OnFocus News – April 5, 2018

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Students at Marshfield High School have the chance to follow in the footsteps of local artist Clyde Wynia by learning how to shape metal into art. A student cuts organic shapes from metal. This school year, Innovative Fabrication became a new course offering at Marshfield High School. Innovative Fabrication combines both traditional metal tech classes with sculpture. The class is team taught by Ben Will and Tim Bergelin, who teach metal tech and art classes, respectively.

Personal Development Center Secures Funding to Purchase Homeless Shelter Personal Development Center (PDC) made official the purchase of the former Frederic Ozanem Transitional Shelter facility in Marshfield. (This comes two days after the City of Marshfield Common Council turned down a request by PDC to fund the purchase.)

The Central Wisconsin State Fair has announced the lineup for the 2018 fair. There are also new dates for the fair. Check out FOCUS and our partner site Explore Marshfield for fair details. Tickets are available now through the Fair office and on the fair website.

Now a brief look at the weather, sponsored by Marshfield Insurance:

In a note posted to the door, longtime entertainment business in Marshfield announces it is closing as of today. The noted posted signed by JD Koran said, “The Rear End Bar is no longer open for business as of 4-2-18.”

And our number 1 story of the week.

After months of campaigns, the election is over. Marshfield has a new mayor.

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