BITS & Pieces NEWS OF NOTE FROM OUR NEIGHBORS The Clark County Press Olivia Roman, age 9, a student at Neillsville Elementary School, was recently crowned American Royal Beauties Miss Wisconsin …
BITS & Pieces
NEWS OF NOTE FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
The Clark County Press
Olivia Roman, age 9, a student at Neillsville Elementary School, was recently crowned American Royal Beauties Miss Wisconsin Sweetheart. The pageant took place on September 26, at Wisconsin Dells. +++ The Neillsville Fire Department’s annual steak feed, held on October 2, served 1,016 steak dinners, plus 29 kids’ meals. That was up from the 922 dinners served in 2020.
Tri-County – Area Times
A lawsuit has been filed in Federal Court against the Fall Creek School District, due to COVID-19 mitigation policies.
The family filing the lawsuit is accusing the district, listing members of the school board and the superintendent, of not following guidelines put forth by the CDC and the Wisconsin DPI for COVID-19 mitigation and accused the district of violating her family’s rights under the 14thAmendment’s equal protection clause by “needlessly and recklessly endangering their health and safety. +++ On Saturday, October 9, a fundraiser was held at the Fall Creek Area Fire District Hall, which raised thousands of dollars to help rebuild the popular Chicken Chaser Bar and Grill. The building was completely destroyed by fire on June 1.
The foundation has been poured and awaits further construction.
Trempealeau County Times
Arcadia officials have approved the sale of the former city hall to a buyer who plans to convert it into a grocery store. The offer for $75,000 came from Tienda Guerrero Whitehall Inc. and was the full price sought by the city. +++ Respondents to a Trempealeau County survey on outdoor recreation indicated they want to see more trails for hiking and walking. The county’s Parks, Tourism and Economic Development committee added more ATV and UTV trails to their priority list. +++ A new proposed school club, at Independence High School, could give students struggling with their identity a chance for support and conversation. The club currently referred to as the gender/sexuality club has been brought to the school board and will be discussed further in the coming months.