It is summertime, and perhaps a good time take a brief break from the almost endless list of weighty world issues and woes. Around forty years ago this column postulated a theory after observing the three little boys he and their mom generated, and put forth a column positing the proposal. A…
After more than two decades in office, longtime Democratic Rep. Ron Kind announced he will not seek re-election in one of the most watched 2022 races. Here are scenes from Kind's visits to the district.
The stage has been set for Wisconsin’s battleground 3rd Congressional District after state Sen. Brad Pfaff won Tuesday’s Democratic primary.
Roy Torgerson won the Republican primary for Vernon County sheriff with 3,364 votes to Scott Bjerkos’ 995 votes.
Tuesday's partisan primary narrowed down the field in Wisconsin's 3rd Congressional.
On primary election day, read 3rd Congressional District candidate answers to questions along with their biographies.
Consumer studies have found that people today want the same product features for their pets that they want for themselves: Health- and wellness-oriented, sustainable, and locally sourced goods.
We are now in the dog days of summer and enjoying all that summer brings. In addition, back to school is just around the corner. This means parents and caretakers start to think about gathering school supplies.
It is likely that you have recently known of folks who have been infected with COVID. The omicron variant BA.5 has become the dominant one in the U.S., as in a majority of countries worldwide. For our discussion we’ll include its close kin BA.4 with only a few different mutations in the same…
Photos of the day on our Good Morning Page 2 are popular, and many are sent in by readers. Here's a collection of recent photos of the day. Do you remember some of them? Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sixth annual Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarships for Females in Fisheries have been awarded to Noel Schmitz, of Cashton, Wisconsin, who is studying at The Ohio State University, and Iowa State University student Madeline Lewis of Poughkeepsie, New York.
Whether he’s patrolling the Mississippi River’s main channel, idling through the lily-pad laden backwater sloughs of Lake Onalaska or climbing the steep, heavily forested bluffs lining an area coulee, Dale Hochhausen’s always toting one very important thing — his ability to communicate, to e…
Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance was among the EMS providers awarded state funding Tuesday afternoon, with dollars to support the work and necessary equipment for first responders.
Steve Cahalan reports on local business developments every Sunday. Here's a collection of his recent reports on business ins and outs and expansion plans.
During a stop in La Crosse Gov. Tony Evers discussed various topics, including PFAS and school referendums and funding. Here are videos of some of the discussion.
The weekend weather outlook for our region, and our latest Touring the River Valley visit to a state park are among 5 videos to watch now. Also visit the annual Davis basketball clinic in La Crosse and hear Johnny Davis answering questions from kids.
Jimothy is a 1-year-old German Shepherd Labrador Retriever mix. He is neutered, current on vaccines, microchipped and weighs 68 pounds.
Morrie is a 5-year-old cattle dog. He is neutered, current on vaccines, microchipped and weighs 61 pounds. This handsome and busy boy is hoping to land himself a position on some rural property with plenty of room to run, explore and help with chores!
La Crosse area behavioral health providers were awarded $350,000 on Wednesday through the American Rescue Plan Act, with the funds to enhance telehealth services.
Pesos and Rouble are bonded, so they are required to go home together.
Brothers Jordan and Jonathan Davis returned to their home gymnasium at Central High School for their second annual basketball camp. Jordan will return to UW and Johnny will play for the Washington Wizards in the NBA.
It’s not on every corner, but just about. And with Kwik Trip recently opening another Holmen store -- its 800th store overall -- here's a look at some history.
The Fort McCoy newspaper is named The Real McCoy and on July 8, eight members of the real McCoy family associated with Maj. Gen. Robert Bruce McCoy, for whom Fort McCoy is named, came to the installation for a special visit.