Archive for: February, 2018

Little Maya faces dwindling prospects in Brodhead

By Erica Gokey, Correspondent (Editor Ryan Broege contributed to this report) – The future of Little Maya in Brodhead remains uncertain. Little Maya owner Oscar Leon is unsure if the restaurant will continue or if a suitable building to rent will be available anytime soon. “I don’t see a good […]

 
 

Fire Commission meets ahead of joint meeting with city

By Ryan Broege, Editor The Fire District discussed bookkeeping, budget outlook and paging methods at its monthly meeting last Tuesday at the Fire Department. The joint meeting between the city and the Fire District commissioners, in the works since late December, was discussed briefly. Commissioners Al Schneider and Anderson, Brodhead […]

 
 

Bittersweet Preparations for Cardinal Lanes Closure

By Erica Gokey, Correspondent – Mike Myers, Manager of Cardinal Lanes, has started making plans for the closing of the bowling alley. “Officially, we have the availability to be open in April for events,” Myers said. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Green County will be holding a “Bowl for Kids’ […]

 
 

City, Fire Commission to meet Monday for special meeting

Members of City Council, Mayor Pinnow and the five Fire District commissioners will meet Monday, Feb. 12 at 5 p.m. at City Hall to discuss the future of the joint Fire District agreement between the rural and city fire departments. The possibility of a severing of that agreement, or allowing […]

 
 

2/8/18 Clinton Classifieds

2/8/18 Clinton Classifieds

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2/7/18 Shopper

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Water Study results unveiled Uncertainty swirls around what to do with results

By Ryan Broege, Editor – A long-awaited study of the county’s susceptibility to groundwater pollution has yielded results, but officials say it is too early to know what to make of them. TRC Environmental Corporation, from Madison, Wis., presented their findings last Tuesday at the Justice Center in Monroe, Wis. […]

 
 

Albrecht Elementary brings motivational reading program to a close

Albrecht Elementary brings motivational reading program to a close

Albrecht elementary school had a closing assembly for their reading program, Reading Over The Rainbow, on Jan. 26.  Students kept track of their reading minutes for the month long program, competing against other students in their grade with the top readers in each grade and the winning classes’ teachers competing […]

 
 

Off to the Races

Off to the Races

By Erica Gokey, Correspondent – Cub Scout Pack 108 held their Pinewood Derby race at Albrecht Elementary School last Sunday. The scouts had a chance on Saturday to test out their derby car and make any adjustments. The track for the Pinewood Derby Race takes about an hour to set […]

 
 

Daniel Lartz

Daniel A. Lartz, age 26, of Madison, WI, passed away at his home on Saturday, Feburary 3, 2018.  He was born on December 5, 1991 in Monroe, WI, the son of James W. Walder and Cherie A. Lartz. Dan had worked at various jobs in the Madison area.  He especially […]