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Incorporated in 1856, La Crosse is the largest city on the western border of Wisconsin. The city was given its name by Lt. Zebulon Pike in 1805 on an expedition up the Mississippi River. He recorded the name of the location as "Prairie La Crosse," the name coming from a game he saw Native Americans playing with sticks that resembled the French game of crozier or "la crosse." Today, La Crosse is home to a very diverse city that is known as a regional technology and medical hub thanks to its educational institutions.
Local Newspapers: La Crosse Tribune
Local Sports Teams: La Crosse Loggers (Northwoods League) La Crosse Spartans (IFL)
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Viterbo University
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Towns/Cities near la crosse, wisconsin : Onalaska French Island Holmen West Salem Trempealeau Bangor Rockland Sparta
GENA city councilman, Marshall, committed to Memorial for new pool
The La Crosse city council will be the next group to chew on where a new pool for the city should go. Council member David Marshall, who represents the Memorial Pool area, says it's pretty clear to him that the new pool should go right where the old one is next to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.Neighborhood resource officers have gigantic impact on youth in La Crosse
Boys and Girls Club dir. says kids who'd run away from police in past, run excitedly toward them now.In wake of regional flooding private well owners should check wells
Contact : Liesa Lehmann, DNR private water supply section chief, 608-267-7649, Liesa.Lehmannkerler@wisconsin.gov; Kirsten Cahow-Scholtes, private water supply specialist, La Crosse, 608-785-9976; Jake Sedivy, private water supply specialist, Spooner, 715-416-3331; Paul Holtan, parks and trails, 608-267-7517, Paul.Holtan@wisconsin.gov The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is offering the guidance below as many property owners will begin assessing damage, checking wells and septic systems and removing storm related debris. In particular, heavy rains can create conditions that affect private wells and drinking water.La Crosse airport gets new body scanner
No, it's not the full-body scanner you'd see like from the movie Total Recall, where your skeleton appears on a screen for security. The next-generation Advanced Imaging Technology safely and quickly screens passengers for metallic and non-metallic items without physical contact.Viterbo graduate honored with her name placed on recital hall
Nola Starling stands with her family at the renaming of the Viterbo recital hall in her honor The hall was renamed Sunday in honor of Nola Starling Ratliff, who attended Viterbo when the building first opened in 1971. Kourtney's gift also includes a scholarship in memory of popular Viterbo instructor Sister Thea Bowman, who taught Nola in the 70s.Being a female Hmong professional
A local group is trying to make La Crosse a more inclusive and welcoming place to live, work and play. Part of The Greater La Crosse Area Diversity Council's mission is to strengthen our community by promoting and cultivating diversity, access, inclusion and equity through collaborative projects and programs.UW-L men's T&F looking for the three-peat at the NCAA championships
Josh Buchholtz is going to have a busy weekend. It's something the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse men's track and field coach is pretty used to, though.Lower speed limit proposed on Losey Boulevard
Losey Boulevard is considered a connecting road bringing traffic between Highways 16 and 14. It carries high amounts of semi traffic and speeding drivers, creating problems for homeowners in the area. "And it never used to be like this," Koby said.Community braves rain for Family Fun Fair
Area families braved the rainy weather and headed to Veterans Memorial Park in La Crosse for the 16th Annual Riverside Family Fun Fair. Traditionally held at Riverside Park, the fair moved locations this year to partner with the FLW Fishing Tournament in town.Former CNN Senior Copy Editor hosts authors workshop
John DeDakis is the former CNN Senior Copy Editor for "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." He became a novelist after retiring from CNN four years ago.Missing La Crosse man found dead in Mississippi River
The body of a La Crosse man who went missing in the Mississippi River earlier this month was found Thursday afternoon. Houston County Sheriff Mark Inglett confirmed the body of David Reckase, 29, of La Crosse, was recovered in the backwaters of the Mississippi River.La Crosse, Shelby discuss map options
Following years of disputes over a number of key issues, the City of La Crosse and the Town of Shelby continue to hash out plans for the future of the cities. La Crosse City Council members, Mayor Tim Kabat, city planners and leaders from the Town of Shelby are collaborating as part of continued discussions aimed at reaching a consensus on a revised map between the two cities.Wisconsin's Stefan Leads Day One of FLW Tour on Mississippi River Presented by Evinrude
Stefan will bring a slim 2-ounce advantage into Day Two of the four-day event that features 160 of the world's top bass anglers competing for a top cash award of up to $125,000. Pro Matthew Stefan of Junction City, Wisconsin, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 18 pounds even Thursday to sit atop the standings after Day One of the FLW Tour at the Mississippi River presented by Evinrude.Indiana doesn't La Crosse criminal, who made news here years ago for crashing into Burger King
Judge Scott Horne says police there have changed their minds about trying to take Kiara Kiesow back to Indiana for violating her probation on meth possession charges. Last week, Kiesow had agreed to be transported back.Storms produce weak tornadoes in SE Minnesota, W Wisconsin
The National Weather Service says storms that swept through southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin on Wednesday included three weak tornadoes but caused no injuries. The weather service office in La Crosse says two EF0 tornadoes with winds of 65 mph touched down in Wabasha County of Minnesota.Salvation Army honors two with Red Shield award
The Salvation Army is celebrating service. They're honoring Brad and Lynn Sturm with their Red Shield award for making a significant impact on the La Crosse community.UW-Parkside seeks funding support
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside hopes for encouraging news from the state legislature next week in Madison as university officials lobby for funding to support their mission. The Joint Committee on Finance meets Tuesday to discuss a variety of appropriations impacting the University of Wisconsin System for the state's 2017-19 biennial budget.
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