Dennis and Suzie Roehl family

This year's Farm Technology Days hosts are Dennis and Suzie Roehl. The July 12-14 event will take place at the Roehls' farm just south of Loyal. Dennis and Suzie are shown with their children Jackson, Devon and Kathryn and Dennis' parents, Velora and Lowell Roehl. 

The theme of this year’s Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in Clark County is “where tradition and technology meet,” an apt expression when considering the area’s past, present and future. The popular event is less than three weeks away. Farm Technology Days will take place at Roehl Acres just south...
Devani Hinkelmann and Andrea Slattery

Devani Hinkelmann (l) of Loyal has been named the new Section Seven State FFA Officer. The last time Loyal had a state FFA officer was 17 years ago, when Andrea (Bloom) Slattery (r) was one. Slattery is also Hinkelmann’s cousin. 

Devani Hinkelmann of the Loyal FFA was elected to a year of service as the 2022-23 Section Seven State FFA Officer during the 93rd Wisconsin FFA Convention held June 13-16 in Madison. Her advisor is Stephanie Donnerbauer. Devani’s parents are Harlan and Melissa Hinkelmann. Devani will be attending...
Olson family - Greenwood

Jeremy and Hannah Olson (l) are the hosts of this year’s Greenwood Dairy Breakfast, this Sunday, June 26, at N10338 Owen Ave., Greenwood. Jeremy took over the farm from his parents, Duane and Donna Olson (r), in 2011. Jeremy and Hannah have four children: Jaci, Lane, Nevy and Kyan. 

This year’s Greenwood Dairy Breakfast features the farm of a familiar local family. Jeremy and Hannah Olson will host the breakfast at their farm, Olson’s Sunrise Dairy, this Sunday, June 26, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The address is N10338 Owen Ave., Greenwood. Parking will be on the farm, weather...
Local electricity providers are issuing warnings about our upcoming summer season. Summer electricity usage peaks during the height of the heat, which can strain the grid. To avoid a total grid failure, safeguards are in place to protect all of us. The Eau Claire Energy Cooperative sent out a...
All throughout the area, fireworks displays have been planned to honor our nation’s independence and celebrate freedom, with some happening the weekend of July 4 and a few earlier or later. The following is a list of upcoming fireworks events and other Independence Day celebrations, listed by date...
Ashley McCauley stilt-walking

Ashley McCauley towers over an early morning crowd in Marshfield during Marshfield’s Dairyfest June 4 as she attempts to break a world record for the highest stilt walk completed by a female. Ashley succeeded in taking 10 unsupported steps at the required height; however, her application to establish a female-only record was denied. (Photo credit: Kris Leonhardt/Hub City Times)

They say you can’t choose your family, but when you grow up around people setting world records, I bet you don’t mind that fact. Jordan Wolf and Ashley McCauley know a thing or two about stilt walking, having grown up around their father, former world record holder Edward Wolf of Loyal, and they...
Kolin Schmitz with Neillsville mayor

Neillsville Mayor Dewey Poeschel presents Kolin Schmitz with a certificate of recognition for completing his Eagle Scout project, which included revitalizing the flagpole/Veterans of Foreign Wars area in the Neillsville City Cemetery. 

Kolin Schmitz has taken his desire to help the community and put it into action with an Eagle Scout project, which included installing benches, concrete walkways and an outdoor podium at the Neillsville cemetery by the flagpole. “I feel accomplished,” Kolin said. Kolin got the idea for his project...
2022 Miss Neillsville candidates

Six young ladies are vying for the title of Miss Neillsville this year. They include (front, l-r) Emma Moen, Ella King, Kayleigh Kubisiak, (back) Callee Mohr, Marie Jorgensen and Abby Mathis.

In less than a month, Neillsville Heritage Days will be upon us and with it, the crowning of a new Miss Neillsville. There are six young ladies in the running this year, all of whom will be seniors in high school next year. The candidates took the time to share a little bit about themselves for The...
Erpenbach and Roberts at History Room

Natalie Erpenbach and Steve Roberts pose outside of the historic Walk building in downtown Neillsville. They are excited to welcome visitors looking to learn more about area history. 

A repurposed space in downtown Neillsville will provide greater accessibility to historical documents and artifacts that used to be kept at the jail museum. The Walk building at 442 Hewett St. is opening as “The History Room.” It will provide a space for people to do their own research on...
The Neillsville Common Council has established an ad hoc committee to outline and present some changes to current city code regarding dog licensing and the regulation of animals. Fourth ward councilmember Joe Neville is heading up the committee, which includes fifth ward councilmember Julie...

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Ashley McCauley stilt-walking

Ashley McCauley towers over an early morning crowd in Marshfield during Marshfield’s Dairyfest June 4 as she attempts to break a world record for the highest stilt walk completed by a female. Ashley succeeded in taking 10 unsupported steps at the required height; however, her application to establish a female-only record was denied. (Photo credit: Kris Leonhardt/Hub City Times)

They say you can’t choose your family, but when you grow up around people setting world records, I bet you don’t mind that fact. Jordan Wolf and Ashley McCauley know a thing or two about...

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