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CHEERS! VODKA PLANT COULD BE COMING TO THORP
Friday, September 30th, 2005 -- 9:31 am
A vodka distillery could be coming to Thorp, bringing with it an intoxicating boost to the local economy. [ full story ]
GROUND TO BE BROKEN FOR NEW LEGION HALL
Friday, September 30th, 2005 -- 9:30 am
Ground will be broken for the new Neillsville American Legion facility on Saturday (October 1st). [ full story ]
BRF POLICE MAY CIRCUMVENT D-A
Friday, September 30th, 2005 -- 9:24 am
It’s not unheard of that local governments should feud, but what’s happening between the Black River Falls Police Department and Jackson County District Attorney’s office is raising some eyebrows. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE MULLS "EYESORE" PROPERTIES
Friday, September 30th, 2005 -- 9:21 am
It’s a problem that has plagued municipalities for years: what to do about “eyesore” properties. [ full story ]
DOYLE VETO STANDS
Wednesday, September 28th, 2005 -- 8:41 am
A bid to override a veto by Governor Jim Doyle has fallen short. The state Senate failed to get a two-thirds vote to override Doyle’s veto which eliminated a one point four percent increase in Medicaid reimbursement rates for nursing homes. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE TAXI RATES TO GO UP SLIGHTLY
Wednesday, September 28th, 2005 -- 8:40 am
In light of the high price of gas, the Neillsville City Council nudged up some taxi rates Tuesday night. [ full story ]
MORE FUEL ECONOMY SOUGHT
Wednesday, September 28th, 2005 -- 8:39 am
A local car dealership owner believes recent high gas prices and worries about our country’s dependence on foreign oil may push car manufacturers to create vehicles that won’t need any petroleum-based fuel. [ full story ]
STATE NURSING HOMES FEEL PINCH
Monday, September 26th, 2005 -- 3:36 pm
As the state senate readies an attempt to override Gov. Doyle’s veto of a 1.4-percent increase to Medicaid funding for nursing home patients, the Administrator of the Memorial Medical Center in Neillsville says the increase would only make a small dent in the state’s under-funding of medical assistance patients. [ full story ]
CLARK COUNTY COULD SEND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR TO HURRICANE ZONE
Monday, September 26th, 2005 -- 3:19 pm
Clark County’s Emergency Management Director may be headed south to help with hurricane relief. [ full story ]
CHRISTIE MAN TOUGH WITH NAILS
Monday, September 26th, 2005 -- 3:13 pm
A Christie man has been named the first inductee into the Central Wisconsin Broadcasting Radio Tent’s Men’s Nail Driving Hall of Fame. [ full story ]
LA CROSSE TEEN SHOT; 24-YEAR OLD CHARGED
Monday, September 26th, 2005 -- 2:49 pm
A 17-year-old Logan High School senior was killed this weekend while taking pictures with a hunting party in the northwest corner of Monroe County. [ full story ]
CLARK CO. HORSES TEST POSITIVE FOR WNV
Thursday, September 22nd, 2005 -- 2:07 pm
September is the peak month for West Nile Virus infections. [ full story ]
FARMERS QUESTIONS DATCP ODOR INDEX
Thursday, September 22nd, 2005 -- 2:06 pm
New “livestock facility siting rules” are being sent to the legislature, but some producers think its new odor requirements stink. [ full story ]
WEATHERSHIELD OFFERS OPPORTUNITY TO HELP KATRINA VICTIMS
Thursday, September 22nd, 2005 -- 1:59 pm
The 160 employees of Weather Shield’s Greenwood facility continue efforts to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. [ full story ]
NELSON ANNOUNCES CONGRESSIONAL RUN
Wednesday, September 21st, 2005 -- 9:09 am
Mid-term congressional elections are well over a year away, but one Republican has already stepped forward to announce he plans to run against incumbent Democrat Ron Kind next November. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE SUB-DIVISION DISCUSSED
Wednesday, September 21st, 2005 -- 9:00 am
Some welcome residential tax-base might be coming to Neillsville in the form of a residential sub-division. [ full story ]
JURY DUTY SCAM MAY MOVE INTO OUR AREA
Wednesday, September 21st, 2005 -- 8:31 am
The Clark County Sheriff’s Department is warning area residents to be on the lookout for a scam. [ full story ]
CLARK COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN HEADING TO COUNTY BOARD SOON?
