The Clark County Press The Highground’s $4 million capital campaign received a nice boost from the Listeman Foundation. The Neillsville based foundation has made a $250,000 pledge. The capital …
The Clark County Press
The Highground’s $4 million capital campaign received a nice boost from the Listeman Foundation. The Neillsville based foundation has made a $250,000 pledge. The capital campaign is raising funds to build a new 12,000 sq. ft. Welcome Center and support additional improvements. +++ Neillsville Senior Brooke Mangus has received a $10,000 Horatio Alger State Scholarship.
Mangus was one of nine students from Wisconsin receiving a state scholarship and one of 638 nationwide. The Horatio Alger Scholarship is awarded to students who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their young lives.+++The Neillsville City Council voted to reimburse Police Chief Jim Mankowski $20,000 in legal fees that he incurred when a complaint was lodged against him in 2020. The complaint was dismissed by the Police and Fire Commission and at the same time Neillsville residents rallied behind the Chief and his department. +++ On Saturday, June 12, the community of Greenwood will be coming together at the Branstiter Museum, to dedicate a solar-lit flagpole with an American flag, military silhouette and plaque. The display is dedicated to the community of Greenwood and those who have
served and sacrificed their life in military service.
Tri-County News – Area Times
The entire Tri-County Area is feeling the loss of the Chicken Chaser Bar and Grill in Fall Creek. The structure was entirely
destroyed by fire on Tuesday, June 1. It was a popular eating place
for many in the area.
Buffalo County News
The Elva Broiler Festival was held from June 4-6. It was back for its 63rd year and had a full slate of activities. +++ The Mondovi Public Library received a $5,000 donation from the Riverland Energy Cooperative. +++ Starting June 1, the Mondovi School Board made face covering optional. The district still encourages the wearing of masks by students, staff and community members while indoors.
Jackson County is beginning an effort to expand broadband
throughout the county. County government has convened a work group that represents all areas of the county. The county is actively
looking for partnerships with qualified internet service providers.