Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tomah WI

Board members from left who participated in the candidate forum were Rick Murray, Mike Gnewikow, Sue Bloom, Spencer Stevens and Mitch Koel. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 10:23am
It was a very agreeable group who participated in a candidate forum for the upcoming Tomah school board race. Five of the six candidates participated Tuesday night at the Robert Kupper Center, Rick Murray, Mike Gnewikow, Sue Bloom, Spencer Stevens and Mitch Koel. The sixth candidate, Kirk Arity was...
Cael Pollack was one of the winners at the n.a.s.a. banquet. He won the fishing season raffle sponsored by Timberwood Bank. The package included a kayak (in the background), tackle box, fishing rods, backpack, fish fryer and more. Contributed photos.
Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 10:08am
Momentum continues to surge to complete construction of the Tomah North American Squirrel Association (n.a.s.a.) All Inclusive Park at Butt's Park in Tomah. The fourth fundraising banquet was held on Saturday Feb. 22 at Recreation Park in Tomah.  Over 460 people attended the sold-out event to...
Darold and Monica Kukowski
Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 10:04am
A couple of years ago Tomah Lions Club member Darold Kukowski was a helper for fellow Tomah Lion Bill Baxter, who organized the Second Harvest Food Bank monthly mobile food pantry stop in Tomah. Second Harvest, based in Madison, moves around the state each month helping distribute food to needy...
West Salem-Bangor sophomore Evan Wolfe (right) scored a 15-1 major decision over Campbellsport senior Roman Skorupa (left) to advance to the Division 2 quarterfinals at 126 pounds. Wolfe and Tomah’s Marques Fritsche, who opened with back-to-back wins, remain in title contention at the WIAA state wrestling tourney in Madison. Herald photo by Derek Montgomery.
Friday, February 28, 2020 - 12:24pm
Tomah’s Marques Fritsche and West Salem-Bangor’s Evan Wolfe remain in state title contention after the opening day of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Wrestling Championships Thursday. Fritsche earned back-to-back wins Thursday to advance to the Division 1 semifinals at 170...
The Tomah Chamber and Visitor's Bureau recognized individuals, businesses and service organizations at its award banquet Monday night at Murray's On Main. From left are Barbara Mundinger, Dr. Christine Jacobsen, Barb Sullivan, Michelle Clark, Donna Evans, Latisha Walker, Kevin Ravenscroft, Theresa Fitzgerald, Jeff Cram, Tina Thompson, Chris Dawley and Dennis Koranda. Herald photos Bob Kliebenstein
Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 9:56am
Some spotty batteries in the microphone did little to dampen the excitement or humor, for the performance of comedian Charlie Berens who culminated the Tomah Chamber and Visitors Bureau awards banquet Monday night at Murray's On Main. Like any seasoned entertainer doing stand-up, Berens just played...
Pictured are two conceptual images of what a renovated Boy Scout cabin at Buckley Park could look like along with the exterior landscape around the structure. Contributed graphics
Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 9:50am
Mother nature in April can be fickle in Wisconsin But if the weather cooperates numerous improvements are scheduled to start at Tomah's Recreation Park in April. Some of that work was outlined by Parks and Rec director Joe Protz Tuesday night at a committee meeting. Protz noted the urgency to start...
Victoria Brahm
Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 9:39am
Tomah VA Medical Center Director Victoria Brahm has been selected as the new Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 12 network director, effective March 1. During the transition and recruitment for Brahm’s successor, Karen Long has been appointed as the acting medical center director at Tomah...
Luke Rethwisch stares down his target and steadies himself as he prepares to let go of an arrow. Herald photos by Nicole Vik.
Monday, February 24, 2020 - 9:55am
For over 40 years the Tomah-Warrens Sportsman’s Alliance (TWSA,) formerly Wakoda Bowmen, Tomah Conservation Club and the Warrens Gun Club, has been instilling a love of the outdoors to local area youth.  Club members volunteer their time every Tuesday night to help teach kids and adults how to...
Members of the LaGrange elementary school student council get ready to help Tomah police officer Mike Preuss, standing, load care bags for delivery to the TPD. Some of the supplies in each care bag are pictured in front of the group. Herald photo by Bob Kliebenstein
Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 10:22am
Homelessness is something few, if any, Tomah elementary students experience or even see up close. Landon Crego witnessed homelessness two years ago on a mission trip through his church to St. Paul, Minn. Being witness to someone in a homeless environment was a vision that continued to resonate with...
Donald D. Kortbein
Monday, February 17, 2020 - 9:45am
The Tomah community lost one of its most dedicated community leaders last week. Donald D. Kortbein, age 84, passed away Feb. 12 at the Serenity House in Tomah.  Kortbein was a lifelong resident of the Tomah area. He was born on his family’s farm on March 27, 1935 to William and Elvira Kortbein and...

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