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Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Lucia Morris was the special visitor to Mrs. Husby and Mrs. Ninneman’s third and fourth grade students at Spring Valley Elementary School. Submitted photo
Lucia Morris was the special visitor to Mrs. Husby and Mrs. Ninneman’s third and fourth grade students at Spring Valley Elementary School. Submitted photo
Monday, May 23, 2016 12:02 AM

SPRING VALLEY, WI -- On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, Mrs. Husby and Mrs. Ninneman’s third and fourth grade students at Spring Valley Elementary School were treated to a special visitor.

  • Elementary students visit with Lucia Morris

    SPRING VALLEY, WI -- On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, Mrs. Husby and Mrs. Ninneman’s third and fourth grade students at Spring Valley Elementary School were treated to a special visitor.

  • Royalty attend 65th Syttende Mai as SV Village ambassadors

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Royalty: Andrea Stockwell, Miss Spring Valley, Spring Valley Senior Princess Savanna Klinger, and Senior Princess Sonja Zupancic attended Woodville’s 65th Syttende Mai Celebration beginning with the Queen’s Tea, then Grande Parade and Queen’s Coronation on Saturday, May 14.

  • Tesla – it’s here to stay

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It can go from zero to 100 mph and back to zero in 14 seconds, and warns you if a collision is about to take place.

  • Spring Valley Public Library update

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – We are gearing up for our 2016 Summer Reading Program here at the SV Library and are excited about our events!

  • ELMWOOD, WI -- The Crain-Ottman American Legion Post 207 and Auxiliary Unit 207 will be holding their Memorial Day program on May 30 at the Elmwood Veterans Memorial Park. This year, the Auxiliary and Jr. Auxiliary will be having special presentations.

    The schedule for the outlying cemeteries is as follows: St John’s Lutheran (Hatchville) - 8:15 am, Oak Ridge (Reed) - 8:30 am, Spring Lake (Both) - 8:50 am, Sacred Heart (Farm Hill) - 9:30 am, Old Rock Elm - 9:45 am, Poplar Hill - 10:00 am, Veterans Memorial Park - 11:00 am - Program.  

  • Spring Valley Elementary Dinner Theater presents ‘Believe’

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Once again the students, faculty, and staff at Spring Valley Elementary delighted their audience with their annual dinner theater. This year’s theme was “Believe.”

  • The Spring Valley Lions Club, represented by Lions President Marsha Brunkhorst and Treasurer Dave Ducklow, partnered with Drew Dickenson (L) and Ken Snow (not pictured) for a raffle to help raise an additional $4,000 for St. Jude's Children’s Hospital as part of the 2016 benefit. Photo by Paul J. Seeling

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – For Bass fisherman Drew Dickenson and Ken Snow of Spring Valley, their fishing obsession has also turned into an obsession for helping kids. These 2 guys, along with a growing bunch of generous volunteers (family and friends and friends of friends) recently staged another successful benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the children’s cancer research hospital founded in 1962 by the world-famous entertainer Danny Thomas.

  • Sandy Thompson to retire after 49 years

    SPRING VALLEY AND PLUM CITY, WI - First Bank of Baldwin would like to announce the retirement of one of our long time valued employees Sandy Thompson. Sandy is currently the Branch Retail Supervisor/AVP for our Spring Valley and Plum City locations and has decided after 49 years that the time has come to retire. 

  • Spring Valley Royalty attend Loyalty Day Parade

    SPRING VALLEY, WI -- This past weekend on Saturday, April 29, 2016, the Spring Valley Royalty riding on the Spring Valley float attended the Loyalty Day Parade in New Richmond, Wisconsin.

  • Spring Valley High School earns silver rank in ‘Best High Schools in America’

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Spring Valley Middle-High School principal Gretchen Cipriano recently notified the staff and school board about the high school’s ranking in U.S. News & World Report.

  • Spring Valley ‘sails into sunset’ for 2016 prom

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley High School (SVHS) Junior Prom was celebrated by approximately 80 very stylish students who enjoyed the 2016 theme of "Sailing into the Sunset."

  • 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.  

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI -- On Friday, April 22, 2016 at approximately 4:15 PM, Spring Valley Area EMS was dispatched to 528 Park Dr, apt 8 in Spring Valley, WI for an unresponsive male. The ambulance crew requested law enforcement respond, and a Pierce County Deputy responded to Baldwin Area Medical Center (BAMC) to meet the ambulance. The male, Steven C. Olson, 58, of Hudson, WI, was pronounced deceased at BAMC.

  • ‘Scouting for Food’ this Saturday

    SPRING VALLEY/ELMWOOD, WI -- On Saturday, April 30 between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., local Scouts from Cub Scout Pack 9145 and Boy Scout Troop 9145 will once again be going door to door throughout Spring Valley and Elmwood soliciting food donations to benefit our local food pantries.

  • ‘Filling Empty Bowls’ succeeds again in many ways

    SPRING VALLEY, WI -- “Once again the Filling Empty Bowls event was a huge success. We set a goal to have students working with the greater community to create a relaxed evening of good art, good food and a gathering to help provide food where it is needed most. That is exactly what happened. And we surpassed last year’s fund raising by $1,200.”

  • ‘Learning is Groovy’ Expo draws large crowd to SV Elementary

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - On Monday, April 11, 2016, the Spring EXPO “Learning is Groovy” Event was held at the Spring Valley Elementary School. The crowd, as usual, was impressive.

  • Pictured (left to right) are baby Jace with mom Baily Koch, Grandpa Jeremy Johnson, Great Grandpa Doug Johnson and seated is Great Great Grandpa Adolph Johnson. Submitted photo

    SPRING VALLEY/WOODVILLE, WI – The Johnson family was recently blessed with the arrival of Jace in 2016.

  • Maple syrup harvest celebrated at Spring Lake Lutheran with Pancake Supper

    TOWN OF SPRING LAKE, WI – The men of Spring Lake Lutheran Church hosted their annual Pancake Supper on Wednesday, April 14, 2016. 

  • Spy comedy 39 Steps opens Stagehands' 31st season

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The Spring Valley Stagehands president Lori Peterson reported to the Sun-Argus that the 31st season for the community theater group got off to a good start last weekend with their first play of the season.

  • Faye Jones has left the building, plans to keep changing the way America farms

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – As noted in the previous Gateway News Article “MOSES hires Linda Halley as interim leader,” March 30, 2016 was the last day in the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) office for founding director Faye Jones who has been succeeded by interim director Linda Halley.

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