Monday, September 19th, 2005 -- 11:52 am
After several deadline extensions, it appears the Clark County Planning and Zoning Committee is set to send the comprehensive plan to the full county board. [ full story ]
ANONOMYOUS DONOR SAVES 7TH GRADE TRIP
Monday, September 19th, 2005 -- 11:51 am
Neillsville’s 7th grade class will get to go the Renaissance Fair in Minnesota afterall. [ full story ]
UW-EXTENSION SPONSORS INVESTMENT SEMINARS
Monday, September 19th, 2005 -- 11:50 am
Area residents can learn how to get the most out of their investments at a couple upcoing seminars. [ full story ]
AGING OFFICE BUSY THIS TIME OF YEAR
Monday, September 19th, 2005 -- 11:46 am
Fall is a busy time of the year for the Clark County Office on Aging. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT
Friday, September 16th, 2005 -- 2:47 pm
The Chairman of the Town of Pine Valley has been killed in a motorcycle accident. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE TO GET AIRPORT MONEY
Friday, September 16th, 2005 -- 2:46 pm
Governor Jim Doyle has approved a $105,000 project to purchase snow removal equipment at the Neillsville Municipal Airport. [ full story ]
FLEISNER TO STAY ON
Friday, September 16th, 2005 -- 2:45 pm
The head of the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry isn’t leaving afterall. [ full story ]
LAKE ARBUTUS DRAW DOWN TO START SUNDAY
Thursday, September 15th, 2005 -- 11:48 am
The five-foot “drawdown” of Lake Arbutus is set to begin on Sunday. [ full story ]
WILD WISCONSIN WEATHER BLAMED ON RANDOM WEATHER PATTERNS, NOT GLOBAL WARMING
Thursday, September 15th, 2005 -- 11:42 am
Tuesday night’s tornado will bring the state’s total to nearly 60 for the year – shattering the previous record of 43 set in 1980. [ full story ]
JUDGE RULES AGAINST WOLF KILL
Thursday, September 15th, 2005 -- 11:35 am
A federal judge has blocked Wisconsin and Michigan from killing wolves that attack livestock or pets. [ full story ]
GREENWOOD SCHOOL BOARD DROPS ROOF CONTRACTOR
Thursday, September 15th, 2005 -- 11:34 am
Citing trust issues, the Greenwood School board decided to release the contractor who had been working with them on a leaky roof. [ full story ]
ZIEN ATTEMPT TO REPEAL MINIMUM MARK-UP STALLS
Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 -- 9:03 am
Wisconsin gas stations must keep charging at least six percent more for gas than what they pay for it. [ full story ]
MORE SEVERE WEATHER RIPS THROUGH WISCONSIN
Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 -- 9:02 am
Utility officials say a fast-moving thunderstorm packing some hurricane-force winds temporarily knocked out power to an estimated 105-thousand homes across southeastern Wisconsin, the Fox Valley and Upper Michigan. [ full story ]
FORESTRY AND PARKS COMMITTEE DELAYS ACTION ON PARK ENTRANCE FEES
Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 -- 9:01 am
The Clark County Forestry and Parks Committee continued their discussion on the possible implementation of a parks entry fee system during a meeting Tuesday morning at the Clark County Courthouse. [ full story ]
AREA GROUPS BENEFIT FROM FARM TECH DAYS
Wednesday, September 14th, 2005 -- 8:15 am
It was a lot of work, but now the church and service groups who manned the Farm Technology Days food stands are beginning to reap the rewards. [ full story ]
MORE AREA FAMILIES TO SEEK HEATING ASSISTANCE
Monday, September 12th, 2005 -- 9:48 am
With heating fuel prices projected to rise between 25-45-percent this heating season, Clark County’s Department of Social Services is expecting more people to seek financial assistance. [ full story ]
SHERIFF INVESTIGATES FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT; OPERATOR CITED FOR DRUNK BOATING
Monday, September 12th, 2005 -- 9:43 am
