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City of Tomah Meetings

June 25 – Long Range Planning Committee  

Search For Missing Child Resumes Along Wisconsin River

Searchers are back on the Wisconsin River this morning searching for a missing child.  The Sauk County dive team was among the crews called to a beach area at about 6:00 P-M Tuesday.  Strong river currents and darkness led to the effort being suspended at 9:30.  No names have been released, but the Adams County More >

GOP Or Governor:  Property Taxes The Same Under Both Budget Plans

The Legislative Audit Bureau reports property taxes would be the same under the budget plan approved by lawmakers as they would under the governor’s proposal.  The Tuesday report shows the average tax bill would go up two percent in the first year and one-point-six percent in the second — under both budgets.  The report only More >

The 44th Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck and Tractor Pull to be held June 20-22, 2019 at Recreation Park in Tomah, Wisconsin

Tomah, Wisconsin expects 70,000 spectators over the weekend of June 20-22, 2019 to watch the Budweiser Super National Pull which features the top drivers from across the nation, Canada and Europe. Drivers will compete for a purse of over $200,000 in cash and awards. Shows are Thursday at 7:00 PM, Friday and Saturday at 12:00 More >

Juneau County Board Announces Minor Changes During June Meeting, Discusses Water Testing  

There were some small changes made by the Juneau County Board during their June meeting.  The County Board acknowledged the UW-Extension-Juneau County which will now be known as The UW-Madison Division of Extension (Juneau County).  The board also authorized changing the status of the Adult Protective Service Worker position from a part time to a More >

Mauston Woman Faces Charges after It was Believed She was Dealing Drugs in Parking Lot

A Mauston woman is facing drug related charges after it was believed a drug sale was taking place in a parking lot on County Road HH in Juneau County.  Authorities reported to the parking lot on June 16th and made contact with 23 year old Lita Bauer.  Authorities searched Bauers vehicle and found 14grams of More >

Kendall Man Facing Charges after Allegedly Stealing Vehicle

A Kendall man is facing charges after allegedly stealing a vehicle.  On June 15th authorities reported to an area on Hoff Road in Fountain Township to locate a stolen vehicle.  A victim said Anthony Noetzelmann came to her at her place of employment in Elroy, removed her from her car, and drove off with the More >

Mayo Clinic Health System purchases $500 worth of plants from FFA chapter in Tomah

Mayo Clinic Health System purchased $500 worth of plants from the Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter in Tomah, and the plants were distributed at the Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry in Tomah on June 10th.   An agriculture course called Greenhouse Management is offered to students at Tomah High School. As part of the More >

Vernon County Vehicle Bursts into Flames Before Being Extinguished  

On June 17th, 2019 at 1:27pm, the Vernon County 911 Dispatch Center received a 911 call reporting a car fire on US Highway 14, east of Readstown near Sugar Grove Rd. in the town of Kickapoo.   Samantha M. Goodwin, age 27 of Readstown was driving west on US 14 when she noted her car More >

“Badgers United” Push For More State Funding, End Of Tuition Freeze

A new group calling itself “Badgers United” will push for more state funding for the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an end to the tuition freeze.  The effort was launched Monday.  Lawmakers have kept tuition rates for in-state students frozen for the past six years.  The current budget plan would extend the freeze for two more More >