Monday, January 22, 2018
Pictured from left are Tomah city officials Mayor Nellie Pater, Public Works Director Kirk Arity and City Administrator Roger Gorius, along with Rolling Hills Nursing Home Administrator Linda Anderson and Monroe County Clerk Shelley Bohl. Also pictured is County Board Chairman Cedric Schnitzler (back to the camera). The officials were at the county's nursing home building advisory committee meeting Tuesday to discuss a proposed Tomah site for a new nursing home. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
A meeting Tuesday between Sparta, Tomah, county and Tomah Memorial Hospital (TMH) officials convened to answer some questions on a proposed nursing home site in Tomah, generated even more questions.
Bangor Elementary School Principal Jac Lyga has been named the 2018 Outstanding Administrator by the Midwest Reading Council for her leadership in the field of literacy. She will be honored at this year's Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA) convention on Feb. 8-10. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
The awards just keep on coming for Bangor Elementary School. This week, the school learned that Principal Jac Lyga was named the 2018 Outstanding Administrator by the Midwest Reading Council for her leadership in the field of literacy. 
Cashton’s Isaac Hemmersbach (right) cuts off a passing lane as a La Farge opponent looks to nake a pass. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
A 32-point performance from sophomore Kristt Hilden and a stellar effort on the defensive end of the hardwood propelled Cashton to its second win in three games Tuesday night.
Bangor junior Ashlie Lockington (5) dribbles the ball up the floor against defensive pressure from Cashton freshman Adelynn Hyatt (31) during Tuesday’s Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball game at Cashton High School. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
Bangor bounced back from a weekend loss and Brookwood won its 12th straight in a pair of Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball games Tuesday night.
Authorities released late afternoon Thursday, Jan. 11, the names of the suspect and the deputy involved in a fatal officer-involved shooting in Sparta Sunday, Jan. 7.
An evening fire, possibly caused by bad wiring, sparked a huge blaze as firemen from Sparta battled the blaze where five vehicles were lost as well as a cat.
A family of four with no renter’s insurance may be struggling to put their lives back together after an exploding garage fire spread to their attached home at 418 E. Main St. in Sparta Wednesday evening.
Pictured from left are Tomah city officials Mayor Nellie Pater, Public Works Director Kirk Arity and City Administrator Roger Gorius, along with Rolling Hills Nursing Home Administrator Linda Anderson and Monroe County Clerk Shelley Bohl. Also pictured is County Board Chairman Cedric Schnitzler (back to the camera). The officials were at the county's nursing home building advisory committee meeting Tuesday to discuss a proposed Tomah site for a new nursing home. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Bangor Elementary School Principal Jac Lyga has been named the 2018 Outstanding Administrator by the Midwest Reading Council for her leadership in the field of literacy. She will be honored at this year's Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA) convention on Feb. 8-10. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Cashton’s Isaac Hemmersbach (right) cuts off a passing lane as a La Farge opponent looks to nake a pass. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
Bangor junior Ashlie Lockington (5) dribbles the ball up the floor against defensive pressure from Cashton freshman Adelynn Hyatt (31) during Tuesday’s Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball game at Cashton High School. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
An evening fire, possibly caused by bad wiring, sparked a huge blaze as firemen from Sparta battled the blaze where five vehicles were lost as well as a cat.
Adalberto Mateo Quinonez Lopez
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 10:13am
On Jan. 12, authorities arrested 35-year old Adalberto Mateo Quinonez Lopez, of Cashton, in Juneau County after he allegedly shot and killed a worker at Mlsna's East Town Dairy near Cashton. According to the Monroe County Sheriff's Department, a call was made around 4:45 a.m. reporting the shooting...
Pictured from left are Tomah city officials Mayor Nellie Pater, Public Works Director Kirk Arity and City Administrator Roger Gorius, along with Rolling Hills Nursing Home Administrator Linda Anderson and Monroe County Clerk Shelley Bohl. Also pictured is County Board Chairman Cedric Schnitzler (back to the camera). The officials were at the county's nursing home building advisory committee meeting Tuesday to discuss a proposed Tomah site for a new nursing home. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 10:10am
A meeting Tuesday between Sparta, Tomah, county and Tomah Memorial Hospital (TMH) officials convened to answer some questions on a proposed nursing home site in Tomah, generated even more questions. The officials attended the county's nursing home building advisory committee meeting where several...
Bangor Elementary School Principal Jac Lyga has been named the 2018 Outstanding Administrator by the Midwest Reading Council for her leadership in the field of literacy. She will be honored at this year's Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA) convention on Feb. 8-10. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 10:07am
The awards just keep on coming for Bangor Elementary School. This week, the school learned that Principal Jac Lyga was named the 2018 Outstanding Administrator by the Midwest Reading Council for her leadership in the field of literacy.  She will be honored at this year's Wisconsin State Reading...
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 10:04am
Sparta area voters will be asked to support two referendums totaling $32.5 million when they go to the polls this spring. In its second attempt, the Sparta School Board Monday approved three resolutions placing the questions on the ballot, one asking for $32.5 million to build a new elementary...
Cashton’s Isaac Hemmersbach (right) cuts off a passing lane as a La Farge opponent looks to nake a pass. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 8:47am
A 32-point performance from sophomore Kristt Hilden and a stellar effort on the defensive end of the hardwood propelled Cashton to its second win in three games Tuesday night. Hilden knocked down nine three-pointers to lead the Eagle cagers to an 88-27 drubbing of La Farge in nonconference boys...
Bangor junior Ashlie Lockington (5) dribbles the ball up the floor against defensive pressure from Cashton freshman Adelynn Hyatt (31) during Tuesday’s Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball game at Cashton High School. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 8:46am
Bangor bounced back from a weekend loss and Brookwood won its 12th straight in a pair of Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball games Tuesday night. The Bangor Lady Cardinals used a big first half to topple Cashton 59-28 in a road game, while Brookwood’s defense was the key to a 55-41 home...
Friday, January 12, 2018 - 10:03am
Authorities released late afternoon Thursday, Jan. 11, the names of the suspect and the deputy involved in a fatal officer-involved shooting in Sparta Sunday, Jan. 7. The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI), which is leading the investigation, identified...

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