Scenes from the topping out ceremony at Folds of Honor
Davenport-based Lee Enterprises announced Monday it intends to transfer its stock exchange listing from the New York Stock Exchange to the Nasdaq Global Select Market.
In honor of the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company's 150th anniversary in 2017, the Chippewa Herald published a special commemorative section that looks back at the iconic Chippewa Falls brewery's historic and economic impact on the region.
Among the daily papers are the Omaha World-Herald in Nebraska, the Tulsa World in Oklahoma and the Winston-Salem Journal in North Carolina.
It looks like 2018 will be another challenging year for corn and soybean farmers.
The new owner of the Pizza Huts in La Crosse and Winona is replacing the Ward Avenue location with a new one in the former Radio Shack space in Shelby Mall on the South Side of La Crosse.
Each week, Tribune business columnist Steve Cahalan reports on the latest openings and closings in the La Crosse area.
Fred and Antoiwana Williams opened the basketball-themed Press Break drive-thru last week in front of LAXprint at 146 Rose St., serving panini sandwiches and soups.
After moving back to the area from Florida, Onalaska native Matthew Peterson expected to open Surf & Scotch men and women’s apparel and accessories sometime this weekend at 320 Pearl St. in downtown La Crosse. At press time, it wasn’t certain which day that would be.
ONALASKA, Wis. — Having quality employees, customer focus, a strong workplace culture and acquisitions have been key to the growth of the La Crosse Sign Co., which this year changed its name to La Crosse Sign Group in conjunction with its 100th anniversary.
The La Crosse-based MOKA coffee shop chain opened its seventh location — a drive-thru — last week in the Crosseroads Center shopping center along Hwy. 16 in Onalaska.
It still has its stained glass windows and tall steeple.
Pa Houa Vang and her husband, Chao Thao, opened Taste of Thai restaurant last Monday — yes, on Labor Day — in Suite 106 at 205 S. Holmen Drive in Holmen. It’s in the same multi-tenant building that houses Holmen Ace Hardware & Rental.
There’s good news for people who enjoy eating freshly made pizza outdoors, on a farm, while they socialize and listen to live entertainment.
HOKAH, Minn. — Three days a week, Debbie Olson displays unique vintage items outside her downtown Hokah store to draw in passersby who otherwise might not know it’s there.
The bar opened Saturday at the Sylvan Glen supper club near Stoddard, which is expected to be in full operation with a full food menu by early October.
Diana Hobson plans to move her DnA Vintners winery tasting room in a few months to a more visible location at 1223 Caledonia St., and to begin offering regular hours there.
With help from her mother, Rachel Perez plans to open a new cake shop/coffee cafe by early September at 16846 S. Davis St. on the town square in downtown Galesville.
Looking back at my beer-drinking career, though it is somewhat limited, I am amused to what has passed my taste buds. I am from Marshfield, which, like Chippewa Falls, is the home of a large German Catholic-Lutheran population. To live in either city is not for the faint of heart. You had be…
Addie Tourville plans to open her second addiecakes shop later this month, near the Build-a-Bear Workshop in Valley View Mall.
Dave and Stephanie Bentzen plan to open B’s Place event venue next spring after renovating a former restaurant at 102 N. Leonard St. in downtown West Salem.
Ethnic food choices in Holmen are about to expand.
That Foreign Place gift shop has moved to Suite 102 at 107 S. Third St. in downtown La Crosse. And a wine bar is expected to open sometime in August in the front of the shop.
Erika Douglas has opened the Driftwood Diner in the former Copper Penny restaurant at 200 Main St. in Brownsville, Minn.
Longtime fiber arts enthusiasts Kait Holton and Carolyn Zick plan to open Unwound: Artisan Yarn Shop in early August at 413 Jay St. in downtown La Crosse.