By Timothy Zilch
Written By: Timothy Zilch Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch
Residence from Clintonville & Many Communities turned out at Clintonville Lanes & Banquet Haul Saturday October 15th 2016 for The Just Breathe Benefit to support Jennifer Yaeger, who has cystic fibrosis (CF), is a young mother of three and is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Chad Yaeger. The family
lives in Clintonville. According to Jennifer, “CF has over 1,800 different mutations or genetic
types. I have had lung function percentage around the upper 30’s for as long as I can remember, probably since high school. I did get sick between that time with numerous hospitalizations, at least once a year. So my arms are
pretty much shot from all the picc lines because the IV drugs are hard on your veins. And I can come home with IV antibiotics.
Photo’s From The Benefit:
Written & Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch
Clintonville residents were invited for a Grand Re-Opening Tuesday, Free lunch was offered and one free night was given away. Please see some of the pictures from the excitement. Rental information please call 715-823-2000
Some of the folks on hand were: Clintonville Mayor Lois Bressette, Naomi Arndt, Amanda Rousseau, Nate Hepp, Luke La Violette, Norma Willis and
Photo’s From The Activities
A soldier is honored, as the community of Clintonville came out to show support for one of its heroes Darrell Hansen, a Sergeant with the United States Army Reserve before he serves his third tour of duty overseas. After the parade, Hansen traveled to meet up with the 376 Wausau Reserve Component, where he will be deployed at a later date.
For Video Of The Escort Please Like Our Page
Written & Photos By: Timothy Zilch
1st place: Brandon Mc Auly & Bri Stevenson; 2nd Place: Kathy Dins; 3rd Place: Debbie Bettin (Mild Chili)
1st Place: Scott Brandenburg; 2nd Place: Charlie Bettin; 3rd Place: Dick Gussert (Hot Chili)
1st Place: Sandy Schultz; 2nd Place: Mary Tullberg; 3rd Place: Brian Markiewicz (Chicken Soup)
1st Place: Patti Mc Auly; 2nd Place: Sandy Schultz; 3rd Place: Ut N. Gleisner (Miscellaneous)
People Choice Award: Dick Gussert (Hot Chili)
From: Clintonville Police
Date: Monday, November 16, 2015
Re: Weekend Arrests/Activity
The Clintonville Police Department was involved in a vehicle pursuit and foot chase at 3:10 AM on Saturday, November 14th, resulting in the arrest of a 19 year old male from rural Bear Creek. Officer Matthew Wright located and attempted to stop a suspected hit and run vehicle after beingnotified of a stop sign being struck on East Madison and Maize Street. The operator of the 1998 GMC pickup truck was driving recklessly with no rear tire on one side of the vehicle. After a brief pursuit, the suspect crashed his vehicle into some shrubbery on Flora Way and fled on foot. Officer Wright pursued the driver on foot and took him into custody after a brief scuffle. Officer Wright received minor injuries during the incident but was able to continue his duties.The 19 year old Bear Creek man was charged with Operating While Intoxicated, Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Content, Hit and Run, Endangering Safety by Reckless Driving, Operating Left of Center Line, Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign, Failure to Maintain Vehicle Control, Eluding an Officer, Underage Possession and Consumption of Alcohol, Display of Power, and Resisting an Officer. Six (6) additional citations for Hit & Run to property Adjacent to a Highway were issued after further investigation revealed that the suspect intentionally struck additional street signs in the City. The suspect was transported to the Waupaca County Jail. This matter is still under investigation and further charges may be forthcoming.
On Saturday, November 14th at 9:42 PM, Police responded to a report of an intoxicated man disturbing his neighbor and reportedly threatening that he had a gun on East 14th Street. Officers responded and while questioning the intoxicated suspect, Sgt. Chris Wendorf noticed a handgun in a holster on the man’s waste under his jacket. After Sgt. Wendorf instructed the man to place his hands in the air, he instead reached down and placed his hand on his weapon. Sgt. Wendorf drew his weapon and the suspect removed his hand from his weapon. Police seized a 40 caliber semi-automatic pistol from the suspect. The intoxicated male was taken into custody and jailed on charges of Armed While Intoxicated, Disorderly Conduct, and Carrying a Concealed Weapon without a Permit. He was transported to the Waupaca County Jail pending formal charges.
Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch & Wayne Gauger