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Sunday, June 25, 2017
The Woodville Syttende Mai Court standing in front of the Norwegian Restaurant, the Norske Nooke in Osseo, Wisconsin. Pictured (L to R) are: Lillie Smith, Faith Smith, Alexa Rimer, Emily Olsem, and Isabel Vance. Submitted photo
The Woodville Syttende Mai Court standing in front of the Norwegian Restaurant, the Norske Nooke in Osseo, Wisconsin. Pictured (L to R) are: Lillie Smith, Faith Smith, Alexa Rimer, Emily Olsem, and Isabel Vance. Submitted photo
Saturday, June 24, 2017 12:01 AM

WOODVILLE WI – It was another fun filled weekend representing our small town.

  • Queen's Corner

    WOODVILLE WI – It was another fun filled weekend representing our small town.

  • Child born on drive to WW Health

    BALDWIN, WI – I was honored to interview a beautiful new mother, Janelle Peterson and the reassuring Baldwin EMS Chief Tom Boyer in a peaceful lovely birthing suite at Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) this afternoon, Thursday, June 22, 2017, this their story of yesterday afternoon’s hectic 15 minutes that they shared with this reporter...

  • Annual WW Health Community Open House is fun, informative

    BALDWIN, WI -- Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) hosted their Annual Community Open House Celebration on a breezy, bright sunny Wednesday afternoon, June 7, 2017. Attending guests were given the opportunity to pick up a lot of valuable information along with enjoying a nutritious meal, a chance to dance with Healthy Hank and much more on the beautiful new WW Health campus that opened about one year ago.

  • Western Wisconsin Health Birth Center has a record-breaking month

    BALDWIN, WI -- Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is excited to announce that there was a record number of births during the month of May at the Birth Center.

  • St. Croix Valley Foundation hires Mary Aaby as new controller

    HUDSON, WI -- The St. Croix Valley Foundation has hired Mary Aaby as their new controller. Ms. Aaby has served for the last 20 years as CFO of Adoray Home Health & Hospice in Baldwin.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI -- It was a home run at the Baldwin June Bug Days Parade. The theme of the Queen’s Tea was baseball with all of the girls hitting and running the bases as others watched; they gave us bags of delicious popcorn.

  • Motorcycle vs deer crash on I-94 sends driver to Regions Hospital

    ST. CROIX COUNTY, WI -- On Thursday June 8, 2017, a crash occurred on I-94 westbound at Mile Post 11 in St. Croix County near Roberts, Wisconsin.

  • Woodville Lions install new officers, learn about Wisconsin Camp

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held their regular monthly meeting on Monday, June 12, 2017 at the American Legion Post 301. The meeting had been moved from the Lions Den to the Legion building as it has air conditioning in it.

  • Woodville Library summer happenings

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Congratulations to Elliette Snyder for completing 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! 

  • Sunflower II energized

    HAMMOND, WI – A historic account of May 24, 1939 recalls “the sky never seemed quite so blue, nor the sun quite as bright.”

  • Terkelsen entertains at Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI -- John Terkelsen will return to the Woodville Senior Center to kick-off the summer season by providing dinner music during our noon meal on Tuesday, June 13, 2017. He brings his guitar and sings a variety of music.  John is especially popular for his Country and Gospel tunes.  He is well known in the area and always a favorite at the Senior Center. 

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Our first appearance was a success as the new Syttende Mai Royalty.

  • Health Hustle 5K Run this Saturday at BWHS

    BALDWIN, WI -- Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health), with the support of local businesses, is hosting the Health Hustle 5K Run (formerly the Booster Shot Run) this Saturday, June 10, 2017.

  • Community Garden now open at Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI -- The community garden is now open at Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health). The raised bed portion of the garden officially opened on Thursday, May 25, 2017. The large garden plot area will officially open in the spring of 2018.

  • Woodville remembers on Memorial Day [ALBUM]

    WOODVILLE, WI – The rain held off in what John Terkelsen said Pastor Wayne Hilgendorf referred to as “heavenly dew” with a good breeze to keep the flags moving for the Memorial Day Service in the Immanuel Cemetery at Immanuel Lutheran Church in rural Woodville, Wisconsin on Monday, May 29, 2017.

  • St. Croix Master Gardeners fund wildflowers

    BALDWIN-WOODVILLE, WI – Up until 1987 much of Giezendanner School Forest was plowed and pastured and the native wild flowers (especially the spring ephemerals) disappeared.  

  • Wilson remembers veterans' sacrifices [ALBUM]

    WILSON, WI – It was a blustery Memorial Day on Monday, May 29, 2017, and the Wilson Matson-Miller Legion Post 330 and Auxiliary Unit 330 held their annual Memorial Day Services. Duty called them to the local cemeteries to conduct community Memorial Day programs at seven cemeteries.

  • Baldwin-Woodville graduates Class of 2017 [VIDEO]

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville Area School District had the honor of graduating the 113 members of the Class of 2017 last Friday evening, May 27 at the Commencement Ceremony. The Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS) West Gym was filled with friends and family members who all stood as the Class entered to Elgar’s “Fanfare and Processional, Pomp and Circumstance,” as well as “Jupiter Hymn from the Planets” by Holst.

  • Botany Belles & Beaus Garden Club creates library displays

    BALDWIN–WOODVILLE, WI – According to the National Gardening Survey Report released in May of 2016, food gardening and flower gardening are the most popular gardening activities.

  • Loppers at work on Baldwin-Woodville Service Learning Day

    WOODVILLE, WI – Loppers are such useful tools when dealing with young buckthorn and B-W’s Giezendanner School Forest is thankful that Baldwin Lightstream provided funding for the purchase of additional pairs for use in the woods.  Loppers are safe and can be easily used by many age groups.  Students used a GPS unit to guide them to larger buckthorn trees.


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