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More than 200 volunteers from Great Rivers United Way’s Pacesetter Companies did everything from bowling to weeding zucchini patches Wednesday to build momentum for the annual fall fundraising campaign.
La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat has removed council member Jacqueline Marcou from the city’s Human Rights Commission, instead appointing council member Justice Weaver.
I’ve got to hand it to the co-chairs of the annual fundraiser for Great Rivers United Way for pulling out all the stops in their quest to beat a goal that has yet to be set.
Races for open legislative seats in western Wisconsin have attracted hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions.
Dragon breaths are predicted to be on duty Saturday, belching flames to dry the sky after two days of rain for smooth paddling during the sixth annual Big Blue Dragon Boat Festival on the Black River off of Copeland Park…
Crop conditions in Wisconsin were a mixed bag last week, with some reports saying crops were stressed by dry weather and other reports saying crops were doing very good.
Anglers who fish the Mississippi River between Prescott, Wis., and the Iowa border can take an online questionnaire about what they think about existing bag and size limits on that stretch of the river and their reactions to potential regulation…
Julee and Ben Agar are willing to share the secret to making falafel from scratch for the annual Mediterranean Festival at St. Elias Antiochian Orthodox Church in La Crosse.
Access to affordable rental housing was one of several issues raised Tuesday at a fair housing meeting hosted by the city of La Crosse.
A Brice Prairie man charged with vehicular homicide in his girlfriend’s 2016 death was killed Saturday in an all-terrain vehicle crash in northern Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is asking judges to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the agency’s authority to overrule another judge’s findings regarding a controversial Monroe County frac sand processing facility.
Local recycling processors are beginning to feel the pinch from China’s restrictions on scrap imports, and bales of paper are piling up.
Police are expected to be done with the scene this week but still have much work to do before wrapping up their investigation
The city of La Crosse will repair of a pair of bridges this fall after the city’s Board of Public Works Monday approved a request to seek for bids for work on the Justin Road Bridge and Gillette Street Bridge…
Trying to address an issue — any issue — in a nonpartisan way, as LeaderEthics-Wisconsin strives to do, may seem foolhardy in today’s charged political atmosphere, Sam Scinta acknowledges, but it’s the right thing to do.
Last week’s heat and humidity was stressful for outdoor workers and hard on livestock, but the unusually warm summer has been good to the corn.
STODDARD -- A fire destroyed a house Friday night in Stoddard after power lines landed on its roof, according to the Stoddard-Bergen Fire Department.
In 1856, La Crosse became a city, populated by just 745 people. Two years later, it held its first official fair — an annual tradition that has continued for 160 years and now draws up to 15,000 people a day.