La Crosse County approved funding for nine grants totaling $1.3 million to improve stormwater infrastructure in the towns of Campbell, Holland, Shelby and Onalaska. The funding will support projects that mitigate flooding, improve water quality and make community infrastructure more resilien…
Registration for the La Crosse Maraton opens today, Dec. 1. The staple 26.2-mile race will take place on Saturday, May 6, and is hosted by River City Running Club.
Community members in La Crosse participated in the first crisis intervention training hosted by a coalition made up of the La Crosse Police Department, the La Crosse County Human Services Crisis Program and the La Crosse County Sheriff’s Department.
Check out this collection of photos from the holiday display's 28th year
Thanksgiving has come and gone but perhaps this can be the year that we turn a day of thankfulness into a holiday season of gratitude.
Check out these photos of local high school athletes in action from the winter preps season.
Holmen High School term 1 honor roll.
Once touted as “wonder drugs,” penicillin and other antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections. When used correctly, they are effective, but decades of inappropriate use have led to an alarming increase in resistant microorganisms, including the bacteria that cause common infections,…
Mayo Clinic Health System and Gundersen Health System will host the annual Candlelight Memorial Service on Monday, Dec. 5., in Marycrest Auditorium at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse.
Here's another look at some of our favorite images and videos from November.
The Viterbo University Conservatory for the Performing Arts will present the holiday opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” by Gian Carlo Menotti at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, and Saturday, Dec. 10, in the Cappella Performing Arts Center, 721 King St., La Crosse.
A second suspect has been taken into custody for the Jan. 8 homicide of Ernest Knox in La Crosse. Nelson D. Brown, 26, Rockford, Illinois, was arrested Nov. 25 by U.S. Marshals in Mesa, Arizona.
Western Technical College announced today it has recently implemented Community-Based Learning in 100% of its associate degree and technical college programs, a key component of its strategic plan, Experience 2025.
Since he was 15 years old, Blair Taylor High School senior Juan Lopez has had to make his own way in life. When his mother passed away during his sophomore year, Lopez no longer had the support he relied on from his parent.
The La Crosse Community Foundation on Monday announced a new online giving tool, opening additional opportunities just in time for Giving Tuesday.
All are invited to memorialize and honor friends and loved ones by purchasing holiday tree lights ($5 each), trim the tree ($25), or angel tree toppers ($50) for the Franciscan Healthcare Auxiliary’s 2022 Season of Light campaign.
The first nominations have arrived from schools, and on Tuesday you’ll start meeting the 2022-23 La Crosse Tribune Extra Effort students.
UW-La Crosse is collecting nonperishable food items at the student union for the inaugural Great Rivers United Way and Rotary Lights Community Food Drive.
Across every indicator, American Indians and Alaska Natives face massive disparities in health care. According to the National Congress of American Indians, Native people suffer from higher rates of diabetes and related illness, heart disease and substance abuse than any other group.
UW-La Crosse student Christonna Shafranski was feeling out of sorts, with chills and an aching pain in her back that wouldn’t go away for two weeks. She had a hard time focusing on her studies and kept wondering what was wrong. Shafranski says a UW-L physical therapy class helped her put it …
OMAHA, Neb. — The National Park Service Effigy Mounds National Monument and leaders of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska have signed a first-of-its-kind agreement establishing the first Tribal Sister Park relationship between a U.S. national park and a Tribal Nation’s National Park.
The Tribune needs your help in selecting its 21th Person of the Year.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That is exactly what Michelle Lindsay, Tomah Health nutrition services director and registered dietitian, thought when she developed a four-page illustrated picture menu to help Afghan guests who received care at Tomah Health.
At the start of the new year, people incarcerated at the La Crosse County Jail will be the first in the state to get 30 free minutes of phone calls each day.
MENOMONIE — Skyscrapers dominate city skylines, but these massive glass-walled structures can be made more energy efficient through the addition of thermally efficient photovoltaic — or PV — windows, according to an analysis by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewabl…