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BIO-REFINERY MOVES FORWARD IN STANLEY
Monday, January 31st, 2005 -- 11:07 am
A first-of-its-kind bio-refinery facility in Stanley is moving forward – and it could be producing high-valued sugars – or pectins - for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries by the end of the year. [ full story ]
COSTLY UPGRADES AT STANLEY PRISON
Monday, January 31st, 2005 -- 11:01 am
The Stanley Prison was privately built with no contract from the state, but the state bought it anyway, and now they’re paying for some deficiencies. [ full story ]
RAPIDS MAN BOUND OVER ON CHILD ABUSE CHARGES
Monday, January 31st, 2005 -- 11:00 am
A 21-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man has been bound over trial on charges that he beat his 2-month-old daughter. [ full story ]
GRANTON AND LOYAL BOARDS TO DISCUSS ATHLETIC COOPS
Thursday, January 27th, 2005 -- 11:56 am
Granton Superintendent Jerry Nelson says the two boards will talk about possible athletic coops at their meeting on Monday night. [ full story ]
LOYAL/GRANTON SCHOOL BOARDS TO DISCUSS SHARING ADMINISTRATION
Thursday, January 27th, 2005 -- 11:53 am
As we told you earlier this week, a number of area schools will be meeting together on Monday night. [ full story ]
CHIPPEWA COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER FIRE 'NIGHTMARE'
Thursday, January 27th, 2005 -- 11:49 am
The head of the Clark County Humane Society calls a fire at the Chippewa County shelter “tragic”. [ full story ]
BOY TRIES TO KILL FAMILY WITH RAT POISON
Thursday, January 27th, 2005 -- 11:41 am
And you thought you had problems with your kids. [ full story ]
GARD SAYS 'NO' TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR
Thursday, January 27th, 2005 -- 11:40 am
John Gard has ruled out a run for governor, but not a campaign for Congress. [ full story ]
KWIK TRIP NCC'S BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Wednesday, January 26th, 2005 -- 8:46 am
The Neillsville Chamber of Commerce is hosting their Recognition Banquet Thursday night at Fannies Supper Club. [ full story ]
EXPERIENCE WORKS HELPS THOSE 55 AND OLDER FIND WORK
Wednesday, January 26th, 2005 -- 8:42 am
Not all the programs created through Lyndon Johnson’s “war on poverty” are still around today – in fact very few have survived – but Tuesday on Viewpoint, we learned about one that is still very active. [ full story ]
MONDAY WILL BE BUSY FOR AREA SCHOOLS
Wednesday, January 26th, 2005 -- 8:35 am
Next Monday night will be a busy night for area schools. [ full story ]
CHIPPEWA CO. HUMANE SOCIETY FIRE INVESTIGATED
Wednesday, January 26th, 2005 -- 8:01 am
Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a fire at an animal shelter in Chippewa County late Monday night. [ full story ]
SNOWMOBILE TRAILS OPEN
Monday, January 24th, 2005 -- 12:37 pm
The snow on Friday night and Saturday morning was enough to get snowmobile trails open here in Clark County. [ full story ]
BLOOD CENTER: SUPPLIES 'CRITICALLY LOW'
Monday, January 24th, 2005 -- 12:34 pm
The Blood Center is experiencing a “critical” blood shortage due to the winter storm we received on Friday night and Saturday morning. [ full story ]
2004 GREAT YEAR FOR WISCONSIN FARMERS
Monday, January 24th, 2005 -- 12:33 pm
2004 was a record year for Wisconsin farmers. [ full story ]
TABOR MEETING RESCHEDULED
Thursday, January 20th, 2005 -- 2:22 pm
The informational meeting on the Taxpayers Bill of Rights has been rescheduled. [ full story ]
NUISANCE TAGS AVAILABLE FOR CITY OF NEILLSVILLE
Thursday, January 20th, 2005 -- 9:19 am
Anyone that lives in the city limits of Neillsville knows that deer are a problem. [ full story ]
WOOD COUNTY RESIDENTS UPSET WITH SEPTIC CHARGES
Thursday, January 20th, 2005 -- 9:18 am
Some Wood County residents are crying foul over charges associated with the monitoring of their private septic systems. [ full story ]
FUN SHOW NEEDS ENTRIES
Thursday, January 20th, 2005 -- 9:18 am
