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Students enrolled in the Summer Pack Pay It Forward class are Larry Baldwin, Shelby Vervoren, Dane Vervoren, Ben Hilson, Lexi Athnos, Nizhu Doddridge Hornett, Aubrey Jungmeyer, Tyler Sonic, Johanna Kara, Destiny Bennett, Mikina Hillesheim, Leeland Hatchett and Alexis Berg. Also pictured is Rocky Shutter, who is teaching the class. Herald photo Bob Kliebenstein
Monday, July 8, 2019 - 8:42am
Though nearly 20 years past, Rocky Shutter still has a soft spot for the movie, Pay It Forward. Pay It Forward is a 2000 movie loosely based on the novel by Catherine Ryan Hyde. It is based on a 12-year-old character's acts of goodwill known as 'pay it forward.' When the Tomah school district was...
The band Georgia Clay played the inaugural Downtown Thursday Nights concert series in July. Herald photos Bob Kliebenstein.
Monday, July 8, 2019 - 8:36am
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. Downtown Thursday Nights is the free concert series coordinated by the Tomah Chamber and Visitor's Bureau. One of the goals was finding balance for...
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
Wednesday, July 3, 2019 - 9:51am
The Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center has come full circle in dealing with its use of prescription drugs to treat veterans. In 2014, Jason Simcakoski died from a drug overdose while he was being treated at Tomah VA. Five years later, his parents, Marv and Linda Simcakoski, continue in their...
Wednesday, July 3, 2019 - 9:13am
Area law enforcement and safety officials are inviting not for profit organizations and safety groups to take part in this year’s Monroe County National Night Out scheduled Tuesday, Aug. 6 in Tomah’s Winnebago Park.  Coordinated by the Tomah Memorial Hospital Community Outreach Dept., a number of...
Austin J. Jewell
Wednesday, July 3, 2019 - 9:10am
Austin J. Jewell, 18, of Tomah was recently charged in Monroe County Circuit Court with burglary to commit battery on a person, child abuse with intent to cause harm, misappropriating ID information to avoid penalty, two counts of felony bail jumping, resisting or obstructing an officer, criminal...
Wednesday, July 3, 2019 - 9:04am
F & M Bank, Tomah customers will soon see a new brand in their local markets. Citizens Community Federal™ (CCFBank™) and F&M Bank have completed their merger combining the two financial institutions. The merger was announced in January. F&M Bank merged into Citizens in a transaction...
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 9:52am
The Tomah Area MobilePack for Feed My Starving Children is just around the corner.  The website is open for volunteers to sign-up for the shift or shifts of their choosing. The MobilePack will be held July 12 and 13 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds (1625 Butts Avenue) in Tomah in the Recreation/...
Volunteers assist elderly anglers during the North American Squirrel Association event June 25. Residents from several area nursing homes had the chance to toss a fishing rod in the water and try their luck catching fish. Contributed photos
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 9:48am
Tomah's North American Squirrel Association (nasa) continues its role to provide access to outdoor activities for the handicapped and elderly. Over 35 nursing home residents and staff members attended the free n.a.s.a. fishing event held Tuesday June 25 at a private pond near Tomah. Residents from...
Eric Hall, left, and Travis Boettcher are partners in Tomah Lumber. The business is recognizing 90 years providing design, building and lumber needs for customers. Contributed photo
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 9:44am
Stability and service is generally a solid equation for success. Those factors have calculated into a successful equation for Tomah Lumber, observing 90 years in business this year. The business is a fixture on Superior Avenue near the railroad tracks. "Tomah Lumber has lasted 90 years strong...
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 9:41am
Tomah's Festival Foods store has been sold to a Texas business owner. The sale was announced Thursday. The buyer is Mark Molter, Frisco, Texas, who owns MRM Investments. The sale is effective later this summer. Molter has applied for a Class A liquor and beer license in Tomah Wednesday under the...

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