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Onalaska man dies in ATV crash in Sawyer County
John Marshall, 31, died in the crash on Maple Terrace Drive on the north side of Birch Lake in the town of Edgewater. The Sawyer County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call reporting the fatality at 6:20 a.m.Sawyer County Sheriff Douglas Mrotek said there were no known witness to the crash, which is
La Crosse Interstate Fair opens Wednesday in West Salem
In 1856, La Crosse became a city, populated by just 745 people. Two years later, it held its first official fair — an annual tradition that has continued for 160 years and now draws up to 15,000 people a day.
La Crosse police: After domestic attack, boyfriend in critical condition after fall from victim's car
A La Crosse man is hospitalized after he rolled from the hood of his girlfriend's car when she tried to escape him, according to La Crosse police reports.The 32-year-old man, whose name was not released, strangled and punched his live-in girlfriend about 3:40 a.m. Sunday, report stated.
La Crosse Family Video continues to thrive, as one last U.S. Blockbuster hangs on
But there are two Family Video stores in the area that are finding success, proving the good old days of 'please be kind rewind,' aren't entirely over
La Crosse Regional Airport hopes to turn grant into new non-stop destinations
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) --At the La Crosse Regional Airport, non-stop destinations are limited."We've done a lot of great things here at the airport to try to make the experience a great experience, but really flying is about getting to your destination and getting their quicker. That's why you're pa
Deaths of man, woman investigated in Kimberly
More News HeadlinesDowntown La Crosse shows residential growth: More than 2,500 residents in downtown districtLeaderEthics-Wisconsin holds Community ConversationWestern offers Law Enforcement Academy in SpartaWinona Symphony welcomes new Music DirectorKIMBERLY, Wis. (AP) - Police spent the weekend a
First half of summer packs record heat, humidity in La Crosse
Through July 15, this summer has been the fifth warmest in La Crosse, with an average daily temperature of 75 degrees. The warmest, 2012, was 76.1 degrees.
La Crosse Parlor Stories in the Castle
A fundraiser for the La Crosse Storytelling Festival is planned for Thursday, July 19 at 6:15pm at Castle La Crosse, 1419 Cass Street.The evening will feature delicious appetizers and desserts, wine, coffee, and stories by Michael Scott, Sara Slayton, August Ruprecht, and Terry Visger. Music will be
1 dead in Sawyer County ATV crash
At 6:20 a.m. Saturday, the sheriff’s office’s dispatch center received a 911 call reporting an ATV crash that occurred on Maple Terrace Drive, and the caller said the operator appeared to be dead.
Justin Road, Gillette Street bridges in La Crosse to see repairs this fall
“The Justin Road Bridge needs additional rip-rap. One of the storms eroded some of the banks where the abutment is, and then the Gillette Street is a hole in the slope paving,” said city engineer Randy Turtenwald.
Downtown La Crosse shows residential growth: More than 2,500 residents in downtown district
More than 2,500 people are living in downtown La Crosse and that number is growing. The trend towards more urban living is happening in communities across the country.
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.
From Tribune files: La Crosse Interstate Fair through the years
Lizzy Glandt, 12, a member of the Bangor Township 4-H club, coaches her border collie Caz during a practice for the Barn Hunt competition being introduced at the La Crosse Interstate Fair this week. Caz had to go through the hay bale tunnel at left to try to sniff out a 4-inch PVC pipe containing a
Teen at La Crosse Juvenile Center charged as adult for assaults
According to a criminal complaint, Hunter Turner smashed a cafeteria tray on a guard’s head then punched him multiple times Wednesday. He is also accused of punching another boy in the back of the head, causing a concussion. Turner told police he thought the other boy had been telling lies about him
Governor brings Harley ride to Onalaska
After going through La Crosse County, Walker and his group headed to Prairie du Chien and Mineral Point.Walker points out that this year marks the 115th anniversary of Harley Davidson...and even though the company has decided to move more production out of the U.S., he says he wants to see Harley co
Medical examiner shortage delaying La Crosse County death cases
"We investigate any death that is outside the hospital," said Tim Candahl, chief medical examiner of La Crosse County.
Lewis, Lee homer to spark win for La Crosse Loggers
There’s no denying that the La Crosse Loggers have been an offensive force in the Northwoods League after finishing the first half of the season on a rocky road.The statement continued to run true Sunday afternoon as the Loggers (11-2 second half, 28-20 overall) defeated the Thunder Bay Border Cats
La Crosse County committee OKs two-option road referendum
ROAD REFERENDUMHere is the wording for a November referendum approved Friday by the La Crosse County Board’s Executive Committee:The County has determined that an expenditure of $5 million per year is necessary to address unmet highway needs of $101 million. In April 2017, 55% of La Crosse County vo
Fun, food and 4-H: La Crosse Interstate Fair opens Wednesday
In 1856, La Crosse became a city, populated by just 745 people. Two years later, it held its first official fair — an annual tradition that has continued for 160 years and now draws up to 15,000 people a day.Officially becoming the La Crosse Interstate Fair in 1890, the five-day event, running Wedne
Steve Cahalan: Jersey Mike’s Subs may be coming to Onalaska
A building that local chiropractor Leo Bronston plans to construct in Onalaska may become the home of two restaurants, including Jersey Mike’s Subs, a fast-growing submarine sandwich chain based in New Jersey.The Onalaska Plan Commission has approved Bronston’s request for a conditional-use permit t