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About: la crosse, wisconsin

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.

Population: 51840
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

Zip Codes associated with la crosse, wisconsin: 54601 54603
Towns/Cities near la crosse, wisconsin : Onalaska French Island Holmen West Salem Trempealeau Bangor Rockland Sparta

La Crosse News
Interior priority before finalizing exterior in $49 million La Crosse Center renovation

There's still lots of work to be done on the plans for renovating the La Crosse Center, before the final green light comes on. Artist renderings of a large overhang jutting out into Riverside Park have attracted the public's attention, but Olson was among the center representatives giving a progress report to the La Crosse park board on Thursday.

La Crosse students' art featured at Pump House

Students at Logan and Central working in art class before featuring their work at the Pump House. Then you realize the art was created from high school students at both Logan and Central and it becomes that much more impressive.

La Crosse police's long-running D.A.R.E. program sees 77 more graduate

They became D.A.R.E graduates Wednesday, 77 fifth graders from Coulee Montessori and Northside Elementary schools in La Crosse. The community-funded class is led by La Crosse officer Kurt Weaver, who said the program isn't simply giving info on drugs.

58th Annual Honor Student Banquet

The 58th Annual Honor Student Banquet was held this evening at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse student union. The event honors area high school students that will be graduating in the top five percent of their class.

Taylor gets 16 years in prison for shooting, but still denies being gunman

Damon Taylor avoided a trial for a local shooting by taking a plea in February...but he still insists he did not shoot Jon Burch at a south La Crosse house. Taylor has been sentenced to 16 years in prison today, for his part in an exchange of gunfire last April, while police were watching the house.

La Crosse area businesses learn how to be part of Foxconn construction

One of the many arguments against the state's large investment in Foxconn was the rest of Wisconsin would pay for something that only benefits the area around the plant. But, building that plant is precisely where the impact comes, says Allen Ware, vice president of M+W Gilbane and construction manager for the project.

La Crosse Woman says Women's Fund gave her the fuel to pursue her passion

The Women's Fund of Greater La Crosse works to impact attitudes and actions that provide lasting positive change in women.Whether it's helping a woman pay her rent or providing money for college the Women's Fund looks for ways to help women become self sufficient. A La Crosse woman says without help from the Women's Fund she would barely get by and never have the chance to pursue her dreams.

Hefty reconstruction price throws a wrench in planned La Crosse Street fix

There's a change of plans for La Crosse Street reconstruction. Earlier this year, the mayor announced plans to fix the connecting highway with money from the City's 2019 capital budget, but higher than expected prices will slow that process.

Snow emergency 9 a.m. Wednesday, all-day alternate-side parking rules back on

Due to the impending severe weather predicted to hit La Crosse, the city has issued another 48-hour Snow Disposal Period beginning at 9 a.m. Alternate-side parking will be in effect the entire time, meaning cars will have to be on the even side of the street Wednesday and Friday and the odd side of the street Thursday.

A 300-pound La Crosse man attacks his wife and a barber over suspected affair

With three children in the car, a 300-pound man allegedly attacked his wife on the way back from a waterpark trip in Wisconsin Dells. La Crosse police say Matthew Vinson suspected that his wife was cheating on him so he hit her in the face while they were riding home from the waterpark Saturday - her three young children in the back seat.

La Crosse man, down to a speedo, gratifying himself in ceiling at...

The 37-year-old told police he was looking for a "big puzzle box in the sky" and also hoped to find "something awesome like Narnia," according to the report. A Bridgeview staffer called police when they found ceiling damage.

April snows delays start for street projects in La Crosse

That means the city is in a pinch this year to get a longer-than-usual list of projects done. Streets Superintendent Mike La Fleur said April snows have his crews playing catch up.

La Crosse comedian says laughter helped her through dark childhood

The name Lisa Olson may be familiar because Lisa is a member of the comedy improv group Heart of La Crosse but Lisa says an abusive childhood forced her to find a way to cope. She found that outlet in humor.

Caledonia High School student finds stability

His perseverance in the face of that kind of uncertainty has led to hard-won success - and his recognition as Caledonia High School's Above and Beyond honoree this year. Since he was about 5, Kerrigan, his older brother and younger sister have been in the foster care system, he said.

Emergency snow disposal period begins in La Crosse

After years of unuse, the city of La Crosse now has utilized a snow emergency ordinance to declared a 48 hour snow disposal period twice in the same month. Starting at three o'clock Sunday afternoon, the city's Superintendent of Streets declared a 48 hour snow disposal period.

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As of 4 am, am, much of the area remained in a lull in the snowfall, but snow was on the increase across areas of central into north-central Wisconsin and parts of southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa. Most new snow totals since midnight have been an inch or less.

Park City hires new business development specialist

Park City Credit Union has announced the hiring of Sarah Smith as business development specialist. Smith will be responsible for building new and existing relationships with small businesses, communities and local stakeholders to ensure a healthy, economically prosperous Northwoods area.

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