Friday, December 15, 2017
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel held a roundtable discussion Tuesday at the Monroe County Justice Center in Sparta on drug issues the county and its municipalities are facing. He is pictured on the right in the background with Sheriff Scott Perkins. Pictured in the foreground are Wilton Village board member Tim Welch, right, and Wilton Police Chief Jeremy Likely. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Wisconsin's drug epidemic is impacting every level of government but counties and their municipalities, whose agencies are in the trenches in the battle, are being stretched thin.
Getting a chance to have some family time on the campaign trail for Wisconsin Gubernatorial candidate Mike McCabe, Christine Welcher poses with her dad Jack Welcher and stepmother Lori, from Sparta. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
“I never thought I’d be a politician.”
Mike McCabe
Mike McCabe is no stranger to politics but until September of this year he's never been a politician.
In the afternoon on Wed., Nov. 15, in the Town of Little Falls, Mark and Sheri Hartman along with their daughter Krystine, lost nearly everything they owned in a house fire, including their beloved family pets.
Rick Radcliffe
Tomah attorney Richard Radcliffe has been picked to replace retired Monroe County Circuit Court Judge J David Rice.
Chief Scott Alo
  When the Village of Bangor Board of Trustees meets on Monday, Dec. 4 at 5:30 p.m. to decide their 2018 budget, it could mean a better equipped police force for the community.
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel held a roundtable discussion Tuesday at the Monroe County Justice Center in Sparta on drug issues the county and its municipalities are facing. He is pictured on the right in the background with Sheriff Scott Perkins. Pictured in the foreground are Wilton Village board member Tim Welch, right, and Wilton Police Chief Jeremy Likely. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Getting a chance to have some family time on the campaign trail for Wisconsin Gubernatorial candidate Mike McCabe, Christine Welcher poses with her dad Jack Welcher and stepmother Lori, from Sparta. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Mike McCabe
Rick Radcliffe
Chief Scott Alo
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel held a roundtable discussion Tuesday at the Monroe County Justice Center in Sparta on drug issues the county and its municipalities are facing. He is pictured on the right in the background with Sheriff Scott Perkins. Pictured in the foreground are Wilton Village board member Tim Welch, right, and Wilton Police Chief Jeremy Likely. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney.
Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 10:47am
Wisconsin's drug epidemic is impacting every level of government but counties and their municipalities, whose agencies are in the trenches in the battle, are being stretched thin. That was the message of a roundtable at the Monroe County Justice Center Tuesday led by Wisconsin Attorney General Brad...
Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 10:43am
Sparta's Public Works Board signed off on a water agreement with the county to provide water to the county's proposed care facility near Rolling Hills, but not without a few caveats. The city's engineering firm, MSA Professional Services, performed a study of the waterline supplying the Rolling...
Getting a chance to have some family time on the campaign trail for Wisconsin Gubernatorial candidate Mike McCabe, Christine Welcher poses with her dad Jack Welcher and stepmother Lori, from Sparta. Herald photo by Tim Evans.
Monday, December 11, 2017 - 11:32am
“I never thought I’d be a politician.” Christine Welcher may not be a politician, but the Bangor native has a responsibility and position that may be the next best thing to it — serving as campaign manager for Mike McCabe’s campaign for governor of Wisconsin. At 40, Welcher has seen a whirlwind of...
Mike McCabe
Monday, December 11, 2017 - 11:31am
Mike McCabe is no stranger to politics but until September of this year he's never been a politician. In the past, McCabe has been a watchdog of government, heading up the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, whose primary objective was to track the influence of big money in politics. He also created the...
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 11:08am
In the afternoon on Wed., Nov. 15, in the Town of Little Falls, Mark and Sheri Hartman along with their daughter Krystine, lost nearly everything they owned in a house fire, including their beloved family pets. According to Fire Chief Mike Arnold when the Sparta Area Fire District Department...
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 10:59am
While Sparta's levy rose for 2018, its tax rate fell due to new construction in the city. The Sparta City Council Wednesday adopted its 2018 budget that included a 3.53% levy increase. At just under $3.6 million, the levy went up $122,960, well short of the state imposed levy limit, which would...
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 10:54am
A couple of faces familiar to those who frequent  The Greens and River Run Golf Course will be running the place as of Jan. 1. Brothers Dayne and Garret Geier won the bid to become The Greens' new concessionaires. The Sparta Park Board voted unanimously to accept the Geiers' bid over that of Josh...

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