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LATEST NEWS
  • Xcel Energy makes generous donation to United Way St. Croix Valley

    HUDSON, WI -- In April, Xcel Energy presented a donation of $70,787 to United Way St. Croix Valley Executive Director Ann Searles. Also present were representatives from United Way partner agency Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI -- SVCCF is the Spring Valley Community Cancer Fund. As we embark on our 5th year, we thought it would be good to share with you information about who we are and what we do. 

    SVCCF is a non-profit organization fully staffed by volunteers from the SV community. It was founded in 2012 with purpose of “supporting our own” in the community who are fighting a battle against cancer. One hundred percent of every dollar donated or raised by our fundraising activities is used to provide emotional and financial support to those community members. Each month, we send cards of encouragement and gift cards for local businesses to these community members to help with the basic needs of gas, food, medicine, and other necessities while receiving their treatments.  

  • New horse barn galloping along at St. Croix County Fairgrounds

    GLENWOOD, CITY, WI -- If you are looking for an evening of family fun, join us at the 7th Annual May Fair Event and Sale! The May Fair Event and Sale will take place on Saturday, May 7 at the St. Croix County Fairgrounds Commercial Building in Glenwood City, WI (take 94 to exit 28, then go north 10 miles on Hwy 128).

SCHOOL
  • GLENWOOD CITY, WI – The track and field season is heading into full-speed ahead mode right now and the Spring Valley teams are going into it with reckless abandon as well.

    Last week the team competed at both Glenwood City and Prescott and had some excellent showings at both places.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The lone win of the season for the Cardinals came, and went. Despite efforts otherwise, the Spring Valley softball team fell to Dunn-St. Croix foes Colfax and Elmwood.

    “We struggle to put the full games together on both sides of the ball,” said Head Coach Sharla Bauer. “Some games we hit well and don’t field well, others it’s just the opposite.”

  • ELMWOOD, WI – Several EPC individuals and relay teams have experienced success over the last couple of weeks, while others have made great strides to improve times and distances.

    Kassye Todd, a sophomore who placed 6th at the 2015 WIAA State Cross Country Meet last fall, has been nearly unbeatable during the spring long distance season. Todd racked up three straight first place finishes in the 3200 meter run after dominating the field at the Baldwin-Woodville, Menomonie, and Glenwood City meets.

OBITUARIES
  • John Reinkey

    John J. Reinkey, age 86 of Elmwood, died Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at the Heritage of Elmwood Nursing Home in Elmwood.

  • Fred Bartko, age 73 of Menomonie, died Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at The Neighbors of Dunn County, Menomonie, Wisconsin.

    Memorial Funeral service will be on Monday, May 2, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Wilson Lutheran Church, Wilson, Wisconsin.

  • Cindy Lou Yauch

    Cindy Lou Yauch, age 58 of Menomonie, died Thursday, April 14, 2016, surrounded by family members, at Mayo Clinic Health Care Center in Eau Claire after a 30 year battle with a variety of health issues.

COMMUNITY
  • LYONS, NE – The USDA is accepting applications for $44 million in competitive Value Added Producer Grants to develop value added ventures. In times of low commodity prices, the help available through this program is especially appealing.

    The grant program gives priority to projects that expand opportunities for small and mid-sized family farms and for beginning, socially disadvantaged, and military veteran farmers and ranchers. Local food marketing projects are eligible as well, particularly for distribution systems that increase the return to the farmer.

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A scene from the 2016 VMS play The Lion King Jr., with Claire Finger singing the solo. Footage by Paul J. Seeling-Gateway News
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