La Crosse Area Transit Advocates will celebrate National Transit Equity Day on Thursday by publishing results of its survey of mayoral candidates
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$2 million raised and spent for a $53,000-a year job
La Crosse-area politician sets record for most campaign cash in a state legislative election.
GameStop, COVID and Essential Workers
Why does our society value hedge fund managers more than workers who clean our hospital or feed our families?
Confronting Youth Homelessness in La Crosse County
In the 2018-19 school year, 237 La Crosse County students reported to staff that they were homeless. A local coalition of nonprofits has formed to work on finding solutions to the problem.
Will Sam Work For People Who Use Drugs?
Joella Striebel: When a certain mayoral candidate stopped by my house recently, we got to chatting about substance use concerns in La Crosse.
Konradt: City Should Not Give Tax Break to Ho-Chunk
La Crosse mayoral candidate Joe Konradt said “Indians” will have an unfair advantage if the Ho-Chunk Nation secures a property tax exemption at the River Point District site.
K.C. Cayo Launches District 9 Write-In Campaign
K.C. Cayo is running on a platform of stronger protections for tenants, reducing and reallocating police spending, and bringing queer representation to the La Crosse Common Council.
Mayoral Candidates Get Personal in Free Ope! Publishing Zine
You won’t want to miss Ope! Publishing’s free zine on the mayoral candidates, which offers a unique perspective on the election.
Against Vaccine Nationalism
Should we value the lives of lower-risk Americans over more vulnerable populations in other countries as we distribute COVID-19 vaccines?
The Indy: Listen Jack
Podcast: On the latest episode of The Indy, the team checks in with Joe, looks back on the Independent’s mayoral forum, and fact checks the fact checkers.