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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
Kids living near Fire Station #4 in La Crosse got to wash the fire department's newest truck on Saturday, and push it into the Gillette St. station. The new "Engine 4" bears the name of Engineer Donald Asselin, who served 16 years with the LCFD until shortly before his death in 1997.Park board hears complaints about fees from boat owners
Thursday, the board invited comments about a new licensing agreement for houseboat owners. La Crosse boat users have plenty of concerns about a proposed license agreement for keeping boathouses on docks.City painting no parking zones yellow again
Those heading to downtown La Crosse may see something on the curbs that hasn't been there in years -- fresh paint. The city, late last year, settled on a plan to paint curbs again, after a hiatus of more than a decade.Federal task force to look into nationwide drug shortage
A drug shortage, which started in 2011, has peaked according to Gundersen Healthy System's Jolene Garrett, the director of hospital pharmacy in La Crosse. Garrett says it means a lot of behind the scenes work to make due.Get a taste of the Mediterranean in the Coulee Region
You can travel to the Mediterranean without leaving the Coulee Region. St Elias Mediterranean Fest is this Sunday.Handcrafted woodwork helps parents heal
Some may call it a forgotten skill. Some learned it in shop class in school and some do woodworking as a trade or hobby.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.More
For many of us, a car is just something that gets us from A to B. Some vehicles, however, are works of art that inspire passion among their owners. The Minnesota Triumph Sports Car Club picked La Crosse to host the Vintage Triumph Register National Convention this week.Study to create fair housing opportunities in La Crosse, Monroe Counties
The City of La Crosse along with La Crosse and Monroe Counties, La Crosse County Housing Authority, the City of La Crosse Public Housing Authority, the Tomah Housing Authority, and the Monroe County Housing Authority is preparing a fair housing study known formally as an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice. Residents and representatives of all backgrounds attended Tuesday's public meeting sharing thoughts of what is lacking in fair housing in the area.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.TWEET
Anglers who fish the Mississippi River between Prescott, Wis., and the Iowa border can take an online questionnaire about what they think about existing bag and size limits on that stretch of the river and their reactions to potential regulation changes. The online questionnaire is part of a multi-state review by Wisconsin and Minnesota natural resources departments of size and bag limits on the Mississippi River flowing between the two states.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.
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