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.
Congratulations to the 2022-23 The Tribune Extra Effort students, who will be awarded scholarships at a May 3 reception.
The Hugs from Hunter Foundation began when two children saw a need to comfort other children after the death of their beloved cousin and friend, Hunter Biermeier, whose life was tragically cut short by an accident in November 2011.
After nearly a 30-year hiatus, some AIDS Memorial Quilt panels will return to UW-La Crosse.
“Why I Vote” is a series in partnership between the Tribune and the League of Women Voters in La Crosse. Vote today.
The cold winter months haven’t slowed down construction of the new six-floor, 70-bed hospital on the Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse campus.
Meet the 28 winners of the annual 7 Rivers Alliance and River Valley Media Group Rising Stars Under 40, honored in October.
U.S. Navy Seaman Karsen Czarneski of La Crosse, assigned to USS Constitution, earned her basic interpretive historian qualification and received the command ball cap.
The Wisconsin Archery Alliance hosted the state indoor tournament over the weekend at the Amie L. Mathy Center on the Viterbo University campus, bringing the annual competition to La Crosse for the first time.
Former representative for the Wisconsin 3rd Congressional District Ron Kind joined a Washington, D.C., law firm to serve as a senior policy advisor. Kind will work in the legislative & public policy practice of Arnold & Porter.
Since near extinction in the early 1960s from the widespread use of the pesticide DDT, habitat destruction and illegal shooting, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s best estimate places the bald eagle population at nearly 143,000, a significant jump from 30 years ago, when the service est…
On Sept. 17, 1979, Bill Harnden accepted a job at the La Crosse Tribune, signing on in advertising sales. Following nine publishers, one building change and the arrival of the computer, Harnden will clock out for the last time on Jan. 31.
Scenes from the inner workings of Kwik Trip's kitchen, dairy, and sweets bakery in La Crosse.
Kwik Trip fuels our vehicles and a large section of the Midwestern economy. The La Crosse-based company owns and operates more than 800 stores in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan, with nearly 500 alone in Wisconsin.
“She looks for silver linings in every dark cloud in her life.”
In 2016, Laquita Becker took the helm of the Boys and Girls Club mental health partnership, the sole staff member working to meet the emotional needs of area youth.
When Nick Dobbs earned his bachelor’s degree in accountancy in 2017, it could have been the final chapter of a remarkable story.
WASHINGTON — Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.
Holmen High School senior Irina Bradley credits horseback riding and theater with helping her move beyond her disability.
Viterbo University students have a long history of taking flight to share music with the world, going back at least 50 years.
Carrying out a pregnancy and parenting a child is not always the healthiest, safest or most feasible choice.
It’s difficult to comprehend how a family could abandon its 2-year-old child.
Family & Children’s Center has met its $700,000 goal of its recently completed Matching Challenge Grant. The generous support of community members allowed FCC to meet the challenge laid out by 14 donors.
Fans and players watched in horror Monday night as a seemingly healthy football star collapsed on the field, and within hours the status of Damar Hamlin was at the top of the news.
Meet the Tribune People of 2022 in this collection -- the winners and the finalists. Also, review all the previous 20 winners.