River, age 8, successfully hunted a turkey on family farm land in Neillsville. River, son of Adam and Ashley (not pictured), loves hunting rabbits and deer. River participated in the youth turkey hunt April 15 and 16.

Cory D. Neumueller pled “no contest” to homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle and injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle that killed one Clark County worker and severely injured another in an August 2021 crash.

Cory D. Neumueller, convicted of striking and killing one Clark County Highway Department worker and severely injuring another in a crash August 8, 2021, entered a plea in Clark County Court, March 30. Neumueller, 30 (28 at the time of the crash), of Neillsville, pled “no contest” and was found...
A sex offender is set to be sentenced in Douglas County after sexually assaulting a teenager before releasing her just outside of Curtiss. Gregg Eric Koepke, 58, of Poplar, Douglas County, was charged with two counts: repeated sexual assault of a child, and use of a computerized communication...
NHS junior prom court announced

The Neillsville School District has announced its 2023 junior prom court: (front, l-r) Brynleigh, Rayce, (middle) Lilly Opelt, Paige Voight, Eliana Subke, Nataly Harris, Jada Gurney, Cali Modseid, Mary Duxs, (back) Pris Opelt, Mikah Zoscheke, Bryce Erickson, Gavin Barth, Max Kreitlow, Austin Cross and Jace Mekol. Not pictured, representing Neillsville High School at sporting events, were Ashten Schultz and Braylon Boyer.

Marshfield attorney levels claims at RWE, RWE responds

Hundreds of people gathered from all over Clark County, and some from outside it, in the Curtiss Fire Hall March 28 to listen to a presentation from Farmland First about the negative side effects of wind turbines and what the group saw as the downsides of RWE’s business contracts.

“Despite all our accomplishments, we owe our existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact it rains.”–Farm Equipment Association. With lawn signs popping up over Clark County protesting the company, it has been no secret the division over the issue of RWE Clean Energy’s [RWE] arrival in the...
Granton’s losing a bit of history

Roger Nitschke has owned Roger’s Grocery in Granton for 30 years. April 29, the doors will close permanently and he will retire.

Roger’s Grocery in Granton has operated for 30 years, and the closing of its doors will shut the doors on a piece of Granton history many of the town have spent their lives around. After all, nothing can last forever. Designed, built and opened without financial support by owner Roger Nitschke in...
(L-r) Hunter Knoll, along with him mom Jessie Cox, of Hatfield snagged a couple more boxes of Girl Scout cookies before they are gone until next year. “I’m looking forward to enjoying these while I sew this afternoon,” Cox said. Ryann Walter was selling at Drescher Oil/BP gas station Sunday...
Greenwood High School students (l-r) Avry Wuethrich, Britney Walde, Rogan Travis, Christian Thomas, Braelynn Johnson, Jaylinn Artac, Destiny Durrstein and Katlund Etlicher filled Easter eggs for the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt held April 8. The students, along with four chamber...
Since December, Abigail Koepp, 17, of Neillsville, has fought to overcome her leukemia. April 1 marked a milestone both in support for the Koepps as well as an update those closest to the family needed to hear: an update on Abigail’s condition. The announcement came at the Knock Out Leukemia cancer...
The Greenwood High School Chess Club competed at the Wisconsin State Scholastic Chess Championship March 18 and 19. The team tied for sixth out of 23 teams. Angel Anderson’s (front, center) individual score earned him a 10th place trophy out of 116 competitors.


Clark County Press

Your local source for news, sports and more in the Clark County area.

Contact Information:
409 East Main Street
Black River Falls, WI 54615

PH: (715) 284-4304

Comment Here