Emily Haugen

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Emily Haugen graduated from the University of St. Thomas in May 2021 with a degree in communication and journalism with minors in English and political science.  She was raised in Fairmont, Minnesota, a small town located along I-90 with her three siblings and cat named Batman. She loves the Midwest and all its seasons, so she’s excited to experience them in La Crosse.

During her time at St. Thomas, Emily worked at the student-run news organization TommieMedia, where she anchored, reported and eventually directed the organization. She also interned at the Under-Told Stories Project for PBS NewsHour where she learned about solutions-based journalism and created a podcast episode about the Rondo Land Bridge in St. Paul.

Emily has always loved storytelling, creating everything from newspapers to plays as a kid.

For fun, Emily loves to paint, play guitar and go for runs. She ran Grandma’s Marathon in 2019 and is currently training for the Twin Cities Marathon in the fall!

Articles

Bus driver shortage forces La Crosse School District to make adjustments

Salvation Army, Team Rubicon announce Fort McCoy donation partnership

La Crosse businesses feel effects of labor shortage

Welcome.US website launched to support Afghan refugees, inform Americans

Tomah parents, kids protest potential Tomah School District mask mandate

Wisconsin alcohol sales increase; La Crosse doctor notes negative implications

Stage four breast cancer survivor partaking in Steppin' Out in Pink

La Crosse School District to implement COVID testing program

La Crosse area visitors take advantage of Labor Day weekend

Coulee Region leaders visit Fort McCoy, share experience

Experts advise against Labor Day travel

Team Rubicon to assist management of Fort McCoy donations

Monroe County Sheriff addresses rumors on Facebook

Holmen marine survives Afghanistan attack, mother shares his message

WAFER food pantry to move into former Gordy's Market in La Crosse

City of Winona enacts mask mandate, citizens react

Amid bus driver shortage, West Salem driver enters 48th year

Village of Viola awarded $250,000 Community Facilities Disaster Grant

Aquinas Catholic Schools welcome new teachers

La Crosse nursing home staff react positively to federal vaccination requirement

COVID-19 update: 21 COVID patients at Gundersen Health System

41 years later: Cuban refugees once housed at Fort McCoy

Past flood damage renders Onalaska home 'uninhabitable'

Local artist gets second chance after hit with graffiti fine

Health experts recommend that those with cold systems get tested for COVID-19

Tornado knocks down buildings, trees in Monroe County

August Top Notch Teacher: Longfellow Middle School's Julia Vradenburg

State "bounceback" grants to benefit La Crosse area businesses

City of La Crosse considers implementing trailhead parking fees

La Crosse area mothers urge school mask requirement

Some evictions filed in La Crosse as federal moratorium ends

Suspects in the triple homicide near Holmen have been arrested

Franciscan Sisters contribute to La Crosse's The Good Fight

La Crosse area health care workers push to reach unvaccinated

Homicide investigations take time, local attorney explains

Monroe County Fair showcases excitement, hope for youth burned in farm accident

Firsthand furniture shortages lead people to secondhand market

Black Student Leaders to host spaghetti fundraiser for teen clothing closet

La Crosse Police Department, county create mental health crisis response program

Sparta Floral and Greenhouse celebrates 75+1 years