Catch up with our special Progress 2022 report, Made in the Coulee Region, in this collection. It features Kwik Trip, Ashley Furniture, the La Crosse Center, Westby Cooperative Creamery, Fizzeology Foods, LB White, Sno-Pac, area colleges, downtown La Crosse and region workers overall.
Bitcoin kiosks are coming to Kwik Trip.
WASHINGTON — Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.
Camp Send a Kid offers a structured outdoor camp for Coulee Region youth ages 8-12. The camp focuses on developing leadership skills, including responsibility, values, self-esteem and self-confidence, teamwork and decision-making. Camp Send a Kid is designed especially for area youth who may…
The Prairie Springs Science Center at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is, by all accounts, a modern building with up-to-date laboratories, modern storage facilities and functional, flexible instruction space that accommodates hands-on learning.
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Testing wastewater for the genetic RNA material of the SARS-C0V-2 virus has not proven to be a waste of time. It has become another tool in tracking COVID surges/increases/upticks in a region or community that utilizes a shared wastewater and sewage disposal system. Through the National Wast…
The Wisconsin National Guard has partnered with a local gym to bring a popular Memorial Day workout known as The Murph Challenge to the Coulee Region
During his time at UW-L, Derek Poggemann hasn’t just received an education.
A new interior design and boutique business opened last week in downtown La Crosse, while Free Range Exchange in Hokah plans to expand to La Crosse and a Discount Tire store is planned on the city’s far North Side. Meanwhile, an antiques and collectibles store in La Crescent will close soon.
The nurse of the year, the Bacon Eating Contest winner, a visit by Sen. Tammy Baldwin, looking ahead to Moon Tunes, and a new home goods boutique in Onalaska are all featured in this collection of 12 videos to watch now.
CAMP DECORAH — Scouting runs deep in the Adams family. Dad Toby and mom Sue earned their Eagle Scout and Girls Scout Gold awards nearly 20 years ago. Now their two oldest children are following in their footsteps, as a Gold award recipient and Eagle Scouts.
Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin met with French Island residents and area leaders on Friday afternoon to hear about the ongoing PFAS crisis and explore solutions, including a new filtration system that could aid a handful of contaminated city wells.
More than 3,400 individuals from 15 states got their heart rates up and bodies moving for Gundersen Health System’s annual Minutes in Motion challenge, logging over 4.5 million minutes.
Valley View Rotary is celebrating its 10th anniversary of free Moon Tune Concerts in Riverside Park this summer.
The Onalaska Police Department has released names and new details regarding a standoff that occurred Tuesday.
Gundersen Health System’s Holmen Clinic has been recognized with a Wisconsin “Big Shot” award for its high inoculation rate of patients 2 and younger.
A national group is putting an original UW-La Crosse play center stage.
Western Technical College’s Alumni Association awarded this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award to Tom Colbert, IT Director at Kwik Trip, Inc. in La Crosse.
The River Valley Media Group took nominations and judges selected the Heart of Healthcare nurses of 2020. Meet them in this collection and meet the nurse of the year. View the special video presentation as well as the individual videos, and read their stories. Congrats all.
UW-La Crosse will celebrate more than 1,500 seniors and nearly 300 graduate students during spring commencement Sunday, May 15, at the La Crosse Center.
A Necedah man with prior OWIs was charged Wednesday after being found inebriated in a vehicle containing open liquor bottles.
Onalaska Police and Onalaska Fire and Rescue responded Wednesday morning to a single vehicle accident at Onalaska City Hall.
More county routes for all-terrain vehicles, or ATVs, could be added near Bangor if approved by the La Crosse County Board next month.