• City to flush hydrants
  • Boxcars breakfasts brings motivational speakers to teens
  • Clinton Public Library Foundation received Rock County Agricultural Grant
  • Band trip creates lasting memories for 72 students
  • Veterans Memorial Park honors heroes with new helicopter
  • City to flush hydrants

    City to flush hydrants

    During the week of April 25th, Brodhead Water and Light will be flushing hydrants, beginning north of the railroad tracks and moving south.  If you notice any discoloration in your water, run cold water for several minutes to clear it up.  Please contact Pat at 558-0598 with any questions.

  • Boxcars breakfasts brings motivational speakers to teens

    Boxcars breakfasts brings motivational speakers to teens

    CLINTON – Every Tuesday morning, Tim and Randi Pogorelski, owners of Boxcars Pub and Grub on Allen Street in Clinton, host a free breakfast for middle and high school students. The breakfasts also feature different motivational speakers each week who address life issues faced by youth today. Speakers have included […]

  • Clinton Public Library Foundation received Rock County Agricultural Grant

    Clinton Public Library Foundation received Rock County Agricultural Grant

    By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – The Clinton Public Library Foundation Inc announced that it has received a grant from the Rock County Agricutural, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin Inc to support the raised bed garden for the library. The garden will be laid out […]

  • Band trip creates lasting memories for 72 students

    Band trip creates lasting memories for 72 students

    By Siara Schwartzlow Editor BRODHEAD – Early Friday morning, a group of 72 students and 18 adults returned from a fieldtrip to Tennessee. Students took tours, held performances, and even sang karaoke. The group’s time of departure was set for 8 p.m. Sunday night, March 20, but the time was […]

  • Veterans Memorial Park honors heroes with new helicopter

    Veterans Memorial Park honors heroes with new helicopter

    By Melody Pope Correspondent MONROE — For the survivors of seemingly impossible situations, finding sanctuary – however critical – is no easy task. Nonetheless, Larry and Karen Ayres have accomplished just that. “There are veterans who come here to find comfort,” Larry Ayres said of the Green County Veterans Memorial […]

 

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