E-S fourth and fifth grade students tried out the climbing web at the new E-S Elementary playground.
  by Beth Kraft   Eleva Intermediate students went without a real playground for over two years, but fourth- and fifth-grade students were finally allowed to test out a new playground early last...
E-S fourth and fifth grade students tried out the climbing web at the new E-S Elementary playground.
Brenn’s Barn Boutique is home to old, new, used, repurposed and rustic home decor and antiques to suit a wide variety of customer tastes. It’s open four weekends per year with additional items offered year-round via consignment at “The Attic” in Eau Claire.
  by Beth Kraft and Nash Weiss   As the number of working farms across Wisconsin declines in favor of larger operations, countless barns across the state are left vacant and without purpose. But that...
Brenn’s Barn Boutique is home to old, new, used, repurposed and rustic home decor and antiques to suit a wide variety of customer tastes. It’s open four weekends per year with additional items offered year-round via consignment at “The Attic” in Eau Claire.
Mondovi Police Chief Colin Severson (center left) accepted the donation of a new AED unit from the family of Steven D. Larson of Donnelly, Minn., on Nov. 23. The AED was gifted by the non-profit group “Papa’s Angels."
  by Beth Kraft   A non-profit group founded in honor of a cardiac arrest victim led to the recent donation of a new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to be placed in a Mondovi Police Department...
Mondovi Police Chief Colin Severson (center left) accepted the donation of a new AED unit from the family of Steven D. Larson of Donnelly, Minn., on Nov. 23. The AED was gifted by the non-profit group “Papa’s Angels."
Red Cross volunteer Linda Nicastro presented to Mondovi Elementary students on Monday, Nov. 12, about ongoing disaster relief efforts. The elementary student council initiated a Penny War this week to raise money that will be donated to the Red Cross to assist with relief efforts in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Penny War donations will be accepted in the Mondovi Elementary office through Friday, Nov. 16.
  by Beth Kraft   With so many natural disasters in the news, from major hurricanes to devastating wildfires, the Mondovi Elementary Student Council was looking for a way to pitch in. It had been...
Red Cross volunteer Linda Nicastro presented to Mondovi Elementary students on Monday, Nov. 12, about ongoing disaster relief efforts. The elementary student council initiated a Penny War this week to raise money that will be donated to the Red Cross to assist with relief efforts in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Penny War donations will be accepted in the Mondovi Elementary office through Friday, Nov. 16.
Pastor Scott Johnson took command of the pulpit at Mondovi’s Zion Lutheran Church in late September. A west central Wisconsin native, Johnson and his family spent the past five years in Hillsdale, Mich., and are excited to get to know the Mondovi community.
  by Beth Kraft   Pastor Scott Johnson and his family of five recently made the move to Mondovi from Hillsdale, Michigan—their church home of the past five years—but already the Johnsons are excited...
Pastor Scott Johnson took command of the pulpit at Mondovi’s Zion Lutheran Church in late September. A west central Wisconsin native, Johnson and his family spent the past five years in Hillsdale, Mich., and are excited to get to know the Mondovi community.
E-S fourth and fifth grade students tried out the climbing web at the new E-S Elementary playground.
Brenn’s Barn Boutique is home to old, new, used, repurposed and rustic home decor and antiques to suit a wide variety of customer tastes. It’s open four weekends per year with additional items offered year-round via consignment at “The Attic” in Eau Claire.
Mondovi Police Chief Colin Severson (center left) accepted the donation of a new AED unit from the family of Steven D. Larson of Donnelly, Minn., on Nov. 23. The AED was gifted by the non-profit group “Papa’s Angels."
Red Cross volunteer Linda Nicastro presented to Mondovi Elementary students on Monday, Nov. 12, about ongoing disaster relief efforts. The elementary student council initiated a Penny War this week to raise money that will be donated to the Red Cross to assist with relief efforts in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Penny War donations will be accepted in the Mondovi Elementary office through Friday, Nov. 16.
Pastor Scott Johnson took command of the pulpit at Mondovi’s Zion Lutheran Church in late September. A west central Wisconsin native, Johnson and his family spent the past five years in Hillsdale, Mich., and are excited to get to know the Mondovi community.

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Dr. Andy Van Roo recently began operating his Mondovi chiropractic office as a private practice, making good on a longtime ambition. Van Roo Chiropractic’s staff also includes Rachel Sosalla, left, Dr. Van Roo’s office manager for the past 15 years, and CT Diane Weber, right, who has been with the practice for eight years.
  by Beth Kraft   There’s a new sign up in front of Dr. Andy Van Roo’s office, but the Mondovi chiropractor plans to continue to offer the same services to his patients that have made him a go-to in...
Travis Dewitz, a former Mondovi student who now makes his mark as a professional photographer in the Eau Claire area, recently released a book featuring deer hunting scenes from around the local area.
  by Beth Kraft   Travis Dewitz has long held an interest in preserving key, fleeting moments in the world around him with his camera. From senior portraits to images showcasing corporate business...
Mondovi technology education teacher Shay Lehman gave students pointers last week while they worked in groups to design bridges using 3D CAD software called SolidWorks—new to Mondovi this year. Classes like Lehman’s blueprint reading and problem solving course will soon become part of the new CDM Manufacturing Pathways program available to Mondovi and Durand students.
  by Beth Kraft, Mondovi Herald-News, and Christina Lindstrom, The Courier-Wedge   Though still in its infancy, a new collaborative program involving two local high schools and a technical college...
Winter has an early grip on the Mondovi area, no doubt inspiring many local snowmobile enthusiasts to ready their sleds for the season. An approved expansion of city snowmobile routes will allow many more residents to reach the trails from their homes this year provided that they complete the proper paperwork.
by Beth Kraft Snowmobile access will be opened up to include more streets in the City of Mondovi this winter, but residents who wish to reach local trails from their homes will be required to obtain...
by Beth Kraft Following tense discussions in recent weeks, city leaders and citizens may be on their way to finding some common ground and a permanent solution to filling the chief of police...
 by Beth Kraft With the passage of a $700,000-per year referendum to help the Eleva-Strum School District make ends meet for the next two years, the E-S School Board and administrators now have a...
The Monroe St. home’s blackened kitchen sustained the most damage in the fire, which authorities say was sparked by the gas range.
  by Beth Kraft   It could have been worse, but the damage caused by an early-morning fire at the home of Jim and Kathie Loewenhagen and the losses it handed the couple were still great. “I can’t...
GHS athletic director Todd Pozarski, left, called attention to Gilmanton’s four football players (left to right), Weston Gumbert, Connor Cooke, Weston Werlein and Desmond Davis who play on the Independence/Gilmanton football team at a Pep Rally held Friday, Nov. 7.
  by Beth Kraft   The scoreboard didn’t look at all the way the Independence/Gilmanton football team had hoped when the final buzzer signaled the end of the No. 3 Indees’ bid to unseat top-ranked...
Gilmanton-area resident Vilas Hovey (seated) and his brother, Delaine Hovey, participated in an Honor Flight from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Washington D.C. last month to visit various national memorials. The brothers are both World War II veterans.
  by Beth Kraft   Freedom Honor Flights offer veterans from conflicts such as World War II and the Korean War a chance to see the memorials that have been placed in our nation’s capitol in their...

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A long line of Dukes of Hazzard fans wound around the “General Lee,” at Cardinal Manufacturing’s annual open house event, held Wednesday, Nov. 19, at Eleva-Strum Central.
  by Beth Kraft   Dukes of Hazzard fans, manufacturing professionals and members of the Eleva-Strum community had at least one thing in common last week—they all crossed paths at Cardinal...

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