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The Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration will receive $37 million in cash, real property and other services over a 20-year period under the order’s agreement to transfer sponsorship of Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare to Mayo Clinic Health System.
In the first of three public meetings planned to address an incendiary photo of Baraboo students, a group of area leaders Monday emphasized that “healing” will be a slow process and that students need guidance and support -- not condemnation…
Families across the country will be whipping up massive batches of mashed potatoes and stuffing this Thursday, preparing to feed a crowd, but Community Thanksgiving Dinner volunteers will take cooking in bulk to next level, serving up 3,000 meals with…
English Lutheran Church at 1509 King St. in La Crosse will host an interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Cold and dry weather helped Wisconsin farmers do plenty of field work last week, but some areas still had slow going thanks to snow on the ground and fields not totally frozen.
An Advent Celebration Program entitled "Christmas Lists" will be offered by New Image Women's Ministry at 9:30 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28.
The city's property tax levy will increase by 2.9 percent after the La Crosse Common Council on Monday approved the city's 2019 operating budget.
Tight inventories mean rising prices and slower sales statewide, and the La Crosse area is no different, according to numbers released Monday by the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
School, municipal and faith leaders from around Baraboo gathered Monday in the Baraboo High School Commons to discuss the controversial photo that made international news last week.
Parking near two of La Crosse’s college campuses was again the topic of discussion Monday during the regular Board of Public Works meeting; however, the city has not yet reached a solution to its parking woes.
“I said, 'I’m quitting,'” Klahn said. “She said, ‘no you’re not.’”
Matthew T. Willkom, communications director for the Diocese, said the decision is being made in cooperation with legal counsel representing the survivors of sexual abuse
Q: What is El Niño and does it affect Wisconsin?
Hoards Dairyman in Fort Atkinson has launched its own line of cheese that uses milk from its Gurnsey herd that can be traced to 1899.
Here’s a look at the CASA for Kids wish lists for For Goodness’ Sake:
Coulee Region Retired and Senior Volunteer Program recruits volunteers age 55 and better and matches them with volunteer needs in the community.