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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
  • Local delegates attend District 5 Sons of Norway Convention

    WOODVILLE, WI - Three members from the Valkyrien Lodge in Woodville were delegates to the recent District 5 Sons of Norway Convention.  

  • 2014 Group of 'Let's Play Ball!'

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Let's Play Ball! is a summer fun ball program structured for girls and boys of all ages and abilities. The program was started when Jeremy and Brenda Johnson saw a need for a ball program for children of all abilities.

  • Woodville’s Uff Da Days plans being made

    WOODVILLE, WI - The Uff Da Days Planning Committee met last Tuesday, July 8, 2014, over breakfast at the Woodville Café. They were busy planning the festivities for Woodville’s Uff Da Days events. The date has been set for the third weekend in August. 

  • 4-H Centennial Celebration is a success

    ELMWOOD, WI - Farm animals were a popular attraction at a successful 4-H Centennial Celebration hosted by the Rock Elm Skyrockets 4-H Club on June 14, 2014, at Welcome Home Assisted Living in Elmwood.

    
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LATEST NEWS
  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The “area’s most scenic” 18-hole golf course and banquet facility is taking operations to a new level.

    After several months of waiting for the required federal and state permits, on June 13, 2014, the golf club officially became the area’s newest brewpub. One week later, they brewed their first batch, and on the 26th of July, pints from the first three batches will be available for purchase at the brewpub’s Grand Opening.

     
  • BALDWIN, WI -- Baldwin-Woodville High School is proud to announce that in addition to the accomplishments of all of our 2014 Advanced Placement (AP) students, ten of our exam takers have earned special recognition.  

    The College Board's AP Program offers several AP Scholar awards to recognize high school students who have demonstrated exceptional college-level achievement through their enrollment in several AP courses and success on the accompanying AP exams.

     
  • EVANSTON, IL - By senior year, and oftentimes long before that, students are more than ready to be done with high school. But life after high school, and indeed life after twelve years of routine, mandatory education, can be a daunting prospect.

     
SCHOOL
  • UW/Stout students receive Chancellor's Award for spring semester
    MENOMONIE, WI –The following students from Spring Valley who are attending UW/Stout received the Chancellor's Award for the spring semester:

    Ashley Esanbock majoring in psychology; Shauntel Aamodt majoring in psychology, and Savanna Daley majoring in manufacturing engineering, plastics engineering.

     
  • MENOMONIE, WI – The following students at UW/Stout received the Chancellor's Award for the spring semester:

    Damien Koeppel of Wilson majoring in computer engineering and Hailey Melander of Wilson majoring in professional communication and emerging media.

    Alexis Meyer of Woodville majoring in industrial design; Jalena Timmers of Woodville majoring in human development and family studies, and Leslie Fregine of Woodville, majoring in business administration.

     
  • SPRING VALLEY, WI -- Adopting a team is the easy form of adoption, even for old guys like Tony and Don. Don Nellessen and Tony Huppert adopted the Spring Valley Summer Basketball Team by paying their admission fee to St. Croix Central for 2014. Don and Tony feel businesses are overwhelmed with requests for sponsorships and are unable to help fund the need.

     
OBITUARIES
  • Ronald Anthony Shafer, 77 years, 11 months and 10 days old, of Beldenville, Wisconsin died Saturday morning at the Kinnic Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation Center in River Falls, Wisconsin.

     
  • Carole Henrietta Rudesill age 87 of Baldwin died Friday July 18, 2014 at the Baldwin Care Center.

    Funeral Services for Carole will be held at 4 pm on Sunday July 27, 2014 at First United Presbyterian Church in Baldwin. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at church. Burial will be in the Baldwin Cemetery.

     
  • Rita Elaine Smith, age 84 of Baldwin WI, died on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at the Baldwin Care Center, surrounded by her children.

     
COMMUNITY
  • MADISON, WI -- The Flowers Family Foundation is reminding state business leaders that the deadline is approaching to apply for the Wisconsin Business Achievement Award. The deadline is August 1, 2014.

    This award was created by the Flowers Family Foundation to recognize the winner for its role in supporting and creating a positive impact on the Wisconsin economy in the expectation the publicity the award brings will encourage others.

     
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Kyle Fosburgh performing at the WideSpot-SideSpot
Kyle Fosburgh performing at the WideSpot-SideSpot in Stockholm, Wisconsin on Friday, June 27, 2014. Footage by Paul J. Seeling

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