A point counterpoint of columns on gerrymandering, and the lasest on redistricting in Wisconsin.
The U.S. is a country composed of immigrants who settled on land inhabited by many indigenous nations. We encourage the Coulee Region to welcome, assist and support the thousands of Afghan guests currently living at Fort McCoy.
Back in the spring of 2020, face masks were in high demand and elastic cording was hard to come by. Luckily for a mother-daughter duo in Onalaska, their sizeable sewing stash meant plenty of supplies. And fortunately for the community, the pair’s skills and generosity meant quality face cove…
A UW-La Crosse alum and former Green Beret with the U.S. Army Special Forces is helping rescue hundreds of Americans, Afghan soldiers and other U.S. allies from the oppressive grip of the Taliban.
WESTBY — Dave and Jana Dregne say it’s been a good year at their Dregne’s Scandinavian Gifts store at 100 S. Main St. in downtown Westby, after the store was closed nearly three months last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Enjoy this collection of September photos of the day from our Good Morning page. Many of these are submitted by readers. Submit one by sending it to email@example.com.
Federal prosecutors last week brought indictments against two Afghan refugees staying at Fort McCoy, while police in Monroe County say the local refugee population has had no impact on local law enforcement.
Convention of States, a non-profit organization, is holding a “Fill the Hill Rally” at the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
County officials from around the state will gather in La Crosse County starting Sunday for the Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA) Annual Conference.
Celebrate fall by sharing colorful scenes from the region. To add photos to this gallery send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or through this form at https://go.lacrossetribune.com/Photos
Q: Even people who have been vaccinated are getting sick with the delta variant, so why should I bother getting the shot?
When asked about the La Crosse County Health Department’s recommendations to cancel large events, a spokesperson for Oktoberfest only pointed to a COVID-19 information web page.
In mid-September, the bright and colorful Art We There Yet bus rolled into the Driftless area. Be on the lookout for the vibrant bus as it visits area schools, and will even be open for tours at Sidie Hollow on Sept 29.
Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse, has voted to pass the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Congress’ annual defense authorization bill.
Fort McCoy is hosting thousands of refugees from Afghanistan who fled in the wake of the collapse of the Afghanistan government to the Taliban. Here are scenes through the archives from other missions at Fort McCoy near Sparta, and from Volk Field Air National Guard Base, a military airport …
Here are scenes around the region as the season officially changes.
Rep. Oldenburg (Viroqua) is seeking First Responder of the Year nominations. Oct. 28 is National First Responders Day, and Oldenburg is looking forward to receiving nominations for First Responder of the Year from the 96th Assembly District.
The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive at the Viroqua Church of Christ, 825 Nelson Parkway, Viroqua, Tuesday, Sept. 28, from noon to 5:30 p.m.
Two La Crosse educators and a Catholic Charities leader will discuss ways to support the Afghan evacuees who are at Ft. McCoy.
WESTBY, WIS., — Westby Utilities, the community’s locally owned, not-for-profit municipal utility, participated in the WPPI Energy Annual Meeting on Sept. 16. The utility is a member-owner of WPPI Energy, a not-for-profit wholesale electricity provider and joint action agency.
Sheriff John Spears reports the following ongoing activities for the year and narrative excerpts from the week ending Sept. 20.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse welcomed its largest first-year class in history this fall as campus continues to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sen. Brad Pfaff (D-Onalaska) and Rep. Robyn Vining (D-Wauwatosa) introduced a bill to repeal the personal property tax in Wisconsin. LRB 4737/1 is a comprehensive proposal that would eliminate the tax while holding municipalities harmless.
Have you seen the dog jump at Stand Rock in the Wisconsin Dells? Are you looking forward to UW-Notre Dame in Chicago? And have you seen our new Dark La Crosse episode, No. 49 and the first of two parts. You will in this set of five videos to watch now.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Department of Theatre Arts has announced the premiere of the original documentary drama, “Severe Clear: September 11 from Memory to History,” written by UWL Department of Theatre Arts students and faculty.