Jesus Contreras Perez, the 42-year-old Mosinee man convicted of murdering 27-year-old Cassandra Ayon of Loyal, has been sentenced to life in prison and will not be eligible for parole. After a weeklong trial in June, Contreras Perez was convicted of three counts, the first being first-degree...
Jordan Love with Neillsville middle schoolers

Shown are Brady Gerhardt (l) and Evan Gross with Packers backup quaterback, Jordan Love.

Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Jordan Love visited Gross Motors of Neillsville on Sept. 3. As part of the event, Neillsville-Granton high school and middle school football players sold $1,880 in raffle tickets to raise funds for the Marshfield Clinic Pediatric Oncology Fund, which supports...
The Greenwood Common Council has taken the next step in moving forward with the West Miller Street reconstruction project. The council approved an owner and engineer contract with MSA Professional Services at its Sept. 7 meeting. The city will pay MSA $166,200 for engineering and design services,...
Danny Bravener

Members of the Greenwood High School Booster Club present Danny Bravener with a bench made from old bleacher boards and express their gratitude for his 21 years of service to Greenwood athletics.

The Greenwood Athletic Department and Booster Club took the time recently to recognize an individual who has done much to support Greenwood athletics. Danny Bravener decided to retire from the Greenwood High School Booster Club after spending the last 21 years as president. Before the Aug. 26...
The Neillsville School District has set its budget for the 2022-23 school year. District residents voted unanimously, 12-0, to approve the budget at the annual meeting Aug. 29. The total budget is estimated to be $16,408.433, with a tax levy of $3,643,265. That is down from last year when it was $4...
Tractors for Autism members

Tractors for Autism and Disabilities (TFAD) board members (l-r) Laurie Curtis, Mary Laschen and Judy Morrow pose outside of the former nuns’ residence at 212 W. Spring St., Loyal, which will be TFAD’s new home.  

After six years, a local organization that helps people with disabilities will finally have a space to call its own. Tractors for Autism and Disabilities (TFAD) is in the process of moving into the former nuns’ residence next to St. Anthony’s Catholic School in Loyal. “It was always our dream to...
Ryan Kusay family with bell

Ryan Kusay and his family fixed up this old Chili schoolhouse bell to hang proudly at Camp Victory near Greenwood. Shown are Jim Kitchen of Camp Victory and Gannon, Zaylee, Melissa, Jaylynn and Ryan Kusay. 

An old school bell has found a new home at Camp Victory, a non-profit organization providing outdoor experiences to facilitate healing for veterans and others suffering from post-traumatic stress. The camp is nestled in the woods about five miles west of Greenwood. Duane and Betty Guden lived on a...
Voter
A Loyal man fills out his ballot in the Aug. 9 primary. Clark County saw 5,453 individuals vote. 
Wisconsin saw almost 1.2 million people head to the polls Aug. 9 for the partisan primary, which was about 25.5% of the state’s adult population. This was the best turnout for a non-presidential primary since 26.9% in 1982. Here in Clark County, 5,453 people cast their ballot, which was...
Clark County Centennial Fair book

This year rings in 150 years of Clark County Fair history. The 1972 centennial fair book features an advertisement for the 1901 “20th Century Fair.” 

Animals, agriculture, exhibits, good food – some things have always been a part of the county fair. This year the Clark County Fair is celebrating its 150th birthday, warranting a walk down memory lane to reflect on the last century-and-a-half of the event’s history. See later in the article for a...
Greenwood Area Library

A proposed expansion to the Greenwood Area Library would increase the building’s footprint by more than 1,300 feet and provide a program room, handicap-accessible restrooms, more kids’ space and storage space. 

The library is a community gathering place, one of the few places left in society where people are not expected to pay something when they visit. As such, it ought to reflect the needs of the community. The Greenwood Area Library Board is planning to propose an addition to the current library...

Sports

Danny Bravener

Members of the Greenwood High School Booster Club present Danny Bravener with a bench made from old bleacher boards and express their gratitude for his 21 years of service to Greenwood athletics.

The Greenwood Athletic Department and Booster Club took the time recently to recognize an individual who has done much to support Greenwood athletics. Danny Bravener decided to retire from the...

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