Regis High School students decided to make the streets around their school a little spookier Thursday afternoon by surprising their neighbors with decorated pumpkins.
Feed My People Food Bank will be able to continue its mission thanks in part to the generosity of the community.
“It’s definitely a big deal, helping somebody out and getting them housing so that somebody isn’t going to be freezing in the dead of winter,” said Senior Mason Svee.
Take a stroll down Golf Road and you’ll see a homeowner has decided to skip a couple of holidays.
Hundreds of kids were dressed in their Halloween best at the Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds.
The Blue Ox Music Festival got a nice boost from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism on Wednesday.
The “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin” is a gun made right in our neck of the woods.
One Stanley-Boyd High School teacher is transforming the back of her classroom into a care closet for any student in need; but she cannot do it alone.
For some, it takes a bit of help to get out and enjoy the Wisconsin pastime. That’s why Hi-Crush decided to lend a hand.
HSHS Sacred Heart’s annual Hope Gala raised money Saturday evening to bring mammograms to rural communities.
“This isn’t just serving as a venue space for events that’s one part of it but it will also be a hub for non-profit activity,” said Joe Luginbill the CEO of the State Theatre and Community Center.
Wisconsin realtors are stepping up to help people devastated by last month’s tornado.
A Chippewa Valley non-profit is helping those impacted by last month’s tornado.