The seven-member board in charge of the Central Fire and EMS District is seeking a new round of applicants for district chief after rejecting all five of the candidates who applied for the job last month.
A recent claim made by the Colby Memorial Cemetery — asking Clark County to pay for the upkeep of its military veterans’ graves — could have county-wide implications, according to the county’s legal counsel.
The engineering firm that designed Abbotsford’s new wastewater treatment plant is seeking over $275,000 from the city to cover unpaid bills for services provided after the city backed out of its contract at the end of last year.
When most people remember their favorite parade, it is usually one associated with Walt Disney or Macy’s. When people in Central Wisconsin want to see a fantastic parade, they head to Abbotsford, the small city of 2,300 people that has been wowing parade-goers for 45 years.
The city of Medford plans to be TID free by 2023.
After advancing through four separate meetings on Tuesday, the city of Medford’s plan to use the excess revenue from its high performing tax incremental districts to pay off the debt of its struggling districts is awaiting final joint review board approval on Dec. 6.
With a majority of village voters expressing interest in a municipal water system during last week’s election, Unity’s village board agreed Monday to pursue federal grant funding to explore the idea further.
Looking over Jeff Rosemeyer’s 25-year tenure as head coach of the Colby Hornets football team — which included three state championships and six Cloverbelt Conference titles — it’s hard to believe it all started with a 0-33 loss to Medford back in August of 1992.
The accident on State Highway 29 Wednesday was caused when an SUV crossed into the adjacent lane of traffic and sideswiped a feed truck, causing both vehicles to leave the roadway, according to a report by the Clark County Sheriff’s Department.