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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
Hartman's Hardships Continue - For Now
Jamie Hartman came charging out of the gates onto the 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series as a true rookie, notched a 2nd-place showing in his first event and went on to finish among the top 12 four more times en route to ending up 13th in the B.A.S.S. Angler of the Year race. That qualified him to fish the Bassmaster Classic and left him just one point shy of winning the Rookie of the Year award.Festival chairman speaks about servant leadership to crowd at La Crosse library
A new group called LeaderEthics Wisconsin, formed by former Western Tech president Lee Rasch, held the event at the La Crosse library. It featured Festival Foods patriarch Dave Skogen, who said voters shouldn't just get complacent with the things happening in government.Mayor: 'Nothing personal' about booting council rep. from Human Rights Commission
In an extremely rare move, Mayor Tim Kabat replaced Jacqueline Marcou after she led the effort to block one of his nominations to the commission. Kabat insists it's nothing personal.Onalaska area man, who was charged in girlfriend's death in...
Now, 31-year-old John Marshall has died himself in another crash of a recreational vehicle. Marshall was killed over the weekend when his ATV crashed in Sawyer County.La Crosse airport wish list includes Dallas, Vegas and Orlando, as...
That service on Delta Air Lines went away a few years ago, but the La Crosse Regional Airport just got a $750,000 grant to resume flights to that market. "The further away you get from your current airport, the more expensive it is for an airline to fly that flight so, it's definitely a low-hanging fruit that we're interested in getting back to La Crosse," Torp.La Crosse Interstate Fair opens Wed. for 128th year
The fair has been held in West Salem, next to the speedway, since the late 1950s. Before that, it was put on for many years on what is now the east end of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse campus, in and around Memorial Field.Foxconn announces Eau Claire expansion, but La Crosse Sen. Shilling still critical
Apparently, that worked for Eau Claire, the soon to be home of a lab and innovation center as the giant, Taiwanese manufacturer is buying space downtown in a deal announced this week. "When we look at economic development, we look at new infrastructure coming into the community," Minor said.Fence gets the best of La Crosse man running from police
Authorities were called a little after midnight Sunday at a residence on George Street, where several men were yelling and apparently ready to fight. When police arrived, Lewko took off running.Area kids try their hand at crafting meals
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse started their Kids' Culinary Academy Monday. Students in sixth through eighth grade worked with chefs and dietitian to create delights and dishes.Thrown from hood of fleeing car, man in critical condition, after allegedly attacking girlfriend
A La Crosse woman escaped from her own home to get away from her boyfriend, only to have him jump on her hood and hold on for a few blocks before being thrown off. The call came into La Crosse Police around 3:40 a.m. Sunday to the 3000 block of South 31st Street.New facility up and running for Coulee Council on Addictions
It's been just over a year since the group decided on a new building, moving from its West Avenue location in La Crosse, where it was since 1979. Monday will be the second week in the new place.Goal is to have new La Crosse Center plan in 2 or 3 months
For anybody in La Crosse who thought last week's city council meeting killed the idea of expanding the La Crosse Center, Brent Smith says, think again. The Center Board president says the project is still on, but the board now has to figure out a new way to enlarge the civic center.More
Every July 14 is a chance to appreciate the classic meal and, in the Dairy State, anything with cheese is typically a fan favorite. "A food that brings you back to being a kid when your parents used to serve it to you and it would make you happy, then you get to go out and play with all your friends," Will Gaines, General Manager at Dublin Square Irish Pub & Eatery, explains, "it's something that would fill you up at the same time, and still be a nice hearty meal.What will the president say to Vladimir Putin?
The meeting between the president and Vladimir Putin was already complicated according to a UW-La Crosse political analyst. But Tim Dale says the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officials for interfering with U.S. elections makes it more so.Airport director mulls impact of potential new flight connections
The La Crosse Regional Airport received a $750,000 grant from the US Department of Transportation that will be used to try and establish new non-stop flight connections to four hubs, Detroit, Newark, Philadelphia and New York. Airport Director Clinton Torp said that could cut down on time-consuming connections.Facts about Friday the 13th
Studies show that an estimated ten percent of Americans are frightened by or uncomfortable with Friday the 13th. For some, even the number thirteen is avoided and thought to be unlucky.La Crosse airport receives six-figure grant to improve services to other cities
The DOT grant for La Crosse is $750,000. Among the other cities included in this group of grants are Lincoln, Nebraska; Sioux City, Iowa and Fairbanks, Alaska.
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