After being hospitalized on a ventilator with COVID-19, Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke said he has improved enough to offer his first public Mass.
In what officials called a “historic” meeting between city of La Crosse and La Crosse County leaders on Wednesday morning, the two groups outlined their goal to purchase a downtown building as a long-term action against homelessness.
The garden harvest season is long over, but we’re still enjoying the bounties.
The Red Kettle Campaign is The Salvation Army’s largest fundraiser throughout the year and accounts for approximately one-third of the annual budget.
Viterbo University’s student singers will present A Viterbo Christmas: Ring in the New! at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, in the Fine Arts Center Main Theatre.
Children ages 5 to 17-years-old can receive their COVID-19 vaccine during a special pediatric clinic Saturday at the Gundersen Health System La Crosse Clinic.
What began as one church’s mission to Laos 10 years ago has morphed into a worldwide “superfood” enterprise bringing much needed employment and income to southeast Asia’s poorest country.
The Coulee Region Gospel Choir presents it’s 25th Holiday Concert, “The Splendor of Christmas,” on Friday evening, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. and again Saturday afternoon, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m. at Olivet Lutheran Church, 2100 Bainbridge St., French Island in La Crosse.
Developers of Hatchery, LLC, have plans to use the former fish hatchery building as an event venue and Airbnb rental, and this lease is one of the final steps in the process.
Task Force McCoy recently offered its first Welcome Baby class to Afghan evacuee women with newborns as an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of newborn care and to support the women through the resettlement process.
Here they come: More than 80 entries have arrived for our popular River Valley Media Group Big Buck Contest. Here are all of the entries so far, and you can share yours at go.lacrossetribune.com/bigbuck2021.
When it comes to transporting children in the Tomah Area School District, it’s all hands on deck — from regular bus drivers to substitutes to administrative personnel.
COVID-19 affected athletes in many ways — an abrupt end to competition, canceled and shortened seasons, fewer conference and national championships, and more.
MINDORO — Joe Bina is used to seeing lots of Coulee Region residents start their holiday season with a trip to his parents’ cut-your-own Christmas tree farm along Hwy. 108 between Melrose and Mindoro.
There’s been a spurt of business openings in Galesville in the past few months, bringing additional life to what I’ve always thought is one of the most interesting downtowns in the region.
“Some people laugh about my struggle and tell me I should just get over it, because I’m weak,” Lake Hallie police officer Adam Meyers said of his battle with mental health issues.
Eleven UW-La Crosse graduating seniors will exhibit a variety of artwork during the biannual Senior Art Exhibition. The show features art majors with paintings, photographs, ceramics, sculptures and more.
Kilo Watt and Katie Watt made their debut at Rotary Lights on Friday night, the new mascots of La Crosse's holiday celebration.
Jerry Davis writes daily during Wisconsin's gun deer season. Here is a collection of his columns.
Dozens of readers sent in their favorite Rotary Lights memories when they returned our form to name the new mascot. As Rotary Lights judging is underway to choose the mascot name, read many of the memories shared in this collection.
Pie making, local sports, hunting and running, and a state football championship are some of the scenes of this week. And view the La Crosse Chamber's talent recruitment video in this collection.
The For Goodness Sake Holiday Project is an invitation-only holiday gift program coordinated by La Crosse County for current clients working with staff in the Health and/or Human Services Departments.
The 7 Rivers Alliance Region WISE Plan, released in 2017, had predicted a labor shortage in the tri-state area, and the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated a need for employees.