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Annual Big Bikes for Little Tikes benefit a big success for local family

A very successful benefit for a very lucky little girl. That’s the outcome for last weekend’s Big Bikes for Little Tikes ride through the Coulee Region. Hundreds of bikers turned out and, with final numbers in, organizers at 95.7 The Rock and the Rock Foundation said they were able to raise enough to send the […]

Game farm organization pushes back at plans for more CWD rules, claim cure is in reach

Far from being part of the problem, game farms might actually be the source of a cure for chronic wasting disease in deer. That’s the claim from Whitetails of Wisconsin board member Greg Flees. His organization says new directives from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to go after game farms to control the spread of chronic […]

Motorcycle races at Center tonight with track sprayed in Dr. Pepper syrup? Yup.

Hooligans taking over at the La Crosse Center tonight. Actually, the Open Hooligan class is just one of the 10 classes of motorcycles racing at 7 p.m. in the Center for the Mama Tried’s Flat Out Friday event. Hooligans are some of the bigger bikes. There are some really small motorcycles. But they all race […]

Emergency vote by La Crosse board will expedite fix for storm damage at Forest Hills

This week would typically mark the beginning of the season for Forest Hills Golf Course in La Crosse. The city-owned course may have to delay that start a little, depending on the severity of the winter storm this week. Then there’s the matter of the gaping hole in the golf course — not a water […]

Plan for huge indoor tennis court facility coming together for La Crosse

They’re just starting to put plans together for a domed tennis arena of sorts for La Crosse. But, Jared Flick, in the La Crosse parks and rec. department, says having an indoor facility for tennis is definitely a good idea for the city. The plans are for 24 total courts, likely at the Forest Hills […]

Only 6 times has boys and girls hoops teams won WIAA title in same season. Bangor looks to make it 7

The halls will be empty at Bangor schools today. The town might be empty, as well. The Bangor boys basketball team begins its half of a quest to achieve the almost unheard of in Wisconsin high school sports. Since 1976, when girls started going to a state basketball tournament, only six high schools have produced […]

City on track to re-up with group to run Forest Hills G.C. for another 10 years

A 10-year management agreement appears to be on the way for the group running the Forest Hills Golf Course in La Crosse. Late last week, a city council committee agreed to a plant that has Kemper Sports Management running the course through 2028. Among those supporting the lease arrangement are neighbors like Jeffrey George, who […]

Former UW-L player, coach now Packers GM

The Green Bay Packers new general manager has ties to La Crosse. Brian Gutekunst played football for two seasons at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, before a shoulder injury ended his career. He kept with the program afterward, and became a linebacker’s coach, which included in 1995, when the Eagles won a national championship. The […]

No minimum age limit on hunting in Wisconsin?

No young is too young for hunting, apparently. Not for lawmakers sponsoring a measure that would erase the minimum age for mentored hunters in Wisconsin. Those are the hunters as young as 10 years old, who go out with experienced hunters to learn the ropes. Currently, besides the minimum age of 10, the mentor and […]

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