Archive for: November, 2017

Charlotte V. Reavi

Charlotte V. Reavi

Beloit – Charlotte V. Reavis, age 83, of Beloit, formerly of the Orfordville,  passed away at her home on Saturday, November 4, 2017.  She was born on April 6, 1934 in Milton, WI, the daughter of Albert and Francis (Kelly) Steindl.  She married Andre Reavis on October 10, 1953 at […]

 
 

Brodhead teacher named graduate student

This year’s recipient of the 2016-2017 Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year is Brooke Lederman, a special education teacher at Brodhead Middle School. Each spring, faculty members of the Department of Special Education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater elect an outstanding graduate student of the year. Pick up this week’s […]

 
 

Decatur Lake Mill Race Association installs signs guiding boaters down Sugar River

Decatur Lake Mill Race Association installs signs guiding boaters down Sugar River

By Ryan Broege, Editor – John and Jaine Winters contributed to this reporting. The Sugar River will be an even more enticing, and safer, destination for canoe and kayak enthusiasts, thanks to an effort spearheaded by the Decatur Lake Mill Race Association. The signs will be placed beside boat landings, […]

 
 

Gratz recognized for contributions as cross-country coach at BHS

Gratz recognized for contributions as cross-country coach at BHS

By Derek Hoesly, Correspondent – Curt Gratz’s impact can be felt both on and off the cross-country course, leaving a lasting impression on many of his runners over the past 16 years. Gratz was one of the 50 nominees for U.S. Cellular’s Most Valuable Coach Award. Gratz received an email […]

 
 

Mayoral race starting early, as Stocks starts pressuring Pinnow, council directly

Mayoral race  starting early, as Stocks starts pressuring Pinnow, council directly

By Ryan Broege, Editor – Welcome or otherwise, a new season is in effect in Brodhead, and will not be going anywhere until April. It has nothing to do with the temperature, either – it is mayoral campaign season. Tim Stocks announced his candidacy for Mayor on Oct. 16, and […]

 
 

Quick update on Pinnacle Diary

Quick update on Pinnacle Diary

By Ryan Broege, Editor – The Green County Land and Water Conservation Committee went into closed session at their meeting last Thursday to discuss litigation that the committee is, or is very likely to become involved with. The potential lawsuit involves Pinnacle Dairy, who is allegedly in violation of stipulations […]

 
 

11/2/17 Clinton Classifieds

11/2/17 Clinton Classifieds

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11/1/17 Shopper

11/1/17 Shopper
 
 

OPEN HOUSE NOVEMBER 5 NOT NOVEMBER 4

The community calendar on page 2 of the November 1 issue of the Independent-Register incorrectly listed the date of the Senior/Community Center Open House as Saturday, November 4.  The Open House is actually November 5, 11-4 pm.