Many people journey through life with a pet by their side, giving them food, shelter and love. But study after study has shown that pets offer people far more in return, improving humans’ emotional and physical health and providing them unconditional affection and friendship.
Concerns about population density and potential flooding were too much as the La Crosse Common Council denied a petition to rezone a property on Rose street for a 12-unit multi-family residential building Thursday.
The owners of Carbon Cannabis and Stacks Family Farms, both in the former LaCrosse Footwear complex at 1501 St. Andrew St., have started Sensi Co., which will launch its new THC-infused Sensi High Seltzer at the 4/20 on Front Street event from 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 20, in the South Hal…
Early in the pandemic some were saying that COVID was just like the flu, not worse. Well … here we are, three years later. The data say they were “dead” wrong.
Here are recent real estate transfers in the La Crosse area.
Here are recent La Crosse area building permits.
CAMERON — About 2,000 people attended the visitation and funeral of slain police officers Emily Breidenbach and Hunter Scheel as they were laid to rest Saturday.
Two respected city leaders were presented with keys to the city in honor of their dedicated service to La Crosse residents.
Tabby is a social butterfly who is ready and waiting for her forever family to find her. She is a lovable lady who enjoys pets, especially head scratches, and cuddles from just about anyone. When she’s really happy she will roll around purring like a big baby. She is an excellent biscuit mak…
A bid of $6.3 million was approved Thursday by the La Crosse Common Council for the construction of a new Fire Station No. 4 on Gillette Street.
La Crosse County is seeking input through a public survey on proposals to open more county highways to ATV/UTV access.
Check out these photos of local high school athletes in action from the spring preps season.
Results from the School District of Holmen Board of Education election remain the same after a recount of ballots cast took place Wednesday and results were released Thursday.
The town of Onalaska and the village of Holmen are both considering opening town and county roads to all terrain vehicles and utility task vehicles.
Late season snow storms always take me back to March 24, 1979, in the tiny town of Franklin in Jackson County. My feet were wet, and I was beginning to shiver as the three of us stood at the dark back door of my grandparents Keith and Cecile Hardie’s house.
The La Crosse County Executive Committee approved a resolution Wednesday to install solar panels on seven county buildings.
BARRON — Hundreds of people lined the streets and somberly paid their respects as the flag-draped caskets carrying the bodies of police officers Emily Breidenbach and Hunter Scheel returned home Monday.
Local leaders and community members gathered Monday to speak to Democratic members of the Wisconsin Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee about budget items that are important to the community.
For one high school student, donating blood has been a long-time dream.
Several state representatives from La Crosse have asked Delta Air Lines to provide more details about its plan to suspend flights from La Crosse to Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.
CAMERON — An outpouring of sympathy and support from residents and law enforcement has flowed toward Cameron and Chetek as news spread that two local police officers and a suspect were killed in a shootout that began with a traffic stop Saturday afternoon.
Let me be explicitly clear: I will have no part in a debt ceiling negotiation that includes cuts to Social Security or Medicare.
A bill in the Minnesota Legislature would provide nearly $17 million to limit invasive carp movement, including funds to capture carp through fishing, researching how gates on dams open and installing a device using sound and bubbles at Lock and Dam 5 north of Winona.
Every job brings with it unique challenges and emotional strain. But few occupations impact mental health as significantly as that of first responders, some 85% of whom report adverse symptoms.
Black adults are 10 times more likely than their white counterparts to be arrested in La Crosse County, and they are also less likely to be referred to jail-diversion programs, according to a racial equity report from the Center for Effective Public Policy.