Bob Hora poses with the 1939M he restored to showroom glory, and a copy of the magazine which features the tractor. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Long-time Hillsboro resident Bob Hora has recently achieved a bit of fame with a tractor he’s been restoring.
Roughly 14 chairs (and a nightstand) will be put up for auction over the next few months to help benefit the fine arts program at Wonewoc-Center Schools. The auction, which was originally meant to take place last April, was put on hold due to COVID-19 and has been reformatted for an online medium. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
The sudden arrival of COVID-19 drastically altered the spring semester for students in the 2019-2020 school year.
Shore has been playing basketball as part of the Mad City Badgers, a basketball team comprised entirely of wheelchair-bound players, ever since he left the hospital. Photo contributed by Brandi Elder.
In July 2017, 11-year-old Hillsboro resident Dodge Shore was involved in a head-on collision that left him severely injured and hospitalized.
One of many projects undertaken by the City of Hillsboro in 2020, the expansion of the County FF bridge created a spillway to give floodwaters more room without risking local businesses. The project was complete in mid-November, reopening for traffic after a weeks-long closure. Pictured here, contractors work to stabilize the expansion, making it safe for traffic. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
The City of Hillsboro had planned for 2020 to be one of the biggest on the city’s record, chalk full of projects ranging from the completion of Gundersen St.
Police Chief Mike Stahlke (center) poses with contest winners Emiliy Nagy (left) and Jazmine Johnson (right), who are showing off their initial designs. Congratulations to these two, and to the Wonewoc Police Department on their brand new patch! Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Following the retirement of former Wonewoc Chief of Police Julie Ott, Wonewoc’s new Chief of Police, Mike Stahlke, decided to start his time on the job off by reaching out to Wonewoc youth and holding a contest to design a new patch for the Wonewo
Pollworkers Debbi and Dave Popp and Christi Kouba (front right, mid-right, and back center) reprised their roles from previous elections, with the Popps verifying voter I.D. and tracking who came to vote. Kouba then either directed voters to the electronic voting booths or provided them with a paper ballot. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
In an unprecedented general election cycle, voters spent days waiting for the results of the most contested race on the ballot.
Bob Hora poses with the 1939M he restored to showroom glory, and a copy of the magazine which features the tractor. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Roughly 14 chairs (and a nightstand) will be put up for auction over the next few months to help benefit the fine arts program at Wonewoc-Center Schools. The auction, which was originally meant to take place last April, was put on hold due to COVID-19 and has been reformatted for an online medium. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Shore has been playing basketball as part of the Mad City Badgers, a basketball team comprised entirely of wheelchair-bound players, ever since he left the hospital. Photo contributed by Brandi Elder.
One of many projects undertaken by the City of Hillsboro in 2020, the expansion of the County FF bridge created a spillway to give floodwaters more room without risking local businesses. The project was complete in mid-November, reopening for traffic after a weeks-long closure. Pictured here, contractors work to stabilize the expansion, making it safe for traffic. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Police Chief Mike Stahlke (center) poses with contest winners Emiliy Nagy (left) and Jazmine Johnson (right), who are showing off their initial designs. Congratulations to these two, and to the Wonewoc Police Department on their brand new patch! Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Pollworkers Debbi and Dave Popp and Christi Kouba (front right, mid-right, and back center) reprised their roles from previous elections, with the Popps verifying voter I.D. and tracking who came to vote. Kouba then either directed voters to the electronic voting booths or provided them with a paper ballot. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
On Monday, February 1, at approximately 1:28P.M., the Vernon County Emergency Dispatch Center received reports of an ATV crash taking place west of Hillsboro on County Highway F. According to reports, a rural Hillsboro man lost control of his ATV while operating the vehicle and traveling eastbound...
