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Three local athletes will enjoy a high school spring rodeo season after all. [Read More]
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Drive-through testing for COVID-19 drew 277 people to the Tomah National Guard Armory June 30. [Read More]
The Tomah City Council is expected to appoint a new clerk when it convenes for its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, July 14 at Tomah city... [Read More]
A 31-year-old Tomah man was referred to the Monroe County District Attorney after allegedly eluding police officers May 11 in the town of Byron. Daniel... [Read More]
One of the biggest questions on many parents' minds right now is whether or not their children will be going back to school this fall.... [Read More]
The city of Tomah's three Tax Incremental Finance Districts are in good shape. [Read More]
The American Red Cross has put out a plea for blood donations. Red Cross officials said the COVID-19 pandemic has created "unprecedented supply challenges" as... [Read More]
Monroe County set a single day record for COVID-19 infections Wednesday, and all of them were patients under 40 years old. [Read More]
Monroe County set a single day record for COVID-19 infections Wednesday, and all of them were patients under 40 years old. [Read More]
The Tomah Area School District appears committed to resuming in-person classes this fall, but they will look very different from the ones that began the... [Read More]
When Trump came to office, his battle cry was "Make America Great Again," but what he really meant was "Divide and Conquer." Well, see where... [Read More]
A 22-year-old New Lisbon woman was referred to the Monroe County District Attorney for drug charges after a July 3 traffic stop. Tiffany Amber Wilson... [Read More]
Times have been tough for the biofuels industry for a while now. Ongoing trade wars, dropping prices and demand destroyed by the EPA's misuse of... [Read More]
The village of Kendall has cancelled its annual Labor Day weekend celebration. [Read More]
A 43-year-old Tomah man was referred to the Monroe County District Attorney for fourth-offense drunk driving after police received a call of suspicious behavior July... [Read More]
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