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With approximately 150 people attending, 15-year-old Nelly Sprawls’ peaceful Black Lives Matter march last Thursday was a success. Nelly was expecting a group of 100 to attend, but said she was blown away by the community’s support.  Before the march started, Nelly and her mother, Lisa Fisher, were...
With approximately 150 people attending, 15-year-old Nelly Sprawls’ peaceful Black Lives Matter march last Thursday was a success. Nelly was expecting a group of 100 to attend, but said she was blown away by the community’s support.  Before the march started, Nelly and her mother, Lisa Fisher, were...
With approximately 150 people attending, 15-year-old Nelly Sprawls’ peaceful Black Lives Matter march last Thursday was a success. Nelly was expecting a group of 100 to attend, but said she was blown away by the community’s support.  Before the march started, Nelly and her mother, Lisa Fisher, were...
With approximately 150 people attending, 15-year-old Nelly Sprawls’ peaceful Black Lives Matter march last Thursday was a success. Nelly was expecting a group of 100 to attend, but said she was blown away by the community’s support.  Before the march started, Nelly and her mother, Lisa Fisher, were...
Employees of a New London company have started work on laying a new floor at Tomah High School. Stalker Sports Floor was awarded the bid for the work earlier this year by the Tomah School Board for the project at a cost of $185,000. At that meeting the board also approved a $15,000 contingency for...
Employees of a New London company have started work on laying a new floor at Tomah High School. Stalker Sports Floor was awarded the bid for the work earlier this year by the Tomah School Board for the project at a cost of $185,000. At that meeting the board also approved a $15,000 contingency for...
Anyone strolling through Sparta and glancing down at Beaver Creek will notice the absence of the Lovelock Bridge but the presence of a familiar group of volunteers creating their latest masterpiece. Sparta’s Five Shovelmen, led by Reinhard Mueller, removed the old arched, wooden viaduct on May 15...
Anyone strolling through Sparta and glancing down at Beaver Creek will notice the absence of the Lovelock Bridge but the presence of a familiar group of volunteers creating their latest masterpiece. Sparta’s Five Shovelmen, led by Reinhard Mueller, removed the old arched, wooden viaduct on May 15...
Area youth may not be able to visit the Tomah Public Library in person because ofcoronavirus restrictions. But library staff still have a full summer of reading and education activities planned through social media. Children's librarian Dave Deprey (Mr. Dave) has a full slate of activities starting...
When the Sparta City Council meets Wednesday, June 10, it will vote on a new crematory site for Lanham-Schanhofer Funeral Home and decide if liquor license fees for bars and restaurants should be waived. Last week, the Planning Commission approved a certified survey map (CSM) for a crematory on the...

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