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The La Crosse Farmers Market Association is running from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday morning at the Main: An Event Space 422 Main St. in Downtown La Crosse.
Gateway Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, is hosting an open house event from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Gateway Area Council Scout Service Center to discuss progress toward the council’s $4,000,000 Centennial Campaign.
The UW-La Crosse group Eagles Helping Eagles aims to help college students meet those basic needs so they can focus on their studies and future. The group is looking for new members from the wider La Crosse area community, according…
This snapshot from the fall of 1956, photographer unknown, is a particularly compelling look at mid-20th century farm life in the Coulee Region. The many different animals, the post-harvest fallow fields in the background, the functional outbuildings, the minimal fencing,…
"Incarceration reduces an individual to nothing more than the choices they regret," organizer Marianne Oleson said. The house is a first step to turning that around.
We have the opportunity for local nonprofit organizations, medical facilities, long-term care facilities, educational institutions and social service agencies to stop in for our Handcraft Open House. Throughout the year, our talented Coulee Region RSVP Volunteers have been creating items…
Here are the recent trends on economic performance in Wisconsin.
Friends of Black River Forest was formed in 2014 and is trying stop the Kohler Company from building a golf course adjacent to Kohler-Andrea State Park.
Cats on Mats, a yoga class that lets participants interact with kittens, is hosted by the Madison Cat Project, a local nonprofit that deals in the wellbeing of local cats.
For two December weekends, guests can step back in time and enter a Victorian-era holiday experience at Villa Louis in Prairie du Chien.
With an early start to Veteran's Day celebrations and events around La Crosse, Senator Tammy Baldwin visited and spoke at a Viterbo University service honoring veterans.
All community members of La Crosse County are invited to share their views in a short and anonymous survey as part of a project to make the county more equitable and inclusive for all.
Check out what what workers are currently earning, as well as spending, in Wisconsin.
Content by The Board Store Home Improvements. Find out why winter is the perfect time for your next home improvement project.
Gordon Lightfoot died in May, but his song about the sinking of an ore boat on Nov. 10, 1975, helped keep alive the memories of her ship and crew.
Veterans will be honored for their service at the 11th Veterans Day breakfast in La Crosse. Veterans and a guest are invited to attend the breakfast on Saturday, Nov. 11, held by Freedom Honor Flight and UW-La Crosse Athletics Department.
The completion of neighborhood housing in place of a former naval reserve center closes a decade-long redevelopment saga in central La Crosse.
When fire destroyed Toad’s Cove convenience store in the Centerville community in Trempealeau County, owners Andy and Tracy Todd pledged to rebuild with hopes to reopen within a year.
The animal was found in July malnourished and alone and was nursed back to health along with three other orphans from northern Wisconsin.
A single-vehicle crash in Monroe County has left one man injured.