Archive for: May, 2018

5/16/18 Shopper

5/16/18 Shopper
 
 

5/10/18 Clinton Classifieds

5/10/18 Clinton Classifieds

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5/9/18 Shopper

5/9/18 Shopper
 
 

5/3/18 Clinton Classifieds

5/3/18 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.

 
 

5/2/18 Shopper

5/2/18 Shopper
 
 

Paying It Forward

Paying It Forward

Wondering how you can make a difference and be a better human? Look at the posters throughout the halls at Brodhead Middle School for suggestions. Seventh grade students in Mrs. Tresemer’s Humanities class worked in small groups to complete posters with ideas regarding the simple idea of paying it forward. […]

 
 

County Board sends Livestock Facility Study Group to committee

RYAN BROEGE PHOTO The Independent-Register
	Hickory Daniels milks 350 cows between Brodhead and Juda, and attended last Tuesday’s County Board meeting to urge the board to be cautious in its con-siderations over 39 recommendations made by the Livestock Facility Study Group. “Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater,” Daniels told the board. 
Daniels warned the board that new regulations could push dairy farmers of all sizes out of business at a time when record numbers of farmers are leaving the industry. “Don’t regulate people out of business,” said Daniels. “Water quality is just as important to me as it is to you.”

The County Board voted to send a total of 39 proposed changes to county ordinances, staffing, zoning regulations and best practices to committee – namely Health, Zoning and Land and Water…

 
 

Pinnacle to raise pits to meet county standards

40,000 cubic feet of clay with raise three pits each by 3 feet. Clay will be installed along sidewalls, as well as along the floor, of the manure pits. Three feet of clay will line the bottom, and five feet along the sides.

 
 

Loudenbeck achieves ballot access for fall election

Loudenbeck achieves ballot access for fall election

The Wisconsin Elections Commission approved ballot status for the fall 2018 election for state Rep. Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton) after she submitted in excess of the required 200 nominating signatures and her Declaration of Candidacy form earlier this week.

 
 

BPD brass offer dept. update, perspectives

RYAN BROEGE PHOTOS
The Independent-Register
Brodhead Police Chief Chris
Hughes stands for a photo in the
department’s vehicle garage.

The Independent-Register conducted an interview last month with Brodhead Police Chief Chris Hughes and Deputy Chief and investigator Trevor Long to discuss changes, challenges and the state of the department last month. The interview covered crime in the city, department staffing, alcohol and substance abuse…