La Crosse, WICBS 58

Heavy rain causes flooding in La Crosse

LA CROSSE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Heavy rains made for some headaches for those throughout La Crosse Tuesday morning, July 27. Temporary street flooding throughout the city caused water to pool onto roads. Residents also experienced flooding in their yards. Some cars were stalled after attempting to drive through high...
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Tomah, WILa Crosse Tribune

National Night Out returns returns to Tomah Aug. 3

Monroe County emergency services personnel are looking forward to connecting with the public during this year’s Monroe County National Night Out Aug. 3 in Tomah’s Winnebago Park. There is no charge to attend the event scheduled from 4-8 p.m. While last year’s event was cancelled due to crowd concerns because...
La Crosse County, WIWEAU-TV 13

La Crosse County launches survey on future of farmland

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) - La Crosse County officials want the public’s input on the future of farmland in the Coulee Region. A survey is giving residents the chance to speak out on how they would like to see farmland preserved in La Crosse County. County Planner Charlie Handy says...
Monroe County,

Monroe County Fair attendance nearly doubles from 2019

The Monroe County Fair concluded Sunday afternoon following five days packed full of action and beautiful summer weather. After the fair was cancelled last year due to the COVID pandemic, the Monroe County Ag Society (MCAS), promoters of the fair were pleased that attendance nearly doubled from 2019. The fair...
Monroe County, WIWEAU-TV 13

Monroe County Health Department offers well-water testing

SPARTA, Wis. (WEAU) - The Monroe County Health Department is offering well-water testing for private wells. According to a release from the Monroe County Health Department, residents who want to get their private wells tested for nitrates and bacteria can pick up sampling bottles from the Monroe County Health Department. When water samples are collected, residents can take them to the La Crosse County Health Department Laboratory to be tested. The Monroe County Health Department added that testing is available at other labs as well, and to contact the department at 608-269-8666 for more information on those locations.
La Crosse County,

COVID cases rising again in La Crosse

The pandemic is not over, says La Crosse County. Even though 60 per cent of county residents have been fully vaccinated, the number of local COVID cases is starting to rise again. The county health department is again urging people who have been vaccinated to wear masks in public, continue...

Progress on Wilton Dollar General

Construction on the Dollar General store in Wilton is well on its way. The Stevens Point engineering firm Point of Beginning presented design plans to the village board in February. The 130-by-70-foot structure is being built on the west side of the intersection of Hwy. 131 just up from Hwy....
Wisconsin StateWinona Daily News

OLSEN, Case No. 2021 PR 128

STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT LA CROSSE COUNTY Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 2021 PR 128 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DOUGLAS A. OLSEN, deceased PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth OCT. 16, 1965 and date of death June 20. 2021 was domiciled in LA CROSSE County, State of WISCONSIN, with a mailing address of 1226 Denton St.. La Crosse. WI 54601 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent's estate is November 3, 2021 5. A claim may be tiled at the LA CROSSE County Courthouse, 333 VINE ST.. LA CROSSE, WI 54601, Wisconsin, Room 1201. Form completed by: Atty. Ronald J. Quillin Address: 1206 Caledonia St La Crosse, WI 54603 Telephone: 608-784-8100 Bar Number: 1014395 DATE SIGNED: July 21, 2021 Electronically signed by Nicole R. Schroeder Probate Registrar 7/26 8/2 8/9 LAC83501 WNAXLP.
La Crosse,

La Crosse then and now

UWL grad’s photo project shows city through the decades. A photo might say a thousand words, but rarely does it capture how a community has changed over 100 years. “I thought it would be interesting to see how these locations have changed, or haven’t changed, from ‘then’ to ‘now,’” says Graw, who majored in marketing and minored in art, with an emphasis in photography and graphic design. “I grew up in the La Crosse area, but I had never really paid much attention to the city’s many historic buildings and landmarks.”
La Crosse,

La Crosse Center gets $2 million in COVID grant money

Thousands of businesses and entertainment venues around the U.S. have been applying for billions of dollars in pandemic relief money from Washington. The La Crosse Center has qualified for close to 2 million dollars in a Shuttered Venue Operators Grant. Art Fahey, the center director, says the city council has...