Clintonville Sets 60-Day Cap on Hotel Stays to Tackle Public Disturbances and Crime
In a united front against local disturbances, the Clintonville City Council has enacted an ordinance restricting the length of hotel and motel stays to 60 days within a six-month period. The ordinance, which took effect on November 14, is a strategic move by the council to address the increase in vagrancy, drug-related activities, and other disturbances. Aimed at ensuring community safety, the restriction comes alongside a new yearly permit requirement for lodging operators, with an April 15 deadline set for application and fee submissions.
Wisconsin sheriff’s deputy has two DUIs on his record
Waupaca County Deputy Mitchell Butterbrodt received the second in Beaver Dam in 2018 when he was an off-duty state trooper. That’s what Mitchell Butterbrodt, an off-duty state trooper at the time, said to the on-duty police officer who pulled him over in 2018, according to the arresting officer’s report. It was Butterbrodt’s second DUI offense since 2010, court documents show.
Mother, son face charges
Judge Troy Nielsen has issued a warrant for the arrest of Josefina M. Nunez, 42, whereabouts unknown. Waupaca County has charged Nunez with threatening bodily harm to a probation agent and telephone harassment. On Nov. 2, Waupaca Police Officer Nicole Hahn was dispatched to the Probation and Parole Office on...
Dellwood Childcare raises rates
The rates for children enrolled at Dellwood Childcare Center will increase in 2024, but employees of the Clintonville School District will receive a 10% discount. The Clintonville School Board approved the increased rates and discount for district employees by a 4-3 vote at its Nov. 13 meeting. Board members Chad...
Wisconsin Highway 15 project changes Hortonville traffic
HORTONVILLE, Wis. — A new Wisconsin Highway 15 bypass is taking drivers between Greenville and New London around the community of about 3,000 people. Combined with other improvement plans for downtown, Grace Abitz said she doesn’t think the change will have a negative impact on the business. Abitz owns Alley Cat Coffeehouse alongside Julie Jarvis.
Christmas in the Park in Gillett Features “Grinch” Theme
GILLETT, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) — Volunteers in the city of Gillett are gearing up for their annual “Christmas in the Park” celebration. Preparations are nearly complete, transforming Zippel Park into a welcoming winter wonderland. Inside the Oconto County Youth Fair Building, a big red couch is ready to...
Delays Continue in Setting Trial Date for 1992 Waupaca County Double Murder Case
WAUPACA, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) – Although it’s been more than 15 months since Tony Haase was charged for the 1992 murders of Tanna Togstad and Timothy Mumbrue at a rural Royalton home, the parties still aren’t ready to set a trial date. Haase’s father was killed in a...
A construction worker was fatally injured at Lambeau Field. Now, 2 local companies face penalties
GREEN BAY — Federal inspectors found violations and proposed fines against two companies after a construction worker died in June at Lambeau Field. The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued citations to Miron Construction Co., Inc. and Mavid Construction earlier this month. USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin requested and received the documents from the agency on Monday.
Iola Winter Carnival: A Celebration of Nordic Heritage and Winter Sports
As the Wisconsin winter reaches its peak, the historic town of Iola transforms into a hub of Nordic charm and winter sports with its annual Iola Winter Carnival. Celebrating more than six decades since its inception in 1961, this festival infuses the first February weekend with a flurry of activities that honor the town's deep Scandinavian heritage. From the meticulous artistry in snow sculpting to the competitive leaps in ski jumping, the carnival is a beacon of tradition and community joy.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Puppies Today in new london, WI
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around new london..
The Evolution of Four-Wheel Drive: From Clintonville Roots to Global Innovation
Clintonville, Wisconsin, may seem an unlikely epicenter for automotive innovation, yet it is here that the Four Wheel Drive Auto Company (FWD) laid down its roots, changing the course of transportation technology. Founded in 1909 by Otto Zachow and William Besserdich, FWD forged a path with the 'Battleship'—the first successful four-wheel drive vehicle. The FWD Museum commemorates this rich heritage, from bolstering the U.S. Army's mobility in World War I to evolving into the FWD Corporation. The museum stands as a tribute to the technological milestones that began in Clintonville and reverberated across the globe.
This Wisconsin City Has the Highest Poverty Rate in the State
Poverty is a complex issue that affects millions of people across the United States. In Wisconsin, the poverty rate is 10.7%, which is below the national average of 11.6%. However, there are significant disparities in poverty rates across the state. Menominee County has the highest poverty rate in Wisconsin, with 26.2% of residents living below the poverty line. This is more than double the state average.
Shawano Boys Fall To Clintonville; Girls Lead From Start
The Shawano Boys and Girls both played in different style games in Clintonville on Saturday. The boys suffered their first loss while the girls improved to 3-1. The Truckers got off to a fast start with an 18-2 lead to start the game. The Hawks did not have an answer for Sam Wegener and Kade Rosenow who scored 12 and 10 points respectfully in the first half. Shawano was able to settle in and went on an 11-0 run to end the half trailing 28-26. Clintonville was able to hit some key shots in the end and came away with a season opening win. Logan Sipple had 25 points to lead Shawano. Freshman William Verkuilen had 11. Clintonville was led by Wegener with 20, Rosenow with 18 and Jack Yaeger with 17.
Shiocton Man Faces Charges of Excessive Speeding and Suspected Fourth OWI Offense
(WTAQ-WLUK) — A Shiocton man charged with excessive speeding is also suspected of his fourth OWI offense. Benjamin D. Talbot, 49, was arrested by a Wisconsin State Trooper on Highway 441, north of Newberry Street in Outagamie County, just before 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Officials say a trooper was conducting...
Drivers encouraged to use caution as slippery conditions lead to multiple crashes across Wisconsin
(WLUK) -- WisDOT is reporting some roads in Northeast Wisconsin are slippery Thursday morning. Multiple crashes have been reported in the area, including in Brown, Fond du Lac, Winnebago and Outagamie counties. While road conditions are improving as the morning goes on, drivers are encouraged to slow down and take...
Improvements to Appleton International Airport expected to provide big boost for Outagamie County
(WLUK) -- Appleton International Airport's upcoming expansion project has Outagamie County excited about what the future holds. The projected economic impact is expected to be big for not only the airport, but also the surrounding area. "Certainly anytime you expand your terminal, it gives more opportunities for more flights into...
Accident in Outagamie County Sends One to Hospital
TOWN OF HORTONIA, WI- A collision occurred in the Town of Hortonia on Saturday night, east of River Rd on State Highway 15, resulting in one individual being hospitalized. The incident involved a 44-year-old Appleton man driving east when he was struck by a 45-year-old Appleton man. The impact caused the latter’s vehicle to overturn and catch fire.
Clintonville City Council Approves 2024 Budget with Stable Tax Rate Despite Decreased Levy
CLINTONVILLE, WI- In a recent session on November 14, the Clintonville City Council greenlit the 2024 budget, revealing both a decreased tax levy and a consistent tax rate of $11.72 per $1,000 of equalized value, mirroring the figures from the preceding year. City Administrator Caz Muske presented the proposed 2024...
Wisconsin High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Waupaca County Today - November 30
If you're searching for how to watch high school basketball in Waupaca County, Wisconsin today, we've got you covered here. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Waupaca County, Wisconsin High School Boys Basketball Games Today.
Today the gas price is close to $2.88 in Hortonville as of 2023-11-30. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.268 , according to AAA.