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Local WWII veteran remembers his service to our country

Local WWII veteran remembers his service to our country

By Celeste Lightner-Greenwalt For The Clinton Topper Born in Monticello, Wis. in 1925, Fred Wiedmer was born into a farming family in Turtle Valley just north of Delavan, one of eight children. Now, 91 years old, Fred sat down to remember his time in the United States Army during one […]

 
 

School Bell Awards to be presented at Commencement ceremony

  CLINTON – The Clinton Community School District is fortunate to have people in our community who support our schools, students, and staff. This year we are again honoring individuals, organizations, and businesses who have contributed to the success of our schools.  Pick up this week’s printed edition for full […]

 
 

They came from Clinton: Bridget DeLong Wozniak – Medical Doctor in Family Practice

They came from Clinton: Bridget DeLong Wozniak – Medical Doctor in Family Practice

By Audrey Buchanan Clinton School District This is the fifteenth in a series of articles about Clinton Alumni and where they are today. Bridget (DeLong) Wozniak graduated from Clinton High School in 2000, as co-valedictorian, and went on to become a doctor in family practice in Baraboo, Wisconsin. After high […]

 
 

Village Board reviewed finance, approved committees

  By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – Clinton Village President Connie Tracy called the meeting to order on Tuesday, May 17, 6 p.m. for a financial review presented by Ehlers representative Jon Cameron. The regular meeting started at 7 p.m.  Pick up this week’s printed edition for the full […]

 
 

Clinton students participate in SkillsUSA, Champions at Work competition

Clinton students participate in  SkillsUSA, Champions at Work competition

MADISON – Ten students from Clinton High School, and 11 students from Clinton Middle School took part in the 43rd Annual State SkillsUSA Competition in Madison at the Alliant Center. This competition spans over the course of two days, and includes events such as photography, welding, engineering challenge (team problem […]

 
 

Violin Lessons

  For some reason when I was about five years old I began to have the desire to play the violin I think it was because my Dad always said how much he loved violin music, and I wanted to try and impress him or something. My Mom found me […]

 
 

Emerald Grove invites community to Memorial Day service

  JANESVILLE – A Memorial Day program will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, May 30, at the Emerald Grove Church, 8127 E. Hwy. 14, Janesville. The program is presented by the Emerald Grove Cemetery Auxiliary and will feature speaker Derek Hahn. Derek was a Sergeant in the Army […]

 
 

Vial of Life provides vital information during medical emergencies

  It’s 8 a.m. and you have a busy day planned. You’ve been hurrying around all morning getting ready. All of the sudden you can’t catch your breath and your chest feels tight. There is a pain shooting down your arm and it radiates through to your back. You hold […]

 
 

Village Board opposes GLB Rail, installed officials

Village Board opposes GLB Rail, installed officials

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – Clinton Village President Connie Tracy called the meeting to order on Tuesday, April 19, 6 p.m. The regular meeting started at 7 p.m. Board Trustees present were: Ron Torkilson, Art Bushue, Dennis Nielson, Dina Knibbs, and Brian Jacobs.  Pick up this week’s printed […]

 
 

They Came from Clinton . . . Bill Lock and Julie Michels, Culver’s Owners

They Came from Clinton . . . Bill Lock and Julie Michels, Culver’s Owners

By Audrey Buchanan Clinton School District This is the 14th in a series about Clinton alumni and where they are today. Bill Lock and Julie (McGinnis) Michels, both 1971 graduates from Clinton High School, have found their career success as owners of Culver’s restaurants. Bill currently owns the Culver’s in […]