Saturday, July 20, 2019
Dental implant manufacturer Tom Arendt stands in front of his company's new 30,000 square foot facility in Sparta's South Pointe Business Park. He and partner Dr. Leo Malin, a La Crosse dentist, are consolidating their two businesses, AMS Micromedical and Implant Logistics, in the building. Herald photos by Pat Mulvaney
Tom Arendt has spent the past four decades incrementally stepping up his presence in the manufacturing industry. Now the Sparta businessman is about to take a quantum leap.
David M. Hintz
A Tomah man is in custody after police located him at a Kilbourn Avenue residence.
The band Georgia Clay played the inaugural Downtown Thursday Nights concert series in July. Herald photos Bob Kliebenstein.
One down and five to go. But if the first Downtown Thursday Nights is any indication, attendance for the next five Thursday nights should bode well.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (at the podium) was at the Tomah VA Tuesday to discuss it success story to transition away from the use of prescription drugs to treat veterans. To her left are Linda and Marv Simcakoski and VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. Contributed photo
The Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center has come full circle in dealing with its use of prescription drugs to treat veterans.
Standing water on a  field in Farmers Valley south of Sparta shows how wet conditions have left the soil saturated. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
A wet spring followed by a wet beginning to the summer has left some area crops stressed, and conditions don't look too favorable for a rebound.
Dental implant manufacturer Tom Arendt stands in front of his company's new 30,000 square foot facility in Sparta's South Pointe Business Park. He and partner Dr. Leo Malin, a La Crosse dentist, are consolidating their two businesses, AMS Micromedical and Implant Logistics, in the building. Herald photos by Pat Mulvaney
David M. Hintz
Marcus W. Anderson
The band Georgia Clay played the inaugural Downtown Thursday Nights concert series in July. Herald photos Bob Kliebenstein.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (at the podium) was at the Tomah VA Tuesday to discuss it success story to transition away from the use of prescription drugs to treat veterans. To her left are Linda and Marv Simcakoski and VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. Contributed photo
Standing water on a  field in Farmers Valley south of Sparta shows how wet conditions have left the soil saturated. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Dental implant manufacturer Tom Arendt stands in front of his company's new 30,000 square foot facility in Sparta's South Pointe Business Park. He and partner Dr. Leo Malin, a La Crosse dentist, are consolidating their two businesses, AMS Micromedical and Implant Logistics, in the building. Herald photos by Pat Mulvaney
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:58am
Tom Arendt has spent the past four decades incrementally stepping up his presence in the manufacturing industry. Now the Sparta businessman is about to take a quantum leap. Arendt and his partner, Dr. Leo Malin, a La Crosse dentist, have built a 30,000 square foot facility in Sparta's new South...
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:52am
A group calling for a ban on sand mines in Monroe County saw its hopes fade at last Monday's Monroe County Zoning Committee meeting, but the possibility of a moratorim remained alive. The zoning committee, which has been discussing how to amend the county's non-metallic mining ordinance to deal...
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:50am
The proposed 2019-20 budget for the Tomah School District that will be considered at the annual meeting in August is slightly higher than last year. The budget approved by the board Monday night is $13,083,739. That is up $540,161 from 2018-19 (4.31%) property tax levy. That calculates to the owner...
Scenic Bluffs Community Health Center in Cashton is open Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:48am
Over 25 years ago, in the rural community of Cashton, a group of community leaders identified a need for proper health care amongst their neighbors. At the time, Cashton received medical care out of a bus from Sparta as the hospital in Sparta and the public health department collaborated on a...
For their yearly SACS fundraiser, students, staff and parents at Maplewood Elementary had check and coin collections along with walking the track at Memorial Field. Staff also donated money in memory of Darren Schauf. Accepting the donation of over $1,000 is co-president Gary Peterson and his granddaughter Claire along with Darren's family members, Sara, Cooper, and Tanner Schauf. Contributed photo
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:44am
Sparta Area Cancer Support, Inc. (SACS) will once again be hosting its annual Walk/Rally at Sparta Memorial Field Track on Friday, August 2 from 4 p.m. until midnight SACS was established by a group of community members in 2000 to tackle the overwhelming burden associated with cancer in the Sparta...
Donna from Americorps (left) and Missy from Team Rubicon (right) help connect the top line of the ballpark's chainlink fence. Contributed photos.
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:37am
As we approach the year mark following the severe storms and flooding that devastated large portions of southern Wisconsin, efforts to recover and rebuild as still underway in various communities throughout the region. Many communities are still waiting on grants to help offset reconstruction costs...
The moon rock is on display at the Deke Slayton Memorial Museum as part of the Ambassador of Exploration Award, honoring Deke Slayton and the entire space exploration legacy. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:32am
On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 Lunar Module “Eagle” was the first crewed vehicle to land on the surface of the Moon; making American history as Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin became the first humans ever on the Moon. Armstrong became the first person to walk on the Moon when he spoke those...

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