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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
City moves towards two hour parking standard downtown
All parking, all two hours. A change approved for downtown La Crosse by the city's board of public works on Monday.Wisconsin DOT halts north-south corridor study
The study, which has cost the DOT nearly $1.3 million is part of a nearly twenty year effort to connect Highway 53 near the La Crosse marsh from the northern areas to downtown La Crosse. The La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce says its been well known for years the funding to support the project simply wasn't available.Onalaska middle schooler finds Oktoberfest medallion
Twelve-year-old Aidan Myhre of Onalaska was helping his step-dad look for the medallion on Friday at Chad Erickson Park, near the Trane Company offices in La Crosse. Aidan says he saw a shiny object on the ground, and didn't know it was the prize from the treasure hunt.E. coli sent six children to hospital in La Crosse
Eight have been infected in La Crosse, including six children that ended up in the hospital in an outbreak of E. coli in La Crosse. The La Crosse Health Department continues to investigate the outbreak.Unusual heat continues in Wisconsin
There were no 90 days in July or August but official records show there have been three 90+ days in September with another hot day expected on Sunday. The high will be the third in a row to land in the record books, breaking the record that has been standing since 1935 .La Crosse woman unexpectedly reunites with longtime friend after 30 years
Charlene Purnell lives in La Crosse with her husband and two children. A retired Army veteran, Purnell settled in the area with her family after years of service.More
The La Crosse County Democratic Party hosted the rally. Speakers discussed gerrymandering, Voter ID laws, and the importance of ensuring a fair vote.View Press Release
Riverside Corporate Wellness Holds Grand Opening in Lacrosse, WI. The $2 million facility is the first of a network of health and wellness facilities directed at employees of companies big and small, and carries with it the reality of healthier, more productive employees and lower health care premiums.Man has life-threatening injuries in two-vehicle vs. deer crash
A Florida driver has life threatening injuries when his van is hit by a deer that had just been struck by another vehicle. It happened between Tomah and Warrens on County Highway O near Briarwood Avenue around 7:30 p.m. Thursday evening.Two-mile trail in upper Hixon Forest now open
Last fall, nearly a dozen leading construction companies announced support to help the city of La Crosse build a hiking trail in Hixon Forest. Those construction companies joined the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and La Crosse's park dept.Annett Hall gets $900,000 renovation; first major alteration since it opened in mid-70s
While the La Crosse Center downtown is getting headlines for a remodeling that could cost roughly $42 million, a smaller performance hall in town has gotten its first true makeover, since it opened more than 40 years ago. A five-month renovation of the Annett Recital Hall on the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse campus will be completed this week.Trane Park Project seeks playtime for all
There's a vision to create a new park in La Crosse that everyone can use regardless of ability. The Trane Park Project is currently seeking donations and interest as it targets an opening date in the next few years.Northside gets $10,000 donation to help troubled children
The Franke Foundation gave the school $10,000 to help reach a goal that students succeed at school and overcome adverse childhoods. The school will be designated a trauma-informed school, where staff will be trained in techniques to help children who are experiencing things like abuse, neglect or mental illness.Is Montucky the new hipster beer?
Jeremy Gregory and Chad Zeitner wanted to put their home state of Montana on the beer map so they created Montucky Cold Snacks , a simple lager with a funky name that's gaining momentum with hipsters, outdoorsy folk and people who prefer or occasionally prefer a lighter-tasting beer. "It's a low key, easy beer about outdoor culture and having fun," says Gregory.Wisconsin trees may have less vibrant fall colors this year
With the first day of autumn right around the corner, experts predict recent weather conditions in Wisconsin could mean fall colors will be less vibrant. Colleen Matula, a forestry specialist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Ashland, said forest health, temperature, precipitation and cloud coverage can all affect how quickly leaves turn color and how vibrant that color is.North La Crosse McDonald's returns
Just about the same location, but a completely new restaurant. The North La Crosse McDonald's will re-open at five in the morning, September 21. With that opening comes a lot of new technology.La Crosse could be new home of country music festival
A new country music festival could begin taking shape in the Town of Hamilton, pending a final vote from the La Crosse County Board on Thursday night. Country Boom LLC would bring the festival to the area with the goal of attracting big names in country music.
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