Spc. Jordan Yoder, 463rd Engineer Battalion, 412th Theater Engineer Command, answers questions during an interview with Sgt. David Barrette, a public affairs Soldier acting as a media personality as Spc. Frank Acala, another media roleplayer, records while at Warrior Exercise 86-21-02 hosted by the 86th Training Division, June 5-19. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Debralee Best/86th Training Division)
While operations for the Army Reserve and the 86th Training Division did not come to a complete halt during the COVID-19 pandemic, operations were limited. The 2021 Army Reserve training exercise...

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With COVID cases on the rise in all 50 states, health experts are concerned of a new wave of infections brought on by the Delta variant, which accounts for 70% of new infections in Wisconsin. In...

Pictured is Sol’s mother with him and his litter mates. Sol will officially join the Brighter Tomorrows staff at the end of August. Contributed photo.
In Monroe County, Brighter Tomorrows provides a wide array of services and support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, which are free, confidential and accessible to any and all...

Members of the St. Pat’s Archery team capped their season with a first-place finish at the NASP Wisconsin State Bullseye Tournament held virtually on April 11. Contributed photo
The archery team from St. Pat’s School in Sparta was on a roll this spring, taking first place in the National Archery in the Schools (NASP) Wisconsin State Bullseye Tournament middle school division...
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Spc. Jordan Yoder, 463rd Engineer Battalion, 412th Theater Engineer Command, answers questions during an interview with Sgt. David Barrette, a public affairs Soldier acting as a media personality as Spc. Frank Acala, another media roleplayer, records while at Warrior Exercise 86-21-02 hosted by the 86th Training Division, June 5-19. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Debralee Best/86th Training Division)
While operations for the Army Reserve and the 86th Training Division did not come to a complete halt during the COVID-19 pandemic, operations were limited. The 2021 Army Reserve training exercise season has transitioned to full-spectrum operations. "When we were doing the planning for this summer...
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  • Spc. Jordan Yoder, 463rd Engineer Battalion, 412th Theater Engineer Command, answers questions during an interview with Sgt. David Barrette, a public affairs Soldier acting as a media personality as Spc. Frank Acala, another media roleplayer, records while at Warrior Exercise 86-21-02 hosted by the 86th Training Division, June 5-19. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Debralee Best/86th Training Division)

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  • Pictured is Sol’s mother with him and his litter mates. Sol will officially join the Brighter Tomorrows staff at the end of August. Contributed photo.

  • Members of the St. Pat’s Archery team capped their season with a first-place finish at the NASP Wisconsin State Bullseye Tournament held virtually on April 11. Contributed photo

  • Pictured are the current Monroe County Agricultural Society Board members back row, from left Christopher Schreier, Ron Savall, David Schreier, Dave Kuehl. Front row, from left, Carolyn Habelman, LeAnna Rowan, Simon Wells, Bill Degenhardt and Paul Dwyer. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.

  • Nearly 900 people attended the Monroe County National Night held in 2019. Last year’s event was cancelled due to crowd concerns because of the COVID pandemic. Officials say they are looking forward to seeing people again during this year’s event scheduled Aug. 3 in Tomah’s Winnebago Park. Contributed photo

  • The towering spruce tree on River Run Golf Course’s hole 5 is either a challenge or a score buster, depending on how you look at it. Contributed photo

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Raquel DiDomenico, new Fort McCoy Garrison command sergeant major, passes the garrison flag back to 1st Sgt. Lauren Phillips, garrison first sergeant, July 1, during a change of responsibility ceremony at Fort McCoy, Wis. DiDomenico replaced Command Sgt. Maj. Paul Mantha as the garrison command sergeant major during the ceremony. (Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy)

  • Carol Schauf has decided to step away from volunteering as a 4-H leader, superintendent and volunteer at the Monroe County Fair after almost 60 years. Herald photo by Nicole Vik.

  • Since most lakes in Wisconsin are not tested for blue-green algae, it is important to know what it looks like and always assess conditions before swimming. Inset photo credit: J. Sullivan

  • Ashton Mlsna of Cashton was the envy of a lot of kids as he traveled the 2019 Wood Turtle Days parade route with a fleet of antique pedal tractors. Many of the same events will be featured in the village’s new Wilton Fest celebration but there will be plenty of new events, too. Herald photo by Pat Mulvaney

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