La Crosse’s Rotary Lights celebration will return next month to kick off the holiday season, and in its 27th year the festival is still growing with some new features this year.
Sen. Brad Pfaff (D-Onalaska), Rep. Jill Billings (D-La Crosse), and Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Secretary Emilie Amundson participated in a child care workforce listening session at the La Crosse Chamber of Commerce and a child care roundtable hosted by The Parenting Place …
In a few weeks — Nov. 7 at 2 a.m. to be precise — most of the nation’s clocks will be turned back an hour as we return to standard time.
Celebrate fall by sharing colorful scenes from the region. To add photos to this gallery send them to email@example.com
For most of those who become infected, symptoms of COVID-19 will dissipate within several days to a couple weeks, much like cold or flu. But for some the effects linger for months, a condition called “long COVID” or “post-COVID syndrome.”
Celebrate Halloween with the singers and dancers of Viterbo’s Platinum Edition and Diamond Edition show choirs as they present Spooktacular at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, in the Fine Arts Center Main Theatre.
U.S. Reps. Ron Kind (D-La Crosse) and Glenn “GT” Thompson (R-PA) have introduced a bipartisan bill to research and manage the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD), a contagious, neurological disease affecting cervids — deer, elk and moose — that is always fatal.
Help name the new mascots
Life Scout Brody Sherrill from Troop 168 in Onalaska has recently completed an Eagle Scout project benefiting the City of La Crosse Municipal Harbor.
Haldeman is looking to exit the restaurant business but hopes an essay contest will leave Meraki Cafe and Curio Shoppe to someone who carries on the Meraki message.
From the Central-Logan showdown to a disease killing off deer locally, here are five videos to watch now.
A new strategy announced by the Biden administration Monday could directly aid La Crosse residents facing dangerous water contamination and the municipalities currently grappling with how to help them.
Formed in 2003, the North American Squirrel Association (n.a.s.a.) is a nonprofit organization that grew out of a desire to provide people with disabilities in community with outdoor opportunities such as hunting and fishing.
"It’s devastated the deer herd in this valley. It’s like they all disappeared."
Kwik Trip Inc.’s purchase of the former La Crosse Wellness Center building, and last week’s opening of Super Street Tacos restaurant, top this week’s local business news.
Heider Center for the Arts-Art Gallery, 405 E. Hamlin St. West Salem, will present “Digital Artistry Expressed” from Oct. 18 to Nov. 30.
The philanthropic legacy of the late Amanda Geissler has lived on as her family and friends and continued the push to help others locally and across the world in honor of the late Thorp native's memory.
For its first show of the 2021-22 season, West Salem’s Marie W. Heider Center for the Arts will showcase a dynamic female trio that played there before — almost.
Outside of work, they are quilters, bodybuilders, bakers, gardeners and doctorate students. At Mayo Clinic Health System, they are certified nurse midwives, unique in personality and hobbies but with a shared passion for women’s health and a gratitude for witnessing new life and the joy it brings.
What makes us psychologically healthy? Abraham Maslow found out in the mid-20th century that even a Ph.D. in psychology did not give him an answer to this question. Why? Since its beginning, psychology had focused on mental illness rather than mental health.
The Aquinas High School football team has received a No. 1 seed in Division 5 for the upcoming WIAA playoffs.
Holmen Middle School students of the month for September:
A 21-year-old La Crosse man was charged Friday in La Crosse County Circuit Court with downloading videos of teen-age girls involved in graphic sexual activity. Jeffrey R. Drettwan faces two felony counts of possession of child pornography.
Nick Hazzard describes his brother, Cameron, as an energetic, helpful and hard-working father who is the sole support for his fiancee and his young two daughters.
WEST SALEM — Manny Putz had some pretty high expectations for himself as he competed for his first MVC cross country championship on Thursday.