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As I turned the page on my 50s this week, I came to the conclusion that I’m dull. I got some help in the process of making that decision. There was a letter in the morning mail informing me of … more
Lori Voss, a retired veteran, medical professional, small business owner, public servant and lifelong conservative, has officially announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 69th … more
105 Years Ago – June 14, 1919 The building formerly used for P.W. Clifton’s barbershop is being prepared for occupancy by the Dairy Belt Land Co. and the office of Bert C. … more
Summer has arrived, bringing motorcycles onto Wisconsin’s roadways. It is the responsibility of all road users to prioritize safety. Following safe driving and riding practices is crucial to … more
Tribune-Phonograph The City of Abbotsford Common Council voted to put off the Main Street project until 2029 at its meeting on Monday, June 3 in favor of pushing up the Fifth Street project … more
May 1 - 2:24 p.m. Thorp Police responded to a disturbance. May 3 - 8:40 a.m. Inadvertent 911 call. 1:00 p.m. Animal Defecation complaint. 4:14 p.m. Traffic stop - speeding. Motorist … more
The Clark County Sheriff's Office is releasing the following information pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 301.46(2m) which authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public of a sex … more
Format: Name; Classification; Charge(s); Release Reason (if given); Release Date (if given). May 24 McFarlane, Rick Steven; New Charges; Contempt of Court-Nonsummary/Punitive Sanction, … more
When the Owen Common Council met on Tuesday, May 28, a large portion of their meeting was a tour of the Owen Water facilities and Wastewater Treatment Plant (see related story). After returning to … more
Tribune-Phonograph Regarding the referendum, the Abbotsford Board of Education passed the Resolution Establishing Parameters for the Sale of Not to Exceed $15,000,000 General Obligation … more
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) now offers an option for motorists and individuals to add emergency contact information to their driver license or … more
During an interview with a reporter from WAOW 9, Sheriff Scott Haines informed her that he takes full responsibility as Sheriff for the weather sirens not being activated in Unity, and he apologized … more
Tradition and excellence were on display Friday, May 24 as Gilman, Wisconsin bid farewell to the Gilman High School Class of 2024. Taking place in the high school gymnasium at 7 p.m., … more
Kicking off Music in the Grove’s outdoor music series, ‘Gin, Chocolate & the Bottle Rockets’ will be filling Bakken Park with the sweet sounds of summer on Thursday, May 30th. … more
  The Clark County Board of Supervisors met on May 16 at the Clark County Rehab and Living Center for their regular monthly meeting and were treated to a tour of the facility by CCRLC … more
The Owen Sewer Commission held a short meeting on Thursday, May 23 to discuss an issue on 4th Street and the CMAR (Compliance Maintenance Annual Report) for 2023. DPW Chad Smith explained the … more
Tribune-Phonograph Severe weather tore through central Wisconsin on Tuesday night, causing damage and leaving thousands without power. After receiving mild precipitation throughout the day, a … more
The Joint Review Board for the Village of Withee’s Tax Incremental Financing Districts met on Tuesday, May 21. Questions were asked about the effect of a development that hasn’t happened … more
The Withee Village Board held two short meetings before their regular meeting on Monday, May 13. more
Bob Wilczek became a firefighter 14½ years ago after suffering his own house fire. On April 25, he reached the next milestone in his career when he was named Deputy Fire Chief of the … more
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