All veterans and people serving in the military are invited to a Flag Day community conversation and picnic-style dinner at the Franciscan Spirituality Center, 920 Market St.
A national shortage of mental health providers has led to a lack of diversity among providers. In La Crosse, only a handful of therapists identify as Black, Indigenous or a person of color.
This is the 20th year for the hanging flower baskets that now grace Main Street, the Great River Landing and Dash Park and the final year that Centering Onalaska volunteers will be responsible for the flowers.
Western’s annual Cavalier Cupboard report from the department of Student Life, Equity and Engagement shows use of Western’s on-campus food pantry, the Cavalier Cupboard, continues to expand rapidly.
Oktoberfest’s Gemütlichkeit Foundation raised a record of nearly $44,000 during its annual Forks & Corks fundraiser Thursday, June 1. The ever-growing popular annual event also unveiled the button design for the 2023 Oktoberfest celebration.
Melrose-Mindoro Junior/Senior School’s students of the month for April/May are:
Big Brothers Big Sisters 7 Rivers Region, in partnership with Verve, a credit union, is holding two events for the La Crosse area and neighboring communities: Community Movie Night in the Park.
The public is invited to a groundbreaking ceremony for construction at Bangor Elementary School as work gets under way on the first phase of facility improvements approved by voters last fall. The event will be at 9:30 a.m. June 6 on the south side of the school. As design work wraps up, and…
As part of June being Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, the OASIS Respite Program is asking individuals, caregivers and potential volunteers to visit “The Refinery” of First Free Church, 123 Mason St. in Onalaska, to discover all that OASIS provides during its respite time. The event …
Construction on a new roundabout at the intersection of McHugh and Briggs roads in Holmen begins Monday, June 5.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to present its SummerStage production of the magical musical fairy tale, “Cinderella.”
The City of La Crosse Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is opening Erickson Pool, North Side Community Pool and Veterans Memorial Pool starting Saturday, June 3.
Do you have a dog that loves to go for walks and is friendly around other dogs? Do you have a dog that has always had a calling to be something bigger and better? Then you need to sign them up to become a B.A.R.K. Ranger! All ages and breeds are welcome, but friendly and on a leash is a must.
Curbside collection of large items has ended in La Crosse. This event ran May 15-26.
She likes dollars, she likes diamonds, she likes stunting, she likes shining. Cardi B is one fancy lady who wishes to spend her days being pampered by her favorite people. She is a confident go-getter who will let you know exactly what she wants, whether that’s jumping into your lap for cudd…
The Western Wisconsin AFL-CIO has teamed up with the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s Boots on the Ground conservation program to host the 11th annual Take Kids Fishing Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 3, at Chad Erickson Memorial Park, 3601 Park Lane Drive in La Crosse.
The Logan Middle School students of the month for May are:
Highlights for the just announced 2023-24 Heider Center season include a pair of back-by-popular-demand returnees, a high-powered international act from Brazil, tributes to three beloved performers and the ultimate Disney show.
A two-year pilot program providing legal assistance and representation for tenants facing eviction in La Crosse County is expected to launch in June.
The Aquinas High School class of 2023 graduation will be held at noon Saturday, May 27, 2023, at the school.
La Crosse Central High School will host its 101st annual Memorial Day program at 9:20 a.m. Friday, May 26. The observance will be held in front of Central High School on the Losey Boulevard side of the building.
Seven interns are set to graduate Thursday from a program called Project SEARCH — and all seven have job offers. In her six years as a Project SEARCH instructor, this is a first for Laura Anderson.
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For the 48th year, the La Crosse Kiwanis Club has awarded 10 area high school seniors with scholarships. Recipients, selected by the staff of their respective schools, are “achievers in their own way and just all-around good kids,” according to a press release from the club. Kiwanis awarded …
Viterbo University has named Megan Smith as the dean of the College of Nursing and Health and Michael Alfieri as dean the College of Engineering, Letters, and Sciences, according to a university press release.