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Council approves borrowing for public works project

Council approves borrowing for public works project

By Cynthia L. Miller Editor BRODHEAD – Meeting in a brief session Tuesday evening, Aug. 18, members of the Brodhead Common Council passed a pair of resolutions regarding a proposed public works project. That project involves improvements to the city’s sewer utility including life station upgrades, system needs, telemetry and […]

 
 

Free puzzle exchange underway at the library

Free puzzle exchange underway at the library

By Dan Moeller Correspondent BRODHEAD – A free puzzle exchange is underway and going well at the library. That was part of the report that Brodhead library director Nikki Busch made to the library board last week. The puzzle exchange is located in the center reference area of the library. […]

 
 

Cardinals come up short in season opener

Cardinals come up short in season opener

By Derek Hoesly Correspondent SPRING GREEN- Brodhead-Juda (0-1 overall, 0-0 Rock Valley) nearly pulled off a fourth quarter comeback dropping a shootout 44-38 in the regular season opener. The Blackhawks took a quick 7-0 lead. Elijah Alt connected with Derek Wedige for a 46-yard touchdown throw at the 10:16 mark. […]

 
 

Town Board hears CAFO concerns

Town Board hears CAFO concerns

By Cynthia L. Miller Editor TOWN OF DECATUR – About a dozen people attended the Aug. 17 regular monthly meeting of the Town of Decatur. They came to voice their concerns regarding the proposed construction of a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) in Sylvester Township by the Tuls family. Bryce […]

 
 

Wastewater treatment plant passes DNR requirements

By Mel LeBaron Correspondent BRODHEAD – Members of the Brodhead Common Council members heard good news from public works director Rich Vogel at their meeting held Aug. 10. Vogel presented the DNR’s Compliance Maintenance Annual Report Resolution which addresses how the treatment plant operated in 2014. Passing all requirements posed […]

 
 

Board of Education ponders possible referendum

By Cynthia L. Miller Editor BRODHEAD – Meeting in regular session Wednesday, Aug. 12, members of the Brodhead Board of Education began preliminary open discussions regarding the possibility of running a referendum next year. The current $800,000 non-recurring referendum for the 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16 school years for the purposes […]

 
 

Fire Chief discusses the need for EMTs in the Clinton community

Fire Chief discusses the need for EMTs in the Clinton community

It’s a cold day in January and an elderly couple just finished shoveling six inches of wet heavy snow. Once inside the house, the husband sits down and says “I’m not feeling well, my chest hurts and I have numbness in my left arm” His wife knows he is having […]

 
 

New assisted living community to begin providing services in Clinton

New assisted living community to begin providing services in Clinton

CLINTON – Willowick Senior Living is launching a new assisted living community in Rock County. Willowick Assisted Living will open Dec. 15 at 306 Ogden Ave. in Clinton, Wis. The community will provide comprehensive assisted living care and services to seniors.   Willowick Assisted Living is currently taking applications for admissions […]

 
 

New facility is taking shape

New facility is taking shape

By Cynthia L. Miller Editor BRODHEAD – Thanks to the efforts of more than 25 volunteers, Cardinal fans will have the opportunity to enjoy a new concession and restroom facility at the high school football field starting with 2015 season. Members of the Brodhead Sports Boosters, a volunteer organization within […]

 
 

Pearl Island Project: Where it stands

By Cynthia L. Miller Editor BRODHEAD – Begun in 2011, the city’s Pearl Island Project has evolved from the Brodhead Water & Light and the Street Department’s desire to clear the Mill Race and clean the area during spare time and on weekends. The objective has been and continues to […]