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– Courier-Sentinel Lookback –

– Courier-Sentinel Lookback –

10 Years Ago – 2010

Cornell FFA members gets hands-on experience in the concrete industry, as students lay the floor of the new high school greenhouse, with help from Josh Spaeth, Shawn Spaeth and Brandon Wozniak, of Cloverbelt Construction in Cadott. The business also furnished some of the materials for the project.

20 Years Ago – 2000

Gene and Margaret King, Cadott, complete the Wisconsin Senior Statesmanship Program in Madison. The program educates older people and professions working in the ag field, on legislative process.

30 Years Ago – 1990

It comes to light that Wilcox Road has been improperly deeded to the City of Cornell, who planned a sewer and water expansion project. Landowners on the dead end street will be contacted to formally request granting of the right-of-way.

40 Years Ago – 1980

The Cadott Community Library celebrates 25 years, after $100,000 was bequeathed by George Miller to provide the service. Led by Helen Tobola, the Cadott Woman’s Club spearheaded the start of the library, which has grown to be one of the finest around.

50 Years Ago – 1970

The Cornell Cub Scouts hold a pancake supper with all the trimmings at the high school, with meal tickets set at $1.25. The Scouts also raffle off a blanket, selling tickets for 25 cents.

60 Years Ago – 1960

Cadott Village constable Archie Lange, reminds dog owners there is an ordinance against animals running loose. Lange says if any dogs are spotted running at large within the village, the animals will be picked up and impounded.

100 Years Ago – 1920

A Daylight Savings Law is passed by Cornell, moving the clocks ahead one hour. Village trustees remind citizens that just because Cornell is running on Daylight Savings Time, the trains do not, meaning the 10 a.m. train will arrive at 11 a.m.