Wednesday, March 20, 2019
From left – Cardinal cagers Michael Reed, Sam Wittmershaus and Will Reader look on late in the second half of Friday’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 5 boys basketball semifinal at the Kohl Center in Madison. Herald photo by J.P Schaller.
All the Cardinal cagers could do was watch.
Sparta fourth-grade teacher Bobbie Schamens poses with her students at Meadowview Intermediate School Tuesday after they learned she had been named the VFW's Smart-Maher Citizen Education Elementary Teacher of the Year. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney
Sparta fourth-grade teacher Bobbie Schamens' students know what a special person she is in the classroom, and last week they learned a whole lot of other people think the same thing,
Jose Juan Zuniga-Jimenez
  Authorities have determined the identity of human skeletal remains found by hunters in the Town of Clifton Nov. 23.
The neon sign and Indian princess from the former Tee Pee Supper Club were salvaged and put in storage. They are now on display in Murray's On Main, part of the Tee Pee Building development. From left is the management team at Murray's, Mike Murray, Mollie Wisdorf, Rick Murray and Crew Caron. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
The iconic Indian princess and neon Tee Pee sign that stood as outdoor beacons for decades on Tomah's Superior Avenue have found a new home.
Bangor first-year head coach Jacob Pederson (left) and his Cardinal cagers celebrate the WIAA Division 5 sectional championship Saturday after defeating Southwestern 70-60 to capture their second straight trip to state. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
When Bangor hits the hardwood for its Friday-morning state semifinal with Marshfield Columbus Catholic at the Kohl Center in Madison, it will be like looking in a mirror.
Bobby L. Ostrum
A federal grand jury in the Western District of Wisconsin, sitting in Madison, returned on indictments Thursday, for Bobby L. Ostrum, 36, Tomah, who is charged with possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute. 
From left – Cardinal cagers Michael Reed, Sam Wittmershaus and Will Reader look on late in the second half of Friday’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 5 boys basketball semifinal at the Kohl Center in Madison. Herald photo by J.P Schaller.
Sparta fourth-grade teacher Bobbie Schamens poses with her students at Meadowview Intermediate School Tuesday after they learned she had been named the VFW's Smart-Maher Citizen Education Elementary Teacher of the Year. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney
Jose Juan Zuniga-Jimenez
The neon sign and Indian princess from the former Tee Pee Supper Club were salvaged and put in storage. They are now on display in Murray's On Main, part of the Tee Pee Building development. From left is the management team at Murray's, Mike Murray, Mollie Wisdorf, Rick Murray and Crew Caron. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
Bangor first-year head coach Jacob Pederson (left) and his Cardinal cagers celebrate the WIAA Division 5 sectional championship Saturday after defeating Southwestern 70-60 to capture their second straight trip to state. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Bobby L. Ostrum
From left – Cardinal cagers Michael Reed, Sam Wittmershaus and Will Reader look on late in the second half of Friday’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 5 boys basketball semifinal at the Kohl Center in Madison. Herald photo by J.P Schaller.
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:54am
All the Cardinal cagers could do was watch. Tom Nystrom’s buzzer-beater flew through the air and settled in the bottom of the net as time ran out Friday, propelling Marshfield Columbus Catholic to a thrilling 69-66 victory over Bangor in a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 5...
Sparta fourth-grade teacher Bobbie Schamens poses with her students at Meadowview Intermediate School Tuesday after they learned she had been named the VFW's Smart-Maher Citizen Education Elementary Teacher of the Year. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:19am
Sparta fourth-grade teacher Bobbie Schamens' students know what a special person she is in the classroom, and last week they learned a whole lot of other people think the same thing, On Wednesday, March 13, Schamens and her students at Meadowview Intermediate School got a visit from Tracy Woodman...
Jose Juan Zuniga-Jimenez
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:14am
  Authorities have determined the identity of human skeletal remains found by hunters in the Town of Clifton Nov. 23. Monroe County Sheriff Wes Revels said the remains are those of Jose Juan Zuniga-Jimenez, who was last seen by his wife in March 2016. A hunter located the remains near 19468 Cty....
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:09am
A community forum on the Tomah School District’s referendum seeking $1.5 million for the next four years will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 21 in the Tomah High School Auditorium.  Superintendent Cindy Zahrte and Business Manager Greg Gaarder, along with members of the Board of Education, have...
Ethan and Garrett Oppriecht along with their mom Amber (not pictured) recently donated birthday bags to the Sparta Area School District Meadowview Food Pantry. Contributed photo.
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:06am
In a world where it seems there is a lot of bad news, Amber Oppriecht and her two sons Ethan and Garrett wanted to spread some positivity and kindness. The trio put together 20 “birthday bags,” which they recently donated to the Sparta Area School District Meadowview Food Pantry for families who...
The neon sign and Indian princess from the former Tee Pee Supper Club were salvaged and put in storage. They are now on display in Murray's On Main, part of the Tee Pee Building development. From left is the management team at Murray's, Mike Murray, Mollie Wisdorf, Rick Murray and Crew Caron. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 9:03am
The iconic Indian princess and neon Tee Pee sign that stood as outdoor beacons for decades on Tomah's Superior Avenue have found a new home. At the time the former Tee Pee Supper Club was razed both were removed and put in storage by members of the Gerke family. Both have reappeared in their new...
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 8:59am
The National Groundwater Awareness Week (GWAW) is celebrated every March.  This annual observance was established to highlight the responsible development, management and use of groundwater. This event is also a platform to encourage yearly well water testing and well maintenances. Ground water...

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