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Past articles by David:

La Crosse cathedral begins restoration project

Since Spring 2019, the St. Joseph the Workman Cathedral has been in need of major TLC. → Read More

School district explores transition plan for in-person learning

Monday night, Dr. Engel shared the district’s plan to transition back to five-day, in-person learning. → Read More

Summit Elementary on French Island tests for PFAS

Summit Elementary School is now also asking teachers and students to drink only botted water as they test for PFAS. → Read More

United Way Emerging Leaders host diaper drive in La Crosse

The diaper drive kicked off today and runs through March 19 at several La Crosse area businesses. → Read More

Winona Main Street promotes Shop Local initiative

Customers can pick up a coupon sheet from any of the 21 participating downtown businesses or print it online. → Read More

Town continues to face new PFAS contamination cases

Back in November, the Town of Campbell also paid to test wells at their town hall, library and community center. → Read More

Army Reserve soldiers train in real-world medical care at Fort McCoy

Prior to deployment in the Middle East, soldiers spend time at Fort McCoy learning life-saving procedures. → Read More

Two La Crosse mayoral candidates advance to April election

The top two vote getters, Vicki Markussen and Mitch Reynolds, were confirmed late Tuesday night. → Read More

La Crosse mayoral candidate list pre-primary breakdown

Tuesday’s primary will narrow the race down to two candidates, before the winner is decided on April 6. → Read More

Four La Crosse police officers receive promotion

The Police and Fire Board approved the promotions this week, and a formal ceremony is set to take place in April. → Read More

Kindergartener receives Livesaver award from fire department

Liam was very modest about being called a hero, but his family says they are truly proud. → Read More

La Crosse bartender heads fundraiser to help victims of downtown fire

Two downtown La Crosse tenants receive some extra relief after losing their apartments to fire damage Monday night. → Read More

La Crosse FD awards Firefighter of the Year Tuesday

25-year department veteran engineer/EMT Bryon Stein was selected in the virtual ceremony for his positive impact. → Read More

Mayo Clinic hosts community vaccine forum for southwest Wisconsin

Health system representatives say they encourage all Mayo patients in to get vaccinated when able to do so. → Read More

Irishfest La Crosse co-sponsors nationwide St. Brigid’s Day Concert

The first of February serves as a day to honor prominent female saint, Brigid of Kildare. → Read More

Habitat La Crosse stresses affordable housing education in 2021

The committee’s major goal for 2021 is better education about affordable housing in the region. → Read More

La Crosse County holds public survey regarding law enforcement

The goal is to start a discussion about police accountability with all members of the community. → Read More

Debate over repeal of Wisconsin mask mandate

Senate Republicans in favor of the repeal cite the importance of reviving struggling businesses. → Read More

La Crosse schools kick off return to in-person learning

A return to the classroom for in-person learning for Northside Elementary parents has been a day of anticipation. → Read More

Iconic ice climbing park opens to the public

At about 600 feet above the City of Winona, the formations at the Winona Ice Park can be seen for miles. → Read More