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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
Municipal judge issue comes back to Onalaska council tonight
Onalaska's police chief resigned suddenly, the fire chief announced he'd be retiring soon and the municipal judge has been under pressure to resign. Tonight, the council might cast a vote of 'no confidence' in Judge John Brinckman, who has said the handling of traffic tickets for Onalaska is not one of his specific duties.After Macy's, other potential property tax refunds could be coming in La Crosse
First it was Walgreens. Then Macy's. And more big retailers could be in line for settlements with the city of La Crosse over property tax assessments.Building facade compromise with city hall may point the way forward for downtown La Crosse
A compromise on the look of a downtown La Crosse building may show the way forward for property owners in the future. Last week, La Crosse's city council granted Grounded Specialty Coffee owner Maria Norberg an exception from historical restrictions on what she could do with the front of her building on Main Street.With one of three centers in Wisconsin, La Crosse County watching state's juvenile justice plan
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is hoping the state Senate will pass a juvenile justice makeover, which has already gone through the Assembly. But, it's not just Walker who is watching what the Senate does.Regional forensic festival allows students to flourish
Hundreds of area high school students gathered at the University of La Crosse on Saturday to put it all on the line in front of judges. 29 area high schools sent in their best and brightest, creating a total of more than 300 students in attendance for today's regional forensic competition.Veterans explore benefits at Bonanza in La Crosse
Rick Coffin, mentor coordinator for the La Crosse Area Veterans Mentor program, said vets are there for many reasons. Some just to make connections.La Crosse's Deke Slayton Airfest called off again
The air show at the La Crosse Airport is only held during years when an elite flying team is available. Tess Larsen with the Airfest told WIZM the organization could not line up either the Blue Angels or the Thunderbirds for 2018.La Crosse steel company concerned over tariffs
A La Crosse steel company says they are worried that President Trump's imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum will create uncertainty and raise prices. "...material prices have already gone up this year.Judge Bjerke will not recuse himself for Kendhammer sentencing
La Crosse County Judge Todd Bjerke says lawyers for convicted murderer Todd Kendhammer have not given "any articulable reason" for him to withdraw from the sentencing hearing tomorrow. The defense asked this week for Bjerke to recuse himself, claiming media coverage of the case was biased against Kendhammer, and that the judge was being too helpful to reporters.UW-La Crosse students and alum create motivational artwork
No matter how much you love your job, you will probably experience the case of the Mondays, not feeling motivated. Employees at a local real estate company won't have that problem thanks to artwork of students and alumni of UW-La Crosse.La Crosse diocese terminates employee pension plan
The bishop of the Diocese of La Crosse has informed hundreds of current and former employees they won't be getting all the pension benefits they were counting on for their retirement. In a letter to members of the Lay Employees' Retirement Plan, Bishop William Patrick Callahan says the diocese is terminating the pension plan, which was frozen in 2007 and had been underfunded for years.UW-La Crosse celebrates International Women's Day
Thursday is International Women's Day and you can celebrate at UW La Crosse. Lois Gilbert and Cristina Kovatch joined us on Daybreak to preview the event.Economist: Hard to find disagreement that tariffs aren't good for trade
There are not too many dissenting views among economists on the plans of president Trump to slap import duties on aluminum and steel. "I'm trying to think of a single economist that I know that would have a different opinion on the topic," UW-La Crosse economist Adam Hoffer said.Mayo in La Crosse losing its two highest-ranking executives
Johnson, who was with Mayo in La Crosse eight years, leaves the regional vice president for southwest Wisconsin in September to a full-time practice as a doctor of muscle and skeletal specialties. Kruse plans to retire at the end of the year as the regional administration chairman for Mayo Clinic Health System in the southwest Wisconsin region to spend more time in La Crosse with family and pursue outside interests.Nutrition top priority at Hamilton
Students at Hamilton Elementary in La Crosse were served their standard healthy breakfast Tuesday morning. Only this time, it was served up by the La Crosse Fire Department.County solid waste department to make cuts
County administrator Steve O'Malley told a county committee Monday that a deputy director position that oversees most solid waste operations can be dropped once a full-time director is hired. "Spread out responsibilities with some impact on taking on responsibilities, so some of the lower paid positions will receive some recognition but that should save one full management position for an entire year," O'Malley said."Before the After" helps prepare an action plan for loss
Aging is a natural part of life and a La Crosse organization says making a plan for the unexpected can make the loss of a loved one easier. Causeway Caregiver's "Before The After" provides planning sessions to help create an outline of an individual's desires after their passing.WEDC grant supports Onalaska Performing Arts Center
Misty's Dance Unlimited provides opportunities for people of all ages and abilities in the La Crosse area and with some help from the WEDC , they will expand their work. On Monday, the City of Onalaska received a $240,000 grant to support their new downtown performing arts center, across the street from the current Misty's Dance Unlimited.Wisconsin program helps those in criminal justice system
The La Crosse woman is set to graduate from Western Technical College in La Crosse this spring with a degree in human services. She wants to work with at-risk youth.Wisconsin mechanics start mobile bike shop
Two longtime La Crosse bike mechanics are responding to market shifts and are bringing their services to customers in the field by taking their shop on the road. The La Crosse Tribune reports that Blue Steel Mobile Bike Shop will begin offering services based out of a custom cargo van in the La Crosse area by appointment and at pop-up style events.
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