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 By Paul Fanning    News    June 9, 2021

Concerns aired over new street layout and park keys

The Cashton Village Board met last Wednesday, June 2 for its regular monthly meeting. Village resident, Frank Leis addressed the board to start the meeting with concerns about the new "bump outs"...

 

Village Board Minutes

PROCEEDING OF THE CASHTON, WI VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES May 5, 2021 President Robert Amundson called the regular meeting to order at 7 P.M. Roll Call. All present. Minutes of the April board meeting were read. Motion made by Byers 2nd by Arnie...

 
 By Tallitha Reese    News    May 26, 2021

School board approves contracts for solar energy project

The school board reviewed and approved two contracts for the proposed solar project at their last meeting held on Wednesday, May 19. The first approved contract is with Olson Solar Energy for the installation of the proposed solar array system and...

 
 By Paul Fanning    News    May 12, 2021

Discussion of park schedule lead to debate

A proposal to consider holding off on curb and gutter and paving for a substantial portion of Park Street, including parking lots, met some opposition from the Cashton Village Board last Wednesday,...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, April 27, 1951 Orion Samuelson, Ontario, is one of five top-notch Wisconsin FFA, speaking contest winners who will be attending an award trip to Chicago. Howard Schell started work Saturday night a the new village...

 
 By Paul Fanning    News    April 21, 2021

Kuderer is newest Cashton Trustee

After votes were tallied following the April election, there was a bit of a shake-up in the race of Cashton Village Board. Incumbent Mike Klinkner brought in the most votes to keep his seat, along with incumbent Rita Byers who brought in 87 votes. Ne...

 
 By Paul Fanning    News    April 14, 2021

Street work prompts village board to consider other park improvements

While there was no decision made last Wednesday, April 7, the Cashton Village Board entertained a proposal by Bill Meeks and Tim Eddy, of Southwest Sanitation, for weekly village-wide garbage and recy...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, April 6, 1951 Town of Jefferson voters approved the building of a new shed, along with the purchase of a new fire engine. One inch of snow fell on April 8. Low temperatures dipped to 29 degrees over the past week, with a...

 

Fanning Files

By Me In honor of the Cashton Record’s 125th year in publication, we are reprinting a story about Melvina building a new schoolhouse from January 7, 1941. Melvina to build new schoolhouse At a special meeting of electors in the village of Melvina...

 

Candidates vie for seat on Cashton Village Board

Having grown up on a farm on Irish Ridge, I have lived in the Cashton area most of my life except for a few years when I worked in Washington, D. C.; Milwaukee, WI; Bern, Switzerland; and in the Camp...

 

Candidates vie for seat on Cashton Village Board

I have lived in Cashton for 30 years. My wife Rita and I, our daughter Candace and her husband Jake (along with their son Abel), and my father and mother in-law, Norman and Donna Janzen all call...

 

Candidates vie for seat on Cashton Village Board

I grew up in Cashton and graduated from Cashton High School in 2000. I married Erin Oaks and we lived near Coon Valley for nine years. We then moved back to Cashton in 2013 and have lived here since....

 

Candidates vie for seat on Cashton Village Board

I have been an official resident of the village since 2013. I grew up 2 miles east of Cashton and was a 2005 graduate of Cashton High School. After high school, I attended UW - La Crosse for 2 years....

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, March 23, 1951 The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Cashton Cooperative Creamery was held last Wednesday at the Cashton Community Hall. The traveling library at the Odd Fellow hall will be open Friday afternoon f...

 
 By Tallitha Reese    News    March 10, 2021

Scenic Bluffs proposes walking route to Cashton Village board

The village board of Cashton heard a proposal from Scenic Bluffs Health Center to develop a designated walking path through the village at their last meeting, held on Wednesday, March 3. Representatives from Scenic Bluffs presented the board with a...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, March 9, 1951 Nine lay workers will assists the immunization clinic to be held at the community hall here Monday morning, starting at 9. Mark your calendars. A program to be put on by the Sparta barber shop chorus at the...

 

Fanning Files

By Me In tribute to 125 years of the Cashton Record, this week’s column is brought to you by the May 6 issue of the paper in 1938. It was a feature called “Watching Cashton Grow” that ran occasionally in that year. * * * Let’s go back in...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, February 16, 1951 This year’s March of Dimes polio drive in Cashton brought in a total of $322.46, topping last years total by almost $80. Sunday’s warm weather and the Showflake junior ski meet brought hundreds to...

 
 By Paul Fanning    News    February 10, 2021

Village Board cancels plans for Main Street Alley

An alleyway along Main Street in the Village of Cashton was cut from the construction plan, and the funds will be used to replace a section of Main Street in the downtown area. That was the decision...

 

Village Board Minutes

PROCEEDING OF THE CASHTON, WI VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES January 6, 2021 President Robert Amundson called the regular meeting to order at 7 P.M. Roll Call. All present. Minutes of the December board meeting were read. Motion made by Byers 2nd by...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, January 12, 1951 Some of the ridge farms are still stuck behind huge snow drifts, patiently waiting for the snow plow to come and dig them out. Movies playing at Cashton’s Welcome Theater include: The Great Rupert,...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, December 15, 1950 E. R. (Bud) Bauman was named policeman by the village board last Thursday. His hours are from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. but he will be on call at other times. The Badger Store’s 23rd annual holiday sale starts...

 
 By Paul Fanning    News    December 9, 2020

Property concerns may force Village to alter alley improvement plan

An alleyway that provides access to driveways of residents on both Main Street and Front Street in Cashton may not get the overhaul planned as part of a Main Street reconstruction project. That was...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, December 8, 1950 The Famous Red Heads, girls basketball team, are coming to Cashton Friday, December 22. A big poultry party will be held at the new American Legion club rooms here Sunday night. There will be dressed turk...

 
 By Paul Fanning    News    November 18, 2020

Knutson tapped as new Cashton Police Chief

Brente Knutson started with the Cashton Police Department in a part-time role in 2016. In early 2019 he was promoted to full-time status. Last month the Cashton Village Board voted to promote Knutson...

 

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