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Three years ago, on January 6 th , 2021, our nation’s Capitol was attacked by a group of rioters who sought to halt the peaceful transfer of power, one of the most pivotal tenets of our …

Dear Editor, My name is Jeff Moreno Jr., and I am writing to express my sincere gratitude to the Cashton First Responders for their dedication and service to our community. Recently, my …

Letter to the Editor

As an AFS (American Field Service)-USA Volunteer and Host Parent f or 11 years, I’m writing to share what it means to host a high school exchange student in our community.  AFS, a …

Letter to the editor

I feel once again, a need to respond to a letter written by Lori Schmitz and appearing in the Jan 19th issue of The Cashton Record and the La Farge Episcope. Yes, it is true that the 2 supervisors …

Letter to the Editor

If we decide to respond to our 2023 budget crunch by cutting services, we will need to cut roughly $150,000. Road repair, bridge repair, and emergency services make up 93% of our budget. General …

Letter to the Editor

Kick the Can in Clinton, A Brief History This fall, in the Town of Clinton, we will have to cut services - a lot, or increase the levy - a lot, or quite a bit of each. Here’s why. For eight …

Letter to the Editor

The initial budget planning meeting for the Town of Clinton’s 2023 budget was held Wed. Sept. 7. Five members of the public attended. Only two of our five elected officials (Chairman Leis and …

Letter to the Editor

Letter to Town of Clinton Residents… Last year there was significant controversy over the adoption of the budget and the approval of the levy in our township. This is the time of year to avoid …

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor… I read the obituary of Jon Torkelson with great sadness. He has been a good friend for 75 years. I first met Jon when I moved to Cashton when I was 11 years old. Jon was …

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor… RE: Kay Ziegahn’s “The Minority Now Rules” 29 June 2022 I haven’t been fooled by the government since Roe v Wade was voted on 22 January 1973. Although they …

Letter to the Editor

The Minority Now Rules Don’t be fooled: The government that bans abortion can also force you to have an abortion if they decide the country is becoming overpopulated. Remember China’s “one …

Town of Clinton Buggy Contribution to Irish Ridge Road Project On the 26th of April, 2022, I sent a letter to the editor with a chart comparing the costs to repair Irish Ridge Road. After the …

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Thanks Paul Fanning for the May 11 front page story on my return to Cashton! My cousin, Roy Manke from Bloomingdale, sent me two copies. I enjoyed growing up in Cashton where I spent my middle and …

Letter to the Editor

I am writing today, in support of the Town of Clinton Chairman, Corey Leis. He is mindful of the responsibilities of his position, and that of the entire Town board, the principle cause, maintenance …

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Response to the Petition to Recall Corey Leis, Town of Clinton Chair… Items in bold print are quotes from the petition to recall Corey Leis, Town of Clinton Chair. “Mismanagement of Funds”: …

Letter to the Editor

Letter to Editor… Regarding the recent letter from Ms. Schmitz - Irish Ridge Road Improvement It was stated that 105 people attended the levy meeting, but she failed to state that just less …

Letter to the Editor... Open Letter to Lori Schmitz, initiator of the Town of Clinton Recall Ms. Schmitz, Chairman Leis and the Town Board plan to rebuild Irish Ridge Road based on the …

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor I disagree with all of Ms. Schmitz’s Letter to the Editor of April 12, but one statement was particularly offensive to me. If we fix Irish Ridge Road she asks, “What …

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor… IRISH RIDGE ROAD LRIP Grant Approval On April 02, 2022, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation confirmed funding through a Local Roads Improvement Program (LRIP) …

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Letter to the Editor… Wake up Town of Clinton taxpayers---can you feel your taxes going up, up and away??? Town boards can choose to incur service debt and add to our property tax load …

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