UW-La Crosse has received a five-year, $1.5 million grant to continue a program helping underserved and/or underrepresented students realize their potential in graduate school and beyond.
Are you ready for the 61st Oktoberfest in La Crosse? In this collection catch up with the news of Oktoberfest royalty so far, including Mrs. Oktoberfest.
The Good Fight Community Center serves at-risk youth, providing hope, encouragement and a safe environment where kids learn discipline and values to help them become productive members of society. Programs aim to help youth avoid challenges such as juvenile delinquency, substance abuse, trua…
Scenes from the inner workings of Kwik Trip's kitchen, dairy, and sweets bakery in La Crosse.
Our school contacts have been notified that the La Crosse Tribune Extra Effort and the Winona Daily News Above & Beyond scholarship programs are back this year for the 27th and 16th year, respectively.
For Sandy Cleary, the family tie to La Crosse’s Oktoberfest is strong.
Have you been to Cranfest 2022 yet? There's still time to get to the Warrens Cranberry Fest for all things cranberry. Here are photos from a visit early Saturday before it got really crowded. Cranfest continues Sunday with the big parade.
Nadalee Thao, a high school junior from Milwaukee, had heard that the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse was a good science school, and she was interested in checking it out.
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I have two sons, ages 5 and 14. My eldest is always excited to start school and have new adventures. My younger son will begin kindergarten this year. Although he went to day care part time, he has begun to express concern about being away from me all day and is showing inc…
Fort McCoy Garrison’s senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Raquel DiDomenico, served as one of 50 guardian escorts Sept. 10 for nearly 100 veterans who were part of the most recent Freedom Honor Flight from La Crosse to Washington, D.C.
For the second consecutive year, UW-La Crosse has welcomed the largest first-year class in school history.
Pharmacies have not been immune to the nationwide shortage of health care workers, with turnover rates for pharmacy technicians surpassing 20%.
Through continued efforts to improve survival from sudden cardiac arrest, the city of La Crosse has earned a HEARTSafe Community designation from the Citizen CPR Foundation.
For firefighters, stamina and strength is part of the job.
“Why I Vote” is a series in partnership between the Tribune and the League of Women Voters in La Crosse. Look for "Why I Vote" on each Tuesday.
Steve Cahalan reports on local business developments every Sunday. Here's a collection of his recent reports on business ins and outs and expansion plans.
A Ho-Chunk artist who got his start at UW-La Crosse will be remembered for generations to come.
One has volunteered for Oktoberfest for more than 30 years. The other served 30-plus years as a local firefighter. Later in September, they’ll both be leading Oktoberfest parades.
Meet former Extra Effort and Above & Beyond scholarship recipients in this collection and consider donating to the scholarship funds for this year's recipients. Donation information is included with the stories that have been running on Tuesdays this summer.
La Crosse families can attend Mid West Music Fest free of charge this Saturday. A grant from the La Crosse Community Foundation means all area families are welcome to enjoy musical artists, entertainment groups and wellness activities.
You’re only as good as the company you keep. And for UW-La Crosse, that company has grown to nationally known major universities from the Big 10, Pac 10 and more.
For Liam Caulkins, Oktoberfest’s Torchlight Parade with its bright lights and Gemütlichkeit is special. This year it will be even more remarkable when he’s in the parade as the 2022 Oktoberfest Special Fester. And, he’ll even get to experience his first Maple Leaf Parade — riding down that r…
Last year, on the 20th anniversary of September, 11, 2001, we asked readers to share their memories. Here are the memories sent in by River Valley Media Group readers.
This list, courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, highlights some of the most accomplished people who have studied there.
Nearly one year ago, youth mental health was declared a national emergency, with the pandemic exacerbating an already prevalent issue.