Archive for: June, 2017

6/29/17 Clinton Classifieds

6/29/17 Clinton Classifieds

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6/28/17 Shopper

6/28/17 Shopper
 
 

Jaycees selling Packers Family Night tickets

  Take your family to Lambeau Field to watch the Green Bay Packers practice at their annual Family Night on Saturday, August 5. Tickets cost $10 per person, and a portion of each ticket purchase supports the Brodhead Jaycees. A ticket is required for every person attending regardless of age. […]

 
 

Baseball players recognized

Baseball players recognized

By Derek Hoesly, Correspondent – The Brodhead-Juda baseball team held their end-of-the-year banquet on June 14. The baseball program had reason to celebrate on this night. The Cardinals won 14 games in 2017, which was the second most wins in a single season since 2005. Senior Tyler Hoesly was named […]

 
 

Brodhead library changes magazine checkout policy

By Dan Moeller, Correspondent – The Brodhead library is now allowing patrons to check out current issues of magazines. Following last week’s board meeting, library director Angela Noel said patrons can check out and take home the latest magazine issues on a trial basis. Noel said that previously, only past […]

 
 

Zoe Tresemer attends Wisconsin Leadership Seminars

Zoe Tresemer attends Wisconsin Leadership Seminars

In an effort to identify outstanding high school sophomores throughout Wisconsin, one student from each high school is selected to attend Wisconsin Leadership Seminars (WILS) at no cost to the student or school. Participants are chosen for being responsible citizens in their communities and/or schools. WILS encourages leadership development through […]

 
 

Brodhead man to perform with Middleton Players Theatre in ’42nd Street’

Brodhead’s John Winters will join Middleton Players Theatre in presenting the ultimate show-biz musical 42nd Street, with music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin, and book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble. Winters was selected to play Abner Dillon, a Texas Sugar Daddy, and will perform in his first […]

 
 

Relay for Life raises funds, spirits, morale

Relay for Life raises funds, spirits, morale

By Ryan Broege, Correspondent – On a breezy, sun-splashed day at Larsen Field, after Josie Picard sang the final notes of the “National Anthem,” the atmosphere almost felt like that of an unseasonably warm track meet. Then Tami Jacobson, the 2017 Green County Relay for Life Honorary Survivor, held the […]

 
 

Fire discusses history of fireworks, safety

By John Rindfleisch CLINTON FIRE CHIEF The next two weekends many communities in the Clinton area will be celebrating Independence Day. This year’s celebrations will surely involve some sort of pyrotechnics display. Fireworks have been amazing audiences for centuries, and this year’s displays are sure to be just as spectacular […]

 
 

Mom hits a Deer – makes sandwiches

By Scott Cernek HARVEST HILLS CHURCH Last Thursday my 82-year-old mother was driving to the local nursing home to do a Bible study with the residents there. She was driving on one of those curvy and hilly country roads back home in southwest Wisconsin, and a deer decided to jump […]