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SAM ROETERING:  USE ENERGY FROM REC CENTER WORKOUTS              

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse “strives to diminish its environmental footprint as much as possible,” according to the school's website.

https://lacrossetribune.com/opinion/letters/sam-roetering-use-energy-from-rec-center-workouts/article_92ccebe2-aaea-5d27-8fae-cb61cb2856b3.html

ASHLEY NOWAK:  THE ARTS CAN SUSTAIN A COMMUNITY ALL YEAR    

You hear the strum of the guitar, the thump of the drum, the hum of the violins.

https://lacrossetribune.com/opinion/columnists/ashley-nowak-the-arts-can-sustain-a-community-all-year/article_2145369d-17b5-5e68-a9ad-a1cf641bc008.html

MIKE FIELD:  DEFENDING WISCONSIN'S WINTER                                               

Snow-filled driveways and icy roads make it easier to forget the joy that winter brings to our youth.

 https://lacrossetribune.com/opinion/columnists/mike-field-defending-wisconsin-s-winter/article_2a9537f1-959c-5933-8576-bedda536d49d.html?fbclid=IwAR3s3nBA3oGPHlXtOZckQYOLoe0cwHEZN8gsUG2MKqoXPtUQsmR411z3Css

RACHEL KROMREY:  PROJECT WILL HELP LAKE ONALASKA ANGLERS RECYCLE FISHING LINE
A dead song bird entangled in fishing line prompted University of Wisconsin-La Crosse senior Rachel Kromrey to take action to rid the environment of the recyclable nylon string.
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http://lacrossetribune.com/couleecourier/news/project-will-help-lake-onalaska-anglers-recycle-fishing-line/article_535979e7-2ec4-50c1-94aa-4717f567d7d6.html