Bob Hora poses with the 1939M he restored to showroom glory, and a copy of the magazine which features the tractor. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Long-time Hillsboro resident Bob Hora has recently achieved a bit of fame with a tractor he’s been restoring. The 1939M graced the cover of Red Power Magazine, showing off the impressive amount of work Hora put into returning the machine to showroom brilliance. Hora had his eye on the tractor long...
Roughly 14 chairs (and a nightstand) will be put up for auction over the next few months to help benefit the fine arts program at Wonewoc-Center Schools. The auction, which was originally meant to take place last April, was put on hold due to COVID-19 and has been reformatted for an online medium. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
The sudden arrival of COVID-19 drastically altered the spring semester for students in the 2019-2020 school year. Almost overnight, the typical events of the season were canceled or postponed, leaving students bereft of many of the traditional experiences the spring semester brings. One such event...
Shore has been playing basketball as part of the Mad City Badgers, a basketball team comprised entirely of wheelchair-bound players, ever since he left the hospital. Photo contributed by Brandi Elder.
In July 2017, 11-year-old Hillsboro resident Dodge Shore was involved in a head-on collision that left him severely injured and hospitalized. After spending weeks undergoing reconstructive surgeries to his abdomen and spine, Shore was relocated to a rehabilitation facility to focus on learning how...
One of many projects undertaken by the City of Hillsboro in 2020, the expansion of the County FF bridge created a spillway to give floodwaters more room without risking local businesses. The project was complete in mid-November, reopening for traffic after a weeks-long closure. Pictured here, contractors work to stabilize the expansion, making it safe for traffic. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
The City of Hillsboro had planned for 2020 to be one of the biggest on the city’s record, chalk full of projects ranging from the completion of Gundersen St. Joseph’s new facility to the installation of a new river walk, pier, and pedestrian trail to the completion of the Hillsboro dam and the...
With 2020 over and 2021 here to stay, local residents aren’t the only ones looking back on the old year and looking to move forward in the new one. 2020 drastically changed how schools across the country reconciled student safety with their education. Wonewoc-Center Schools had a slight advantage...
In a tumultuous year full of challenges, upheavals, and sudden alterations to our daily lives, it can be difficult to remember the little things that truly make life worth the living. Three years ago, a group of La Crosse area community leaders devised a program designed to help area youth explore...
Police Chief Mike Stahlke (center) poses with contest winners Emiliy Nagy (left) and Jazmine Johnson (right), who are showing off their initial designs. Congratulations to these two, and to the Wonewoc Police Department on their brand new patch! Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Following the retirement of former Wonewoc Chief of Police Julie Ott, Wonewoc’s new Chief of Police, Mike Stahlke, decided to start his time on the job off by reaching out to Wonewoc youth and holding a contest to design a new patch for the Wonewoc Police Department. Initially, Stahlke sent out...
Jenna M. Bell, age 20 of rural Hillsboro, was arrested early Wednesday morning after inflicting multiple stab wounds on a 36-year-old woman.
At approximately 1:30A.M. on Wednesday, November 11, the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office received reports of a stabbing taking place at a private residence along County Road W in the Town of Hillsboro. Upon arriving at the scene, deputies took the suspect, 20-year-old Jenna M. Bell of rural...
Pollworkers Debbi and Dave Popp and Christi Kouba (front right, mid-right, and back center) reprised their roles from previous elections, with the Popps verifying voter I.D. and tracking who came to vote. Kouba then either directed voters to the electronic voting booths or provided them with a paper ballot. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
In an unprecedented general election cycle, voters spent days waiting for the results of the most contested race on the ballot. On Saturday, November 7, after a terse Election Day and a nail-biting three-day wait, the Associated Press and other media outlets finally called the projected winner of...

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The Lady Wolves extended their winning streak to three games with back-to-back home wins. After snapping a two-game skid with a victory at North Crawford back on Jan. 27, the Wonewoc-Center girls...

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ELROY/HILLSBORO - Earlene V. Cox, age 90 years of the Elroy / Hillsboro area, passed away on Monday, September 21, 2020 at her home in Elroy, Wisconsin.

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