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1. KTOL: KTOL stands for "Kwik Trip on Losey." Kwik Trip is a chain of gas stations/convenience stores in Wisconsin, Minneso...
2. Stinkin' Lincoln: A childish reference to Lincoln Middle School, often employed by cross-town rivals enrolled in Longfellow Middle Sc...  
3. LaX: This is a common shorthand spelling of La Crosse. While growing up in La Crosse I--as well as several people I know...  
1. Piggy's: Piggy's is one of La Crosse's fanciest restaurants. The new location is very elegant, and the new lounge is a much ...
2. Coney Island: Amazing chili dogs are served at the 3 Coney Island locations in the La Crosse area. The secret is not only in the...  
3. Freight House: One of La Crosse's premier restaurants. The Freight House is in a renovated train station that houses one of the f...  
 
1. Bridal Coulee: We redid a barn in Bridal Coulee in the 70s. I wish I had the address to send old pictures.
2. North Side: The north side of La Crosse, which is separated from the south side by the marsh. The result of this is the percept...  
3. South Side: The South Side of La Crosse. The South Side has more people than the North Side, and also contains the downtown ar...  
1. Notsoberfest: "Notsoberfest" takes place the last weekend of September, kicking off La Crosse's famous Oktoberfest celebration. P...  
2. Oktoberfest USA: The name of the German festival that livens up La Crosse every October. The city's first Oktoberfest USA festival t...  
3. Ark Game: Logan and Central, the two public high schools in town, compete in football every year for a wooden chest--or "ark"...  
 
 
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"Come fo the canoe race ... stay for the riots!" Edit | History
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