Stacey Hartung (left) and Wendy Buchholz recently put their creativity and business/marketing smarts together to forge a new partnership and event venue, Local{e) 133 in downtown Mondovi.
  by Beth Kraft   Event venues can oftentimes present a space that is a bit too “vanilla,” a bit too institutional, or even a lot too expensive. That’s where the new business partners of Local{e} 133...
Stacey Hartung (left) and Wendy Buchholz recently put their creativity and business/marketing smarts together to forge a new partnership and event venue, Local{e) 133 in downtown Mondovi.
Trempealeau County Sheriff Brett Semingson (center) graduated from the National Sheriffs’ Institute, held in Aurora, Colo., April 15-19. The training focused on ensuring local sheriffs have the tools to be effective leaders, mitigating the personalities, strengths, and weaknesses of their executive team.
  by Beth Kraft   Trempealeau County Sheriff Brett Semingson completed participation in the 116th session of the National Sheriffs’ Institute (NSI), held in Aurora, Colorado, April 15-19. The NSI is...
Trempealeau County Sheriff Brett Semingson (center) graduated from the National Sheriffs’ Institute, held in Aurora, Colo., April 15-19. The training focused on ensuring local sheriffs have the tools to be effective leaders, mitigating the personalities, strengths, and weaknesses of their executive team.
Acrylic and oil paintings by Mondovi High School freshman Anna Gray are currently on display in the school’s IMC. Two of her landscapes were showcased this spring in selective galleries in Eau Claire and La Crosse.
  by Beth Kraft   Anna Gray, a freshman at Mondovi High School, has been painting for about four years, but the work of the young artist is already turning heads and earning spots in the area’s most...
Acrylic and oil paintings by Mondovi High School freshman Anna Gray are currently on display in the school’s IMC. Two of her landscapes were showcased this spring in selective galleries in Eau Claire and La Crosse.
A whitetail buck wanders through an open field in this trail cam image. Buffalo County hunters won’t be allowed to take a buck with a bow or gun during the upcoming hunting season if a landmark CDAC recommendation for an antlerless-only deer season clears the state’s Natural Resources Board next month.
  by Beth Kraft   The Buffalo County Deer Advisory Council at its final local meeting on Tuesday, April 16, in Alma voted 4-1 to recommend an antlerless-only hunting season for 2019. The...
A whitetail buck wanders through an open field in this trail cam image. Buffalo County hunters won’t be allowed to take a buck with a bow or gun during the upcoming hunting season if a landmark CDAC recommendation for an antlerless-only deer season clears the state’s Natural Resources Board next month.
Erickson Auto Repair opened in Mondovi this week at the former Polzer’s Auto location at 165 W. Riverside Ave. Wes Erickson officially purchased the shop from Chuck and Nancy Polzer April 5 after they searched for more than eight years to find a buyer. Pictured are Wes Erickson (back), his daughter, Jessica Erickson (front), Erickson’s staff (left to right) Jonathan Medeiros, Devin Popham, Amy Popham, and Ryan Popham, and former shop owners Nancy and Chuck Polzer.
  by Beth Kraft   “For Sale” signs from a few different realtors have graced the grounds of Polzer’s Auto on West Riverside Ave. for over eight years. Several times owners Chuck and Nancy Polzer had...
Erickson Auto Repair opened in Mondovi this week at the former Polzer’s Auto location at 165 W. Riverside Ave. Wes Erickson officially purchased the shop from Chuck and Nancy Polzer April 5 after they searched for more than eight years to find a buyer. Pictured are Wes Erickson (back), his daughter, Jessica Erickson (front), Erickson’s staff (left to right) Jonathan Medeiros, Devin Popham, Amy Popham, and Ryan Popham, and former shop owners Nancy and Chuck Polzer.
Stacey Hartung (left) and Wendy Buchholz recently put their creativity and business/marketing smarts together to forge a new partnership and event venue, Local{e) 133 in downtown Mondovi.
Trempealeau County Sheriff Brett Semingson (center) graduated from the National Sheriffs’ Institute, held in Aurora, Colo., April 15-19. The training focused on ensuring local sheriffs have the tools to be effective leaders, mitigating the personalities, strengths, and weaknesses of their executive team.
Acrylic and oil paintings by Mondovi High School freshman Anna Gray are currently on display in the school’s IMC. Two of her landscapes were showcased this spring in selective galleries in Eau Claire and La Crosse.
A whitetail buck wanders through an open field in this trail cam image. Buffalo County hunters won’t be allowed to take a buck with a bow or gun during the upcoming hunting season if a landmark CDAC recommendation for an antlerless-only deer season clears the state’s Natural Resources Board next month.
Erickson Auto Repair opened in Mondovi this week at the former Polzer’s Auto location at 165 W. Riverside Ave. Wes Erickson officially purchased the shop from Chuck and Nancy Polzer April 5 after they searched for more than eight years to find a buyer. Pictured are Wes Erickson (back), his daughter, Jessica Erickson (front), Erickson’s staff (left to right) Jonathan Medeiros, Devin Popham, Amy Popham, and Ryan Popham, and former shop owners Nancy and Chuck Polzer.

