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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
10 Destinations for Giant Pike
What better excuse for a road trip than the chance to chase giant pike. North America is blessed with a bounty of fine pike waters, and winter is an excellent time to sample some of these fisheries.Health insurance agents busy as federal deadline draws near
"Insurance can be complicated," Wanda Palmer, a health care navigator for Workforce Connections in La Crosse, said. "No dumb questions.What to do about La Crosse's native statues
Audrey Kader believes artworks with a historic or cultural theme are meant to represent history, not just the public's feeling at one moment in time. The former La Crosse city council member objects to calls for the large Hiawatha statue to be removed from Riverside Park.New memorial to recognize United States Cadet Nurse Corps
Louis Ferris is an active member of the La Crosse community, working with the Parks and Recreation Department to build war memorials in Veterans Freedom Park. His efforts have already built memorials honoring veterans from the Korean War and World War I. A memorial for Vietnam War veterans is currently in the works.More
Snowfall on Friday night left a thin white layer on the ground, but some local businesses depend on the snow and say that accumulation just is not enough. "We're a little bit slower than last year," said Kaleb Clark, Assistant Manager at Play It Again Sports.Badgers announce La Crosse native Kobe King out indefinitely
The Badgers made the announcement just before taking the court against Marquette on Saturday. All that's known is King has a knee injury.Santa Claus has come to town
The pair will be taking pictures and listening to Christmas lists until 3 pm Christmas Eve in downtown La Crosse. Families will find out if they are on the naughty or the nice list, and Santa will have a chance to spend some time with kids while they're awake.Controversy renews over Hiawatha statue
Controversy over Riverside's Hiawatha statue is again at the forefront of discussion following a contentious debate at the city's Human Rights Commission Wednesday. A debate over whether to remove the statue over racial insensitivity happened in the early 2000's and again in 2013.UW schools to track professor hours, tie state aid to university's performance, regents vote
Those measures were nearly unanimously passed by the University of Wisconsin System regents at its monthly meeting Thursday. The lone no vote was Tony Evers, who is running as a Democrat for the 2018 election against Gov. Scott Walker.Blanket drive helping stay warm this winter
This is the eleventh year that Gundersen's Department of Nursing and the Health System Auxiliary are collecting blankets for local community agencies. To donate, you can drop off blankets at both La Crosse and Onalaska locations along with Gundersen's regional facilities.'Native American' statues in La Crosse not so native?
Changing attitudes in society could lead to the removal of certain works of art in La Crosse, such as the Hiawatha statue in Riverside Park. Speakers Wednesday at a public meeting on art in La Crosse generally agreed that the Big Indian statue should be removed.La Crosse's Louie Ferris looks to honor nurses in next war monument fundraiser
La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat honors Louie Ferris for his efforts in erecting WWI Doughboy monument at Veterans Freedom Park last October. La Crosse Korean War vet Louie Ferris might be in his 80s, but he shows no signs of slowing down efforts to honor war veterans.Handmade toys donated to The Family & Children's Center
Two local men are giving back this holiday with homemade gifts. Scott Cooper and Kurt Grunwald made gifts for children benefiting from programs at the Family & Children's Center.Ona. state rep. Doyle skeptical of student loan forgiveness plans to add rural attorneys
Onalaska state rep. Steve Doyle, also an attorney, is skeptical of a new proposal from some state lawmakers to forgive student loan debt for new attorneys in order to get more legal minds out in the sticks.Jury selected, headed to scene Tuesday in first-degree murder case of West Salem man
After nearly a full day was needed to select a jury, the first-degree murder trial of Todd Kendhammer officially starts Tuesday in La Crosse. The 47-year-old West Salem, Wis., man is suspected of fatally beating his wife, while faking a highway accident to explain her injuries.La Crosse schools continue to work on challenging brightest
But the High Performance Learning program in the La Crosse School District keeps evolving. The program is designed to challenge gifted students.Bars trade big brand beer taps for more craft selections
Statistics from the Brewer's Association in 2016 showed that with 5,005 breweries in the United States, 99-percent are small operations run by independent craft brewers. "In the last couple of years, we've seen some craft beers and some local beers demand a position on our tap line," said Mike Gazely, Partner at Bluffside Tavern.
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