Friday, July 20, 2018
The Sparta Area School District has welcomed two new administrative staff this school year. Director of Teaching and Learning Jodi Brueggeman (left) and Director of Pupil Services Amber Kulig (right) both assumed their roles earlier this summer. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.
The Sparta Area School District has welcomed back two returning staff members for the 2018-19 school year.
The old Bangor Baptist Church, which stands at the corner of Badger Street and 17th Avenue, is in need of preservation. Curator and Education Director for the Bangor Area Historical Society Gregory Wegner along with other members have been putting their best foot forward in an effort to help preserve this historical building
The Village of Bangor has a long and deep history, which is evident when looking at its buildings, one of which is in dire need of some major physical preservation.
Four-year old Ivan Tichenor was joined by his mom and dad, Ryan and Angie, as they posed  on one of the benches Ivan and Ryan built to replace a couple of rotting benches in Memorial Park.
Even though he's only four years old, Ivan Tichenor of Sparta is as civic minded as they come.
Sparta's Holiday Lights organization recently donated to the Ladles of Love program. Pictured from left are Michael Bonello, president of Holiday Lights, Grace Hellman and Robert Thomas, coordinators of Ladles of Love, and Philip Schulz, vice president of Holiday Lights.
Ladles of Love, a soup kitchen in Sparta started by then Sparta High School junior Laney Sullivan in 2016, has been quietly ladling along since it served its first meal.
Tossing the dirt, well actually sand, from left are Blake Grams (Toro), Brian Murray (Ryan), Rick Olson (Toro) and Mike Murray (Tomah mayor). And for the record Brian Murray and Mike Murray are not related, although both had a little fun with sharing the same last name.
Real time excavation started around six weeks ago, but the symbolic groundbreaking for a $40 million addition to the Tomah Toro plant took place Thursday, June 27.
An aerial view of the progress at South Pointe Business Park off Hwy. 27 south of Sparta. The photo is looking northeast towards I-90. The intersection of Theisen's is on the left side of the photo. Contributed photo.
Sparta's new South Pointe Business Park has its first occupant. The Sparta City Council last week approved signing over the deed for a parcel to DOMGRA Investments, LLC, which is owned by dentists Alan and Julie Domeyer.
The Sparta Area School District has welcomed two new administrative staff this school year. Director of Teaching and Learning Jodi Brueggeman (left) and Director of Pupil Services Amber Kulig (right) both assumed their roles earlier this summer. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.
The old Bangor Baptist Church, which stands at the corner of Badger Street and 17th Avenue, is in need of preservation. Curator and Education Director for the Bangor Area Historical Society Gregory Wegner along with other members have been putting their best foot forward in an effort to help preserve this historical building
Four-year old Ivan Tichenor was joined by his mom and dad, Ryan and Angie, as they posed  on one of the benches Ivan and Ryan built to replace a couple of rotting benches in Memorial Park.
Sparta's Holiday Lights organization recently donated to the Ladles of Love program. Pictured from left are Michael Bonello, president of Holiday Lights, Grace Hellman and Robert Thomas, coordinators of Ladles of Love, and Philip Schulz, vice president of Holiday Lights.
Tossing the dirt, well actually sand, from left are Blake Grams (Toro), Brian Murray (Ryan), Rick Olson (Toro) and Mike Murray (Tomah mayor). And for the record Brian Murray and Mike Murray are not related, although both had a little fun with sharing the same last name.
An aerial view of the progress at South Pointe Business Park off Hwy. 27 south of Sparta. The photo is looking northeast towards I-90. The intersection of Theisen's is on the left side of the photo. Contributed photo.
The Sparta Area School District has welcomed two new administrative staff this school year. Director of Teaching and Learning Jodi Brueggeman (left) and Director of Pupil Services Amber Kulig (right) both assumed their roles earlier this summer. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.
Monday, July 16, 2018 - 11:27am
The Sparta Area School District has welcomed back two returning staff members for the 2018-19 school year. Both the new Director of Pupil Services Amber Kulig and the new Director of Teaching and Learning Jodi Brueggeman are returning to the Sparta area, having both taught at Meadowview...
The old Bangor Baptist Church, which stands at the corner of Badger Street and 17th Avenue, is in need of preservation. Curator and Education Director for the Bangor Area Historical Society Gregory Wegner along with other members have been putting their best foot forward in an effort to help preserve this historical building
Thursday, July 12, 2018 - 11:20am
The Village of Bangor has a long and deep history, which is evident when looking at its buildings, one of which is in dire need of some major physical preservation. The Bangor Baptist Church was organized in February of 1855, construction of the building began in 1862 and was completed in 1865...
Four-year old Ivan Tichenor was joined by his mom and dad, Ryan and Angie, as they posed  on one of the benches Ivan and Ryan built to replace a couple of rotting benches in Memorial Park.
Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 10:52am
Even though he's only four years old, Ivan Tichenor of Sparta is as civic minded as they come. In fact, the preschooler has undertaken a community project to replace worn out benches in Sparta's Memorial Park -- or as he adorably calls it, Memorial Day Park -- after pitching the idea to the Park...
Sparta's Holiday Lights organization recently donated to the Ladles of Love program. Pictured from left are Michael Bonello, president of Holiday Lights, Grace Hellman and Robert Thomas, coordinators of Ladles of Love, and Philip Schulz, vice president of Holiday Lights.
Monday, July 2, 2018 - 11:40am
Ladles of Love, a soup kitchen in Sparta started by then Sparta High School junior Laney Sullivan in 2016, has been quietly ladling along since it served its first meal. The program, which Sullivan started to help feed the area's needy, has provided hot meals every Thursday at the Sparta Barney...
Tossing the dirt, well actually sand, from left are Blake Grams (Toro), Brian Murray (Ryan), Rick Olson (Toro) and Mike Murray (Tomah mayor). And for the record Brian Murray and Mike Murray are not related, although both had a little fun with sharing the same last name.
Monday, July 2, 2018 - 11:24am
Real time excavation started around six weeks ago, but the symbolic groundbreaking for a $40 million addition to the Tomah Toro plant took place Thursday, June 27. The crowd consisted of Toro production employees, Toro management, city leaders, business representatives and representatives of the...
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 10:14am
Despite a dust up over revelations of plagiarism in a speech, Monroe County sheriff candidate Wes Revels' campaign isn't slowing down. Revels has admitted he used material in his April 5 announcement speech he found on the website of Kevin Grubb, a 2014 candidate for sheriff in Fredrick County,...
An aerial view of the progress at South Pointe Business Park off Hwy. 27 south of Sparta. The photo is looking northeast towards I-90. The intersection of Theisen's is on the left side of the photo. Contributed photo.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 8:13am
Sparta's new South Pointe Business Park has its first occupant. The Sparta City Council last week approved signing over the deed for a parcel to DOMGRA Investments, LLC, which is owned by dentists Alan and Julie Domeyer. Alan Domeyer currently operates Sparta Family Dentistry out of his office at...

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