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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
Governor, teachers' union leader differ on impact of WI school funding plan
Governor Scott Walker says his new budget provides more money than ever for Wisconsin school students...but some local teachers aren't happy with the plan. He was questioned about public and voucher schools by La Crosse teachers' union president John Havlicek, who says the funding plan would hurt public schools.Commodore banquet celebrates Riverfest's 35th year
It focuses on creating a family friendly environment while raising money for local groups and charities that volunteer at the festival, as well as future Riverfest events. Commodore Jeff Wieser and First Mate, Andrea Wieser were recognized at a social and dinner on Wednesday evening that took place a the Radisson Hotel in Downtown La Crosse.Health care fixes possible, Stanford scholars write
Rather than replace the Affordable Care Act, legislators should take steps to fix it, a pair of Stanford-affiliated scholars urge in a recent Foreign Affairs essay . The most glaring problem plaguing health care in America is its unreasonably high cost, write Sejal Hathi , a Stanford MD/MBA student and Bob Kocher , MD, a partner at Venrock who helped author the Affordable Care Act.La Crosse Police vent frustration over arrest of repeat offender
The term "cop speak" comes to mind. Very straightforward-'the suspect did this, the robber got away with an undisclosed amount of cash'-a very matter of fact statement.Sen. Shilling reacts to report on repealing prevailing wage costing taxpayers $336 million
The attempt by Republican lawmakers to finish off prevailing wage laws in Wisconsin sounds like more of the same for La Crosse state Senator Jennifer Shilling. "They're six years into this administration and we continue to see sort of this anemic effort to grow our economy and grow jobs in this state," Shilling said Tuesday, reacting to a new report that shows repealing the state's final prevailing wage laws will mean a hit to taxpayers of $336 million.Former La Crosse police dept. training officer weighs in on Castile verdict
There are lessons in the just-released dashcam video of the police shooting-death of Philando Castile in a St. Paul suburb last year. Dan Marcou is a former training officer for La Crosse's police department, and he suggests the key lesson is to do what police tell you.It's officially summer and forecasters predict warmer than normal months ahead
The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures above normal in La Crosse for the months of July, August and September. Ironically, this week has been cool compared with the first half of June.More
Business leaders from the La Crosse community gathered at Western Technical College to learn more about technology in the workplace from an industry expert. Tom Still, President of the Wisconsin Technology Council, stressed the importance of adapting to a technology-centered work environment.Guthrie back recruiting at UW-La Crosse
Mark Guthrie spent 19 years coaching track at UW-La Crosse before transitioning to UW-Madison and then to Central Michigan, but he said he always planned on coming back to the Coulee Region to retire. He led the Eagles to 22 national meets and 34 conference titles and now, he's in charge of gaining funds for the department.La Crosse schools focusing on progress, not results with new state system
La Crosse School District director of curriculum Michael Lichucki has large amounts of data to pour over every year to determine if the district is filling achievement gaps. Moving on from the defunct state program Student Achievement Guarantee in Education , Lichucki says he's more worried about progress than results.Fire Chief Gregg Cleveland talks about La Crosse
Gregg Cleveland's last day as La Crosse Fire Chief in June 30. Now, he has to decide what he'll do next. He'll give himself some time to make a decision, but he won't have to think about where he'll live.WEDC grant propels 108-year-old factory redevelopment
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, otherwise known as WEDC, will provide a $500,000 grant to renovate an out of use factory in downtown La Crosse. The 108-year-old La Crosse Plow building that has been vacant for the last 23 years, now has a chance to breathe new life into downtown La Crosse.Ashley Furniture announces major expansion at Arcadia plant
"If you're going to sell products, you gotta have it in warehouse," he said. "You can't deliver two or three weeks later you gotta deliver it now.Onalaska man, who hit 4-year-old in face, found with $170,000 cash, 8 lbs. weed
Police in Onalaska have discovered a 31-year-old man hiding several pounds of marijuana and more than $170,000 in cash. Kevin Humphrey was being questioned about allegedly hitting a 4-year-old girl in the face for scratching some furniture, when an officer found him carrying prescription pills and over a $1,000 in cash.Conservation program in La Crosse hopes to help people of all abilities
An environmental conservation program based in La Crosse plans to be one of the first in the nation to expand its work opportunities and environmental education program to people of all abilities. WisCorps at has hired someone with a visual impairment and another person with a physical disability to work on erosion control and planting in neighborhood parks, and building accessible gardens this summer, Wisconsin Public Radio reported .Summer needs for WAFER food pantry in La Crosse
The WAFER food pantry in La Crosse has been busy the last few weeks with parents struggling to figure out how to make up for meals that their children would otherwise get at school. "We've seen a lot more families with children coming in with school out," WAFER executive director Erin Waldhart said.Adaptive water ski clinic takes place Thursday
Volunteers from the River City Water Ski and Bethany Water Ski teams will offer an adaptive water ski event on Thursday at Airport Beach in La Crosse. This marks the third year of the event, which is free to participants.
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