Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Monroe County Local History Room Director Jarrod Roll does some touchup work on the museum's new display, a model railroad train layout depicting Sparta, Tomah, Tunnel City and Ft. McCoy. The display was built by John McHugh of rural Sparta.
For the past four years, Local History Room Director Jarod Roll has been wowing visitors with unique holiday exhibits.
At Sunday’s ceremony, Cody Morrow read from his speech “Why I Honor the American Flag.”
November 11 is set aside to honor all veterans of all branches of the armed forces.
After giving an emotional farewell speech, Jenny Parker laughs and cries with auctioneer Mary Jo Hill, on right, as they watch a video about Rotary’s work in Uganda, where the local club has built 58 wells to date, with more on the way.
What started eight years ago as a dream to build just one well to provide clean water to a small community in Uganda, Africa has blossomed into a total of 58 wells to date and more on it’s way thanks to efforts of the Tomah Rotary Club, who took t
Sparta senior Luke Wendorf (34) uses a stiff arm to get past a Blugold defender, as teammate Adam McKee (19) looks on during a Mississippi Valley Conference football game against La Crosse Aquinas earlier this season. Wendorf, who spent most of his junior season recovering from a devastating knee injury, had a breakout game with 135 yards and a touchdown in last week’s 33-14 playoff victory over New Richmond. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
When Spartan senior Luke Wendorf sacked Central quarterback Johnny Davis late in the fourth quarter to seal Sparta’s 17-12 victory over the Red Raiders in late September, it was a sure sign the comeback was complete.
Tomah resident Lisa McCormick, on right, visits with Tomah Superintendent of Schools Cindy Zahrte after her presentation on Tuesday concerning human trafficking. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Human trafficking has been a problem in the Wisconsin for years, but a few ladies who have helped create educational materials, established legislation, talk to anyone who will listen and have heard and shared personal experiences on the subject a
With the April 2 nonpartisan election still over five months away, Sparta business woman Kristen Gust is the first candidate to file candidacy papers for Sparta Mayor.
Monroe County Local History Room Director Jarrod Roll does some touchup work on the museum's new display, a model railroad train layout depicting Sparta, Tomah, Tunnel City and Ft. McCoy. The display was built by John McHugh of rural Sparta.
At Sunday’s ceremony, Cody Morrow read from his speech “Why I Honor the American Flag.”
After giving an emotional farewell speech, Jenny Parker laughs and cries with auctioneer Mary Jo Hill, on right, as they watch a video about Rotary’s work in Uganda, where the local club has built 58 wells to date, with more on the way.
Sparta senior Luke Wendorf (34) uses a stiff arm to get past a Blugold defender, as teammate Adam McKee (19) looks on during a Mississippi Valley Conference football game against La Crosse Aquinas earlier this season. Wendorf, who spent most of his junior season recovering from a devastating knee injury, had a breakout game with 135 yards and a touchdown in last week’s 33-14 playoff victory over New Richmond. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Tomah resident Lisa McCormick, on right, visits with Tomah Superintendent of Schools Cindy Zahrte after her presentation on Tuesday concerning human trafficking. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Monroe County Local History Room Director Jarrod Roll does some touchup work on the museum's new display, a model railroad train layout depicting Sparta, Tomah, Tunnel City and Ft. McCoy. The display was built by John McHugh of rural Sparta.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 2:37pm
For the past four years, Local History Room Director Jarod Roll has been wowing visitors with unique holiday exhibits. He and his volunteers have created a 1970s living room, a vintage Star Wars display, a North Pole Christmas village and, last year, a 1950s living room. While all four of those...
At Sunday’s ceremony, Cody Morrow read from his speech “Why I Honor the American Flag.”
Monday, November 12, 2018 - 11:14am
November 11 is set aside to honor all veterans of all branches of the armed forces. On Sunday morning, a small crowd braved the cold to congregate outside of the Monroe County Justice Center in Sparta to pay their respects to all who have served at a ceremony held in honor of Veterans Day. The...
After giving an emotional farewell speech, Jenny Parker laughs and cries with auctioneer Mary Jo Hill, on right, as they watch a video about Rotary’s work in Uganda, where the local club has built 58 wells to date, with more on the way.
Monday, November 12, 2018 - 10:38am
What started eight years ago as a dream to build just one well to provide clean water to a small community in Uganda, Africa has blossomed into a total of 58 wells to date and more on it’s way thanks to efforts of the Tomah Rotary Club, who took the mission of a mother who lost a child in a tragic...
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 - 11:12am
        In the high-stakes fight to curtail chronic wasting disease (CWD) among Wisconsin's whitetail deer herd, experts find themselves in an uphill battle. But ask any of them and they'll tell you it's worth the fight. In Monroe County that fight is being waged by the Monroe County CWD Task Force...
Sparta senior Luke Wendorf (34) uses a stiff arm to get past a Blugold defender, as teammate Adam McKee (19) looks on during a Mississippi Valley Conference football game against La Crosse Aquinas earlier this season. Wendorf, who spent most of his junior season recovering from a devastating knee injury, had a breakout game with 135 yards and a touchdown in last week’s 33-14 playoff victory over New Richmond. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Friday, November 2, 2018 - 10:38am
When Spartan senior Luke Wendorf sacked Central quarterback Johnny Davis late in the fourth quarter to seal Sparta’s 17-12 victory over the Red Raiders in late September, it was a sure sign the comeback was complete. Not Sparta’s comeback, but that of Wendorf, who two years earlier suffered a...
Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 10:41am
The Sparta Area Chamber of Commerce, Tomah Area Chamber of Commerce, Evans Print and Media Group, and the League of Women Voters of the La Crosse Area are sponsoring the final debate between the two remaining candidates for Monroe County Sheriff. Former Tomah Chief of Police and Republican...
Tomah resident Lisa McCormick, on right, visits with Tomah Superintendent of Schools Cindy Zahrte after her presentation on Tuesday concerning human trafficking. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 10:38am
Human trafficking has been a problem in the Wisconsin for years, but a few ladies who have helped create educational materials, established legislation, talk to anyone who will listen and have heard and shared personal experiences on the subject are making a difference. Coming together in Tomah for...

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