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FOUNTAIN CITY -- The Franciscan Spirituality Center will host “Canticle and the Stones: A Kinstone Experience” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at Kinstone Fountain, S3439 Cole Bluff Lane, Fountain City.
What’s known as the dark store loophole unfairly shifts the tax burden from big box stores to homeowners and small businesses La Crosse’s elected officials said Monday during a town hall event with the area’s state representatives.
Rotary to hold info meeting on student exchange trips
The Modest Mouse concert that was to happen tonight (Monday, Sept. 17) in La Crosse was cancelled by the band at the last minute.
Lee Rasch, former president of Western Technical College who founded and is executive director of LeaderEthics-Wisconsin, will speak on ethical leadership for elected officials from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday as part of the monthly Community Conversations sponsored by the…
La Crosse County is one of only four counties in the state to achieve a gold ranking in the inaugural year of the Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation, which recognizes local partnering on efforts to improve health factors and accessibility.
While some farmers lost crops and livestock to flooding caused by torrential rains in late August, just a few counties away others are contending with the aftermath of drought conditions.
DRESBACH — A boater who ended up in the Mississippi River north of Lock and Dam 7 over the weekend was under the influence of alcohol, Winona County Sheriff’s deputies said Monday.
The School District of Holmen is saving money and reducing emissions after beginning a transition to propane-powered school buses.
The Rotary Club of La Crosse will host an informational meeting Wednesday for students and parents interested in taking part in a student exchange trip next school year.
The city of La Crosse will charge for on-street parking around two college campuses despite hearing objections from students Monday who raised concerns of unintended consequences.
Eau Claire, Jefferson, La Crosse and Wood counties received gold designations in the first Wisconsin Healthy Communities awards by the UW Population Health Institute.
Established in 1988 as a 100-acre park to honor Vietnam War veterans, those killed in action and their families, the now 168-acre park near Neillsville has expanded to other wars with multiple memorials, statues and gardens.
A Minnesota man was seriously injured Saturday when he lost control of his motorcycle and hit a bridge in Vernon County.
Clue No. 1 — Monday, Sept. 17:
An unidentified woman poses with the Spanish cannon at Riverside Park in 1924. This cannon, a longtime draw for people and cameras, remains in the park today, though at an elevated angle compared with this 1924 photo, after being placed…
It took about two weeks into Casey and Sonja Meehan’s first winter at their State Street house for them to decide to do something about the insulation situation in the attic.
The Franciscan Spirituality Center is teaming up with Kinstone megalithic garden and sanctuary for a special retreat day to explore our relationship to all of creation.
The Milwaukee-Madison Chapter of the Morse Telegraph Club shows off 1800s communication technology at the 35th annual Hill & Valley Antique Auto & Americana Show.