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 …
Have you stopped by the library to bid on the handmade items donated to our annual Fiber Faire Silent Auction fundraising event? We encourage you to visit and look at the quilts, blankets, bags, scarves, wood carvings, greeting cards, home décor items, and more! All 110 items were created by…
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
This is a great time of year to take a country drive, with the clear roads and the fall colors. You can enjoy a drive and learn about the old country schools in Vernon County at the same time by joining our Rural School Road Rally on Saturday, Oct. 23.
This week is National Friends of Libraries Week, Oct. 17-23, and Bekkum Memorial Library would like to thank our wonderful Friends of Bekkum Memorial Public Library for everything they do for our library and the community. The Friends of the Library has raised and donated thousands of dollar…
Work continues on the 74-acre Westby Business Park located just north of the city along State Hwy. 27.
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.
MADISON – Beginning Oct. 24, all customers with the area codes 262, 414, 608, and 920 will need to dial the area code and telephone number in order to connect their local and long-distance calls. This will apply to all calls that are currently dialed with seven digits.
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) confirms that an unvaccinated 9-year-old crossbred Belgian/Standardbred gelding in Crawford County has died after contracting West Nile Virus (WNV). It is the state’s first confirmed case of WNV in a horse since 2018.
Linzi Gronning, the De Soto Middle/High School principal and district superintendent, will be inducted into the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association (WADA) Hall of Fame at WADA’s annual conference Nov. 7
The Second Harvest food giveaway will be held in the parking lot behind 212 Main St., Gays Mill, Wednesday, Oct. 27, from 2 to 3 p.m.
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.
One person is dead after a two-vehicle crash Monday at 6 a.m. east of Tomah.
Viroqua Police Chief Rick Niedfeldt issued the following statement Oct. 15 about the Thin Blue Line:
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.
Monroe County prosecutors have filed multiple charges against a Waunakee woman after an Indiana man died from injuries in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 94.
The Viroqua City Council reviewed the proposed city wards based on the 2020 census at its regular virtual meeting, Oct. 12.
The Vernon County Board of Supervisors voted to adopt a tentative redistricting plan that reduces the number of districts and supervisors from 29 to 19 at its meeting Oct. 6.
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.