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Guidelines established for staff, visitors, facility rentals
06/16/2020
Clintonville to open City Hall

Guidelines established for staff, visitors, facility rentals

Guidelines established for staff, facility rentals

Physician to host Facebook Live Q & A program
06/11/2020
Debunking COVID-19 myths

Physician to host Facebook Live Q & A program

Local physician to host Facebook Live program

Cllintonville Historical Society buildings open by appointment only
06/10/2020
Small group tours offered

Cllintonville Historical Society buildings open by appointment only

Clintonville Historical Society buildings open by appointment

National Weather Service forecasts heavy rainfall Tuesday night
06/09/2020
Tropical storm moves into area

National Weather Service forecasts heavy rainfall Tuesday night

National Weather Service forecasts heavy rainfall

Recent convictions, dismissals and sentencing from Waupaca County Circuit Court
06/05/2020
Criminal sentencing

Recent convictions, dismissals and sentencing from Waupaca County Circuit Court

Recent sentencing, convictions and dismissals from Waupaca County

Free access -- National Guard to open site at Waupaca County fairgrounds
05/21/2020
Free COVID-19 testing

Free access -- National Guard to open site at Waupaca County fairgrounds

National Guard opens site at Waupaca County fairgrounds

Clintonville suspect already on probation for prior felony convictions
05/12/2020
Search uncovers meth

Clintonville suspect already on probation for prior felony convictions

Suspect on probation for drug-related offenses

Customers may now go inside small retail shops
05/12/2020
State opens more stores

Customers may now go inside small retail shops

Customers may now go inside small retailers

Traffic stop leads to meth, paraphernalia charges
05/08/2020
Drug bust in Clintonville

Traffic stop leads to meth, paraphernalia charges

Traffic stop leads to meth, paraphernalia charges

DNR declares Extreme wildfire danger in central Wisconsin
05/03/2020
Red Flag Warning

DNR declares Extreme wildfire danger in central Wisconsin

Extreme wildfire danger in central Wisconsin

Clintonville suspect claimed she was exposed to coronavirus, police say
04/30/2020
Woman charged with obstructing

Clintonville suspect claimed she was exposed to coronavirus, police say

Meth suspect claimed she was exposed to coronavirus, police say

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Dear my fellow Clintonville Residents. I would like to take this time to let you know I will be running for mayor. I will be running as a write-in. Why you might ask well we need a youth movement here in clintonville. Some of my things I would want to try and work with the city Council members and city administration. 1. Do what ever we can to get the clintonville fire department a new fire station they deserve one. Where you may ask the old Bumber to Bumber bulding on main. How though fundraising Grants donations and possibly little taxpayers money but they deserve it. 2. Work with the park and rec department to get new lights but in at the ballparks up at Bucholtz park they need it. 3 Work with the park and rec on the swimming pond they are real nice. 4. Work with city council to bring in other stores and try to get clintonville back to the way it use to be. 5. Have more events for the youth. So come April 7th if you want a change in Clintonville Write-in Shawn Fielding. Time to drain the swamp.
Today is Tuesday February 18 2020. And Clintonville School district doesn't delay school after a snow storm. My son's bus ended up in the ditch on unplowed roads that are severely drifted. Really no brainer that school should have been delayed like the rest of the districts in the area. Superintendent called me back and refused to apologize for his decision, even though the Marion district that drives on the same roads had a 2 hour delay.
A really cold day in Clintonville, Wisconsin and a busy one. Clintonville gave the CNW a lot of business because of the big FWD truck factory there 100 years ago.
Anyone know why power is out east of Clintonville - WE energies???
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It’s a crying shame when the varsity baseball team has to spend the first half hour of their practice weeding the infield at Olen Park. It’s a crying shame when a family that loves baseball gives up a portion of their Sunday to clean up Olen Park. It’s a crying shame when the baseball coach has to spend valuable, limited practice time, using his own portable pump, to get the one foot of water out of the third base dugout. What a crying shame.
What's going on brix street?
Add the pool team stats on your fb page.
One of my key issues is keeping government as close to home as possible. Federal and state involvement should be as limited as possible in local issues . For this to work though, there needs to be three key ingredients. Local interest, local input, and local involvement. There always seems to be a sufficient amount of people calling attention to or complaining about problems and issues but sometimes I question whether or not there is anything more. There was a forum for candidates for governor at the high school in Keshena a while back. It concerned natural resources and water quality. 9 candidates attended. I would guess about 75 people were in the audience. I expected a much larger crowd. SAWN (Shawano Area Womens Network) hosted forums for both Assembly and Sheriff candidates, 20 people or so attended each. I hosted a meet and greet for 4 Libertarian candidates in May,. Only 4 or 5 people showed up to see the candidates. I was the only attendant at our township's annual budget hearing this spring and one of only two listeners present at a Shawano school board budget info session a while back. Come on folks, get more involved. First step can be voting in this coming general election.. And give your vote some careful thought. There were more candidates on the ballots for various party primaries than I can ever remember. More people are stepping up as candidates than in the past. Show your support for their efforts. Thanks. Mike Hammond. Candidate for Wisconsin Assembly dist. 6.
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Power outage?