Courier Sentinel Cadott High School head football coach Jeff Goettl was named the Green Bay Packer’s Coach of the Week on October 18. Goettl and his assistants oversaw a program of 37 Cadott High …
Cadott High School head football coach Jeff Goettl was named the Green Bay Packer’s Coach of the Week on October 18. Goettl and his assistants oversaw a program of 37 Cadott High School football players this year. Not only does the award recognize the coach, but the school receives $1,000 for their football program. Goettl will also be the Packer’s guest at the Minnesota Viking game on January 2. +++ With the Cornell School District budget approved by the school board, $1,492,881 will come from property taxes for general operations. The district’s mill rate will be $6.78 per $1,000 of property, up slightly from last year’s mill rate of $6.74. +++ On September 18, Dave Tonnancour and Dave “Frankie” Capaul were honored for their 40 years each of service to the Cornell Area Fire Department. +++ Cadott Village Board passed Ordinance 2021-9 on Monday, October 18, that requires a zoning and building permit for construction of a residential sports courts. The courts are specified as a dedicated hard surfaced area for playing tennis, basketball, shuffleboard or similar sports. The Board is also working on an Ordinance covering storage boxes.
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Century Farms in the Thorp Area this year belong to Wil- liam and Bridget Ciolkosz and Jimmy Luzinski (Lublin). +++ If your looking to have a community provided Thanksgiving and/or Christmas meal here is the schedule: Thanksgiving Dinner will be available at Abundant Life Church in Thorp on Thursday, November 25. Take-Out 11 am to Noon and Dine-In Noon to 1 pm. Call 715-669-5093 for reservations. A community Christmas meal will be again sponsored by Trinity Vineyard Church of Stanley. Meals will be available on December 21, with pick-up being from 4-6 pm. To reserve a meal call 715-644-2693. Emphasis will be on serving the elderly and individuals alone for Christmas. +++ Thorp will be decorating Yellowstone Park for Christmas on Saturday, November 6.
If your looking for help restoring a vintage, or muscle car, Auburn Rod and Custom owner Tim Schilla is one of the guys in the business to see. Schilla, of New Auburn, has been in the repair business for 20 years, and after working for a number of automobile repair businesses, he opened his own shop in 2016. +++ Students in the Bloomer School District’s agriculture classes harvest lettuce and deliver it to the school’s food service kitchen. +++ A massive 8.1 lb. rutabaga was grown this year at the Tom Clark residence in Tilden.
O-W Enterprise Allan Hodnett, a regular contributor to the Owen-Withee History Series, has some wonderful advice for all of us, “I’ve said many times, please think ahead. None of us live forever.
If you have old records, photo’s, books, etc. plan accordingly to help them find a future home after you pass. … But if you don’t plan a future home for historical treasure’s now, random custodians after your passing more often than not will consider it to be “grandpa’s old stuff” and the home will become the dumpster.
The Tribune-Phonograph After hearing from a group of high school students promoting wearing masks in classrooms, the Colby School Board voted to keep its mask mandate. The students said they are willing to wear masks if it means they can avoid quarantines and attend school rather than attend virtually.
O-W-C Fire Department visited O-W Elementary School on October 21, 2021. They provided students lifesaving fire pre – vention tips and strategies to escape house fires. They provided useful fire safety advice and answered many questions from the students. Inside a smoke house, students were taught how to escape a fire. Lastly, the students toured an ambulance and a fire truck. +++ Kerry Inc. presented a check for $2,000 to O-W Superintendent Bob Houts to be used for the building project fund. Kerry has committed $10,000 over a 5 year period. +++ The Red Cross blood drive held at the Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center on Tuesday, October 12, had a total