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 the Twin Cities Marathon this fall!

Articles

Rivoli Theatre reopens with new owners, same La Crosse charm

Low-frequency, high-risk: Preventing falls on La Crosse’s bluff trails

Association of recovering motorcyclists ride through Onalaska

La Crosse-area campgrounds prepare for busy 4th of July weekend

Innovative heart valve surgery gives Coon Valley woman a chance to take on new challenges

Investigation: Sparta Superintendent repeatedly violated the district’s anti-harassment and anti-bullying policies

Wisconsin GOP lieutenant governor candidates share perspectives at Monroe County forum

Animal rescue programs host exotic pet surrender event in La Crosse

Community rallies together for ‘Celebrate Onalaska’

Amateur radio operators test their skills for Amateur Radio Field Day

Seamstress shortage straining customers, staff in Coulee Region

Youngest kids eligible for COVID-19 vaccine; shots in La Crosse to begin in early July

Going solar: Northside Elementary to receive fully-funded solar panels

La Crosse Exchange furniture bank seeking fan, air conditioning donations

La Crosse’s Hunger Task Force passing out Badger Boxes with Wisconsin products

Staying cool in heat: Advice for keeping energy bills down

Citizens protest La Crosse conversion therapy ban, call on mayor to veto

La Crosse approves new parking ramp mural featuring native plants

La Crosse County Medical examiner warns of potent batch of drugs in area

Mayo Clinic creates challenge to help people reduce screen time, boost health

La Crosse Public Library to launch adult summer reading program

As gas prices rise, more could turn to cycling, La Crosse bike shop owner says

Donation drive helps Habitat ReStore in La Crosse

If you'd still like to help out, you can donate money online.

Onalaska Animal Hospital opens to fill need for veterinary care

Sparta Area School District breaks ground on new football field, multi-use facility

State awards $22,000 grant to Onalaska Fire Academy to recruit, retain young firefighters

Parenting Place offers new program to boost early child-care workforce

Sparta volunteers recognized for reviving community garden

70 complete “Murph Challenge” workout for Memorial Day

Winona business commemorates Memorial Day with Taps Across America

Ho-Chunk Nation honors departed warriors for Memorial Day Weekend

Rising diesel prices strain truckers, highway departments

Free meals for kids: La Crosse summer lunch program to resume in June

Downtown La Crosse business owners welcoming dogs indoors

La Crosse patients try out new prosthetic limb technology

Fort McCoy cuts ribbon on first modern, four-story barracks

Holmen mom crosses state lines to find baby formula for infant son

Trane Park’s outdoor fitness park in La Crosse keeps people moving

Baldwin talks PFAS contamination strategies with Town of Campbell residents

Medical examiner shortage strains La Crosse County staff