Adam and Kat Luchterhand family

The Luchterhands are always on the move, helping out with community events and sports. Adam and Kat are shown here with their three boys: Marcus, Lucas and Aiden.

Clark County is full to the brim with amazing people, people who enrich the lives of our youth and make a positive impact on our community. We all know someone or multiple people who are the watermark for local involvement and impact. One example would be local couple Adam and Kat Luchterhand....
Ken Jennings with award

Shown from l-r are Glen Luchterhand, Ken Jennings and Scott Haines. Jennings was nominated by Haines and Luchterhand for the United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame, and is this year’s Neillsville inductee.

The Neillsville United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce Ken Jennings as this year’s Hall of Fame inductee. Jennings was selected for his “superior performance and meritorious service.” Glen Luchterhand and Scott Haines nominated Jennings for this honor. Jennings...
Jayda Harris

Jayda Harris of Neillsville is a member of the UW-Stevens Point curling team that won the USA Curling College National Championship.


Jayda Harris of Neillsville has found a fun new hobby that brought her success at the highest level. Harris recently competed on the UW-Stevens Point curling team, which took first place in the USA Curling College National Championship. “It was pretty crazy. It was wonderful,” said Harris about...
Stephen Buchanan, All-American

Former Neillsville-Greenwood-Loyal wrestler Stephen Buchanan displays the third-place trophy he earned at the NCCA Division 1 Wrestling Championship. He was named an All-American for being among the top eight wrestlers in his weight class.


A former Neillsville-Greenwood-Loyal (NGL) wrestler has received the honor of being named an All-American for the second year in a row. Stephen Buchanan, a 2019 Loyal graduate, took third place in the 197-pound weight class at the NCAA Division 1 Tournament March 19 at Little Casesars Arena in...

Kylie Boyer, a senior, drives inside for the Warriors. She chipped in three on the night in the semifinal game versus Waconia. 

Although the Neillsville girls’ basketball season came to a close at the Resch Center Thursday, the girls had much to be proud of. “I always say that that among the teams that make it to state, there are no losers. I consider them champions to have made it that far,” said Neillsville coach John...

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