Patients and employees gathered near the entrance of the Tomah VA to protest a recommendation that would privatize VAs around the nation over the next 20 years.
Protesters gathered near the entrance of the Tomah VA last Thursday to address a recommendation that would close and privatize VAs across the nation over the next 20 years.
Ford tough? How about Suchy tough. Carol Suchy made her return to the Dairyland Super National Pull in Tomah following a 2013 accident which left her paralyzed below the waist. Carol and husband, Bill, compete in their Totally Geared four-wheel drive pickup.
As a female in a sport dominated by men, Carol Suchy was thrust into the role as mentor to other women hoping to gain a foothold in that domain.
Young friends enjoy a nutritious lunch before picking out books to check out at Lunch and Literacy, held every weekday in Memorial Park in Sparta. The program provides free lunch to all children ages 1-18 who live in the Sparta school district.
Kids and teens living in the Sparta school district can get free meals this summer, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Working for the National Tractor Pull Association Sarah Smith understands the personal drive pullers possess to succeed in their sport.
Jan Bruder of Brighter Tomorrows and representatives from Monroe County Adult Protective Services Shelly Davis and Chasity Walter display the contents of a crisis tote. The totes will be given to senior citizens who have been displaced from their home because of abuse, neglect or health reasons.
Two local organizations are teaming up to raise awareness of elder abuse in our area.
Katelyn and Kenny Helgerson are the new owners of Tomah’s Lark Inn. They are pictured with their son Emery.
Kenny and Katelyn Helgerson had a goal since November of 2015.
Patients and employees gathered near the entrance of the Tomah VA to protest a recommendation that would privatize VAs around the nation over the next 20 years.
Ford tough? How about Suchy tough. Carol Suchy made her return to the Dairyland Super National Pull in Tomah following a 2013 accident which left her paralyzed below the waist. Carol and husband, Bill, compete in their Totally Geared four-wheel drive pickup.
Young friends enjoy a nutritious lunch before picking out books to check out at Lunch and Literacy, held every weekday in Memorial Park in Sparta. The program provides free lunch to all children ages 1-18 who live in the Sparta school district.
Jan Bruder of Brighter Tomorrows and representatives from Monroe County Adult Protective Services Shelly Davis and Chasity Walter display the contents of a crisis tote. The totes will be given to senior citizens who have been displaced from their home because of abuse, neglect or health reasons.
Katelyn and Kenny Helgerson are the new owners of Tomah’s Lark Inn. They are pictured with their son Emery.
Patients and employees gathered near the entrance of the Tomah VA to protest a recommendation that would privatize VAs around the nation over the next 20 years.
Protesters gathered near the entrance of the Tomah VA last Thursday to address a recommendation that would close and privatize VAs across the nation over the next 20 years. Earlier this month, the Commission on Care, a national committee tasked with examining and providing recommendations in...
Ford tough? How about Suchy tough. Carol Suchy made her return to the Dairyland Super National Pull in Tomah following a 2013 accident which left her paralyzed below the waist. Carol and husband, Bill, compete in their Totally Geared four-wheel drive pickup.
As a female in a sport dominated by men, Carol Suchy was thrust into the role as mentor to other women hoping to gain a foothold in that domain. Suchy has been an active supporter and driver for the Totally Geared pulling team, along with husband Bill. Totally Geared is part of the Totally Pulling...
Young friends enjoy a nutritious lunch before picking out books to check out at Lunch and Literacy, held every weekday in Memorial Park in Sparta. The program provides free lunch to all children ages 1-18 who live in the Sparta school district.
Kids and teens living in the Sparta school district can get free meals this summer, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Every weekday from now until July 29, the summer food program will provide healthy breakfast, lunch and snack options at three different locations in the...
Working for the National Tractor Pull Association Sarah Smith understands the personal drive pullers possess to succeed in their sport. As editor of NTPA's The Puller Magazine and other NTPA publications she has gotten to know many drivers. She handles other PR responsibilities as well for the NTPA...
Jan Bruder of Brighter Tomorrows and representatives from Monroe County Adult Protective Services Shelly Davis and Chasity Walter display the contents of a crisis tote. The totes will be given to senior citizens who have been displaced from their home because of abuse, neglect or health reasons.
Two local organizations are teaming up to raise awareness of elder abuse in our area. Representatives of Brighter Tomorrows, Monroe County’s domestic abuse and sexual assault prevention organization, and Monroe County Adult Protection Services have assembled crisis totes for senior citizens who are...
After meeting with legal counsel in closed session Wednesday, the Monroe County Board voted unanimously to release over $1 million to Miron Construction, the general contractor on the justice center project. The largest portion of the disbursement was for a $423,000 delay claim made by Miron. The...
Katelyn and Kenny Helgerson are the new owners of Tomah’s Lark Inn. They are pictured with their son Emery.
Kenny and Katelyn Helgerson had a goal since November of 2015. To purchase an established Tomah business. That goal was met earlier this month when the Helgersons became owners of the Lark Inn, a longtime Tomah fixture, minus gas pumps that were removed earlier this year. Terry and Sharon Larkin...

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