Organic Valley’s new 106,000 square-foot office building in Cashton has enough space to accommodate 400 workers. The building also has an organic cafeteria for employees, a fitness center and cardio workout room and a 1,500 square foot organic goods retail store, which is open to the public.
If there is anyone who ever doubted the financial power of organic food, a trip to Cashton last Thursday would have made believers of them.
As valedictorian of Tomah High School James Lanska, center, will address the graduating class of 2016 on Saturday, May 28. James is the third of three brothers to be named valedictorian of THS. James is flanked by brothers John, left, class of 2012, and Joseph, class of 2006.
   James Lanska completed the family “hat trick” in February when he was named valedictorian of the Tomah High School Class of 2016. He is the third of three brothers to earn this honor.
Dr. Michael Pace, a fixture in Sparta since 1984, is none the worse for wear after practicing medicine in the community for over 32 years. The family practice physician announced he is retiring. The pubic is invited to a celebration in his honor at Jake’s Northwoods on May 5 from 4-6 p.m.
  His name and face have been associated with healthcare in Sparta for more than 30 years, but come May, long-time and well-known Gundersen Family Medicine physician, Michael Pace, MD, will retire from the Gundersen Sparta Clinic.
Tomah junior Jesse Schmidt cleared 11’-even in the pole vault to set the standard with a first-place finish in the Earl Gatzke Invite at McKean Field Friday afternoon. Photo by John Froelich.
Despite earning just one top finish, the Tomah boys track and field team finished first in its own Earl Gatzke Invitational Friday night.
Spartan pitcher Travis Goede (1) tosses the ball to first baseman Jaret Sullivan (9) for an out in the first inning of Friday’s nonconference baseball game against Adams-Friendship at Sparta High School. Sophomore Gabe Dearman belted a two-out, RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to lift Sparta to a 3-2 victory - the first of the season for the Spartans. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Sophomore Gabe Dearman ripped a RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Sparta to its first victory of the season Friday night.
Organic Valley’s new 106,000 square-foot office building in Cashton has enough space to accommodate 400 workers. The building also has an organic cafeteria for employees, a fitness center and cardio workout room and a 1,500 square foot organic goods retail store, which is open to the public.
As valedictorian of Tomah High School James Lanska, center, will address the graduating class of 2016 on Saturday, May 28. James is the third of three brothers to be named valedictorian of THS. James is flanked by brothers John, left, class of 2012, and Joseph, class of 2006.
Dr. Michael Pace, a fixture in Sparta since 1984, is none the worse for wear after practicing medicine in the community for over 32 years. The family practice physician announced he is retiring. The pubic is invited to a celebration in his honor at Jake’s Northwoods on May 5 from 4-6 p.m.
Tomah junior Jesse Schmidt cleared 11’-even in the pole vault to set the standard with a first-place finish in the Earl Gatzke Invite at McKean Field Friday afternoon. Photo by John Froelich.
Spartan pitcher Travis Goede (1) tosses the ball to first baseman Jaret Sullivan (9) for an out in the first inning of Friday’s nonconference baseball game against Adams-Friendship at Sparta High School. Sophomore Gabe Dearman belted a two-out, RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to lift Sparta to a 3-2 victory - the first of the season for the Spartans. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
An investigation into a suicide at the Monroe County Jail last December found jail staff acted appropriately before and after the incident. Deputy Roy Torgerson of the Vernon County Sheriff’s Department performed the investigation, concluding jailers on duty adhered to the facility’s suicide...
Organic Valley’s new 106,000 square-foot office building in Cashton has enough space to accommodate 400 workers. The building also has an organic cafeteria for employees, a fitness center and cardio workout room and a 1,500 square foot organic goods retail store, which is open to the public.
If there is anyone who ever doubted the financial power of organic food, a trip to Cashton last Thursday would have made believers of them. Hundreds of visitors to the southern Monroe County village braved nasty weather to attend the dedication of Organic Valley’s latest venture, a 106,000 square-...
As valedictorian of Tomah High School James Lanska, center, will address the graduating class of 2016 on Saturday, May 28. James is the third of three brothers to be named valedictorian of THS. James is flanked by brothers John, left, class of 2012, and Joseph, class of 2006.
   James Lanska completed the family “hat trick” in February when he was named valedictorian of the Tomah High School Class of 2016. He is the third of three brothers to earn this honor.    James has fast-tracked several stages of his Tomah education. In eighth grade, he attended math and science...
Dr. Michael Pace, a fixture in Sparta since 1984, is none the worse for wear after practicing medicine in the community for over 32 years. The family practice physician announced he is retiring. The pubic is invited to a celebration in his honor at Jake’s Northwoods on May 5 from 4-6 p.m.
  His name and face have been associated with healthcare in Sparta for more than 30 years, but come May, long-time and well-known Gundersen Family Medicine physician, Michael Pace, MD, will retire from the Gundersen Sparta Clinic. Dr. Pace grew up in Waverly, Iowa, and while in high school decided...
    To be in El Salvador during Holy Week was a colorful experience for John Budin and his daughter Maya.  Their hotel was right on the square in Ahuachapan next to Iglesia de La Asuncion, a Catholic Church more than 100 years old.  From their hotel window they looked down on the central plaza and...
Tomah junior Jesse Schmidt cleared 11’-even in the pole vault to set the standard with a first-place finish in the Earl Gatzke Invite at McKean Field Friday afternoon. Photo by John Froelich.
Despite earning just one top finish, the Tomah boys track and field team finished first in its own Earl Gatzke Invitational Friday night. The Lady Timberwolves turned in some solid individual performances as well, coming away with a fourth-place finish at McKean Field. Tomah Boys Junior Jesse...
Spartan pitcher Travis Goede (1) tosses the ball to first baseman Jaret Sullivan (9) for an out in the first inning of Friday’s nonconference baseball game against Adams-Friendship at Sparta High School. Sophomore Gabe Dearman belted a two-out, RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to lift Sparta to a 3-2 victory - the first of the season for the Spartans. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Sophomore Gabe Dearman ripped a RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Sparta to its first victory of the season Friday night. Dearman’s game-winner snapped a six-game losing skid and gave the Spartans a 3-2 victory over Adams-Friendship in nonconference baseball...

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