Saturday, February 16, 2019
This Town of Little Falls home was completely destroyed by a fire Monday, Feb. 11. The homeowner was believed to be in the house but no body was discovered. He has yet to be located. Contributed photo
The owner of the home in the Town of Little Falls that went in flames last Monday, has yet to be located.
A Wisconsin State trooper was involved in an accident Tuesday afternoon, which caused a chain reaction putting numerous vehicles and semi truck in the ditch near Oakdale along Interstate 90/94. Contributed photo.
Winter has come late to Monroe County in full force as much of Central Wisconsin was blanketed under heavy snow Tuesday and the previous week.
On a hot and humid autumn day in 1957, at St.
A crowd gathered at the Cashton Fire Department Feb. 7 to hear Bob Micheel from the Monroe County Land Conservation Department speak concerning the breached flood control dams in the Town of Portland and the future of the Coon Creek Watershed. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney
The Coon Creek Watershed, which drains about 100,000 acres of land in Monroe, Vernon and La Crosse counties, was the first testing ground for soil conservation practices in the U.S.
Sparta firefighters douse a blaze that destroyed a chicken coop in the Town of Little Falls Friday. Contributed photo
About three dozen chickens were lost last Friday in a chicken coop fire in the Town of Little Falls.
DNR Ranger Andrew Haffele, who oversees the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail, speaks to a crowd gathered at Sparta City Hall. Herald photo by Nicolette Nauman
On Monday, Feb. 4, community members gathered at Sparta City Hall to hear the Department of Natural Resources assessment of damage to area bike trails sustained during the severe storms and flooding events that occurred between last Aug.
This Town of Little Falls home was completely destroyed by a fire Monday, Feb. 11. The homeowner was believed to be in the house but no body was discovered. He has yet to be located. Contributed photo
A Wisconsin State trooper was involved in an accident Tuesday afternoon, which caused a chain reaction putting numerous vehicles and semi truck in the ditch near Oakdale along Interstate 90/94. Contributed photo.
A crowd gathered at the Cashton Fire Department Feb. 7 to hear Bob Micheel from the Monroe County Land Conservation Department speak concerning the breached flood control dams in the Town of Portland and the future of the Coon Creek Watershed. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney
Sparta firefighters douse a blaze that destroyed a chicken coop in the Town of Little Falls Friday. Contributed photo
DNR Ranger Andrew Haffele, who oversees the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail, speaks to a crowd gathered at Sparta City Hall. Herald photo by Nicolette Nauman
Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
A new hospital that will be on line later this year. A new mixed used development in the center of Tomah. A spacious addition to the Toro production facility. All feathers in Tomah's cap. For Tomah fire chief Tim Adler, 35 firefighters and two rescue technicians they signify progress and more...
Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
Stay tuned. That was the message from Tomah Chamber of Commerce president Tina Thompson regarding as proposed summer music series in Tomah. All Thompson had to share at the Tomah City Council meeting Tuesday night was simply "more details will be coming in the future." And council members had no...
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Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
The weather outside the Tomah High School auditorium Sunday, Feb. 10 was not too delightful, but the show inside went on. As part of a project to raise money for an outdoor music park, the Tomah Rotary held a community talent show featuring three age divisions, 6-12 years old, 13-17 years old and...
Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
Tomah Area Ambulance Service director Randy Dunford summed up the first two months of 2019 with one sentence. "(TAAS) can't wait for spring," Dunford said. During his monthly report at Committee of the Whole Monday night Dunford outlined equipment issues that have plagued TAAS staff since January....
Allen J. Robinson.
Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
On Feb. 6, Allen J. Robinson, 41, of Walker, IA was found guilty in Monroe County Circuit Court of 2nd degree sexual assault of a child and sentenced to three years in state prison and seven years of extended supervision. In April 2017, Monroe County Department of Human Services (MCDHS) provided...
Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
Freedom Honor Flight, the La Crosse-based hub of the national Honor Flight program for veterans, announced its 2019 flight schedule Tuesday. The spring flight is scheduled for May 18. The fall flight is set for September 14. Veterans on the May 18 flight will be notified in March. Veterans are...
Jeremy B. Drew
Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 11:00am
On Feb. 8, Jeremy B. Drew, 42, most recently of Humbird was found guilty in Monroe County Circuit Court of causing a child younger than 13 to view/listen to a sexual act and child abuse to recklessly cause harm and sentenced to 30 months in state prison and 30 months of extended supervision. In...

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