Much of the mission work undertaken by the students under Thompson’s supervision involved helping to serve meals at the Union Gospel Mission, one of the oldest homeless shelters in the U.S. Photo contributed by Jennifer Thompson.
Jennifer Thompson has always had a heart for missions, having been involved in them since she was in high school.
Joshua Finch, a Fox Valley native, will be serving Hillsboro as the new City Administrator. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
On January 29, City Administrator Adam Sonntag submitted his resignation as administrator for the City of Hillsboro.
This beacon is meant to honor those in our communities who have been served in the past by St. Joseph’s Memorial Hospital. Gundersen St. Joseph’s will have the beacon lit for the first time on Monday, June 14, and invites the community to come and celebrate with them. Photo contributed by Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics.
On Monday, June 14, Hillsboro community members are invited to come out to Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital to celebrate the lighting of the beacon.
Beth Thayer (far right) spoke on behalf of her family at Thursday’s dedication ceremony for John Wanless Memorial Field. Pictured, left to right: Leah Thayer, Ethan Wanless, Nancy Wanless, Curt Bisarek, and Beth Thayer. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
On Thursday, June 3, the Hillsboro School District held a dedication ceremony for the new softball field, located between the elementary and HS/MS buildings. The field was spurred into creation thanks to a donation made by the Wanless family.
Robin Haugh, center left, displays her award alongside her family, who surprised her after the ceremony. Photo contributed by Robin Haugh.
Hillsboro resident Robin Haugh’s interest in healthcare has been a life-long one.
Mayor Greg Kubarski (left) and Red Cross coordinator Scott Friell (right) presented Theresa Nemec (center) with a plaque honoring her many years of work coordinating blood drives in Hillsboro. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
In 1940, the U.S. government established a national blood collection program, with the Red Cross establishing their National Blood Donor Service in order to collect blood for the U.S. military.
Much of the mission work undertaken by the students under Thompson’s supervision involved helping to serve meals at the Union Gospel Mission, one of the oldest homeless shelters in the U.S. Photo contributed by Jennifer Thompson.
Joshua Finch, a Fox Valley native, will be serving Hillsboro as the new City Administrator. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
This beacon is meant to honor those in our communities who have been served in the past by St. Joseph’s Memorial Hospital. Gundersen St. Joseph’s will have the beacon lit for the first time on Monday, June 14, and invites the community to come and celebrate with them. Photo contributed by Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics.
Beth Thayer (far right) spoke on behalf of her family at Thursday’s dedication ceremony for John Wanless Memorial Field. Pictured, left to right: Leah Thayer, Ethan Wanless, Nancy Wanless, Curt Bisarek, and Beth Thayer. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Robin Haugh, center left, displays her award alongside her family, who surprised her after the ceremony. Photo contributed by Robin Haugh.
Mayor Greg Kubarski (left) and Red Cross coordinator Scott Friell (right) presented Theresa Nemec (center) with a plaque honoring her many years of work coordinating blood drives in Hillsboro. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
Much of the mission work undertaken by the students under Thompson’s supervision involved helping to serve meals at the Union Gospel Mission, one of the oldest homeless shelters in the U.S. Photo contributed by Jennifer Thompson.
Jennifer Thompson has always had a heart for missions, having been involved in them since she was in high school. She was involved with a mission trip to North Carolina to assist in cleanup following a hurricane, and also took part in a mission to Omaha to assist in recovery efforts from flooding....
Joshua Finch, a Fox Valley native, will be serving Hillsboro as the new City Administrator. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
On January 29, City Administrator Adam Sonntag submitted his resignation as administrator for the City of Hillsboro. At the next City Council meet, Sonntag informed the council that his decision to resign came as a result of his accepting a new position as city administrator for Ripon. He thanked...
This beacon is meant to honor those in our communities who have been served in the past by St. Joseph’s Memorial Hospital. Gundersen St. Joseph’s will have the beacon lit for the first time on Monday, June 14, and invites the community to come and celebrate with them. Photo contributed by Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics.
On Monday, June 14, Hillsboro community members are invited to come out to Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital to celebrate the lighting of the beacon. The beacon, comprised of four stained glass panels that were once part of the old facility’s chapel, is meant to serve as a monument to and memorial...
Garry Wesley takes to the stage at the Elroy Theatre Saturday night wearing a jacket he bought at a Memphis store where Elvis bought some of his clothes. Photo taken by Rhonda Hess.
Elvis has left the building … but, don’t worry, he will be back in Elroy later in the month. Elvis, also known as impersonator Garry Wesley, entertained fans Saturday night at the Elroy Theatre. This free show was sponsored by NTM of Elroy. Kari Preuss, owner of the theatre, said she is a big Elvis...
Beth Thayer (far right) spoke on behalf of her family at Thursday’s dedication ceremony for John Wanless Memorial Field. Pictured, left to right: Leah Thayer, Ethan Wanless, Nancy Wanless, Curt Bisarek, and Beth Thayer. Photo taken by Nicolette Nauman, HSE Editor.
On Thursday, June 3, the Hillsboro School District held a dedication ceremony for the new softball field, located between the elementary and HS/MS buildings. The field was spurred into creation thanks to a donation made by the Wanless family. Following this initial donation, additional donations...
All three area school districts celebrated their 2021 graduating classes over Memorial Day weekend, seeing off their seniors with ceremonies and unique tributes. For the students left behind to continue with their high school education, the school year is swiftly coming to an end. While students...
Last spring, the Wonewoc-Center School District passed a referendum enabling the district to undergo a substantial remodeling of the existing school buildings. The project was initially proposed as a way to help bring the school up-to-date, both in terms of basic code compliance and in terms of the...
Robin Haugh, center left, displays her award alongside her family, who surprised her after the ceremony. Photo contributed by Robin Haugh.
Hillsboro resident Robin Haugh’s interest in healthcare has been a life-long one. Haugh has worked in the field since high school, starting out as an emergency medical technician (EMT) and going on to graduate and work as a medical assistant (MA) in 1986. Early on in her career, Haugh had expressed...
A series of gravestones in Mount Vernon Cemetery were knocked over last week, and authorities are asking the public for any information regarding the perpetrators. The City of Hillsboro is currently offering a reward for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction. Photo contributed by the Vernon County Crime Stoppers.
Between the hours of 4:30P.M. on Tuesday, May 11, and 11:30A.M. on Wednesday, May 12, a series of gravestones were knocked over, with some damaged beyond repair. At this time, it is not known if the perpetrator is a single individual or multiple individuals. Photos posted to the Vernon County Crime...
Evidence collected by the Hillsboro Police Department during the execution of a search warrant on Saturday, May 1, included amounts of marijuana and cocaine as well as various pieces of drug paraphernalia. Photo contributed by the Hillsboro Police Department.
On Saturday, May 1, as part of an ongoing investigation into drug sales and use in the City of Hillsboro, officers with the Hillsboro Police Department executed a search warrant at a residence located at 720 Lake Street in the City of Hillsboro. During the search, officers found marijuana, cocaine...

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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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HILLSBORO - Ramona I. Slama, age 94 years, of Hillsboro, Wisconsin, passed away on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at Milestone Senior Living in Hillsboro.

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