The Neillsville Winter Carnival is just around the corner and the organizers of the popular Talent and Fun Show are looking for participants. [ full story ]
THORP BUSINESS TO BENEFIT FROM GRANT
Thursday, January 20th, 2005 -- 9:17 am
Good economic news for northern Clark County. . [ full story ]
Granton First Responders Move Forward After Defibrillator Disappointment
Thursday, January 20th, 2005 -- 9:16 am
The Granton First Responders are making strides to replace some faulty defibrillators. [ full story ]
ANOTHER GREENWOOD SCHOOLS REFERENDUM POSSIBLE
Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 -- 10:38 am
The Greenwood School chief is very pleased with the turnout they had at a public forum on the cash-strapped district’s future last night and is more optimistic that a revenue cap exemption might be worthwhile then he was before the meeting. [ full story ]
FARM TECHNOLOGY DAYS FUNDRAISING CONTINUES
Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 -- 10:31 am
Matt Jorgensen of the Farm Technology Days 2005 Executive Committee says they are going from business to business seeking donations for the event, but they are also holding a raffle. [ full story ]
FARM TECHNOLOGY DAYS PLANNING CONTINUES
Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 -- 10:26 am
July certainly feels a long ways off, but a dedicated group of organizers continues to meet monthly planning what will certainly be a colossal event for Clark County. [ full story ]
GOVERNOR'S RACE STARTING EARLY
Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 -- 10:20 am
The 2006 Governor’s race isn’t exactly creeping up on us just yet – but, if you listen to certain Republicans, you’d think the race were next month. [ full story ]
CVTC GRAND OPENING
Thursday, January 13th, 2005 -- 10:51 am
What once seemed like a long dream became a reality yesterday as area leaders and school officials officially christened the Chippewa Valley Technical College Neillsville Center at a Grand Opening celebration. [ full story ]
LANDINI DIES
Thursday, January 13th, 2005 -- 10:41 am
Clark County lost one of its true characters on Tuesday night when longtime county board member Ralph Landini passed away at the age of 65. [ full story ]
SHERMAN ON WAY OUT AS GM?
Thursday, January 13th, 2005 -- 10:40 am
A newspaper is reporting today Green Bay Packers president Bob Harlan is poised to strip coach Mike Sherman of his general manager duties. [ full story ]
ST. POINT MINIMUM WAGE HIKE?
Thursday, January 13th, 2005 -- 10:39 am
Stevens Point could join the relatively small list of Wisconsin city’s to set their own minimum wage this summer. [ full story ]
PROOF ILLINOIS DRIVERS CRAZY
Thursday, January 13th, 2005 -- 10:32 am
You’ve probably heard it said that Illinois drivers are terrible – well, we now have some evidence. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE "ICON" HERB SMITH DIES
Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 -- 11:14 am
The entire Wisconsin National Guard family and the Neillsville community is mourning the loss of an “icon”. [ full story ]
BLOODMOBILE STOPS IN NEILLSVILLE
Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 -- 11:08 am
The bloodmobile made a successful visit to Neillsville on Monday. [ full story ]
SOUTH WOOD COUNTY GETS FUNDS TO START BUSINESSES
Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 -- 11:08 am
With the help of U.S. Representative Dave Obey, south Wood County’s business creation efforts are going to receive some help. [ full story ]
BALDWIN QUESTIONS GUARD, RESERVE DEPLOYMENTS
Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 -- 11:07 am
By Bob Hague of the Wisconsin Radio Network
Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin says increasing reliance on Guard and Reserve troops in Iraq is unfair and inappropriate. [ full story ]
CLARK COUNTY WORKING TO BUILD OWN HAZMAT TEAM
Monday, January 10th, 2005 -- 1:50 pm
While Clark County has plenty of hazardous materials, at this point, they don’t have their own HAZMAT team; that could change through a resolution the Local Emergency Planning Committee sent to the County Board last week.
