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Pictured (left to right) are Senior Princess Sonja Zupancic, Miss Spring Valley Andrea Stockwell, and Senior Princess Savanna Klinger. This picture was taken at the Hudson Booster Days Queen's tea at their photo booth. Submitted photo
Pictured (left to right) are Senior Princess Sonja Zupancic, Miss Spring Valley Andrea Stockwell, and Senior Princess Savanna Klinger. This picture was taken at the Hudson Booster Days Queen's tea at their photo booth. Submitted photo
Saturday, January 21, 2017 12:01 AM

SPRING VALLEY & ELMWOOD, WI – With the end of 2016, let’s take a little more time to look back at it with Part III of the year in review this week.

  • The year in review for 2016 (Part III)

    SPRING VALLEY & ELMWOOD, WI – With the end of 2016, let’s take a little more time to look back at it with Part III of the year in review this week.

  • MOSES Director has what it takes

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – John Mesko, the new director of Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Services (MOSES), sees farmers as the original caretakers of the environment. He also sees plenty of possibilities for moving everyone engaged in the farming economy in a more sustainable direction.

  • Retired SV Fire Chief honored at board meeting

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – All trustees were present for the Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Village Board meeting. The meeting followed the published agenda for the meeting with the first item being the presentation of a plaque and the thanks of a grateful community to now retired Fire Chief Terry Shaffer.

  • The SV, Elmwood year in review for 2016 (Part I)

    SPRING VALLEY & ELMWOOD, WI – Now that we have seen the ball drop and put away the funny hats and noisemakers marking the end of 2016, let’s take a little time to review it.

  • Bridge at 400th Street still out, delay projected

    EL PASO TOWNSHIP, WI – As we reported in the July 14 edition of the Sun-Argus, there was a big storm that blew through the area on Tuesday, July 5. As a result, there was a fair amount of damage in some parts of our region.

  • Santa arrives for Christmas in the Valley

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It was evident that winter had returned just in time for Christmas in the Valley as the lines were long and the smiles wide as area children came to the Spring Valley Event Center on Saturday, December 10 to chat with the most beloved man in town around this time of year. 

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – Nickie Snyder celebrated her Breath and Bodywork Therapeutic Massage, LLC’s 12th Anniversary with her traditional Holiday Open House that was very well attended on Saturday, December 10, 2016.
  • 'Silent Night' choir concerts delight sold-out crowds

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The vivacious Cindy Kongshaug celebrated 20 years of directing the Adult Community Choir with 2 sold-out performances of “Silent Night” concerts on Saturday and Sunday, December 3 and 4.

  • Spring Lake Lutheran holds successful Christmas Cookie Sale

    TOWN OF SPRING LAKE, WI – Those delightful ladies of Spring lake Lutheran Church did it again this year. (That is, they did all of the Christmas baking so you wouldn’t have to.) And on Saturday, December 3, they held another successful Christmas Cookie Sale.

  • Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce presents President Award at Christmas Party

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce held their annual Christmas party last Monday evening, December 6 at Sneaker’s Pub & Eatery.

  • Help requested for care packages to troops

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Sun-Argus has been contacted by 13 year-old Boy Scout Tommy Burke with Elmwood-Spring Valley Troop 145, whose Scout Master is James Verdouw. Scout Burke is an 8th grade student at Spring Valley Middle School.

  • Kirby injured in two-car crash Monday in Spring Valley

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – On November 28, 2016 at approximately 5:10pm, the Spring Valley Police Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Hwy 29 approximately 1/8 mile west of Park Drive in the Village of Spring Valley, WI.

  • SVHRC receives donation from First Bank of Baldwin

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Kevin Larson of the Spring Valley Health Care Center recently accepted a donation check from Craig Nelson of First Bank of Baldwin. 

  • ‘Silent Night’ holiday concert tradition to be presented

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Always a favorite show, the Christmas Concert at the Spring Valley Stagehands Theatre is a tuneful way to usher in the holiday season. Director Cindy Kongshaug is pulling out all the stops in this, her 20th year of directing the Adult Community Chorus.

  • SV Elementary, Mayo volunteer says every day is rewarding

    MENOMONIE, WI — “As a volunteer, every day is rewarding regardless of what you do,” says Donna Koranski. “You really can make a difference.”

  • Veterans Day Road March starts at Spring Valley Elementary

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – On Friday, November 11 (Veterans Day), there was blue sky and shining sun over the Village of Spring Valley. And on that day, as stated by Mary Anderson in the November 3 Sun-Argus, the public had been invited to join her son Wyatt Anderson, and the other veterans, in the 10th annual Veterans Day Road March.

  • Stagehands invest in improvements

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Stagehands have been busy at work the past couple of months, not only in preparation for their currently running show, The Drawer Boy, but in work on the beloved Stagehands Theatre building.

  • A facelift for Spring Valley Dentistry

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – There are some big changes coming up for Spring Valley Dentistry! I have been extremely blessed by this community and surrounding communities. Our business has grown beyond what I thought we ever would, and we now need more space to accommodate that growth. 

  • ‘Staying Put’ is on the move

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – From its humble beginnings at the home of Margy Balwierz where 5 people met to discuss the possibility of such a group, to its very own office on McKay Avenue in Spring Valley, Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put has made remarkable progress in the past 2 and a half years. Even its founding members are little surprised by the resounding success of this organization.

  • Drawer Boy – a play worth seeing [VIDEO]

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Drawer Boy, now playing at the Spring Valley Stagehands Theatre is a complex story of 2 Canadian farmers – boyhood friends who lived together for 30 years.

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