Bolton Refuge House moved its Buffalo County office to Mondovi in 2016. Located in the rear portion of the Buffalo Tax Service office on E. Main St., BRH offers free resources for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse and teen dating violence. A Day of Unity event to bring awareness to these issues is set for Oct. 27.
  by Beth Kraft   Throughout the month of October, 73 small purple pinwheels will dot the lawn area in front of Mondovi’s Bolton Refuge House office on East Main Street, representing the number of...
Bolton Refuge House moved its Buffalo County office to Mondovi in 2016. Located in the rear portion of the Buffalo Tax Service office on E. Main St., BRH offers free resources for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse and teen dating violence. A Day of Unity event to bring awareness to these issues is set for Oct. 27.
Oktoberfest will bring a new fall festival to Mondovi with fun for all ages, food, music and participation by many downtown businesses for a community-centered event.
  by Beth Kraft   Break out your lederhosen and dust off your dirndl. There’s a new Oktoberfest ready to bring family fun, music, and traditional German influences to Mondovi this Saturday, Oct. 13....
Oktoberfest will bring a new fall festival to Mondovi with fun for all ages, food, music and participation by many downtown businesses for a community-centered event.
Judge Gary Schlosstein is presented a citation from the Wisconsin Supreme Court by Rep. Treig Pronschinske on behalf of Chief Justice Patience Roggensack in the Buffalo County courtroom on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Schlosstein has served as Buffalo County’s Judge for 32 years and another 28 as Court Commissioner.
  by Nash Weiss   It might be easy to assume that someone who has dedicated 60 years of their life to a career knew from day one what they wanted to be when they grew up, but for Gary Schlosstein, 90...
Judge Gary Schlosstein is presented a citation from the Wisconsin Supreme Court by Rep. Treig Pronschinske on behalf of Chief Justice Patience Roggensack in the Buffalo County courtroom on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Schlosstein has served as Buffalo County’s Judge for 32 years and another 28 as Court Commissioner.
A failing stormwater junction box in the 600th block of West Main Street has been blocked off by barricades for weeks to prevent vehicles from driving over the crumbling structure. City leaders say it’s another example of failing infrastructure they’re having a difficult time keeping pace with through routine maintenance alone, forcing emergency projects.
  by Beth Kraft   It’s true: voting against Mondovi’s referendum asking to maintain the property tax rate for 2019 and future years would come with a property tax cut for city residents. City leaders...
A failing stormwater junction box in the 600th block of West Main Street has been blocked off by barricades for weeks to prevent vehicles from driving over the crumbling structure. City leaders say it’s another example of failing infrastructure they’re having a difficult time keeping pace with through routine maintenance alone, forcing emergency projects.
Local dairy farmer Joe Bragger explained to Secretary Sheila Harsdorf and State Assembly Reps Treig Pronschinske and Warren Petryk how he operates a spring-fed brown trout farm in close proximity to his dry cow shed. “We have the fish and the cows all together,” Bragger explained to his visitors. “You can have all this and still have a good creek.” Secretary Harsdorf joined Reps Pronschinske and Petryk on Thursday, Sept. 20, for a visit to Bragger Family Dairy and a discussion of issues facing the ag sector
  by Beth Kraft   The issues facing Wisconsin farmers are many at present in the face of sustained low prices for milk and commodities like corn and soybeans. To better understand the plight of the...
Local dairy farmer Joe Bragger explained to Secretary Sheila Harsdorf and State Assembly Reps Treig Pronschinske and Warren Petryk how he operates a spring-fed brown trout farm in close proximity to his dry cow shed. “We have the fish and the cows all together,” Bragger explained to his visitors. “You can have all this and still have a good creek.” Secretary Harsdorf joined Reps Pronschinske and Petryk on Thursday, Sept. 20, for a visit to Bragger Family Dairy and a discussion of issues facing the ag sector
Bolton Refuge House moved its Buffalo County office to Mondovi in 2016. Located in the rear portion of the Buffalo Tax Service office on E. Main St., BRH offers free resources for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse and teen dating violence. A Day of Unity event to bring awareness to these issues is set for Oct. 27.
Oktoberfest will bring a new fall festival to Mondovi with fun for all ages, food, music and participation by many downtown businesses for a community-centered event.
Judge Gary Schlosstein is presented a citation from the Wisconsin Supreme Court by Rep. Treig Pronschinske on behalf of Chief Justice Patience Roggensack in the Buffalo County courtroom on Tuesday, Oct. 2. Schlosstein has served as Buffalo County’s Judge for 32 years and another 28 as Court Commissioner.
