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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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La Crosse County has been borrowing about $2.7 millionannually in recent years to pay for new projects and keep up with rising materials costs and inflation, said Ron Chamberlain, La Crosse County highway commissioner.
According to the (https://www.cdc.gov/lac/index.html) Center For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), La Crosse encephalitis virus is transferred to a human being through the bite of an infected mosquito which is most active in the daytime.
In 1864, they moved to Jefferson, Wisconsin, and in 1871 to La Crosse. But then there was a new obstacle: La Crosse Bishop Michael Heiss didn't think the sisters were up to the task of maintaining a round-the-clock vigil; it would impose too great a burden on them.
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The cause of death for this patient was unclear, but after we reviewed the medical and death records, we did not believe it was directly associated with La Crosse virus infection.
Conley said La Crosse Solutions has also had to show it has technical expertise, can get insurance and is U.S.-owned and controlled.
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.
In La Crosse, the nuns estimate they've prayed for hundreds of thousands of people, including 150,000 in the last decade.
The company shared resources and manufacturing space with La Crosse Cooler at the company's headquarters in Onalaska, Wis.
The organizations that partnered to produce the learning event were Gundersen Health System, Scenic Rivers AHEC and La Crosse Promise, a community foundation.
AT THE La Crosse County Health Department in LA CROSSE, WIS., staff members stimulated local interest in National Public Health Week with a series of news releases on issues such as home safety, tobacco cessation, mosquito and tick awareness, physical fitness and healthy eating.