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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
  • Eighth Annual Children’s Safety Fair well attended at Nilssen’s Foods [ALBUM]

    BALDWIN, WI – Nilssen’s Foods in Baldwin, Wisconsin, held the 8th Annual Children's Safety Fair on Saturday, September 13, 2014 earlier than in previous years. They were rewarded with perfect fall weather and a great turnout for this community event.

  • Ary Arneson presented with French Legion of Honor Medal (Part I)

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The trip had been a year in the planning. “It was just going to be Elsie and me when we first planned this trip to France,” said World War II veteran Ary Arneson, but when daughters Sarah and Sally joined them along with Sally’s husband, Steven and their daughter Anna, it became a family trip.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Hey, hey everyone! So this weekend was fun but kind of chilly. Let's just say that we are happy for all of the layers now.

  • ‘Staying Put’ making progress

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – After each meeting, members of the newly formed group called, “Staying Put” feel a little more optimistic, a little more determined to stay the course, to do the work necessary to make this organization a reality for residents in and around Spring Valley.

    
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LATEST NEWS
  • BALDWIN, WI – Debbie Milligan, Volunteer Coordinator for ADORAY, reminds everyone that hospice volunteers are needed to provide respite for caregivers, companionship, light housekeeping and meal preparation, or simply a quiet presence for patients and their families, right within their own community.

     
  • WOODVILLE, WI -- B-W Community Education is pleased to announce that, starting Monday, September 22, 2014, the Viking Middle School will be added as a location for its indoor walking program.

     
  • ELMWOOD, WI - At 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday September 16, 2014 a crash occurred on State Road 128 near N8436 Street in Pierce County near Elmwood.

    Assisting agencies included Pierce County Sheriff’s Department, St Croix County Sheriff’s Department, Elmwood Police and Fire Departments, Spring Valley Police and Fire Departments and River Falls EMS.

     
SCHOOL
OBITUARIES
  • Bernadene E. Menter, age 84, of Wilson, Wisconsin died early Monday morning on September 15, 2014 at her home in Cady Township.

     
  • Shirley E. Busch, 84 of Tucson, Arizona passed away September 6, 2014 at Fairmount Assisted Living in Tucson.  

    Shirley was born July 15, 1930 to Gerhart and Hazel (Olson) Solberg in Eau Galle Township. She attended elementary school in Wildwood and graduated from Spring Valley High School. Upon graduation, Shirley found employment at Sears and later worked for Northwestern Bell. In October 1953, Shirley married Aloys Busch. In 1972, Shirley and Al moved to Tucson where she went to work for Southwestern Bell. After retirement, Shirley worked part time at different jobs.

     
  • Charles Herbert Henderson, age 91 of Baldwin, Wisconsin, died on September 12 at the Baldwin Care Center. 

    Funeral services for Herb Henderson were held at 11:00 am on Wednesday September 17 at the Christian Reformed Church in Baldwin. Burial was in the Baldwin Cemetery. Visitation was on Tuesday September 16 from 4:00-6:00 pm at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home in Baldwin.

     
COMMUNITY
  • DEPERE, WI  -- The Blue Skies Foundation will host a forum for and about Indian boarding school survivors - the first event of its kind in the United States – from October 22-25 at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Oneida, Wisconsin. The event is open to the public and admission is free.

    "Our purpose is to raise awareness of the treatment of Native children while in boarding schools and further our understanding of  the effects of this treatment. By bringing this issue into the open, healing can begin. And while we have the ability to capture the first hand accounts from our people, it is vitally important that we do so," said Dorothy Ninham, director.

     
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Stockman's 30th Anniversary Celebration featuring live music by Still Runnin'
Live music for Stockman Farm Supply's 30th Anniversary Celebration was provided by the popular local band Still Runnin’. Video by Paul J. Seeling
 

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