Archive for: January, 2016

1/13/16 Shopper

1/13/16 Shopper
 
 

Clinton students demonstrate generosity, goodwill during holidays

Clinton students demonstrate generosity, goodwill during holidays

The student councils at Clinton Middle School and Clinton High School sponsored food and toy drives to benefit needy families and organizations in the area. Students and staff at Clinton Middle School collected and donated over 350 food items to the Clinton Community Outreach. Students at Clinton High School also […]

 
 

Janesville man in critical condition after rearending school bus

ROCK COUNTY – On Tuesday, Jan 5 at 3:36 p.m., Deputies from the Rock County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a car vs. school bus crash on W. USH 14 approximately .6 of a mile west of N. Fox Road in Center Township. Fire/EMS personnel from the Village […]

 
 

Tanks made in China come to rest in Beloit

Tanks made in China come to rest in Beloit

By Tony Ends Independent Register Editor BELOIT – A pair of 210,000-lb. fermenting tanks made their way out of the west along State Highway 11 Sunday afternoon, Dec. 20. Taking up both sides of the two-lane highway, they crawled along at about 10 mph, in an entourage of support vehicles […]

 
 

Searching for photos of Robert Jensen, owl paintings

Searching for photos of Robert Jensen, owl paintings

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter Robert Jensen passed away about a year and a half ago, but his memory lives on through many cards, books and paintings he created over the years. His artistic, one-of-a-kind, stylized artwork made his cards very special for sick children, elderly, and others celebrating events. […]

 
 

Cards lack just one key play in loss to McFarland

By Derek Hoesly Correspondent BRODHEAD- In a classic battle Brodhead (3-2 overall, 1-2 Rock Valley) let one slip away as McFarland overcame a 10-point deficit with four minutes left to beat Brodhead, 90-85, in double overtime in a Rock Valley crossover matchup Thursday, Dec. 17. The Cardinals came out red-hot […]

 
 

Massive tanks made in China come to rest in Beloit

By Tony Ends Editor BRODHEAD – A pair of 210,000-lb. fermenting tanks made their way out of the west along State Highway 11 Sunday afternoon, Dec. 20. Taking up both sides of the two-lane highway, they crawled along at about 10 mph, in an entourage of support vehicles and police, […]

 
 

Will 2016 mark death of town board powers?

By Tony Ends Editor MADISON – A proposal that cripples Wisconsin’s most democratically controlled government body is poised for a hearing in the first weeks of 2016. Assembly Bill 582 has nine elected supporters in the 99-member state house of representatives, three in the 33-member state senate. It is before […]

 
 

Putting others first takes Brodhead High graduate far

By Tony Ends Editor BRODHEAD – Softball skills that powered Erin Kloepping, 19, to statewide recognition before she graduated high school last spring helped carry her last fall to Winnona State University. In softball, Winnona’s Warriors are standouts, finishing most recently, with a 46-14 record and making their ninth consecutive […]

 
 

Cards triumph against St. Francis, but fall to Cuba City

By Derek Hoesly Correspondent CUBA CITY – Holiday Tournament play Tuesday, Dec. 29, saw the sixth ranked Brodhead girls’ basketball squad cruise to an 88-10 victory over St. Francis in the morning, but drop their first game in 2015-16, losing to third ranked Cuba City, 62-50, in the championship showdown. […]