UW-La Crosse student vanguards helped spread the message of unity to future students Wednesday
Students at Lawrence-Lawson Elementary School in Sparta wore plenty of orange for 'Unity Day' Wednesday.
The seventh-grade West Salem football team ended its season Monday night, but the final game was one that no one on the field, or in the stands, will ever…
The Tomah Rotary is hosting the fourth annual "Wine into Water" event later this week.
Local high school students are teaming up to make a difference half way around the world.
The city of La Crosse is doing its part to spread compassion in our area. Mayor Tim Kabat is declaring October 'Bullying Prevention Awareness Month.'
Two young girls from West Salem just thought they were doing what's right when they donated their Christmas money to the families of two fallen police officers…
Gundersen Health System held a multi-media Compassion Project performance Tuesday.
Courtesy: Ashley Rector
A three-year-old learned how to "pay it forward" and spread compassion Thursday at Festival Foods in Onalaska.
Aubrey Fromm’s artwork was chosen as the grand prize winner at the 2015 Youth Art Month State Capitol Show's closing reception on Friday.
A message of compassion from a school shooting victim is challenging our community to be kinder.
La Crosse Public Education Foundation
A 150-page book that features thumbnail images of many of the canvas artwork panels created by students in the School District of La Crosse is now available.
We started our new Random Acts of Compassion segment on News 8 This Morning to highlight some of those people anonymously doing kind things for others.
Tara Schmitz, Cashton Middle School
During “Random Acts of Kindness” week, the 8th Grade Leadership Team at Cashton Middle School has been spreading joy and kindness throughout the school and…
When you work in the restaurant business, tips can be a big part of your income, but one business in Galesville is willing to put its tips aside for a weekend…
During the holiday season, there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to giving. But one La Crosse teenager has found her own way to give back this year.
Middle schoolers in the La Crosse School District are going on a day-long retreat at the La Crosse Center called, “Supersize Your Dreams Day – Creating…
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. As part of News 8’s continuing effort to try to reduce bullying and emphasize compassion in our community, we’ve…
Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep is a national organization at work right in our backyard. It is a program where professional photographers volunteer their time and…
More than 300 canvases from the La Crosse Compassion Project are now on display at Gundersen Health System’s Hospital lobby.
TheCompassionProject.me is a community resource website on bullying and how we can be a more compassionate community.
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