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ONALASKA -- Bright Star Touring Theatre, a national professional touring company based out of Asheville, N.C., will perform its acclaimed show “Meet Dr. King” at the Onalaska Public Library at 4 p.m. Jan. 16.
Two Wisconsin lawmakers have introduced legislation to rename the Tomah Veterans Administration Medical Center.
After months of planning and discussions with electrical and structural engineers, the beginning of a solar project kicked off in September. Running into a few challenges delayed completion of the system. However, as of 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3, WAFER…
Radon is an odorless, colorless, invisible gas that can enter homes and buildings through the foundation. One in 10 Wisconsin homes has elevated levels of radon. According to a La Crosse County news release, radon causes an estimated 21,000 lung…
Here are recent La Crosse area building permits.
A fire that broke out Sunday in La Crosse damaged a shed but was contained before it could damage any residential structures.
Content by The Board Store Home Improvements. The expert team at The Board Store provided an insider’s view of what homeowners should know before they begin a remodel.
The former farm of artist Nick and Katherine Engelbert is now on the state Register of Historic Places and is a showcase for Nick's sculptures and paintings.
GasBuddy projects that gas prices will fall in 2024 for the second year in a row. Here's a look at changes in gas prices in Wisconsin.
The Gertrude Salzer Gordon Children's Museum of La Crosse opened in downtown La Crosse on Feb. 28, 1999, and will soon celebrate 25 years of "learning and fun… rolled into one!"
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, reminds the public that Lock and Dam 7, located near La Crescent, is closed for winter maintenance. The parking lot is also inaccessible to the public, according to the news release.
The J.C. Burns Fruit House was a staple fruit provider in La Crosse from 1883-1938, and was especially known for their bananas. The first retail store location was at 309 Main St., and the warehouse was located at 110-112 N.…
“I didn’t give it a second thought. I just went for them,” rescuer Jarett Carver, 21, said.
As the homeless encampment across the La Crosse River from the Riverside International Friendship Gardens grows, nearby businesses and residents have reported discomfort about the camp’s presence.
Pedestrian crosswalk signals are set to be updated in heavy walking traffic areas across the city. The new signals will feature countdown timers and auditory signals to meet modern safety standards.
With flying buttresses and a soaring tower, Luther Memorial brought Neo-Gothic style to Madison a century ago.
The Longfellow Middle School students of the month for December:
First Free Church, Onalaska, has partnered with 5 Stones/Fox Valley, Wisconsin, to host a presentation about the realities of human and sex trafficking. It will take place from 6:30-8 p.m. Jan. 8 at the Holland Town Hall, W7937 County Road…
As winter sets in, La Crosse Parks, Recreation and Forestry is taking steps to educate residents and businesses about the negative impacts that overuse of road salt has on our waterways, infrastructure, vegetation and animals.
A fire destroyed a garage in Galesville on Sunday, but fire crews were able to save the adjoining residence.