Stories tagged: "la crosse"

Michelle Powell's children, along with her nieces, were able to see the Navy vessel their great-grandfather helped bring back from Greece.
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Historic WWII Ship’s Wisconsin Stop Holds Special Meaning for La Crosse Family

Lt. Donald Molzahn Sr., was part of a group of veterans that brought the LST 325 back from Greece more than twenty years ago. This week his family watched the WWII Navy transport vessel dock in his hometown. Michelle Powell had tears in her eyes as she stood on the banks of the Mississippi River...

Visitors will be able to explore the ship’s interior, uncover its historical significance, and get a deeper understanding of what day-to-day life looked like for those who bravely served and lived aboard the LTS 325.
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A Historic WWII Ship is Docked in Wisconsin for Labor Day Weekend

The USS LST 325, used on D-Day to bring troops and equipment to storm the beach, is hosting tours in La Crosse this weekend. A one-of-a-kind ship that helped turn the tide for the Allies will be open for visitors one weekend only in Wisconsin. The USS LST 325 is permanently docked and open for...

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Here’s How Much a One-Bedroom Apartment Costs in 6 Wisconsin Cities

Rents are skyrocketing nationwide – and Badgers are paying the price. But could relief be on the way?

Dane County Farmers Market
Five Wisconsin Farmers’ Market Vendors You Need to Visit This Summer

These are five of our favorite vendors from the top markets around the state!

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17 Wisconsin Restaurants That Are Food Network Famous

When Guy Fieri rolls up in his 1968 red Camaro, you know the place is good!

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We Asked for Wisconsin’s ‘Hidden Gem’ Restaurants. Here’s What You Said.

Sure, you can "Yelp" all you want, but we all know the best recommendations come from locals. 

7 LGBTQ-Owned Businesses in Wisconsin to Support This Pride Month and Beyond

June is Pride Month and the perfect time to highlight some great LGBTQ-owned businesses across the state. Here are a few of our favorites across all industries–including places to stay, eat, and shop.