Author Archive: RVPEditor

Cardinal errors prove costly in season-ending game

Cardinal errors prove costly in season-ending game

By Derek Hoesly, Correspondent BRODHEAD — The four-seed Brodhead-Juda baseball team couldn’t quite overcome an early hole as five-seed Edgerton beat the Cardinals 11-7 in a WIAA Division 3 regional quarterfinal last Thursday. The Crimson Tide took a 2-0 lead in the top of the second. Daniel Zeimet ripped a […]

 
 

Pancake Breakfast draws record numbers

Pancake Breakfast draws record numbers

By Siara Schwartzlow, Editor BRODHEAD — An enormous crowd turned out for the Community Pancake Breakfast held at the Brodhead Airport on Sunday, May 22nd. The event helped celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Brodhead Airport. “I’ve never seen this many cars,” said Dick Weden, who was in charge of […]

 
 

Register Print Center to offer UPS services

Register Print Center to offer UPS services

By Siara Schwartzlow, Editor BRODHEAD — The Register Print Center will begin offering UPS packaging services this week. With the recent closure of Brodhead’s Packages Plus, the community was left without these services. Kim Markham, a business owner in the community since 1996, decided to pick up the opportunity. “We […]

 
 

Record-setting performances given at sectional track meet

By Derek Hoesly, Correspondent MONROE — On a gorgeous day, the Brodhead-Juda girls’ track and field team placed third with 104 points, and the boys’ squad took sixth with 67 points at the WIAA Division 2 Monroe regional track and field meet last Monday. The girls sent six individuals and […]

 
 

Terry Phillip Barnard

Terry Phillip Barnard

  EVANSVILLE — Terry Phillip Barnard, 64, passed away at home in the early morning hours on May 7, 2016, after a ten-month battle with colon cancer. He was born on Sept. 9, 1951, in Rockford, Ill., the son of Lee J.R. Barnard and Wanda Lavern (Jones) Barnard. He graduated […]

 
 

Elementary halls welcome the return of the Class of 2016

Elementary halls welcome the return of the Class of 2016

  By Siara Schwartzlow, Editor BRODHEAD — Donning graduation caps in Cardinal red and white, the Class of 2016 paraded the halls of Albrecht Elementary School on Friday, May 27. Elementary students held handmade signs thanking and congratulating seniors. Parents, siblings, friends, and of course, teachers joined as spectators and […]

 
 

Donald Williams, 80

  CLINTON – Donald Richard Williams, 80, passed away on Monday, May 23, 2016, at the Alden Park Nursing Home in Clinton, Wis. He was born of Richard and Elinore Williams on Nov. 25, 1935, in Beloit, Wis. He lived his entire life on the family farm in Manchester Township, […]

 
 

Clinton students compete for Rock County 4-H Fair Court

Clinton students compete for Rock County 4-H Fair Court

By Cathy Wendtland CLINTON – On Saturday, May 21, the Rock County 4-H Fair Royalty was selected. After a previous Saturday of interviews, recording public service announcements, essays and a luncheon were completed, the youth were asked back on the 21st for the last part of the competition. Pick up […]

 
 

Rep. Amy Loudenbeck seeks fourth term

  Submits nomination papers to GAB CLINTON — State Representative Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton) submitted nomination papers containing over 300 signatures from residents of the 31st Assembly District to the Government Accountability Board. In seeking reelection, Rep. Loudenbeck pledges to build upon the policy initiatives implemented since she was sworn into […]

 
 

Clinton Middle School students present ‘The Wizard of Oz’

Clinton Middle School students present ‘The Wizard of Oz’

CLINTON – The Clinton Middle School presented “The Wizard of Oz” on May 26, 2016. Students in seventh and eighth grades worked for 10 weeks, practicing singing, dancing, and acting to present this wonderful show. Over 60 students presented in full costume with lights, sound effects and a fully decorated […]