Archive for: April, 2018

Kieth Pinnow

Kieth Pinnow

Kieth W. Pinnow age 67 died Wednesday April 11, 2018 at Beloit Memorial Hospital. He was born March 18, 1951 the son of Alfred and Dorothy (Brager) Pinnow in Brodhead, WI. Kieth was employed at Kandu Industries in Janesville for the last 51 years. He enjoyed bowling, watching old movies, […]

 
 

Betty Malcook

Betty Malcook

Elizabeth “Betty” Malcook, age 91, passed away on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Woods Crossing in Brodhead where she was a resident for over three years. She was born on October 20, 1926 in Morrison, Ill., the daughter of Earl and Mildred (Larson) Shrier.  She moved to Wisconsin when she […]

 
 

Rural council met Tuesday in Clinton

Rural council met Tuesday in Clinton

Presentations on supporting students with disabilities and building capacity for rural education research along with a choral presentation and tour of the aquaponics lab headlined Tuesday’s meeting of the State Superintendent’s Advisory Council on Rural Schools, Libraries, and Communities.

 
 

YWCA Rock County child care program to host Family Fun Night

The YWCA Rock County Child Care Program will host a Family Fun Night on Friday, April 20, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Franklin Middle School located at 450 N. Crosby Ave. in Janesville. The event will include family swim time from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., games with prizes, an […]

 
 

4/12/18 Clinton Classifieds

4/12/18 Clinton Classifieds

Click the link above to access the the latest classifieds section Classified Ads The Clinton Topper is a weekly newspaper, published on Wednesdays. To submit your classified ad for the print version of The Clinton Topper, please call 815-877-4044.

 
 

4/11/18 Shopper

4/11/18 Shopper
 
 

Election brings half of registered Brodhead voters to polls

Election brings half of registered Brodhead voters to polls

By Ryan Broege, Editor – While it fell a few hundred votes short of the turnout two years ago when a school referendum was up for a vote, last week’s Spring Election drummed up significant activity at the polls. 725 voters cast ballots, accounting for 50 percent of all eligible […]

 
 

Three Loudenbeck bills signed into law

Three Loudenbeck bills signed into law

Last week, three bills championed by Rep. Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton) were signed into law by Governor Scott Walker. Assembly Bills 659 (AB 659) and 848 (AB 848) were authored by Rep. Loudenbeck and became 2017 Wisconsin Acts 223 and 204, Assembly Bill 118 (AB 118) became 2017 Wisconsin Act 222 […]

 
 

Cold, dry spring postponing planting season

RYAN BROEGE PHOTO The Independent-Register
Unseasonably cold temperatures mean spring fertilizing, among a
number of other harbingers of spring, has been on hold.

By Ryan Broege, Editor – Below-average soil moisture and temperature is delaying this year’s planting season. The ground needs to gain about another 30 degrees before farmers can plant this year’s crop, said Nick Baker, UW-Rock County Agriculture Extension agent, who also works in Green and Walworth counties. In an […]

 
 

Kay Searles

Kay Searles

Katherine “Kay” Margaret Searles, age 92, of Brodhead, passed away on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at the Next Inning Assisted Living facility in Orfordville, WI.  She was born on January 18, 1926 in Verona, WI, the daughter of John and Katherine (Matzner) Jaggi.  She married Robert L. Searles on September […]