Here are the 10 most-read letters to the editor in 2016 at lacrossetribune.com.
Here's a look at the 10 most-read letters to the editor in November at lacrossetribune.com.
Here's a look at the 10 most-read letters to the editor in October at lacrossetribune.com.
We would like to share with you the name of Timothy J. Guth, who is running for Seat 16 judgeship in the Minnesota 3rd Judicial District. This district is made up of 11 counties: Dodge, Fillmore, Freeborn, Houston, Mower, Olmsted, Rice, Steele, Waseca, Wabasha and Winona.
Here's a look at the 10 most-read letters to the editor in September at lacrossetribune.com.
Here's a look at the 10 most-read letters to the editor in August at lacrossetribune.com.
Here's a look at the 10 most-read letters to the editor in July at lacrossetribune.com.
With all the columns and letters to the editor in the Tribune criticizing Republicans for drafting health-care legislation in secret, where were they when Democratic Sen. Nancy Pelosi said on TV that “we must pass Obamacare so we can find out what’s in it?”
Getting older is a pre-existing condition
As a founder of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin, I am honored to be asked to speak at our State Convention on July 22 in Oconomowoc.
I drove on Losey Boulevard twice on a recent day -- both at the new speed limit.
The most baffling puzzle regarding Trump supporters is how they have been convinced to support policies that work against the financial interests of middle- and working-class people. To name a few:
I am writing in response to the article written (June 15 Tribune) about the sentencing of Christopher Cleaves. I believe this case provides some insight to flawed Wisconsin laws.
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Long seen as one of the country’s more progressive departments and a draw for those interested in community policing, the Madison Police Department for the first time in recent memory has failed to meet its recruiting goal.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — After a 47-day journey, Momtazudin Furmoli and his family are finally headed home — a new home, 7,000 miles away from the one they left in Afghanistan as refugees.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — It’s a busy morning in Mai Huynh and Christopher Birkholm’s Minneapolis home as they get their 18-month-old, Franny, and 3-year-old, Clinton, out the door.
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (AP) — Under a new grading system at a White Bear Lake middle school, students no longer will be given an F grade — no matter how bad they did on an assignment or test or if it was turned in late or not at all.
A 21-year-old La Crosse man was charged Friday in La Crosse County Circuit Court with downloading videos of teen-age girls involved in graphic sexual activity. Jeffrey R. Drettwan faces two felony counts of possession of child pornography.
A La Crosse pediatrician accused of sexually assaulting a young girl could face additional charges.
The 18-year-old woman sustained multiple fractures, including a skull fracture, and bleeding on her brain.
The deputies shot the person, who was not identified, at a field near Highway 33 in the town of Scott on Sunday afternoon, the Wisconsin Department of Justice said.
Liquor license fees for facilities in La Crosse will move towards pre-pandemic prices next year after the La Crosse Common Council voted Thursday to find a compromise.
On Thursday, as reported by WisPolitics.com, the Senate Education Committee held a public hearing on Senate Bill 587 which would allow parents to transfer their K-12 students to different public or private schools due to mask mandates or proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements. It also wo…
A historic building in Riverside Park is one step closer to getting new life after the La Crosse Common Council approved its rezoning Thursday night, which was tied to potential plans to convert the building into an event venue and rental.
The new agreement, paired with similar reduced requests to the mayors and city clerks in the state's five largest cities, means all subpoenas have been blunted and all interview requests have been canceled for now.