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Police report: Tomah man cited in switchblade incident - La Crosse Tribune
A 20-year-old Tomah man has been referred to the Monroe County District Attorney after allegedly pulling a switchblade and threatening to harm himself during a July 22 incident. According to a Tomah police department report, Raymond D. Petska was a ...

School board to discuss citizens advisory committee - La Crosse Tribune
The Tomah School Board will discuss the establishment of a citizens advisory committee during a special meeting tonight (Monday) at Warrens Elementary School at 6:30 p.m. The board will hold a phone conference with Sue Peterson of School Perceptions, which ...

Former county board chair to run for Sparta mayor - La Crosse Tribune
A member of the Monroe County Board of Supervisors is running for mayor of Sparta. Bruce Humphrey announced he will run for mayor next spring rather than seek another two-year term on the board. Humphrey was appointed to the county board in 2005 and served ...

Middle school rally set for Aug. 14 - La Crosse Tribune
Tomah Middle School is holding its annual TMS Fall Rally Friday, Friday, August 14. Parents can stop in between 10 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to take care of all the necessary information and paperwork to start the school year. Besides completing all the necessary ...

Just for fun - La Crosse Tribune
Contestant of the Monroe County Fair Talent Competition Ella Schanzel said she performed her song "Edelweiss" from "The Sound of Music" because she wanted to have fun. That and one other reason. "I might get to go to the state fair." Ella said. Ella got ...

Not an everyday activity - La Crosse Tribune
While attending the fair as part of a family reunion in the area, Hug-a-Pig contestants Greg Goeres, Ethan Goeres and Gradn Griffin, all hailing from California, decided it was a good night to try something new. Greg Goeres said he had fun catching the pig.

Tomah Memorial Foundation aids Head Start program - La Crosse Tribune
Students attending the Tomah Head Start program this fall will be able to use some new physical fitness and wellness equipment thanks to a $1,500 donation from the Tomah Memorial Hospital Foundation. Foundation vice president Brian Eirschele presented the ...

Rollover accident injures Sparta man - La Crosse Tribune
An auto rollover in the town of Little Falls Wednesday injured a Sparta man. Randall E. Read, 53, Sparta, was southbound on Highway 27 at 7:18 a.m. when he fell asleep. His vehicle crossed the centerline, went off the road and struck an embankment, which ...

Education in cranberries - La Crosse Tribune
WARRENS—On a trip promoting tourism in Wisconsin, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and her two daughters, Ella Rose and Violet, stopped at the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center on Tuesday. Jerry Bach, president of the board of directors for the cranberry ...

Sheriff's Report: Four women involved in fight - La Crosse Tribune
Four Norwalk women were involved in a fight after one of them reportedly was intoxicated when she came to pick up her children. Savannah M. Mannise, 28, told authorities three women prevented her from leaving a Main Street residence in the village with her ...

Letter: Cecil the Lion tells us about wolf hunt - La Crosse Tribune
Today I read the story of the Minnesota man convicted of bear poaching in Wisconsin who killed Cecil the Lion. We had an opportunity to stop this tragedy. He should not have been allowed to “harvest” another animal, here or in a country where they also ...

Column: Beware of politicians who target watchdogs - La Crosse Tribune
Wisconsin has long been a leader in protecting the interests of the people through a thoughtful system of checks and balances that limit the power of any single government official or agency. Since Wisconsin achieved statehood in 1848, our leaders have ...

Fire leaves Tomah residence total loss - La Crosse Tribune
A city of Tomah residence will be razed due to damage from a July 18 fire. Tomah Fire Chief Tim Adler said his department was paged at 6:16 a.m. to a single-family residence at 205 Clark St. The Tomah Police Department was first on the scene, where ...

Letter: The deplorable practice of trophy hunting - La Crosse Tribune
I really don't want to hate anyone, but it gets increasingly difficult. What is the matter with these trophy hunting, hounding and recreational trapping people, seriously? How can their lives be so empty and their morals so bankrupt that this is ...

Outdoors report: Crankbaits too much for northerns to resist - La Crosse Tribune
It's an excellent time to catch northern pike. Don Roscovius, owner of Rosco's Live Bait, said northerns have been active on local waters. Recent catches brought into his shop have been 38 and 32 inches. "Crankbaits − that's what seems to be drawing ...

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