The Clark County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a fatal boat crash on Lake Arbutus. [ full story ]
EXPERT: FALL COLOR CHANGE ON TIME; COULD BE DULL
Monday, September 12th, 2005 -- 9:41 am
Some trees in the area have already begun to don their fall colors, but a forestry expert says the season change isn’t much earlier than normal. [ full story ]
PROSECUTOR MOVES TO DISMISS CHARGES AGAINST JENSEN; URGES ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE CHARGES AGAINST MAN AND HIS WIFE
Monday, September 12th, 2005 -- 9:33 am
Some big news concerning a high-profile Clark County court case. A special prosecutor has filed a motion to dismiss the perjury case against a Neillsville man, but also recommends reopening the original case and moving forward with attempted 1st-degree intentional homicide charges against the man and his wife. [ full story ]
HIGH GAS PRICES COULD LEAD TO LESS SCHOOL TRIPS, COOLER CLASSROOMS
Thursday, September 8th, 2005 -- 9:16 am
High gas and heating fuel prices will likely have a “chilling” impact on some area schools - literally. [ full story ]
IRONIC THEME TO GRANTON'S FALL FEST
Thursday, September 8th, 2005 -- 9:11 am
There’s a bit of irony with the theme of this year’s Granton Fall Festival coming up this weekend. [ full story ]
FLEISNER LEAVING MACCI
Thursday, September 8th, 2005 -- 9:07 am
The longtime executive director of the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry is leaving her post. [ full story ]
WE ENERGIES: EXPECT 40- 45% JUMP IN HEATING BILL
Thursday, September 8th, 2005 -- 9:07 am
Earlier in the week, we told you energy experts expected a 25- to 35-percent increase in the price of Wisconsin heating bills this winter. Well, it could be worse than that. [ full story ]
SUDER OPPOSED TO REPEAL OF "MINIMUM MARKUP"
Tuesday, September 6th, 2005 -- 1:58 pm
A state assemblyman says he’ll fight an effort from fellow republicans to repeal the state’s minimum markup law. [ full story ]
YOU'LL SOON NEED A PASSORT JUST TO DRIVE TO MEXICO, CANADA
Tuesday, September 6th, 2005 -- 12:29 pm
Clark County’s Clerk of Court wants people to know their annual trip to Mexico or Canada is going to become more complicated. [ full story ]
NEILLSVILLE GRADUATE LIVED THROUGH HURRICANE
Tuesday, September 6th, 2005 -- 12:24 pm
A 2005 Neillsville graduate lived through Hurricane Katrina. [ full story ]
DATCP: WATCH OUR FOR RIP-OFFS AT PUMP; OVER PHONE
Friday, September 2nd, 2005 -- 3:14 pm
Hundreds of people call the state to complain about gasoline prices and practices. [ full story ]
LOCAL SUPPORT FOR KATRINA VICTIMS 'INCREDIBLE'
Friday, September 2nd, 2005 -- 3:10 pm
The Associate Director of Disaster Services for the Wood County chapter of the American Red Cross says the local outpouring of support for the victims of Hurricane Katrina has been impressive. [ full story ]
ZIEN, GUNDERSON SUED BY STATE AG
Friday, September 2nd, 2005 -- 3:04 pm
Wisconsin's attorney general sued two Republican lawmakers Thursday, accusing them of hiding from the public the draft of a bill that would allow Wisconsin residents to carry concealed weapons. [ full story ]
GAS PRICES HIGHER THAN EVER IN NEILLSVILLE
Thursday, September 1st, 2005 -- 3:14 pm
Drivers filling up in Neillsville are experiencing the highest prices ever. $3.19 a gallon for regular unleaded. [ full story ]
SCHAFFER BACK IN COURT
Thursday, September 1st, 2005 -- 3:12 pm
The Neillsville man named a “primary suspect” in an unsolved double-homicide was back in court Wednesday. [ full story ]
MINK LIBERATOR COULD LAND IN PRISON
Thursday, September 1st, 2005 -- 3:04 pm
A Washington state man accused of freeing thousands of mink around the Midwest has agreed to plead guilty to federal and state charges. [ full story ]


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