Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Bangor head coach Rick Muellenberg is all smiles as he shows the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 Football Championship Trophy to his team after Bangor’s 37-14 victory over Black Hawk at Camp Randall Stadium Thursday afternoon. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Touchdowns on three straight scoring drives to start the second half lifted Bangor to its second Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 State Football Championship in three seasons.
Lady Spartan sophomore Laney drives to the basket in the first half of last week's 60-39 loss to West Salem at Alton Ask Gymnasium. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Sparta struggled to take care of the basketball Thursday night in a 60-39 loss at the hands of West Salem in home opener for the Lady Spartans at Alton Ask Gymnasium.
Kallie Pleuss is wearing the proper attire in this photo working as a volunteer at the Neighbor For Neighbor food pantry. She and three guests will make the trip to Lambeau Field where she will receive the Green Bay Packers Give Back Award. Contributed photo.
   Doug Staller recognizes the value of service-minded volunteerism at a young age. Apparently, the Green Bay Packer organization and Staller see eye to eye.
Bangor kindergarten teacher Bridget Powers works with kindergarten student Neven Peterson Gianunzio. The school praises parents for helping prepare their child for education.
Most area residents realize Bangor High School’s varsity football team may be the best in the state, but few people know that Bangor’s Elementary School has proudly tested to be among the top 12 in the entire state.
    Nicole Vik of Park Rapids, Minnesota, joined the staff of the Monroe County Herald on Monday, it was announced this week by Publisher Greg Evans.
Pam Pelot, left, and Duane Helwig, architects from Community Living Solutions of Appleton, the architectural firm hired to design a new nursing facility for the county, presented updated designs for the building to the Nursing Home Building Advisory Committee Wednesday. Also pictured is Rolling Hills Nursing Home Administrator Linda Anderson. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
While Tomah City Administrator Roger Gorius told county officials Wednesday he was only making them aware of a site option for its planned nursing home complex, it sure sounded like a sales pitch.
Bangor head coach Rick Muellenberg is all smiles as he shows the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 Football Championship Trophy to his team after Bangor’s 37-14 victory over Black Hawk at Camp Randall Stadium Thursday afternoon. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Lady Spartan sophomore Laney drives to the basket in the first half of last week's 60-39 loss to West Salem at Alton Ask Gymnasium. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Kallie Pleuss is wearing the proper attire in this photo working as a volunteer at the Neighbor For Neighbor food pantry. She and three guests will make the trip to Lambeau Field where she will receive the Green Bay Packers Give Back Award. Contributed photo.
Bangor kindergarten teacher Bridget Powers works with kindergarten student Neven Peterson Gianunzio. The school praises parents for helping prepare their child for education.
Pam Pelot, left, and Duane Helwig, architects from Community Living Solutions of Appleton, the architectural firm hired to design a new nursing facility for the county, presented updated designs for the building to the Nursing Home Building Advisory Committee Wednesday. Also pictured is Rolling Hills Nursing Home Administrator Linda Anderson. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Bangor head coach Rick Muellenberg is all smiles as he shows the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 Football Championship Trophy to his team after Bangor’s 37-14 victory over Black Hawk at Camp Randall Stadium Thursday afternoon. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 8:02am
Touchdowns on three straight scoring drives to start the second half lifted Bangor to its second Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 State Football Championship in three seasons. The scores came after Black Hawk pulled within two points of the lead early in the second half,...
Lady Spartan sophomore Laney drives to the basket in the first half of last week's 60-39 loss to West Salem at Alton Ask Gymnasium. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 7:59am
Sparta struggled to take care of the basketball Thursday night in a 60-39 loss at the hands of West Salem in home opener for the Lady Spartans at Alton Ask Gymnasium. The loss was the second straight for Sparta, which suffered a 65-25 loss at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau Tuesday night. Sparta stuck...
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 7:56am
Tomah used a balanced scoring attack to pick up its second straight win with a 60-38 thumping of Menomonie in its girls basketball home opener Friday night. The Lady Timberwolves opened up a 30-20 lead over the Mustangs at the half and used a 30-18 run in the second half to pull away for the easy...
Kallie Pleuss is wearing the proper attire in this photo working as a volunteer at the Neighbor For Neighbor food pantry. She and three guests will make the trip to Lambeau Field where she will receive the Green Bay Packers Give Back Award. Contributed photo.
Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 10:40am
   Doug Staller recognizes the value of service-minded volunteerism at a young age. Apparently, the Green Bay Packer organization and Staller see eye to eye. Staller is executive director of Tomah's Neighbor For Neighbor food pantry; nearing the one year mark he accepted the position. At the same...
Bangor kindergarten teacher Bridget Powers works with kindergarten student Neven Peterson Gianunzio. The school praises parents for helping prepare their child for education.
Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 10:27am
Most area residents realize Bangor High School’s varsity football team may be the best in the state, but few people know that Bangor’s Elementary School has proudly tested to be among the top 12 in the entire state. That’s right — #12 among all 1,200 plus elementary schools in Wisconsin! “We knew...
Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 10:22am
    Nicole Vik of Park Rapids, Minnesota, joined the staff of the Monroe County Herald on Monday, it was announced this week by Publisher Greg Evans. Vik, who was a staff reporter for the twice-weekly Park Rapids Enterprise since February, 2016, will be responsible for Sparta school coverage as...
Pam Pelot, left, and Duane Helwig, architects from Community Living Solutions of Appleton, the architectural firm hired to design a new nursing facility for the county, presented updated designs for the building to the Nursing Home Building Advisory Committee Wednesday. Also pictured is Rolling Hills Nursing Home Administrator Linda Anderson. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 10:13am
While Tomah City Administrator Roger Gorius told county officials Wednesday he was only making them aware of a site option for its planned nursing home complex, it sure sounded like a sales pitch. Gorius and Tomah Mayor Pater attended the Nursing Home Building Advisory Committee where a few county...

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