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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
  • Spine care at Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Dr. Trevor Wahlquist, Spine Surgeon, and Dr. Pooja Mundrati, Interventional Spine Physician, from Summit Orthopedics to offer spine care services. They are now accepting appointments and will begin seeing patients on January 17, 2018.

  • iMARK Molding among Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award Nominees

    MADISON, WI – iMARK Molding, Inc. of Woodville, Wisconsin is among the twenty-three Wisconsin manufacturers that have been nominated for the 30th Annual Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year (MOTY) Awards. The Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award program is an annual recognition of excellence in manufacturing. It celebrates the successes of manufacturers in the state: their innovations, philanthropy, technological advances, commitment to customer satisfaction, and quality jobs.

  • Citizens State Bank welcomes new mortgage lender

    HUDSON, WI – Citizens State Bank is pleased to welcome Jeff Henn to their mortgage banking team.  Jeff joins CSB as a Mortgage Loan Officer and will be working out of the Hudson office.

  • Western Wisconsin Health welcomes first baby of 2018!

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is excited to announce that the first baby of 2018 has been born!

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  • Spring Valley/Elmwood 2017 Year in Review (Part II)

    ELMWOOD AND SPRING VALLEY, WI – 2018 has dawned and the 52 weeks of 2017 have passed into history, but before those weeks fade away completely from our collective memories let’s take this opportunity to look at 2017 with a year in review this week starting with last April.

  • Benefit for Paula Hampton is Saturday, January 27

    BALDWIN, WI – “It is what it is”; “Be happy”; “Appreciate others”; and “Day by day” are a few quotes Paula Hampton shared when asked about her life with multiple sclerosis, and the journey she’s had since being diagnosed in the mid 1990s.

  • Woodville 2017 Year in Review (Part II)

    WOODVILLE, WI – What a year 2017 was. Locally in Woodville and the surrounding community there was also much that occurred in 2017 and the Woodville Leader informed you about it.

  • Spring Valley/Elmwood 5th Grade Students Graduate D.A.R.E.

    ELMWOOD, WI – On Tuesday January 9, 2018 Elmwood Schools hosted a graduation ceremony for the Elmwood and Spring Valley 5th graders who have worked hard to graduate the D.A.R.E. program. The ceremony was led by Officer Steve Albarado who was filling in for Officer Chad Koranda. Officer Chad Koranda was not able to make it due to the recent birth of his twin daughters.

  • STEM, creativity hallmarks of new CVTC program

    RIVER FALLS, WI – Mahmood Lahroodi, the Mechanical Design instructor at Chippewa Valley Technical College’s (CVTC) River Falls campus, likes his small team.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - It wasn’t all a total loss for the Cardinal boys’ team in the last few weeks. While they lost two games last week, including a conference tilt, they did manage a nice win over Northwood at the Clayton Holiday Invite and have had some good variety in scoring on the team.

    Spring Valley 49, Northwood 40
    The final score was closer than the game was as Northwood managed to limit the Cardinals to just two points over the final 11 minutes of the game, and those came from the free throw line with just 2.2 seconds left in the game.

  • Amanda Franzen

    Amanda Franzen, age 28, of Ellsworth, formerly of Spring Valley.

  • Alice DeMotts Trahms

    Alice DeMotts Trahms, age 88, of Woodville died Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at the Park View Community Campus in Woodville.

  • Gerald R. Hueftle

    Gerald (Jerry) R. Hueftle was born on May 16, 1948 to Richard & Eleanor Hueftle and went to be with his Lord on Dec 27, 2017.

  • MADISON, WI – The 2018 Wisconsin Family Business of the Year Award program is underway and accepting nominations from businesses throughout the state. The award, now in its fifteenth year, celebrates the accomplishments and the impact family-owned businesses have on our communities.

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