Oktoberfest opens in
In honor of Dr. Miller, event benefits La Crosse Public Education Foundation It’s a little more than a charity golf
Mayor hoped to add position for 2016 A new manager for La Crosse's parking utility probably will be put on hold. 
Delays could take days to iron out   The school year hasn't started smoothly for all students in the La Crosse
NFL 53-man roster cut deadline 3 p.m. Saturday In trying to make the Minnesota Vikings roster, Isaac Fruechte made
Full city council to vote on mayor's plan next week La Crosse mayor Tim Kabat will have to find some other windmill

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Legislation introduced challenging healthcare rates

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Legislation introduced challenging healthcare rates

Walker's insurance commish not doing the job

Former Tomah VA director now 'let go'

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Former Tomah VA director now 'let go'

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Mutual aid agreement to benefit all of La Crosse County

03 September 2015

Good things can happen when people, and communities, work together. That's why there is much excitement about a new mutual aid agreement being developed among fire departments in La Crosse...

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A return trip to prison for Justin Purdy...

The 22-year-old La Crosse man spent time behind bars for an armed robbery at an ice cream shop...and months after getting out, he robbed and pistol-whipped a teenager in Onalaska last summer. Purdy will now serve five years in prison for that holdup. Purdy apologized for the new crime and asked for a chance to be with his family, but Judge Elliott Levine says Purdy didn't seem to change his ways after his first time in prison.

 

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Watch What You Throw Away....Some May Be Illegal

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Warm temps this weekend may get some people to do some spring

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350 Expected At Chamber Honor Banquet

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Top honors for the areas top students.

The La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce

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Regent Smith Responds To Surplus Report

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So many questions about a fiscal report on the UW System. Regent Brent Smith

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Shilling Completes Area Budget Hearings

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State Senator Jennifer Shilling wrapped up local budget meetings this week.

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A series of so-called 'obituary burglaries' in Trempealeau County may have been solved with a couple of arrests...

Seth Furgason of Junction City was captured last week, and is accused of researching death notices in order to find houses to rob. One such burglary took place at a home near Whitehall, where guns and several chainsaws were stolen a few days after the death of the person who owned the items. Evidence connecting Furgason to the burglaries was found at a house in Wisconsin Rapids, where his girlfriend lives. The girlfriend has admitted to helping Furgason with the break-ins.

 

 

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There's No Stopping Trane After 100 Years

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A family business that started on La Crosse's riverfront in 1913 now employs people in over 50 countries a century later...

The Trane Company held its 100th birthday party back on the riverfront on Tuesday, at the La Crosse Center...with hundreds of local employees attending. The international president of the Machinists Union, Tom Buffenbarger, came to La Crosse for the event. He said the success of Trane, and its union workers, do not stop on an anniversary.  Other speakers also talked about a bright future for Trane, anticipating that the company can adapt to changes in science and living habits.  Buffenbarger toured a Trane plant in La Crosse, and met several workers who have been with the chiller maker for 40 years or more.

 

 

 

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Home Sales Growth Continues

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Apparently the cheaper homes were selling well in La Crosse

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 A back-up bridge plan agreed to more than four years ago in La Crosse

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