[ full story ]
FUNDRAISING CONTINUES FOR TSUNAMI VICTIMS
Monday, January 10th, 2005 -- 1:43 pm
It’s been a couple weeks since one of the worst natural disasters in history reeked havoc over much of coastal Asia and money-raising efforts continue. [ full story ]
ALMOST ALL OUT-OF-STATE PRISONERS BACK HOME
Monday, January 10th, 2005 -- 1:39 pm
The state has brought all but about 50 inmates back to Wisconsin from out-of-state prisons, five years after thousands were being held in Oklahoma, Minnesota, Mississippi and Tennessee, Corrections Secretary Matt Frank said Saturday. [ full story ]
SAYING 'GOODBYE' TO STAFF SGT TODD OLSON
Thursday, January 6th, 2005 -- 2:34 pm
Friends, family, comrades and community gathered inside the Loyal high school gymnasium to bid farewell to a "leader of men" Wednesday night. [ full story ]
RACE FOR LOYAL MAYOR
Thursday, January 6th, 2005 -- 2:23 pm
Voters in Loyal will have a new mayor after the spring elections; and they’ll have two candidates to choose from. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE SCHOOL BOARD PRIMARY
Thursday, January 6th, 2005 -- 2:22 pm
With Tuesday’s filing deadline come and gone, voters in the Neillsville school district will be faced with a rare primary election for a school board position. [ full story ]
BUSY THURSDAY FOR NEILLSVILLE FD
Thursday, January 6th, 2005 -- 2:21 pm
A busy morning for the The Neillsville Fire Department. [ full story ]
"RAINBOW BOYS" CAUSES STIR IN OWEN-WITHEE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 -- 12:08 pm
There is a bit of an uproar in the Owen-Withee School District over a book that some claim is a recruiting tool for homosexuality. [ full story ]
GREENWOOD SCHOOL BOARD LOOKS FOR DIRECTION
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 -- 12:05 pm
Leaders of the Greenwood School District will be looking for direction from the public at a meeting tonight (WEDNESDAY) at 7:30 in the Greenwood High School Cafetorium. [ full story ]
METEOR MAY HAVE CAUSED STRANGE LIGHTS, NOISES IN NORTHWOODS
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 -- 11:59 am
Authorities in north central Wisconsin received dozens of reports Tuesday evening of bright flashes of light in the sky, as from an explosion, and they said it likely came from meteor activity. [ full story ]
WISCONSIN AUTHORITIES LOOKING FOR A KANGAROO - YES, A KANGAROO
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 -- 11:58 am
Iowa County sheriff's deputies have searched in the past for the occasional wandering emu or bobcat - but never a kangaroo, until now. [ full story ]
TOMAH POLICE ARREST MURDER SUSPECT
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005 -- 11:57 am
Police in Tomah arrested a man early Wednesday wanted in a double shooting in St. Paul, Minnesota. [ full story ]
OLSON PUBLIC FUNERAL SET
Monday, January 3rd, 2005 -- 12:27 pm
The Public visitation for Todd Olson, 36, Loyal, will be held at the Loyal High School Gymnasium from 3 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5th.

The public funeral service will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Loyal High School Gymnasium.

All Loyal students will be dismissed at noon on Wednesday.

[ full story ]
1 CONTESTED CITY OF NEILLSVILLE RACE... SO FAR
Monday, January 3rd, 2005 -- 12:24 pm
There will be at least 1 contested race in the City of Neillsville this April. [ full story ]
WCA WANTS REFERENDA IN ALL 72 COUNTIES
Monday, January 3rd, 2005 -- 12:23 pm
In what’s being seen as a preemptive strike against the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, The Wisconsin Counties Association wants all 72 counties to ask voters in April whether the state - instead of counties - should pay for the judicial and human services systems it mandates. [ full story ]
2004: A YEAR OF NASTY WEATHER
Monday, January 3rd, 2005 -- 12:13 pm
Flash floods. Deadly twisters. Rain, rain and more rain. [ full story ]
FLU SHOTS FOR ALL!
Monday, January 3rd, 2005 -- 12:13 pm
The Clark County Health Department is taking advantage of the fact they still have over 200 doses of flu vaccine and the state’s lifted strict requirements on who can receive the shot. [ full story ]


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