The state of Wisconsin is expected to receive $142.7 million from the infrastructure bill that will specifically invest in rebuilding water infrastructure, including projects related to the PFAS crisis, Sen. Tammy Baldwin announced on Friday.
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.
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.
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.
Here are the Onalaska High School students of the month for November:
After a hiatus due to the pandemic, the opening day parade for Rotary Lights will return Friday for the celebration’s 27th year.
The La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce announced that its “Thrive in the Heart of the Driftless Region” campaign will target individuals within a 250-mile radius of the region and encourage them to relocate.
Zara is a beautiful, sweet dog with a happy smile! Zara was quite nervous when she first arrived and is unsure around new people, but really just needs a minute to get comfortable! Once she sees a familiar face, she lights up and is the most affectionate, goofy girl. It’s impossible not to l…
The 26th running of UW-La Crosse's 5K Turkey Trot took place Saturday morning on campus, attracting a flock of turkey wannabes on a beautiful day. There were junior gobbler races for kids as well. Participants were rewarded for top speeds as well as for accuracy predicting their final race time.
In a rare sighting, the first barn owl nest was documented in the state of Wisconsin in more than two decades after a La Crosse resident spotted an owlet in their backyard, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
The following students were chosen as the October Students of the Month at Holmen Middle School:
Richmond has represented La Crosse’s North Side in District 1 since 2004 and has served nine consecutive terms. She also represents the same district on the La Crosse Common Council, where she has served since 1989 with a brief intermission.
Since a group of developers first bought a former Trane plant site on La Crosse’s North Side in 2013, ideas for its future have taken many forms. But now nearly a decade later, crews have officially broken ground on a new housing development, one of the first visions for the space.
Companies, organizations and families can show off their tree decorating skill by purchasing one of the 75 trees set up in Holmen’s Halfway Creek Park.
A little over 100 people checked into the hotel on Monday night, a vast majority of those who had been sleeping in La Crosse's Houska Park.
TREMPEALEAU, Wis. -- The crumbling remains of a two-story stone building along the Mississippi River are all that’s left of what was once a bustling brewery and hotel.
The La Crosse County Democratic Party re-elected William Garcia to serve as its chair for another year at its monthly meeting, the group announced on Tuesday.
A West Salem man is facing two felony charges after his sixth offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence.
I learned a new word the other day referring to the desire of hardcore deer hunters to be in their stand
After months of behind-the-scenes discussions, the La Crosse County Board has approved a resolution to create a committee that will study the possibility of a police oversight board.
The 2022 La Crosse County Budget was given the final stamp of approval on Monday evening with a unanimous vote from supervisors.