A failing stormwater junction box in the 600th block of West Main Street has been blocked off by barricades for weeks to prevent vehicles from driving over the crumbling structure. City leaders say it’s another example of failing infrastructure they’re having a difficult time keeping pace with through routine maintenance alone, forcing emergency projects.
Local dairy farmer Joe Bragger explained to Secretary Sheila Harsdorf and State Assembly Reps Treig Pronschinske and Warren Petryk how he operates a spring-fed brown trout farm in close proximity to his dry cow shed. “We have the fish and the cows all together,” Bragger explained to his visitors. “You can have all this and still have a good creek.” Secretary Harsdorf joined Reps Pronschinske and Petryk on Thursday, Sept. 20, for a visit to Bragger Family Dairy and a discussion of issues facing the ag sector

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The Mondovi fifth grade Girl Scout troop is working to bring attention in the local community to a new wheelchair lift at Central Lutheran Church for members to reach areas of the church that were previously inaccessible to wheelchairs. The Scouts, pictured, left to right, Tatianna Rutkowski, Savanna Noetzelmann, Keely Wensel, Reynah Larson, Hope Conrad, and Caroline Currier, are focusing on community outreach and awareness of those with physical and/or developmental disabilities to earn their Bronze Award.
  by Beth Kraft   Most of us don’t think twice about climbing a flight of stairs or opening a heavy door. But a local Girl Scout troop now understands that commonplace tasks we take for granted every...
Martin (Marty) Lyle Sandberg, 72, of Eleva, Wis., went to his eternal home on April 25, 2018. Martin was a resident at The HomePlace in Mondovi at the time of his death. Martin was born July 4,...
Melvin E. Becker, 82, of Edgerton, died Friday, April 20, 2018, at St. Mary’s Hospital, Madison. He was born in Mondovi, Wis. on Feb. 10, 1936, the son of Otto Louis and Junice Ortha (Thompson)...
Donald L. Parkhurst, 83, died on April 20, 2018, at Dove Healthcare West-Reflections Unit, following a struggle with many health issues. Don was born Oct. 2, 1934, at home, to Loren and Myrtle (...
Neil R. Crawford, 76, of Mondovi Wis., passed away peacefully at Mayo Clinic, in Eau Claire, on April 16, 2018, with his daughters by his side. He was born May 18, 1941, in Burlington, Iowa, to...
Phyllis A. Wolfrum, 101, of Mondovi, passed away on Saturday, April 21, 2018, at the American Lutheran Home. She was born on Sept. 21, 1916, in Mondovi, the daughter of Herman and Minnie (Steinke)...
Group home and CBRF owners and operators from all across northwest Wisconsin banded together at the Marten Center in Mondovi last week to swap stories and brainstorm ideas to combat the chronic funding cuts they all face. The meeting, organized by Mary Jo LaBair (standing at right) of Garlick’s CBRF and her family, netted attendance by upwards of 50 people on Tuesday afternoon, April 17.
  by Beth Kraft   To operate successfully, profits must outweigh expenses; it’s business 101. But for those running group homes and community based residential facilities (CBRFs) for people with...
Pastor Paul Woebbeking served Zion Lutheran Church in Mondovi for nearly 16 years prior to his recent retirement. Pictured, Woebbeking preached during his final service on Sunday, April 8, which also included a retirement celebration organized by family and church members.
  by Beth Kraft   After leading Mondovi’s Zion Lutheran Church for nearly 16 years, Pastor Paul Woebbeking stepped in front of the congregation for one last Sunday service on April 8. A retirement...
Edward M. Adams was laid to rest Monday following his passing on April 7 after a long battle with cancer. A businessman and City Council member in Mondovi for nearly 30 years, Adams’ love for the Green Bay Packers lives on through the Packer photos and memorabilia that cover a large wall at his firm, Adams Accounting, in downtown Mondovi.
  by Beth Kraft   Longtime Mondovi businessman Edward M. Adams will be remembered as a community-minded man, a compassionate employer, and for his obvious love of the Green Bay Packers football team...
A trio of co-owners in (left to right) Tracy Olson, Tracey Schwartz and Tina Bursaw recently founded Triple T Tanning, Active Wear & More. The new shop offers a wide selection of active/workout wear, regular tanning and red light therapy beds, and more.
  by Beth Kraft   Winter’s chilly, snowy grip may be hanging on in west central Wisconsin, but those who take a step inside Triple T Tanning Active Wear & More likely can’t help but be optimistic...

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