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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
La Crosse council member suggests move to eliminate city Human Rights Commission
Gary Padesky loves the 25-foot Hiawatha statue in Riverside Park. The Commission is talking about asking the council to take it down.Onalaska rep. Doyle supports public defenders getting raise; hoping to jump from $40 to $100 per hour
But, if they're hoping to get it to take public defender cases, they may have to wait until the next budget cycle. Onalaska Assemblyman Steve Doyle practices law in La Crosse, and he's hoping some progress is made soon.More
The Bears in the Air program donated more than 200 new donated stuffed bears, monkeys, and even a unicorn to the Pediatric Unit at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse. Sue Lynch with the Bears In The Air committee said that they hope children can enjoy them when they're at the hospital.Search on for missing La Crosse sex offender
According to authorities, Casey Thibodeaux removed his monitoring bracelet at the La Crescent Kwik Trip on January 12 around 6:30 p.m. After doing that, he may have headed to the Kenosha or South Milwaukee area according to the Department of Corrections. When he was released from prison in July 2017, he was originally set to live in Genoa in Vernon County, but later came to La Crosse.Debate underway over Hiawatha statue in Riverside Park
The statue was designed and built by La Crosse art teacher Anthony Zimmerhakl in 1961. Council member Gary Padesky is in favor of keeping the statue.No high-speed rail, so Amtrak continues to study more stops
High-speed rail is a dead issue for now in Minnesota and Wisconsin, but increasing Amtrak service is still a transportation priority. The Minnesota Dept.Sparta man pleads not guilty to drug trafficking charges
A not guilty plea from a Sparta man to felony drug trafficking charges was entered in a preliminary hearing Tuesday. Prosecutors say 38-year-old Corydon Drake set up multiple marijuana growing operations in Colorado and brought large amounts - estimated at 500 pounds - to the La Crosse area to sell over the past three years.Six arrested in burglary, drug investigation in La Crosse
In a statement from La Crosse Police, investigators were looking into several burglaries in the campus area. Their work led to a home at 1018 Gillette Street.Free parking deal for MOSES decided by city committee today
What can $2,000 get you these days? In La Crosse, it could buy you free parking ... for three days ... in three parking ramps ... for anyone. That's the proposal getting a decision by the city's Board of Public Works at a meeting Tuesday morning.Agreements soon to be in place for new La Crosse harbor, extent of services still unknown
For now, fees look pretty much the same, says Myron Swenson, a longtime tenant at the harbor. And he's happy about having new docks.Police: Developing community relationships key to NRO program
Over the past four years, the City of La Crosse has taken a unique approach to community policing with their neighborhood resource officer program. Businesses like the Mayo Clinic Health System have recently donated large sums to aid those programs in the Washburn area and La Crosse Police are looking to add 2 more NRO's in the Powell-Poage-Hamilton neighborhood.Bill to require Wi DNR to alert owners if it discovered polluted water wells
If the state found a problem with a La Crosse's water supply, there is a chance the city wouldn't immediately be notified. Putting pressure on the Wisconsin Dept.Wisconsin high school has 17 sets of twins
In this Dec. 19, 2017 photo, Jessica Wideman, with her twin sister, Jennifer, left, gathers belongings from her locker before they leave school for the day at Lodi High School in Lodi, Wis. When they started kindergarten, their class had six sets of twins.Wx Alerts
A few accidents have already been reported. Snow accumulations so far have ranged from around 1 inch in the Rochester area to around 2 inches in the La Crosse area.More
Just last month, a Stoddard baker took home the cake in the finale of the Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship. When you walk past The Wedding Tree in La Crosse, two dresses on display look nearly identical.Wisconsin historical society works to preserve artifacts
La Crosse County Historical Society researcher Jeff Stolz was hard at work earlier this month restoring a green silk dress that a La Crosse woman had worn to President Richard Nixon's inauguration. Several large textiles, artifacts of La Crosse's bygone days, were rolled up to give him a place to work.Fire damages Schmidty's Restaurant in La Crosse
The La Crosse Fire Department was called to Schmidty's around 8:30 a.m. for a fire in the kitchen. When the department arrived, smoke was coming out of the roof of the building at 3119 State Road.
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