La Crosse Local Business
Thursday May 21 | via WKBT
Wisconsin State Senator Jennifer Shilling was named one of the "40 Most Interesting Women in Politics" by "The Washington Post" this week. Shilling represents the 32nd State Senate District which covers La Crosse, Vernon, Crawford and part of Monroe Counties. Comment?
Thursday May 14 | via WKBT
The event, which includes a 100+ mile motorcycle ride through the Coulee Region, will be held on Saturday, May 16 at 11:30 a.m. Johnson was diagnosed with Desmoplastic Small Round Cell tumors in 2013. He had his first surgery on his 10th birthday and has completed more than a year of very regular and intense chemotherapy and radiation. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Business Journal
AboutHealth, the statewide health care organization that includes Aurora Health Care and ProHealth Care, has added a blue-chip member in central Wisconsin: Marshfield Clinic Health System. Marshfield Clinic Health System will give AboutHealth broader reach across Wisconsin, said Dr. Jeff Thompson , chair of the AboutHealth board. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via WIZM-AM La Crosse
For some in the La Crosse area, there's been a constant mistrust of Burlington Northern and its rail construction plans through the city. Maybe for good reason. Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via MarketWatch
French cement giant Lafarge SA and Swiss rival Holcim Ltd. have agreed to sell several plants, terminals and a quarry in the U.S. and Canada, clearing the way for their proposed merger. European regulators, who had cleared the way for the merger in December, this month gave final approval to a series of asset sales in Europe to CRH PLC, which would make the Irish building-materials company the third-largest in the world behind the combined LafargeHolcim and France's Saint-Gobain SA. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via MarketWatch
French cement giant Lafarge SA and Swiss rival Holcim Ltd. have agreed to sell several plants, terminals and a quarry to resolve regulatory competitive concerns over their $25 billion merger, the Federal Trade Commission said Monday. Under the FTC approval, Lafarge is to sell to Continental Cement Co. Comment?
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