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La Crosse welcomes new paddleboat "America"

Wednesday, 23 August 2017
La Crosse welcomes new paddleboat "America"

New paddlewheeler 1 of 5 coming to La Crosse this summer

Trump blames media for condemnation of comments on Virginia

Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Trump blames media for condemnation of comments on Virginia

In comfort of fervent fans, Trump resurrects free-wheeling 2016 campaign style, pinging insults at p...

Wisconsin finance committee selling Senate on $3 billion for Foxconn

Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Wisconsin finance committee selling Senate on $3 billion for Foxconn

Many lawmakers expressed skepticism during meeting Tuesday 

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Holman Man Pleads Not Guilty To Porn Charges

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A Holmen man charged this month with owning a massive stash of

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Council Talks Segways One More Time Thursday

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It's been bit more of a battle to start a business in La Crosse than Erik

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Suspect Named In Calmar Bank Robbery

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A suspect in an Iowa bank robbery has been named but not found. Police say

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Tavern League Gives Back To Local Commuinities

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May is Tavern Month and the members of the Tavern League of Wisconsin encourage Wisconsinites to stop at their local tavern to celebrate. Established in 1953, Tavern Month is celebrated each May coast to coast. Wisconsin’s on premise retailers employ 90,000 people and pay over $1,700,000,000 in wages with over $4 billion paid in state and federal taxes. Just as important as the economic impact are the charitable donations made by Tavern League members. Locally, the Lacrosse City/County Tavern League donated $879,610 to 475 charities in 2014. Today, the league donated $1000 to each local park and rec and $1500 to Crimestoppers for benches to placed around the community.

 

 

 

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Shelby Looks At Sick Leave Policy

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What good is having sick leave benefits if you never get sick?  While

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Exchange Students Come Here With A Price Tag

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As the leading English-speaking host country of foreign exchange students,

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What's Coming Down To Make Way

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Some buildings in the way of La Crosse's first roundabout may come down yet

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Library Asks For A Little Help

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It's not just people living in La Crosse who use the city's three

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Scream For Your Finals

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If it's May, and you see U-W-L Chancellor Joe Gow holding a bullhorn, you can

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GOP Says Convention A Time To Refocus

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The Republican Party of Wisconsin will host its 2015 State Convention in La

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Ryan needs to be accountable to constituents too

23 August 2017

Serving as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives is no doubt a difficult job. It can be hard to get lawmakers of divergent political views to come together...

The Eagles were national football champs, 25 years ago

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

The UW-L football Eagles took the NCAA Div. III championship in the fall of 1992, seven years after becoming national champions in the NAIA. Coach Roger Harring won a "Coach...

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