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Gov. Scott Walker is convinced that he did the right thing when he declined federal Medicaid expansion for Wisconsin, but he's taking legislative steps to... [Read More]
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Oh, puhhh-leeeeeze: After 17 students and teachers were slaughtered in a South Florida high school, one of the Sunshine State's U.S. senators insisted it was... [Read More]
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Sue Karpinski was at it again — out on a lake, dragon boat racing last weekend, when most people in the Coulee Region either stayed... [Read More]
The Tribune again is inviting people to send in stories of hope and resurrection for publication in the Easter Sunday paper — with a twist... [Read More]
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The Tribune has developed a tradition in recent years of inviting readers to submit stories of hope and resurrection to be published on Easter Sunday,... [Read More]
Dr. Angela Esquibel, a family physician at the Family Health Clinic at Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare, will talk about what's normal for children's bowel... [Read More]
Pooja Patel, a pharmacist at Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare, will discuss the potential of falling because of side effects of common prescription and over-the-counter... [Read More]
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The Salvation Army of La Crosse County fell nearly $150,000 short of the goal in its annual bell-ringing campaign, but the head of the corps... [Read More]
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Great Rivers United Way might have to cut allotments to member agencies because it is $85,000 short of its 2017-18 fundraising goal, but it already... [Read More]
Great Rivers United Way might have to cut allotments to member agencies because it is $85,000 short of its 2017-18 fundraising goal, but it already... [Read More]
More than 3,000 people are expected to be in La Crosse Feb. 22-24 for the 29th annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference, the country's largest educational... [Read More]
The Coulee Council on Addictions in La Crosse is recruiting people to be trained to coach people who suffer drug overdoses and go to hospitals'... [Read More]
Great Rivers 2-1-1 will mark National 2-1-1 Day on Sunday with a new service — a texting option to reach the 24-hour crisis and referral... [Read More]
More than 170 educators from the Coulee Region will receive Character Strong curriculum training from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Onalaska High School. [Read More]
Seven-year-old Kenzie Smith set an emergency room physician straight when he said her grandmother, Donna Bryan of La Crosse, would be be severely incapacitated if... [Read More]
I was fired up and ready to go — to borrow President Barack Obama's mantra and a small sample of the substantial speechmaking skills that... [Read More]
Mike Spinner's love of reading as a child carried over into adulthood and followed him into retirement, where he now tutors students so they can... [Read More]
Being born on Easter Sunday, Marbree Ustby had the miracle of life going for her from the get-go, bolstered by steadfast parents and a marvelous... [Read More]
The Franciscan Healthcare Auxiliary will host a book signing for Sister Malinda Gerke and her book, "Mary of the Angels Chapel: God's Answer to a... [Read More]
Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance will host an informational career night from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 21 at Tri-State's Regional Operations and Communications Center at 235... [Read More]
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