New policy allows transgenders to join military
No agencies in La Crosse were included
We tend to think of drug abuse as a young person's issue. But a new report finds that is not always the case. In fact, the report from the U.S....
The long-time voice of Midwest Family Radio in La Crosse is getting a major honor in the community...
Retired Midwest Family president Dick Record is one of four people named this year to receive the Pope John the 23rd Award from Viterbo University. Record came to La Crosse in 1971 to head WIZM-AM. Under Record, the company has expanded to own six radio stations in the La Crosse area. This year's other Pope John winners include Western Tech president Lee Rasch, and supermarket owners Phil and Barbara Quillin. The awards will be presented at Viterbo on May 29th.
An extra enforcement exercise by La Crosse police is already being considered
Attention drawn to Boston ahead of the upcoming marathon because of an
They're ready for the next two years...
La Crosse County supervisors elected two weeks ago have been sworn in, and voted to keep Tara Johnson in the chairman's seat. Johnson says board members have worked well together in recent years, and do a good job representing a diverse community. This month's election came a short time after the county decided to sell its administrative center, and started making plans to move departments to other buildings. Three incumbent board members were ousted, apparently in reaction to those county decisions.
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