Saturday, August 31 is the last day we will be airing Little House on the Prairie.
Unfortunately, the company that syndicates Little House is not making it available to broadcast television stations starting this fall. We would like nothing more than to continue our tradition of bringing these great episodes to you. We share your feelings, and are sorry to see it end.
We hope you enjoy the 4 hour marathon we were able to put together this Saturday. It runs from 2:30-6:30 p.m. Saturday.
Here's a list of the episodes:
Sweet Sixteen: Season 6, Episode 22:
On Eliza Jane's recommendation, Laura gets her first teaching job out of town. Almanzo offers to drive her to and from the school, and their relationship continues to blossom. But a hitch is thrown into the whole thing when he sees one of Laura's students touching her in a seemingly romantic fashion, causing a misunderstanding that could jeopardize their relationship.
Hello and Goodbye: Season 9, Episode 22:
The father of Matthew Rogers, the mute boy Mr. Edwards has been caring for, arrives to reclaim his son. A heartbroken Edwards moves in to Laura's new boarding house, where newlyweds Willie and Rachel Oleson, and eccentric Englishman Sherwood Montague has also taken up residence.
May I Have This Dance: Season 9, Episode 21:
When Willie announces his plans to marry sweatheart Rachel Brown and manage the hotel-restaurant bearing his sister's name, Mrs. Oleson tries to interfere. But Willie impresses his wife-to-be and his father, when he stands his ground to his meddlesome mother once and for all.
A Child With No Name: Season 9, Episode 18:
Laura and Almanzo welcome their second child, a baby boy. They are undecided as far as names go, but Doc Baker examines the child to make sure he's in the best of health. But one fateful morning, the Wilders awaken to find their new baby deceased. Right away, a dumbfounded Laura places blame squarely on Doc Baker, whose business starts to wane and he considers leaving Walnut Grove. But, when Rose suddenly comes down with small pox, the good doctor is their only hope.
For 11 seasons, Blaise Winter played defensive end in the NFL. Three of those years were with the green and gold. Now, the man who overcame numerous health issues is being honored for his work.
A 68-year-old man is dead after a multi-vehicle crash in Neenah.
A Fond du Lac standoff involving shots fired at some area police officers is over.
A Grand Chute firefighter has died in a car crash.
Oral arguments will be held in March in a college baseball coach's lawsuit against his former employer.
Elementary school students in Wisconsin would have at least half an hour of daily physical education under a bill backed by Republican Rep. Chad Weininger, of Green Bay.