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Decision today whether 19th century La Crosse building becomes parking lot

Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Decision today whether 19th century La Crosse building becomes parking lot

Commission to decide on whether to grant historic designation 

La Crosse County has most hwy. deaths in six years

Wednesday, 16 August 2017
La Crosse County has most hwy. deaths in six years

Five of the 10 have come since July 1 

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Thursday - September 10, 2015 12:00 am

Kabat introduces 2016 La Crosse spending plan

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Plan will add more than six police to the streets

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Gundersen has new hotel in the works

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Four new hotels are already planned in La Crosse. Gundersen Health System plans to build a fifth. The hospital is putting together plans for a new hotel and restaurant at Seventh Street and South Avenue, which is now a parking lot.

The city will consider a zoning change to pave the way for the hotel at meetings beginning later this month. It is not clear what type of hotel it would be, or how many rooms it would have as plans have yet to be submitted to city hall.  

Hotel and restaurant space was part of an updated redevelopment agreement between Gundersen and city hall a few years.  The long range vision of the plan is to foster growth and development of the neighborhood surrounding Gundersen.  Other plans include adding apartment buildings or condos and increasing access to the nearby waterfront, among many other things.

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Adding two police, however, not one of them

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Around 200-300 showed up to speak, listen, come together

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Wednesday - September 9, 2015 12:00 am

Should Wisconsin end its mandatory school-start date?

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One representative believes students should be back before Sept. 1

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Police abandon high-speed chase for safety reasons, catch speeder

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Man flew by police at 59 in 25 on motorcycle

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La Crosse schools' bus problem only slightly improving

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Parents getting concerned about children left at the road

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Street lights could bring families to southside neighborhood

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Powell-Park group held celebration of lights Wednesday

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Randall, accused of murder, fired attorney last week

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Powell Park gathering tonight to support youth

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Some students dedicating year to George Miller, who was murdered last month

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Politicians changing the rules to benefit themselves

16 August 2017

There are a number of quirky rules in our political system. Like the system of selecting judges. Under an arcane rule known as the “blue slip” members of the United...

Dueling sewer plans affecting the Valley View Mall project, 40 years ago

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

In August of 1977, Medary was proceeding with a bond sale that would allow the town to operate its own sewage treatment system, just as Dayton-Hudson was getting ready to...

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