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Local entities are looking for community input on revitalization for La Crosse's southside, with the first session being hosted Wednesday.
Registration is now open for a Viterbo University online certificate course in servant leadership to be held Sept. 13¬Nov. 1.
A historic ship used during World War II could make a stop in La Crosse next summer, with hopes to boost tourism.
Our Savior's Church, 612 Division St., La Crosse, will hold a rummage sale Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be half-off sale on Friday and a bag sale at noon. Masks are required.
UW-La Crosse has received a UW System grant to help students who have experienced homelessness, foster care and other challenges while growing up.
Over two decades ago, Amy Lloyd was balancing her studies with caring for her ailing mother and mourning the loss of her grandparents. Today, she juggles family and leisure time with her strenuous work as a general surgeon.
“Why I Vote” is a partnership between the Tribune and the League of Women Voters in La Crosse. Each week hear from local residents on why they vote send in your own reason and photo to [email protected]
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ISG, in collaboration with Mayo Clinic Health System, Three-Sixty Real Estate Solutions, and Borton Construction, is holding a community workshop to conduct a community engagement effort that will create a shared vision for future developments that would enhance the near-southside…
“Are you ready to shop?” Rachael Vik smiled down at a child whose head barely reached the top of the registration table in the foyer of La Crosse’s Bethany Church. The little girl was one of dozens of foster kids…
Beginning on Wednesday, Aug. 17, Second Street North will be closed to through-traffic south of the intersection with State Street. This closure is for restoration of the pavement from the private utilities work performed earlier this year. A detour will…
Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.
The Southeast Minnesota Bluegrass Association will celebrate its 30th Anniversary Festival Aug. 18-21 with a dynamite line-up of regional and national bands at Cushon's Peak Campground in Houston, Minnesota.
Neigh N’ Bray Equine Rescue works to save struggling equines that have been abandoned or neglected and in the slaughter pipeline. Its goals are to raise awareness at a local level and beyond and to find forever adoptive homes where…
From sweet corn to mink, dairy products, snap beans, ginseng, cranberries and more, it is easy to see how the diversity of Wisconsin’s agriculture industry is one of our state’s greatest strengths. Recently, I was able to visit with Joanna…
In 1880, Vincent Schwarz opened a furniture store on Pearl St. in the building that is now the Pearl Ice Cream Parlor. If you look at the pediment above from the street, you can read “V. Schwarz 1887.”
Fog is a cloud in contact with the ground.
Four Wisconsin dairy farms will open their doors to their neighbors and communities for the 2022 Agricultural Community Engagement Twilight Meetings. Each event will feature a tour of the dairy farm and opportunities to ask questions about modern agricultural practices…
Amy Lloyd, a Mayo Clinic Health System general surgeon, recently performed the 1,000th robotic surgery at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse.