BITS & Pieces NEWS OF NOTE FROM OUR NEIGHBORS collection of 76 units, surpassing the goal of 68 units. The Clark County Press The Neillsville School Board approved the purchase of two new boilers …
BITS & Pieces
NEWS OF NOTE FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
collection of 76 units, surpassing the goal of 68 units.
The Clark County Press
The Neillsville School Board approved the purchase of two new boilers that serve the school's field-house. The two boilers will be purchased from Complete Control for $45,000. The selling point was they are available and need to be installed before the heating season starts. +++ Neillsville City Hall is relocating to 100 W Division Street, in what used to be BMO Harris Bank. The city hall will open on November 1, at its new location. +++ The Spencer area chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace hosted a bed build October 16. Volunteers completed 52 and a half-beds. +++ The sponsors of the Loyal Car Show donated $10,850 of this year's profits to community causes.
Tri-County – Area Times
On Thursday, October 21, around 250 people had an opportunity to attend the drive thru Lefse Lunch to Go at Dove Healthcare in Osseo. The Norwegian meatballs, lefse, dessert and milk meal was sold out early. Proceeds go into the Resident Council’s Fund. The popular event is held twice a year. +++ Farmer’s in Wisconsin were forecast to harvest an estimated 506 million bushels of corn this fall. Yields were expected to average 172 bushels per acre. According to the Department of Agriculture, nearly 4 million acres of farmland were planted in corn. Soybean production statewide was forecast at 112 million bushels. Wisconsin had 2.1 million acres planted in soybeans. Yields were expected to average 54 bushels per acre.
Buffalo County News
Mondovi grocery employee Carol Christopherson, an employee of Hansen’s IGA, was honored by the Wisconsin Grocers Association, with the WGA Supermarket Hero Award for her efforts to keep the store’s deli and bakery departments operating amid challenges from COVID-19. +++ Mondovi Schools received a donation of $17,425 from Ashley Furniture representatives on Tuesday, October 19. The funds were earned by middle and high school students for working at Ashely for the Arts this past summer. The funds will offset costs for school trips.