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Youth Initiative High School students in Viroqua held a walk-out on March 14th to raise awareness on gun violence in the United States. YIHS student Ingrid Wendland gave a speech after naming each of the 17 students who died in the Parkland, Florida shooting earlier this year:
Dan Peak speaks with Larry Fanta, Irving Leif and Karen Mischel, candidates for mayor of Viroqua. A primary election will take place on Tuesday, February 20th.
Jane & Kevin welcome Doc & Terry Roddy, ‘The Roddys,’ for a raucous hour of music and conversation.
A talk with John Ikerd, Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Economics at the University of Missouri. Ikerd discusses “Defending Rural Communities against Economic Colonization.”
This talk was presented at the Industrial Agriculture in the Driftless Area on January 20th in Boscobel, WI.