A 34-year-old Amery man who was pinned beneath a hydraulic lift for nearly an hour Friday at a Town of Clifton construction site was listed in good condition Monday morning at Regions Hospital. The Pierce County Sheriff's Department said Clayton Ewer suffered a leg injury.
TO THE EDITOR: The City of Prescott, Townships of Oak Grove and Clifton have reviewed several alternatives on intersecting Hwys. 10, 29, 35 with a North/South corridor (see proposed map at Prescott City Hall) called a By-Pass, which cannot give access to private driveways.
Lynn W. Most, Concerned Taxpayer, Prescott
, November 09, 2011
There will be a Par 3 9-hole golf fundraiser at Clifton Highlands in Prescott (2 club only) on Saturday, Oct. 15, beginning at 3 p.m. $40 includes prizes, golf and dinner at Lazy River Bar and Grill in River Falls.
Earn an extra mulligan by bringing a non-perishable item for the Food Shelf. Call Pattie Lindquist, 715-425-9291 or sign up at Johnnie’s Bar on Main Street. Fun and totally random, all skill levels welcome.
A 48-year-old Hammond man’s son was badly injured after the boy was thrown from a 2007 Ford Ranger pickup truck. The Hammond driver was going around a curve when he lost control. The truck went into a ditch and flipped several times. The rollover occurred at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, on Hwy. 29 south of 690th Avenue in the town of Clifton.
Peggy Steffl came before the Clifton Town Board at this week’s regular meeting and accused her neighbors of shooting their guns all the time, creating a racket that shattered the pleasant way of living in the country.
Blake Heiman of River Falls won the Clifton Hollow Golf Club Championship Saturday. His tournament win was highlighted by a 1-under-par round of 71. Heiman is an incoming sophomore at River Falls High School and was a member of last year’s Wildcat Big Rivers Conference Tournament champion and sectional qualifying golf team.
Paul Tiger and Kim Rogers, W12019 742 Ave. (Gateway Valley development) went before the Clifton Town Board Tuesday night, July 5, to complain that their hand-planted native prairie grasses and flowers in the ditch by their home had been mowed to the ground.
A town of Clifton man thought he was off the hook for a $700 fire bill. And he was for a month. But Tuesday night, Jan. 4, the Clifton Town Board reversed last month’s decision to cover the bill and said the man would have to pay it after all.
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