A boil order remains in effect for residents in the southwest section of LaCrosse. That’s the area south of Front Street and west of U.S. 421. Continue reading
The town of LaCrosse shut off water this weekend to the south side of the community.
As the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum continues its efforts to resume excursions to LaCrosse, it’s asking the public for help covering its legal fees. The museum believes the restriction of its trains is a violation of the terms of an INDOT grant the Town of North Judson received in 2004 to purchase the line. Continue reading
High winds made travel difficult for truckers yesterday, with multiple rollover accidents reported in the local area. U.S. 421 was closed for hours between State Roads 8 and 10 after an overturned semi was leaking diesel fuel, according to the Indiana Department of Transportation. Continue reading
More than one month has passed since a Co-Alliance grain elevator – used for hog feed – exploded in LaCrosse. Flames took fewer than 30 minutes to extinguish, but four employees were injured, being treated for burn wounds. All had been released from the hospital by early May.
It didn’t take long for emergency responders to arrive to the scene of an explosion on Thursday morning in La Crosse.
The 911 Center in La Porte County received a call of an explosion just before 9:00 a.m. An Indiana State Trooper was in the area and heard the explosion before arriving on scene.