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La Crosse

(lə krôs), city (1990 pop. 51,003), seat of La Crosse co., W Wis., at the foot of high bluffs on the Mississippi, where the La Crosse and Black rivers meet; inc. 1856. Metal products, machinery, building materials, apparel, transportation equipment, and foods and beverages are made in La Crosse. A French fur-trading post was there in the late 18th cent. Later, the city had a thriving lumber industry. A campus of the Univ. of Wisconsin, Viterbo Univ., and a U.S. fish hatchery and experimental farm are in La Crosse. The city also has a zoo, an aquarium, and a historical museum.
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The La Crosse region has been the site of numerous significant economic development projects in 2017.
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The Badger Fund's $4 million commitment decision was made after an extensive period of comprehensive due diligence, fund manager training and assessment of the opportunity set in La Crosse and the surrounding region and is to be matched by private capital investment.
Since the La Crosse nuns began, they've prayed through a fire in an adjacent building in 1923, a flood in La Crosse in 1965, the flu and many storms.
The news release for Wednesday of National Public Health Week focused on the La Crosse Area Family YMCA and the organization's aim to provide local businesses with the resources and support to encourage employees to live healthier.
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James Connell--a pastor in the Milwaukee archdiocese, vice chancellor, a canon lawyer and a member of the arch-diocesan review board--reviewed La Crosse's abuse policy to prepare for meeting with Jerome Listecki, who was leaving La Crosse to become archbishop of Milwaukee.
If all goes as planned, American Transmission hopes to begin construction on the line between La Crosse and Madison in 20-15.
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