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First Presbyterian Church welcomes new pastor, his family

First Presbyterian Church welcomes new pastor, his family

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – It is refreshing to have young neighbors living next door to my house on Church Street. The family that resides in the Presbyterian Church home includes Pastor Paul Kucera, his wife of nearly 10 years, Devon, and their two sons, Nicholas, 3, and […]

 
 

Clinton High School band participates in annual parade

Clinton High School band participates in annual parade

By Celeste Lightner-Greenwalt Reporter CLINTON – The Clinton High School marching band recently took a trip to Cashton, Wis. to perform in the Cashton 62nd annual Fall Festival. Band director Ben Brueggen took 80 students to Cashton, his hometown, to participate in the parade to give them an opportunity to […]

 
 

Friends of Carver-Roehl Park to host Fall Fest/Fun Fest

CLINTON – Friends of Carver-Roehl are making plans to hold their 13th annual “Fall Fest/Fun Fest” on Sunday, Oct. 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Carver-Roehl Park (located ½ mile north of Creek Road on Carvers Rock Road, between Clinton and Darien). Please mark your calendars now. The […]

 
 

Clinton schools welcome new teachers

Clinton schools welcome new teachers

Courtesy photo Clinton schools welcome new teachers Front row, from left Heidi Enright (FACE), Kim Bindl (HS English), Judith Kazy-Garey (5th grade long-term sub), Calli Viken (2nd grade), Heidi Simms (CES Principal), Molly Sejbl (4th grade), Chanda Droske (ES Art), back row – Leslie Leith (MS Art), Dana Goodnow (MS […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

Relay for Life of Clinton Superheroes fight cancer

Relay for Life of Clinton Superheroes fight cancer

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – Want a reality check? Take a few minutes to listen to Frank Crivello, Gavin North, and Jakob Nielson talk about how cancer changed their lives. The three cancer survivors share a common bond. Each relies heavily on support from their family, friends and […]

 
 

School Board discussed budget, fair teacher compensation

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – The Clinton Community District School Board met at the Clinton High School on Tuesday, June 2, 7 p.m. Board Members present were: Dustin Esselman, Gary Gilbank, Jill Gunderson, Tom Howard, Ken Luety, Craig Ostrander, and Evelyn Propp. Administrator Dr. Randy Refsland and Business […]

 
 

Ballmer, Waite receive FFA degrees at state convention

Ballmer, Waite receive FFA degrees at state convention

MADISON – Ciera Ballmer and Casey Waite of the Clinton FFA Chapter received the Wisconsin FFA Degree at the 86th State FFA Convention at the Alliant Energy Center of Dane County – Exhibition Hall in Madison, June 17. The Wisconsin FFA Association conferred the State FFA Degree to 300 members. […]

 
 

Village Board approves expenses for National Night Out

By Mary Ann Inman Reporter CLINTON – Clinton Village President, Connie Tracy called the meeting to order on Tuesday, June 16, at 7 p.m. Board Trustees present were: Ron Torkilson, Art Bushue, Jeanette Troha, Brian Jacobs, and Dina Knibbs. Dennis Nielson was absent. Treasurer/Clerk Pam Franseen and Administrator, Jennifer Sheiffer […]