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About: la crosse, wisconsin

Incorporated in 1856, La Crosse is the largest city on the western border of Wisconsin. The city was given its name by Lt. Zebulon Pike in 1805 on an expedition up the Mississippi River. He recorded the name of the location as "Prairie La Crosse," the name coming from a game he saw Native Americans playing with sticks that resembled the French game of crozier or "la crosse." Today, La Crosse is home to a very diverse city that is known as a regional technology and medical hub thanks to its educational institutions.

Population: 51840
Local Newspapers: La Crosse Tribune
Local Sports Teams: La Crosse Loggers (Northwoods League) La Crosse Spartans (IFL)
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Viterbo University

Zip Codes associated with la crosse, wisconsin: 54601 54603
Towns/Cities near la crosse, wisconsin : Onalaska French Island Holmen West Salem Trempealeau Bangor Rockland Sparta

La Crosse News
Frels preparing to represent region on Wisconsin tourism board

Gov. Scot Walker has appointed A.J. Frels of the La Crosse County Convention and Visitor Bureau to the Wisconsin Council on Tourism. "We service a sounding board to help with the dept of tourism and help have some input at the state level, where tourism is heading," Frels said.

La Crosse police 'desperate' to fill crossing guard positions ahead of school year

La Crosse Police Captain Jason Melby said that's accurate in relation to filling crossing guard positions in the city ahead of the upcoming school year - a sometimes a hard job to fill. "It's a position that, you've got a couple hours in the morning, you've got a couple hours in the afternoon - and it breaks up the day," Melby said.

Parade of Homes tour kicks off in La Crosse

People considering building a new home or just appreciating looking through beautiful houses paid ten dollars to go around the La Crosse area to speak with the builders and get ideas. The event gives people a chance to think about what to consider when building a new home.

La Crosse pool season coming to an end

Northside Community Pool as well as Pettibone and Black River Beach are closing for the year this Sunday. With school starting and people leaving the area, the pools and beaches typically see a dip in attendance and thus close up for the year.

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AJ Frels is the Executive Director of the Convention and Visitors Bureau and on Friday was appointed by Governor Walker to the Wisconsin Council of Tourism along with two others from the Ashland and Washburn County areas. That council works with the state's department of tourism to help develop that industry.

Evers leads Democratic team to north La Crosse rally

Tony Evers, Democratic nominee for Wisconsin governor, and running mate Mandela Barnes share the stage at La Crosse's Pearl Street Brewery on Friday Democrats who want some of Wisconsin's top elected jobs arrived in La Crosse on Friday afternoon for a campaign rally at the Pearl Street Brewery. The Democratic Party of Wisconsin has sent the nominee for governor, Tony Evers, on a tour around the Badger State since Tuesday's primary.

Conservancy is happy to take your airport change

The Mississippi Valley Conservancy has placed a donation box near the TSA screening area at the La Crosse Regional Airport with the idea that flyers can leave spare change in the box instead of reclaiming it after being screened. Conservancy director Carol Abrahamzon heard about such boxes being used at other airports and wanted to try the idea here.

Hundreds lined up at Back 2 School drive

Over 1,000 kids went through the La Crosse Center on Wednesday picking up much needed school supplies to kick off the year on the right track. The annual Back 2 School drive through Salvation Army of La Crosse and Catholic Charities also offered a first day outfit and a haircut.

Mayor's wheel tax plan has some backing from Chamber of Commerce

La Crosse mayor Tim Kabat's proposed plans for a new wheel tax in the city to fix roads has the makings of a very contentious and divisive issue. But he has supporters for the plan - maybe none more prominent than the La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce.

Treated ash trees face removal in La Crosse

Even the treated ash trees face removal in La Crosse. The city's parks and forestry department is moving ahead with plans to assess and remove trees on boulevards that have been treated for emerald ash borer but have become infested and diseased anyway.

Kabat proceeds with La Crosse wheel tax plans, to propose legislation in September

An announcement from city hall on Tuesday says Kabat plans to introduce a measure next month establishing a wheel tax of $25 per eligible vehicle. Kabat's plan is to have the wheel tax sunset after five years.

Empowering youth through the first Legacy Keepers Trip

On Tuesday morning, 43 black, bi-racial and multi-racial middle and high school students left La Crosse for a one-week learning experience across the American Southeast called the Legacy Keepers Trip. In the City of La Crosse, 10% of students identify as black, and with only 193 of over 3,000 local businesses owned by minorities, the trip aims to empower students with a first-hand experience of the deep roots of African-American culture across the nation.

Bus driver shortages hitting home as school is about to begin

School is right around the corner and school bus driver shortages are becoming a major issue in Wisconsin and across the country. The nationwide bus driver shortage is being felt right here at home as local bus lines look to meet this challenge head on.

Ideas for moving lacrosse players statue to be discussed at City Hall

It's not as controversial as the Hiawatha statue in Riverside Park but the lacrosse players sculpture on Rose Street could be transported to a different location for safety reasons. City council member Andrea Richmond worries drivers causing a traffic hazard by pulling to the side of the road to look at the large 'welcome' sign.

UW-Oshkosh picked to repeat in the WIAC

Defending champion UW-Oshkosh was selected to win the 2018 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football championship, according to a preseason poll conducted by the league's eight head coaches and sports information directors. UW-Oshkosh returns eight defensive and six offensive starters from last year's team that captured its second WIAC title in three seasons and 10th overall.

Road acquisition for Riverside North development delayed

A final deal on acquisition of property to provide access to a major development in La Crosse has been pushed back. Monday, the city's Board of Public Works delayed action for at least a week on negotiations to acquire land to extend a road into the Riverside North development project, just north of Riverside Park.

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If you were outdoors at all over the weekend you probably experienced the heat and humidity, but you also probably noticed the extensive and extreme haziness in the sky. The weekend was full of ninety degree heat and high humidity.

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