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Elmwood’s Gerald Wolf has been elected to serve again on the WESTconsin Credit Union Board of Directors. Submitted photo
Elmwood’s Gerald Wolf has been elected to serve again on the WESTconsin Credit Union Board of Directors. Submitted photo
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 12:01 AM

WESTERN WI - WESTconsin Credit Union recently held its Annual Membership Meeting on April 1, 2014. Greg Lentz, Chief Executive Officer, presented complete financial reports and discussed company highlights of 2013. This year marks the seventy-fifth year WESTconsin Credit Union has been in business serving the financial needs of members.

  • WESTconsin Credit Union announces election of Board of Directors

    WESTERN WI - WESTconsin Credit Union recently held its Annual Membership Meeting on April 1, 2014. Greg Lentz, Chief Executive Officer, presented complete financial reports and discussed company highlights of 2013. This year marks the seventy-fifth year WESTconsin Credit Union has been in business serving the financial needs of members.

     
  • Was that the last one?

    WESTERN, WI - The area got another cruel taste of winter Friday morning, April 4, 2014 with several inches of snow blanketing the area on what many would have expected to be a spring day.

     
  • Only four concerts remain in the 2014 performance series for the Pierce County Ecumenical Choir. 

    “The Song Everlasting” by Joseph M. Martin is a sacred cantata based on early American songs which incorporate hymns, spirituals and folksongs. Members of the audience will recognize many of the songs including the much loved, “Amazing Grace.”

     
  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The Unofficial Election results for the Spring Valley School Board are as follows: incumbent Mary Huepfel received 271 votes; incumbent Terry Miller received 181 votes. Incumbent Jim Green chose not to seek re-election.

     
  • This year’s first batch of maple syrup—how sweet it is!

    RURAL SPRING VALLEY, WI - Kelly Falde and Dean Madson, of Spring Valley, Wisconsin were busy checking the sugar content of this year’s first batch of pure maple syrup recently.

     
  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - Visiting a library stocked wall-to-wall with books, media, and internet access computers, you may not be certain where your hunt begins. True, your conscious mission may not be known, but understand that every visit is indeed a quest, whether you are aware of it or not.

     
  • Spring Valley science teacher honored by National Geographic

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It says something when over 1,300 apply and 25 are selected. That’s an elite group, and that’s the group to which Spring Valley Middle High School science teacher Michele Huppert now belongs.

     
  • Spring Valley Education Foundation holds successful Gala

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - We had so much to celebrate this year! On Sunday, February 23, the Spring Valley Education Foundation held its Fifth Annual Fundraising Gala, and celebrated its 10th anniversary as well. Following its established tradition, three Spring Valley alumni were honored for their contributions to the Spring Valley Community and for their successes and achievements since leaving high school.

     
  • ‘What does the library have to offer me?’

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Visiting a library stocked wall-to-wall with books, media, and internet access computers, you may not be certain where your hunt begins. True, your conscious mission may not be known, but understand that every visit is indeed a quest, whether you are aware of it or not.

     
  • Meet the Candidates (Spring Valley School Board)

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Due to the positive responses we have had in the past, we are once again publishing an article called, “Meet the Candidates.”

     
  • SV’s O’Keefe named Kohl Scholar

    SPRING VALLEY, WI -- Spring Valley senior Tyler O’Keefe has been named a 2014 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Excellence Scholar.  He will receive a $1,000 scholarship. 

     
  • MOSES Organic Farming Conference attracts over 3,000 attendees

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The gray wooden building is located at S233 McKay Avenue in Spring Valley. If you weren’t looking for it, you might miss it. Behind those doors is a company called Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) headed by Faye Jones and employing 14 seasonal and fulltime local people

     
  • Dr. Donald Haack hired as SV School District superintendent

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – When Spooner superintendent Dr. Donald Haack was asked for his reaction to being hired as the superintendent for the Spring Valley School District, he responded, “I am excited about the opportunity. We have been hoping to move to the area for a few years, and when David Wellington mentioned that he was retiring, we went to visit the community and the schools.  Obviously we think very highly of both and are looking forward to becoming part of the Spring Valley community.”

     
  • SV Reading Rebels welcomes new members

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The Spring Valley Community Book Club has been revamped. No longer affiliated with the library, they are now and will forever more be known as the Spring Valley Community Reading Rebels under the leadership of Nancy Cleveland, Tina Sieg and Dianne Thomas.

     
  • SV-E wrestlers end great season as State Runner-Up

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The sirens blared and the lights flashed of the police car, ambulance and fire trucks for the Spring Valley-Elmwood wrestling team this past Sunday. The Cardinal wrestlers were returning home from their second place finish at the WIAA Team State Tournament with another trophy in tow.

     
  • Spring Valley School Board names next Superintendent

    SPRING VALLEY, WI -- David Wellington, Superintendent of the School District of Spring Valley issued a press release on Friday afternoon, March 07, 2014 that stated: “The Spring Valley School Board is pleased to announce that Dr. Don Haack will be the next Superintendent. Dr. Haack is in his thirteenth year as Superintendent of the Spooner Area School District. He will start his duties in Spring Valley on July 1, 2014.”

     
  • Party/Care Package Drive for Rachel Yoder

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – When Rachel Yoder joined the Army National Guard in May of 2011, she knew deployment was a possibility. “Did I think I would be deployed? No. Did I hope I wouldn’t? Yes.”

     
  • Spring Valley Public Library Update

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – This month the library will be marching on with its recurring story hour, Kid’s Club, and a musical Friday matinee. The big event will take place on Friday, March 7 at 2:15 pm when we will be showing “Frozen” (rated PG).

     
  • ‘Morning’s at Seven’ opens Thursday

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – “There are exciting things going on at the theatre in conjunction with the Village Community Center,” said Lori Peterson, director of “Morning’s at Seven.” She’s right.

     
  • SV-E Individual wrestlers capture three thirds, one fourth at State

    MADISON, WI - The Cardinals sent a team-record seven wrestlers to the WIAA State Individual tournament last week at the Kohl Center in Madison. The results weren’t ideal, but the Cardinal wrestlers did have a good showing.

     

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