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  by Beth Kraft   Area voters will head to the polls this coming Tuesday, Nov. 4, along with the rest of the state to cast their vote for Wisconsin governor and other statewide positions....
A groundbreaking ceremony featuring American Lutheran Homes administrators, board members, project architects, and local politicians was held on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 23, to mark the start of a building expansion project that will double the number of assisted living rooms at the Mondovi facility.
  by Beth Kraft   About two-and-a-half years after putting the finishing touches on the Hillview Senior Living Center, construction equipment has returned to Mondovi’s American Lutheran Homes...
  by Beth Kraft   Confusion regarding the implementation of Wisconsin’s voter photo ID law continues as federal and state courts grapple with the constitutional nature of the 2011 law. Contrary to an...
  by Beth Kraft   In light of the upcoming retirement of Mondovi Police Chief Terry Pittman, a committee consisting of City Council members Robert Holden and Galen Hagen along with Pittman himself...
Members of the Mondovi Women’s Business Network recently displayed two of the 14 snowflakes the group purchased following a three-year effort to obtain new Christmas decorations for the downtown area. Pictured, MWBN members include, left to right, Lisa Amidon, Lori Larson, Ann Thompson, Sara Erickson, Trish Peterson and Brenda Stanford. Not pictured—Denise Marsolek. Obtaining the new decorations to replace Christmas items that were over 30 years old was made possible exclusively by local donations.
  by Beth Kraft   There will be snow for Christmas in Mondovi—at least in the form of new, light-up snowflakes that will soon cling to downtown lampposts. Following fundraising efforts over the past...
Construction of Naples Swine, a modern breeding facility set to become an integral cog in the pork production industry, has been ongoing since April. The rural Eleva site will be managed by local farmer Ross Kruger of Kruger Inc. in partnership with Minnesota-based Holden Farms.
  by Beth Kraft   At first glance, the sheer size of the new, state-of-the-art swine breeding facility located a few miles southwest of Eleva is daunting and the technology somewhat mind-boggling....

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Members of the E-S football team celebrated their new status as Dairyland Conference co-champs by dousing head coach Chad Hanson with ice water after the game.
  by Beth Kraft   For an Eleva-Strum football team that hasn’t won more than three games per season in six years, a 7-2 overall record for the 2014 season is pretty impressive. Toss in the program’s...
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  by Beth Kraft   Following through on a message to staff at the beginning of the school year, Eleva-Strum Superintendent Craig Semingson has officially announced his plans to resign at the close of...
Girls prep hoops standouts (left to right) Kara Enos of Eleva-Strum, Jenna Franzwa of Mondovi and Brittany Laehn of Gilmanton recently helped lift the Division 4 and 5 North teams to victories over their South opponents during the 2014 WBCA All-Star Games. Enos and Laehn were teammates on the D5 North team while Franzwa played for the D4 squad.
by Beth Kraft   It’s relatively rare to have one area basketball player make an all-star game roster in a given year, but to have three reps be selected for the honor—one from each school district—is...

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