Monday, September 26, 2016
The Bangor High School football team, ranked first in the latest Division 7 poll, will look to extend its winning streak to 20 games when it hosts undefeated Royall in a 7 p.m. Scenic Bluffs Conference contest Friday night. The defending Division 7 state champion Cardinals have outscored their opponents 209-21 so far this season, but Royall enters the game with some impressive stats as well, not to mention a perfect 3-0 record in SBC play. Photo by Rachel Fries.
Something’s got to give when top-ranked Bangor and upstart Royall meet on the gridiron in a battle of the only two unbeaten teams left in the Scenic Bluffs Conference Friday night.
Sparta senior Matthew Pauley (7) tries to cut off a kick by an Aquinas opponent during Tuesday’s 1-0 Mississippi Valley Conference victory over the Blugolds. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Brenon Burkhardt recorded his third straight shutout in the net Tuesday, lifting the Spartan strikers to a hard-fought 1-0 victory over La Crosse Aquinas in Mississippi Valley Conference boys soccer action at Sparta High School.
Kelly Murray was hired as operations director for the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center in July.
During her professional career in marketing and promotion Kelly Murray has worked with up to as many as 300 member businesses.
Tim Hansen of Brickl Brothers, second from the left, discussed the design for the Mill Haven Foods production facility. Seated are Brian Slater, Mill Haven CEO and Hollie Slater, Mill Haven president. Standing next to Hansen is Mill Haven chief financial officer Jake Kent.
Timing is everything and if the element of timing falls into place New-Lisbon-based Mill Haven Foods will be operating by October 2017 in a new facility on Tomah's south side.
It was not only 58,306 names that evoked memories of loss, but 1,161 pictures in close proximity to those names.
An artist rendering of the 32 unit Bay Shore Twon Homes Development as seen from Perch Lake.
A new 32-unit apartment complex proposed for the south side of East Main Street overlooking Perch Lake, will be the subject of a public hearing following a joint meeting between the Planning Commission and Public Works Board this Monday.
The Bangor High School football team, ranked first in the latest Division 7 poll, will look to extend its winning streak to 20 games when it hosts undefeated Royall in a 7 p.m. Scenic Bluffs Conference contest Friday night. The defending Division 7 state champion Cardinals have outscored their opponents 209-21 so far this season, but Royall enters the game with some impressive stats as well, not to mention a perfect 3-0 record in SBC play. Photo by Rachel Fries.
Sparta senior Matthew Pauley (7) tries to cut off a kick by an Aquinas opponent during Tuesday’s 1-0 Mississippi Valley Conference victory over the Blugolds. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Kelly Murray was hired as operations director for the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center in July.
Tim Hansen of Brickl Brothers, second from the left, discussed the design for the Mill Haven Foods production facility. Seated are Brian Slater, Mill Haven CEO and Hollie Slater, Mill Haven president. Standing next to Hansen is Mill Haven chief financial officer Jake Kent.
An artist rendering of the 32 unit Bay Shore Twon Homes Development as seen from Perch Lake.
Monday, September 26, 2016 - 10:57am
Just before approving the purchase of 180 acres for a new business park last week, the Sparta City Council got its first look at a borrowing plan to fund it. Brad Viegut of Robert W. Baird & Company, which is securing the financing for the city, presented a plan that includes a short-term...
Zachary Davis sits between defense attorneys Christopher Zacher (left) and Kenneth Hamm (right) during his trial.
Monday, September 26, 2016 - 10:48am
The man charged with using a machete in the first-degree murder of a Tomah man at the Tomah Econo Lodge has been found guilty after a nine-day trial. Zachary Davis was also charged with armed robbery with use of force and operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent. After three hours of...
Chip Manske of 1st Community Credit Union and student teller Kylee Anderson man the student branch at Sparta High School.
Monday, September 26, 2016 - 10:40am
Having been in operation for a full year, the 1st Community Credit Union student branch at Sparta High has done more than serve as a safe, convenient way for students to manage their money. Staff at 1st CCU have hosted brown bag lunches, where students learn about topics like preparing for life...
The Bangor High School football team, ranked first in the latest Division 7 poll, will look to extend its winning streak to 20 games when it hosts undefeated Royall in a 7 p.m. Scenic Bluffs Conference contest Friday night. The defending Division 7 state champion Cardinals have outscored their opponents 209-21 so far this season, but Royall enters the game with some impressive stats as well, not to mention a perfect 3-0 record in SBC play. Photo by Rachel Fries.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 2:59pm
Something’s got to give when top-ranked Bangor and upstart Royall meet on the gridiron in a battle of the only two unbeaten teams left in the Scenic Bluffs Conference Friday night. The Cardinals, ranked first in the latest Division 7 poll, are looking for their 20th straight victory, while the...
Sparta senior Matthew Pauley (7) tries to cut off a kick by an Aquinas opponent during Tuesday’s 1-0 Mississippi Valley Conference victory over the Blugolds. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 2:58pm
Brenon Burkhardt recorded his third straight shutout in the net Tuesday, lifting the Spartan strikers to a hard-fought 1-0 victory over La Crosse Aquinas in Mississippi Valley Conference boys soccer action at Sparta High School. The win was Sparta’s 10th in a row to start the season and it kept...
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 11:34am
Sparta police and the owner of a downtown business are looking for help in identifying a suspect who burglarized the Apex Hobby Shop at 138 N. Water St. last Friday night. Store owner Robert Bollig said an individual broke into the store through a rear window around 11 p.m. and gathered up around $...
Kelly Murray was hired as operations director for the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center in July.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 11:30am
During her professional career in marketing and promotion Kelly Murray has worked with up to as many as 300 member businesses. Starting in late July that number was pared down considerably. Try one. And she is much more at ease in her new role. Murray was hired this summer as operations director...

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