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Atonement at Logan - La Crosse Tribune
LA CROSSE - The Tomah High School boys basketball team has a vivid memory of Feb. 6. The Timberwolves put that memory to good use Tuesday. Tomah overwhelmed La Crosse Logan with suffocating perimeter defense and walked away with a 55-40 WIAA Division 2 ...

Timberwolves earn date at top-seed Holmen - La Crosse Tribune
Holmen presents a difficult challenge for the Tomah High School boys basketball team, but Tomah coach Brad Plueger knows a scenario in which his team has a chance: minimize turnovers. Tomah's ability to take care of the ball will determine if it can bring ...

Vehicle goes off road, catches fire - La Crosse Tribune
A 50-year-old Cashton man was uninjured after his vehicle went out of control and caught on fire in the Vernon County town of Christiana early Sunday morning. According to the Vernon County Sheriff’s Department, Philip M. Leis was driving on Highwy 27 ...

Tomah Journal publisher to become BRF chamber director - La Crosse Tribune
Chris Hardie, publisher of the River Valley Newspaper Group weekly division and executive editor of the La Crosse Tribune, will leave the newspaper business to become the executive director of the Black River Area Chamber of Commerce. Hardie, who has ...

PSC nears decision on power line - La Crosse Tribune
In the coming weeks, the Wisconsin Public Service Commission will decide the fate of the proposed Badger Coulee power line that will pass though Juneau County if it’s ever built. However, the commission that makes that decision will have undergone some ...

Location eyed for Montessori school - La Crosse Tribune
The TimberPups Learning Center has been targeted as the site for a Montessori school that is scheduled to open in the Tomah Area School District this fall. Superintendent Cindy Zahrte told the Tomah School Board that the TimberPups Center, located east of ...

Letter: Send Koch brothers a message by voting no - La Crosse Tribune
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is not only supposed to avoid corruption but also avoid the perception of corruption. They and the state legislature are not doing a very good job of it. The upcoming Supreme Court probe into Gov. Walker’s possible illegal ...

Loggers, TMH team up for blood drive - La Crosse Tribune
The La Crosse Loggers baseball club has teamed up with Tomah Memorial Hospital to help with blood supplies. Residents can donate blood Thursday, March 12 from 1-6 p.m. at Tomah Memorial. All attempting donors will get a voucher for a free ticket to a ...

Joint effort raids alleged meth operation - La Crosse Tribune
A joint law enforcement task force raided a town of Sparta residence Feb. 26 and broke up an alleged methamphetamine operation. Richard D. Miller, 43, Sparta, was arrested and referred to the Monroe County District Attorney on charges of maintaining a drug ...

Gymnasts wrap season at Reedsburg Sectional - La Crosse Tribune
The Tomah High School girls gymnastics team came close to its highest score of the season Saturday but ran into a roadblock called the balance beam. Tomah had eight falls or wobbles on its final event and finished with 112.25 points at the WIAA Division 2 ...

Ask Your Science Teacher: How are eggs developed in a chicken? - La Crosse Tribune
QUESTION: How are eggs developed in a chicken? ANSWER: It’s a marvelous process. The chicken takes in raw materials, such as grain, bugs and seeds and converts that food into a nicely formed egg, all in about 25 hours. In fact, chickens will eat almost ...

Column: Wisconsin's economy on right track - La Crosse Tribune
Wisconsin’s vibrant economy is catching the attention of business owners and employees nationwide. Just recently, Chief Executive magazine identified Milwaukee as one of the country’s top manufacturing locations, and Gallup rated our state’s job ...

Column: Worker's Comp program model of lean government - La Crosse Tribune
Wisconsin history is on our side with this one. In 1911, our legislators passed the nation's first Worker's Compensation program. It was pretty heady stuff back then. For the first time, workers who were injured or got sick on the job had insurance ...

Trade barriers hurting Wisconsin farms - La Crosse Tribune
Here in western and central Wisconsin, we have been blessed with some of the world’s most bountiful and efficient farms in history. The agriculture industry provides more than 10 percent of Wisconsin’s employment and generates nearly $60 billion in ...

Harriet Taylor - La Crosse Tribune
Harriet Taylor, 92, of Tomah passed away Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, at Tomah Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She was born May 14, 1922, to Paul and Josephine (Roberts) Luhrsen. Harriet had a lot of passions in life, but especially enjoyed ...

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