Friday, November 26 Bloomer lights up the 9th Avenue Park at 6:00 p.m.
Bloomer residents were greeted to snow covering the ground when they woke on Friday, Nov. 12. It was the first snow of the season with just over 1/4 inch. Most of the snow was melted by noon as afternoon temperatures reached upper 30’s however more snow fell Saturday night into Sunday mornin…
Training in health and safety is part of the Girl Scout Program. A Girl Scout is expected to be resourceful, skilled and competent to have presence of mind and to be of service to others.
Two weeks ago Genevieve Martin was featured in an article about her photo appearing in Times Square. Erin Martin, Genevieve’s mom, contacted me about her daughter’s photo and through our discussion I learned of this local family’s personal quest to bring more awareness to Down syndrome by sh…
In the past year and a half, your internet usage has most likely changed. Chances are, you are spending more time online, whether working from home or participating in Zoom happy hours, remote schooling, or virtual doctor’s appointments. With the onset of the global pandemic, we’ve all come …
The School Board of the Bloomer School District held their final meeting before the start of the school year on Monday, Aug. 16. Most of the meeting was focused on the plan for returning to school safely, which was presented and approved at the meeting.
Note: When this article was printed in the print addition of the Bloomer Advance the advance megaband had the wrong prices. They have been fixed for this online article. The Bloomer Advance regrets the error.
In the front page article on Aug. 4 about the Bloomer Fair the price of the megaband was printed wrong. The correct price of the megaband is $50 in advance/$60 at the ticket box. The Bloomer Advance regrets the error.
The Bloomer Police Department K9 Fundraiser is approaching quickly but there are still meal tickets and raffle tickets available. There is also still room to get into the Cornhole Tournament.
As the old saying goes “if the walls could talk, the stories they would tell.” This holds true to a home located northeast of Bloomer on State Highway 64.
A Barron High School graduate whose parents live near Ridgeland will be ordained as a priest in the Roman Catholic Church at 10 a.m. this Saturday, June 26, 2021, at a private Mass at St. Joseph the Workman Cathedral in La Crosse. He attended St. John the Baptist Parish in Cooks Valley.