Clintonville Finance & Council End of the Year Meeting

Clintonville Finance and Council Met Tuesday Evening. The only action that took place was both Finance and Council approved the bills in the amount of  $201,018.16. Listed below are the final bills from 2014.

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FOUND: Missing Juveniles by Waupaca County Sheriff’s Department

UPDATE: on missing juveniles. Both have been found they are safe tonight!

(FROM WAUPACA COUNTY SHERIFF)

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Pictured below is Jesrael McCourt,16, who has been missing for more than 24 hours. He supposed to be with Pictured below Solia Thern,14 and are in the Waupaca area. If you have any information on their whereabouts contact the Waupaca Police Department (715.258.4400) or the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office (7158.258.4466).

 

 

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Girls Non-Conference Basketball: Shiocton VS Marion

No JV Game

Varsity Score:

MARION 5
SHIOCTON 11
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MARION 5
SHIOCTON 18
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MARION 8
SHIOCTON 34
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MARION 15
SHIOCTON 47

Starters:

MARION SHIOCTON
#2 Paige Polzin #1 Madisyn Morack
#5 Amber Gilliam #4 Carmen McCarthy
#14 Hannah Greene-Gretzinger #10 Samantha Schmidt
#25 Kayla Brei #12 Haylee Conradt
#34 Cassidy Detert #35 Tina Ubl

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Frozen road law expands Wednesday to north central Wisconsin

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Effective Wednesday (December 24) at 12:01 a.m., Wisconsin’s frozen road law will expand to include numbered state and federal highways within the area designated by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) as Zone 2 across much of north central Wisconsin. The frozen road law is already in effect in Zone 1 in far northern Wisconsin. The frozen road determination for other portions of the state will be made once conditions warrant.

The frozen road law allows heavier loads for trucks carrying peeled or unpeeled forest products cut crosswise (not including woodchips), and salt and sand for winter maintenance until approximately early March, unless thawing necessitates an earlier cancellation of the provision or continued cold weather allows for an extension of the declaration period.

The declaration is issued once the ground under highway pavement is frozen to a depth of at least 18-inches, allowing the maximum gross weight for trucks hauling logs or salt and sand for maintaining roads in winter to go up to 98,000 pounds on vehicles with a minimum of five axles (from the normal 80,000 pounds). Special permits for hauling the increased weights will not be required in Zones 1 and 2, however, vehicles must be legally licensed at 80,000 pounds to handle the increased weights. The higher weight limits do not apply to county or local roads unless authorized by the local agency having maintenance authority. Also, higher weights may not be transported on any highways or bridges specifically posted for lower weight limits.

Further information can be found at the WisDOT website: www.dot.wisconsin.gov/travel/truck/frozenroad.htm and by checking a recorded message on the Frozen Road Hotline at (608) 266-8417. Haulers with specific questions can contact WisDOT’s Oversize/Overweight Permits Unit at (608) 266-7320.

Clintonville Trucker wrestling team at the Shawano Holiday Classic Wrestling Tournament

Four Clintonville varsity wrestlers faced stiffer competition this past weekend at the Shawano Holiday Classic on Saturday, December 20. A very young team, with four freshmen and one new wrestler, Clintonville coaches decided to let those five gain experience and confidence by wrestling as junior varsity. Ben Cotherman (109) won all 3 of his matches. Baily Fields (138), Lacey Jung (145), Jason Bilek (160), and Trenton Niemczyk gained valuable mat time experience

 On the varsity mats, it is difficult for a team fielding four wrestlers to garner as many points as teams that field ten to fourteen wrestlers. Cole Cotherman (120) went 3-2 on the day, taking 5th place. Tim Jerabek (138) finished 3-2 on the day, garnering a 4th place. Shayne Collar (160) wrestled tough on the day, posting 1-3 for 6th place. Chase Jung (195) posted a 2-3 record for 7th place.

Trucker wrestlers will next take the mat at the Kenosha Bradford High School Invitational on January 3, 2015.

Respectfully submitted by Todd Jerabek

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Panda Bear VS Santa Claus Shopping Cart Races Shawano

An interesting race of sorts went on in Shawano Saturday, all to help feed the hungry. Panda Bears & Santa Claus filled up the carts and raced down the road, all to bring awareness to feeding the hungry. Organizers say the Pandas were ahead in terms of money collected ($3,500.00) but say everyone is a winner, as the event is bringing awareness to helping the hungry.

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