Brenda Stanford is now the sole owner of the Shear Trends hair salon in downtown Mondovi. As of Feb. 4, Shear Trends moved across the street to a new space at 140 S. Eau Claire St.
  by Beth Kraft   Hair salon patrons on South Eau Claire Street will need to double-check building signage when they go for their next haircut. Shear Trends and owner/stylist Brenda Stanford recently...
Brenda Stanford is now the sole owner of the Shear Trends hair salon in downtown Mondovi. As of Feb. 4, Shear Trends moved across the street to a new space at 140 S. Eau Claire St.
A donation announcement by the Mondovi Public Library last week is anticipated to lead to a new library facility adjacent to the existing structure. Ed and Shirley Mahlum (front) have volunteered to donate the vacant lot to the east of the current MPL building along with $150,000 toward a new city library. The Mahlums are pictured at the library with (back, left to right) Bradley Hanson, Mondovi City Administrator, Arin Wilken, MPL Director, and Ginny Gunderson, Library Board Financial Secretary.
  by Beth Kraft   Following contentious conversations in recent months regarding options for improving the aging Mondovi Public Library facility, the organization now has a clearer path forward....
A donation announcement by the Mondovi Public Library last week is anticipated to lead to a new library facility adjacent to the existing structure. Ed and Shirley Mahlum (front) have volunteered to donate the vacant lot to the east of the current MPL building along with $150,000 toward a new city library. The Mahlums are pictured at the library with (back, left to right) Bradley Hanson, Mondovi City Administrator, Arin Wilken, MPL Director, and Ginny Gunderson, Library Board Financial Secretary.
A Celebration of Life will be held in honor of Mondovi World War II veteran Doug Ward this Sunday, Feb. 11, at the Log Cabin Airport’s annual Ski Fly-In. A service is set for 11 a.m. Ward passed away on Jan. 26 at the age of 94, leaving behind a proud legacy that featured his love of airplanes.
  by Beth Kraft   Doug Ward once said he had a lot to be thankful for, inspiring the decorated World War II veteran to live life to the fullest through a variety of interests all while sporting a...
A Celebration of Life will be held in honor of Mondovi World War II veteran Doug Ward this Sunday, Feb. 11, at the Log Cabin Airport’s annual Ski Fly-In. A service is set for 11 a.m. Ward passed away on Jan. 26 at the age of 94, leaving behind a proud legacy that featured his love of airplanes.
Mondovi’s video rental store will not be closing following a last-minute sale of the business. Longtime manager/owner Nancy Anibas (center) sold Express Video & Tanning to Coy Myren (left) with backing from Bob and Chasity Myren (right), effective as of Feb. 1. The store at 691 W. Main St. will also change its name to CCR Express Video & Tanning as part of the sale.
  by Beth Kraft   Coy Myren has long dreamed of owning his own business. The 19-year-old college student is getting his shot in a way even he couldn’t have predicted. As of February 1, Coy along with...
Mondovi’s video rental store will not be closing following a last-minute sale of the business. Longtime manager/owner Nancy Anibas (center) sold Express Video & Tanning to Coy Myren (left) with backing from Bob and Chasity Myren (right), effective as of Feb. 1. The store at 691 W. Main St. will also change its name to CCR Express Video & Tanning as part of the sale.
Michael Bruning, Mondovi’s Middle/High School Principal for 15 1/2 years, recently announced plans to retire from the School District of Mondovi effective at the end of the current school year.
  by Beth Kraft   Mondovi Middle/High School Principal Michael Bruning plans to retire at the close of the 2017-18 school year following nearly 16 years with the school district. Bruning submitted a...
Michael Bruning, Mondovi’s Middle/High School Principal for 15 1/2 years, recently announced plans to retire from the School District of Mondovi effective at the end of the current school year.
Brenda Stanford is now the sole owner of the Shear Trends hair salon in downtown Mondovi. As of Feb. 4, Shear Trends moved across the street to a new space at 140 S. Eau Claire St.
A donation announcement by the Mondovi Public Library last week is anticipated to lead to a new library facility adjacent to the existing structure. Ed and Shirley Mahlum (front) have volunteered to donate the vacant lot to the east of the current MPL building along with $150,000 toward a new city library. The Mahlums are pictured at the library with (back, left to right) Bradley Hanson, Mondovi City Administrator, Arin Wilken, MPL Director, and Ginny Gunderson, Library Board Financial Secretary.
A Celebration of Life will be held in honor of Mondovi World War II veteran Doug Ward this Sunday, Feb. 11, at the Log Cabin Airport’s annual Ski Fly-In. A service is set for 11 a.m. Ward passed away on Jan. 26 at the age of 94, leaving behind a proud legacy that featured his love of airplanes.
Mondovi’s video rental store will not be closing following a last-minute sale of the business. Longtime manager/owner Nancy Anibas (center) sold Express Video & Tanning to Coy Myren (left) with backing from Bob and Chasity Myren (right), effective as of Feb. 1. The store at 691 W. Main St. will also change its name to CCR Express Video & Tanning as part of the sale.
Michael Bruning, Mondovi’s Middle/High School Principal for 15 1/2 years, recently announced plans to retire from the School District of Mondovi effective at the end of the current school year.

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  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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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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