meal by the water at a South Florida restaurant when the man's wedding ring slipped off his finger, through the wooden floorboards, apparently lost forever.
Parents need to know that “The Hate U Give,” is based on Angie Thomas’ award-winning book about Starr Carter (Amandla Stenberg), a black teen who witnesses the fatal police shooting of a close friend. Like the acclaimed novel, the movie deals frankly and powerfully with race and racism. It also addresses the tension between the police and the communities they’re supposed to serve and protect and the differences between teens growing up in predominantly African American neighborhoods and those from affluent white neighborhoods. Moments of violence are realistic and often upsetting: A cop shoots an unarmed teen (some blood is shown), gunshots break out at a party, characters brandish and fire guns and get into tense confrontation with the police, tear gas is deployed during a peaceful protest, two classmates push each other, a stepfather beats his stepson, a store is set on fire with people inside, and more. Language isn’t constant but includes one “f -- k,” a few uses of “s -- t,” etc. Teens talk about sex, but no more than kissing is shown; there’s also a little bit of drinking by both teens and adults, and characters discuss drug dealing. Families who watch will have plenty of big issues to discuss afterward; hopefully teens will also appreciate the movie’s messages about standing up for what you believe in, being proud of who you are, and communicating honestly with your parents and friends.
Mary Carol Garrity once designed a room for 3-year-old Georgia. Now that the girl is a teen, Garrity checks in again.
It took five remodeling stages over 9 years to gorgeously update and unite this 1965 rambler.
Mary Carol Garrity once designed a room for 5-year-old Annabelle. Now that the girl is a teen, Garrity checks in again.
Mary Carol Garrity once designed Ellie's nursery. Now that the girl has become a young woman, Garrity checks in again.
Onalaska High School will celebrate difference and diversity in “Shrek the Musical” July 14-15.