The traffic signals at West Avenue and La Crosse Street were temporarily offline due to unforeseen utility work, the city of La Crosse Engineering Department said Friday.
This fall, a free new course will aim to teach community members about engaging in discussions and debates in a civil manner through the lens of better understanding government.
Memories are strange things at times because you never know what triggers recollections from the aging gray matter.
Students in the Coulee Region will once again have the option to learn virtually this year after the La Crosse Board of Education renewed the program’s contract at its Monday night meeting.
The School District of La Crosse is anticipating that its portion of property taxes will not increase in the upcoming year, as officials estimate the district will have a balanced 2022 budget.
A new memorial has been erected in La Crosse’s Veterans Freedom Park to honor World War II veterans after an unhesitating, collaborative effort by the community.
Community newspapers serve an important function in helping residents connect and get a sense of belonging to the area they call home. Dave and Gretchen Skoloda will speak about the history of just such a publication from their unique vantage point as owners and editors of the former Holmen …
The Mini Donut Half Marathon & 5K Honor Walk, an event held each year in September as part of National Suicide Prevention Month, will take place Saturday, Sept. 18 in Onalaska and Trempealeau. All proceeds raised go into the community for mental health initiatives.
The proposed La Crosse County budget for next year would include a tax trim for some residents if approved by the La Crosse County Board this fall, among other notable initiatives the budget ushers in.
Round up the entire family to see, touch, climb and learn all about different types of trucks, vehicles, machines and equipment from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, at Touch A Truck! This family friendly event will take place in the Onalaska Omni Center parking lot for kids of all ages! …
It’s the next step in a usually long but now condensed redistricting process, and officials spent part of the evening fine-tuning the map after hearing feedback from the public.
It’s the time of year when college students across the country pack up their belongings and head to campus.
A new resolution is moving through the La Crosse County Board of Supervisors this month that welcomes Afghan refugees to the region.
La Crosse County would add an additional supervisor to its board under a new map that the Redistricting Committee chose to move forward with Tuesday evening.
A regular reader and friend recently asked where I come up with story ideas and if I ever get writer’s block.
In a pandemic world, two weeks can be a game changer.
On Tuesday, Aug. 31, the Town of Holland, in partnership with the Friends of the McGilvray Road, will hold a park dedication for the newly acquired Stephenson Farmstead Park. The ceremony will take place at 4 p.m. on the north end of the park, which is located on Amsterdam Prairie Road, acro…
This summer’s return of area festivals, fairs and other events that were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have made for a good season for Oly’s Mini Donut Express.
Do teachers still require students coming back to school to write about what they did on their summer vacation?
"I cannot in good conscience say that we should do this when we have how many people on French Island who have no water to drink that is not safe," said supervisor Pam Viner.
La Crosse County Sheriff Jeff Wolf said that releasing the mugshots of the three men who were killed in the town of Hamilton last month was part of a strategy to obtain more information during the investigation, but apologized if the move caused any harm.
Bit by bit, the smaller homestead farms disappear a little more each year as houses and buildings are torn down or left to decay.
Two people were taken into custody and face multiple charges after allegedly fleeing a traffic stop in La Crosse Monday.