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LATEST NEWS
  • BALDWIN, WI - A letter was sent from The Orchard to 12 local high schools challenging their shop/tech classes to build pumpkin launchers. The idea was to have them come to The Orchard with their launchers and compete against each other for prizes, trophies, and bragging rights.

     
  • CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO – It wasn’t supposed to turn out the way it did. When Baldwin Area Medical Center employees Elysia Buda, Michelle Welu and Megan Wolf were planning for their trip to Cabo San Lucas, they saw nothing but fun times in their immediate future.

     
  • MINNEAPOLIS, MN – The Vicky Emerson performance at Molly’s on Main, Plum City, Wisconsin, reported on the Entertainment pages of the October 16 editions of the Sun-Argus and Woodville Leader, has been cancelled due to illness. The show was scheduled for 7 p.m. this Saturday, October 18, 2014 and will be reschedule for a date in the future at Molly’s on Main.

     
SCHOOL
  • BOYCEVILLE, WI – After competing in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference Meet last week, the next stop for the EPC runners will be back in Boyceville, at the WIAA Sectional Meet this Friday. Overall, the EPC boys came in 7th place, while the girls finished in 8th place.  St. Croix Central won the boys’ crown, and the Glenwood City girls captured first as a team.

    Andrew Gilles had the highest individual finish for EPC at the Conference Meet last week, finishing fourth with a time of 17:51.1. Chad Osteen was EPC’s second runner to cross the finish line as Osteen posted a 24th place finishing time of 19:38.5.

     
  • ELMWOOD, WI – The EPC Wolves disposed of the Clayton Bears in dominant fashion last Saturday, as they blanked the visitors with a 46-0 Homecoming rout in Elmwood.  Clayton’s offense was plagued by the turnover bug with five giveaways, while EPC’s offense racked up 310 yards and seven touchdowns from four different players.

     
  • For more photos, see this week's Sun-Argus. 
OBITUARIES
  • (WWI/POW) Age 96 of Sacramento, CA passed away peacefully Sept. 23, 2014. Born 1917, Dobie, WI.

     
  • Gladys I. Fuhrman, age 98 of Elmwood, died Saturday, October 11, 2014 at the Heritage of Elmwood Nursing Home in Elmwood.

     
  • Helen M. Peterson, age 100, of Spring Valley, WI; formerly of Arden Hills, MN, died on Friday, October 10, 2014 at the Spring Valley Health and Rehabilitation Center.

     
COMMUNITY
  • WESTERN WI - WESTconsin Credit Union is offering up to twelve $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors from the class of 2015 as part of the credit union’s annual Student Scholarship Program. The goal is to award one scholarship in each community served by a WESTconsin office, including Amery, Baldwin, Barron, Eau Claire, Ellsworth, Hudson, Menomonie, New Richmond, Prescott, River Falls and Spring Valley. Scholarship recipients will be announced in May of 2015.

     
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Crowning 2014 Miss Spring Valley (47th Annual Spring Valley Dam Days)
Sydney Dumond is crowned 2014's Miss Spring Valley during the 47th Annual Dam Days celebration. Footage by Paul J. Seeling

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