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Evening of Fine Arts at St. Paul - La Crosse Tribune
Seventh-grader Cassie Carlson walked to the front of the music room with confidence and took her seat in front of the piano. Being in front of a crowd can sometimes be nerve-wracking, but after two years performing in front of her peers during the St. Paul ...
Superintendent, board president defend Common Core - La Crosse Tribune
Tomah Area School District Superintendent Cindy Zahrte and Tomah School ... State Sen. Luther Olsen, R-Berlin, said he won’t bring the bill to a vote unless it has enough votes to pass. Zahrte wasn’t among the speakers during a Senate hearing but ...
Nursing center royalty about helping others - La Crosse Tribune
Tomah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center crowed Ed Peterson and Alvera Nauman its 2014 king and queen Thursday. Prince Roger Hubbard and princess Susan Kammerer were also crowned at the March dance held in the center’s cafeteria. Peterson said he wasn’t ...
Jackson Street fire displaces three - La Crosse Tribune
Jackson St. The cause is under investigation; however, the fire started by the stove in the kitchen area of the downstairs apartment, according to Tomah Fire Chief Kevin Decorah. The upstairs neighbors smelled the smoke and called 911. "Had they been gone ...
Local FFA members attend Farm Bureau conference - La Crosse Tribune
During the two-day event at Hotel Mead in Wisconsin Rapids, FFA members attended workshops that covered topics that included post-high school agricultural opportunities, legislative issues and public perceptions about agriculture and biotechnology.
Arts Guilds host Bards and Ballads show March 15 - La Crosse Tribune
Tomah Arts Guild will host an evening of music and ... which allows the audience to be part of the presentation. The show is performed by professional musicians from Wisconsin who showcase original material that is germane to the Wisconsin experience.
City to consider agreement with Boy Scouts - La Crosse Tribune
The plan is required by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation but will not commit the city to any projects. Also on the agenda is proposal to lease city property to Verizon Wireless for the construction of a cell tower and an updated city emergency ...
Sparta man accused of sexual assault - La Crosse Tribune
SPARTA—A Sparta man is accused of raping a woman in the early morning hours of July 26, 2013. According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, charges of second-degree sexual assault against Ryan P. Symmank, 26, have been referred to the Monroe ...
Monroe County Sheriff’s Report: Oakdale man issued citations after fleeing police - La Crosse Tribune
SPARTA—An Oakdale man was issued 12 citations after a Monroe County sheriff’s deputy caught him traveling 102 mph in a 55 mph zone. According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, Cody J. McGregor, 22, was traveling westbound on Highway 12 when ...
Letter: Passing school referendum good for all - La Crosse Tribune
Probably the most important local election in Tomah’s recent history will take place on April 1, when we, as residents, are able to vote on a referendum that will allow our school district to maintain its high standards of quality education provided to ...