Jim Goodman: Republicans, in the wake of the Capitol invasion, now call for healing and unity, despite their longstanding willingness to aid and abet Trump’s tactics.
Some of La Crosse’s biggest landlords are financially backing Jessica Olson’s mayoral candidacy.
Input is being sought from the public on possibilities for civilian oversight of police in La Crosse County. Click through for details on the survey and a link to participate.
Memory’s power is one of the central themes in Ta-Nehisi Coates’s fictional debut.
Mike McCabe: The state of our state government is paralyzed. This political paralysis leaves Wisconsin stuck in a rut and more directionless than it has been in a very, very long time.
Driftless Young Farmers Coalition: We envision a different future for agriculture…and we need the active participation of the USDA to create it.
On this episode of The Indy, the team discusses the storming of the capitol, La Crosse’s mayoral candidates, and the city’s open container laws.
Democrats have the power to raise the federal minimum wage for the first time in 11 years. The arguments in favor of doing so are overwhelming.
Attendees at Wednesday’s “coup klux klan” included a tech CEO, a woman who flew in on a private jet, and a group who relaxed at the four-star Grand Hyatt after the day’s events.
Who could be better qualified to serve as a fact-checker in this age of misinformation than La Crosse County GOP Chair Bill Feehan?