Archive for: June, 2016

Police Arrest Man for Asking Obscene Questions

  BRODHEAD – Between June 2nd and June 6th, Brodhead Police received three separate complaints from women between the ages of 15 and 24 of a middle-aged, white male driving up to them on the street and either asking them questions of a sexual nature or requesting that they expose themselves to […]

 
 

6/9/16 Clinton Classifieds

6/9/16 Clinton Classifieds

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6/8/16 Shopper

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Glen W. Hahn, 89

Glen W. Hahn, 89

CLINTON – Glen W. Hahn, 89, of Clinton, Wis. died Monday, May 30, 2016 at Huntington Place in Janesville, Wis. He was born Feb. 5, 1927 in Clinton to the late Henry and Florence (Henschel) Hahn. He graduated from Clinton High School class of 1945.  Glen married Mildred Nielsen on Sept. […]

 
 

Ruth I. Boerner, 83

Ruth I. Boerner, 83

CLINTON – Ruth I. Boerner, 83, died Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at Premiere Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing in Beloit. Ruth was born Ruth I. Pugh on Jan. 15, 1933 in Portage, Wis. to Edward and Eunice (Miller) Pugh. Ruth married Gustave W. Boerner on Sept. 21, 1957 at St. Mary’s […]

 
 

Fire Chief shares tips about dangers of hot weather

  June 9 is Heat Awareness Day in Wisconsin. With the recent weather we have had it is time to prepare for the heat that is sure to come. Every year you hear someone say “it went right from winter to summer with no spring.” Well, this year we have […]

 
 

Sign kids up now for Cougar basketball camp sessions, June 13–16

  CLINTON – The Girls Basketball Coaching staff will be directing the summer basketball camp sessions with help from Greta Rath. All sessions will be held at Clinton High School. Pick up this week’s printed edition for full story…..

 
 

Reverend Groth, Jefferson Prairie Church, retires after 20 years

  By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – Thomas Groth’s father was a music teacher and professional piano player, usually performing in four or five piece bands. His mother was a legal secretary and his only sister was seven years older. Pick up this week’s printed edition for full story….

 
 

Brodhead-Juda track and field athletes finish strong at State

By Derek Hoesly, Correspondent LA CROSSE — The Brodhead-Juda track and field program was represented well on the grandest stage at the 2016 State Track and Field meet at UW-La Crosse Memorial Stadium. The 4×800-meter relay team moved up the podium from last year, as they were crowned State Runner-Up […]

 
 

American Cancer Society to paint Green County purple for Relay for Life

GREEN COUNTY — The American Cancer Society is seeking businesses and organizations to get involved in the Relay for Life movement by displaying purple ribbons and other decorations from June 12th through the 19th. “Paint Our Town Purple” is a time to celebrate the lives of cancer survivors and to […]