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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Here are Hawken and Sam Benson, Eli Butts and Kayla Lynum, who worked the Brat Stand to earn money for their ELCA Youth Gathering trip. Submitted photo
Here are Hawken and Sam Benson, Eli Butts and Kayla Lynum, who worked the Brat Stand to earn money for their ELCA Youth Gathering trip. Submitted photo
Thursday, June 21, 2018 12:01 AM

WOODVILLE, WI – Northside Power Equipment in Woodville was the site of a tasty fundraiser put on by four kids from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Spring Valley who are part of a group going on a mission trip shortly to Texas. There are eight students, their pastor and three chaperones going on the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) Youth Gathering in Houston, Texas next week for seven days.

  • Brat stand raises funds for St. John’s youth gathering trip

    WOODVILLE, WI – Northside Power Equipment in Woodville was the site of a tasty fundraiser put on by four kids from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Spring Valley who are part of a group going on a mission trip shortly to Texas. There are eight students, their pastor and three chaperones going on the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) Youth Gathering in Houston, Texas next week for seven days.

  • Rescheduled annual SV Education Foundation Gala well attended

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – In planning for the 9th Annual Spring Valley Education Foundation Fundraising Gala the idea of moving the event to April made perfect sense. The weather would be good by Saturday, April 14, people would be around and that was the plan.

  • Tyler Leach claims second State title

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – As reported briefly in the June 7 Sun-Argus, Spring Valley High School Honors graduate Tyler Leach had one more honor to accomplish as he wrapped up his high school career.

  • Michael McDonnell of SV to receive prestigious National Science Foundation Fellowship

    EAU CLAIRE, WI – It turns out that good things do happen after midnight. Just ask Michael McDonnell of Spring Valley, Wisconsin, a UW-Eau Claire physics and mathematics major who received a middle-of-the-night email from the National Science Foundation telling him he is among an elite group of students selected to receive a prestigious fellowship that will fund his graduate studies.

  • Food for Fines at Spring Valley Library

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Public Library is offering Food for Fines from June 6-July 5. Come in and donate a non-perishable item for the Spring Valley Community Food Pantry and have $1 per non-perishable item waived from your library account. Up to $10 in fines will be waived on fines accrued on Spring Valley Library materials. The food pantry is in particular need of the following: shampoo, Progresso and other healthy choice soups, canned fruit, baking supplies and Kleenex. What better way to not only gain access to more summer resources at your library but to also support those in need in the community!

  • Spring Valley HS graduates Class of 2018

    SPRING VALLEY, WI –The Spring Valley School District graduated 46 seniors of the high school's Class of 2018 last Saturday afternoon, May 26. The Senior High Band played lovely selections for the gathering audience. The gym was full of family and friends to witness this important milestone commencement ceremony for the graduates as they begin a new chapter in their lives.

  • Generous donation received by SV Community Cancer Fund

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Steve Hartung from the Spring Valley Community Cancer Fund and Tony R. Huppert from the Team Oil Travel Center in Spring Valley Wisconsin might not take the greatest pictures but the Team Oil Travel Center check for $644 dollars for the local Cancer Fund makes up for it.

  • 2018 Spring Valley Prom ‘A Touch of Class’

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The 2018 Spring Valley Prom took place on April 28, 2018. The theme for the Prom this year was: “A Touch of Class,” and it certainly lived up to the theme.

  • Challenges, author visit, science show, theater, more all at SV library!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Who is ready to jump into summer? We are at the Spring Valley Library! We have our complete schedule of summer program events set and the full calendar is available at the library, on our website, and on Facebook. If you like, you can also request the full schedule to be emailed to you.

  • Award-winning teacher Jim Herold to retire after 37 years at Spring Valley (Part III)

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Last week in Part II of this series of articles we did confirm again that it is true that award-winning instructor and coach Mr. Jim Herold is retiring after teaching for 37 years at Spring Valley Middle/High School.

  • Friends of the Spring Valley Public Library: Check them out!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – So, you’ve probably heard of them, the Friends of the Spring Valley Public Library.  They are a Wisconsin not-for-profit corporation organized in 2016 to help fund library programs at the Spring Valley Public Library. 

  • Award-winning teacher Jim Herold to retire after 37 years at Spring Valley (Part II)

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Last week in Part I of this article we did confirm that it is true that award-winning instructor and coach Mr. Jim Herold is retiring after teaching for 37 years at Spring Valley Middle/High School.

  • Annual Spring Valley Education Foundation Gala rescheduled

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – There is still time to RSVP to the 9th Annual Spring Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) Gala! After the last major snowstorm on April 14, the Annual SVEF Gala had to be rescheduled. The new Gala date is Sunday, May 20, 2018 from 4:00 to 7:30pm at the Spring Valley High School.

  • Woodville Historical Society to host rail history talk during 67th Syttende Mai

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Railroad historian and enthusiast, Arlyn Colby will talk about local train lines on Thursday, May 17 at 6:30 at the Woodville Community Center (the Lion’s Den). Anyone with an interest in local history and especially the railroads that served the communities will enjoy this presentation.

  • Award-winning teacher Jim Herold to retire after 37 years at Spring Valley

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Yes, it’s true Mr. Herold is retiring after teaching for 37 years at Spring Valley Middle/High School.

  • Spring Valley Community Cancer Fund receives donation

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Tony Huppert CEO of the Team Oil Travel Center in Spring Valley, Wisconsin was proud to recently present a check for $500 to Steve Hartung for the Spring Valley Community Cancer Fund (SVCCF).

  • The Drowsy Chaperone – What a Show! [VIDEO]

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Drowsy Chaperone is now a part of the Spring Valley Stagehands Theatre history. Directed by Ethan Hayes, with support of Assistant Director Laura Hanson, the show was another crowd favorite.

  • Police respond to possible attempted abduction

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Spring Valley Police Department Chief John DuBois has issued the following press release...

  • Men of Spring Lake Lutheran host annual Pancake Supper

    TOWN OF SPRING LAKE, WI – The men of Spring Lake Lutheran Church hosted their Annual Pancake Supper again at the beautiful country church with the gleaming copper steeple.

  • $2.2 Million Megabucks Jackpot Won in Saint Croix County

    MADISON, WI – A ticket sold in Baldwin matched all six winning numbers in the Wisconsin Lottery’s Saturday, April 14, 2018 Megabucks $2.2 million drawing.  Saturday night’s winning Megabucks numbers were 04, 06, 11, 16, 40, and 45. 

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