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Ann Harsevoort to be honored at band concert

  CLINTON – Former Clinton High School band director, Ann Harsevoort, will be honored with a special dedication at the high school band concert on Monday, May 16, at 7 p.m. at Clinton High School. Harsevoort was the Clinton High School band director for 66 years, until failing health prevented […]

 
 

Clinton Police Force welcomes Officer Rick Sears

Clinton Police Force welcomes Officer Rick Sears

  By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – The newest member of Clinton’s law enforcement team Officer Rick Sears wants the community to know, “I absolutely love Clinton and the people there! They are warm, friendly folks who really like their community and each other.” Officer Sears added, “Everywhere I […]

 
 

Senator Nass, Rep. Loudenbeck to speak at Clinton Arbor Day ceremony

By Art Bushue Chair, Clinton Forestry Board CLINTON – This year, Clinton will present its 18th Annual Arbor Day Observation acknowledging and celebrating the largely unknown and unappreciated benefits that our community trees provide our residents, businesses, schools, visitors, parks, natural environment and even the global ecosystem. This event was […]

 
 

Shayna Somers educates students about health careers

Shayna Somers educates students about health careers

CLINTON – Mrs. Shayna Somers, a Health Careers Educational Consultant with South Central Wisconsin Area Health Education Careers (AHEC), visited the health classes at Clinton High School and the Careers classes at Clinton Middle School to educate students about the many diverse careers available to students within the health care […]

 
 

They came from Clinton: Shayna (Mueller) Somers – Health Careers Educational Consultant

They came from Clinton: Shayna (Mueller)  Somers – Health Careers Educational Consultant

By Audrey Buchanan Clinton School District This is the twelfth in a series of articles about Clinton alumni and where they are now. CLINTON – Shayna (Mueller) Somers, a 2001 graduate of Clinton High School, is now working as a Health Careers Educational Consultant with South Central Wisconsin Area Health […]

 
 

‘Rock against the Rail’ organizes individual, collective effort to stop proposed railroad

‘Rock against the Rail’ organizes individual,  collective effort to stop proposed railroad

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – “No eminent domain for private gain,” was the message repeated by many locals who filled the Clinton High School commons area on Wednesday, April 6. Many signed petitions, picked up township maps, and registered to receive more information. Prior to and after the […]

 
 

Clinton Library Foundation names winners of ‘I Love My Library!’ contest

Clinton Library Foundation names winners of ‘I Love My Library!’ contest

CLINTON – There is something about a library that people love! We asked some local experts about libraries, kids who know what they are talking about, to tell us why they love libraries. Their answers overwhelmed us! They had very thoughtful and kind responses about their school libraries, public libraries, […]

 
 

CHS students excel at DECA District Competition

CHS students excel at DECA District Competition

CLINTON – Students from Clinton High School recently attended the District DECA Competition in Sun Prairie. Prior to the competition, students were required to complete an economics exam as part of the competition. The day of the competition, students took a cluster test and performed two role plays in front […]

 
 

Clinton students demonstrate generosity, goodwill during holidays

Clinton students demonstrate generosity, goodwill during holidays

The student councils at Clinton Middle School and Clinton High School sponsored food and toy drives to benefit needy families and organizations in the area. Students and staff at Clinton Middle School collected and donated over 350 food items to the Clinton Community Outreach. Students at Clinton High School also […]

 
 

Tanks made in China come to rest in Beloit

Tanks made in China come to rest in Beloit

By Tony Ends Independent Register Editor BELOIT – A pair of 210,000-lb. fermenting tanks made their way out of the west along State Highway 11 Sunday afternoon, Dec. 20. Taking up both sides of the two-lane highway, they crawled along at about 10 mph, in an entourage of support vehicles […]