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WISCONSIN – Unofficial election results for the Special Election to fill the vacant 10th Senate District once held by Sheila Harsdorf have been reported that Democrat Patty Schachtner has defeated Republican State Rep. Adam Jarchow of Balsam Lake and Libertarian candidate Brian Corriea of Wilson.

  • 6th Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament scheduled
    BALDWIN, WI – The Sixth Annual Special Olympics Basketball tournament is scheduled for Sunday, January 28, 2018!  The Opening Ceremonies will be held at 10:45 in the West Gym at Baldwin-Woodville High School.
  • Unofficial election results give 10th District Senate seat to Schachtner

    WISCONSIN – Unofficial election results for the Special Election to fill the vacant 10th Senate District once held by Sheila Harsdorf have been reported that Democrat Patty Schachtner has defeated Republican State Rep. Adam Jarchow of Balsam Lake and Libertarian candidate Brian Corriea of Wilson.

  • Spine care at Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Dr. Trevor Wahlquist, Spine Surgeon, and Dr. Pooja Mundrati, Interventional Spine Physician, from Summit Orthopedics to offer spine care services. They are now accepting appointments and will begin seeing patients on January 17, 2018.

  • iMARK Molding among Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award Nominees

    MADISON, WI – iMARK Molding, Inc. of Woodville, Wisconsin is among the twenty-three Wisconsin manufacturers that have been nominated for the 30th Annual Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year (MOTY) Awards. The Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award program is an annual recognition of excellence in manufacturing. It celebrates the successes of manufacturers in the state: their innovations, philanthropy, technological advances, commitment to customer satisfaction, and quality jobs.

  • Citizens State Bank welcomes new mortgage lender

    HUDSON, WI – Citizens State Bank is pleased to welcome Jeff Henn to their mortgage banking team.  Jeff joins CSB as a Mortgage Loan Officer and will be working out of the Hudson office.

  • Western Wisconsin Health welcomes first baby of 2018!

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is excited to announce that the first baby of 2018 has been born!

  • Benefit for Paula Hampton is Saturday, January 27

    BALDWIN, WI – “It is what it is”; “Be happy”; “Appreciate others”; and “Day by day” are a few quotes Paula Hampton shared when asked about her life with multiple sclerosis, and the journey she’s had since being diagnosed in the mid 1990s.

  • Woodville 2017 Year in Review (Part II)

    WOODVILLE, WI – What a year 2017 was. Locally in Woodville and the surrounding community there was also much that occurred in 2017 and the Woodville Leader informed you about it.

  • Village of Woodville receives loan for completed street projects

    MADISON, WI – The Board of Commissioners of Public Lands (BCPL) approved a State Trust Fund Loan totaling $180,000 to the Village of Woodville to finance roadwork.  Board Chair Brad Schimel and Commissioner Doug La Follette voted in favor of the loans with Commissioner Matt Adamczyk voting against them.

  • Woodville 2017 Year in Review (Part I)

    WOODVILLE, WI – What a year 2017 was. The stock market beat all expectations, but for many that was meaningless. There was a new president who loves to tweet, and do things like no other president ever has.

  • Final autopsy findings on Aubree Long released

    BALDWIN, WI – The final autopsy findings on Aubree Long, from the Ramsey County Medical Examiner, state that there is no anatomic cause of death, no external or internal trauma, and all lab results from Toxicology returned negative results in the blood volatile screen and blood drug screen.

  • Another busy December for Lions with fellowship, service

    WOODVILLE, WI – It has been another busy December for the Woodville Lions as they continue their International Lions Club mission: “To Serve.”

  • First Bank of Baldwin hosts annual Customer Holiday Party

    BALDWIN, WI – The First Bank of Baldwin hosted their Annual Agriculture and Commercial Customer Holiday Party recently on Thursday, December 7, 2017 at the Baldwin Office at 990 Main Street.

  • Christmas concert at Zion is ‘Wonderous Night’

    WOODVILLE, WI – “Wonderous Night” a Cantata for Christmas by Eugene Butler was a presentation of beautiful music for the annual Christmas Concert on Sunday afternoon, December 10 at Woodville’s Zion Lutheran Church.

  • Woodville Lions conduct Vision Screening at Greenfield

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held another successful Vision Screening at Greenfield Elementary School in 2017 as they continue their International Lions Club mission: “To Serve.”

  • Gifts for Children benefits from First Bank of Baldwin involvement

    BALDWIN, WI – The First Bank of Baldwin, including the Spring Valley and Plum City locations along with other area businesses collected toys and cash donations to give to the Gifts for Children program that benefits children in the Baldwin-Woodville area. 

  • Tis the season for giving

    HUDSON, WI – Hudson Daybreak Rotary Club is in the middle of their fall grant season. Twice a year the Daybreak Rotary Club gives back to organizations that have programs focused on enhancing the community of Hudson and the greater St. Croix Valley. This fall 2017 season Daybreak Rotary awarded sixteen grants totaling $16,850.

  • Woodville BP invests in new improvements

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Krueger family (James and Jennifer (Jenny), JR (James Riley), Jeremiah, Janna and Julia), owners of the Woodville Motel and Woodville BP Store are investing in new improvements for your convenience in the near future at the BP Store.

  • Santa, Mrs. Claus visit Woodville workshop

    WOODVILLE, WI – As is his custom Santa arrived on a United Fire and Rescue fire truck with lights and siren announcing his arrival in Woodville for his annual visit with Mrs. Claus to his Workshop last Saturday, December 9, 2017. Once again, he and Mrs. Claus entertained approximately 220 happy children and their parents for their three-hour visit from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to the Village before Christmas.

  • Woodville, Baldwin and Hammond fire stations contribute to new air packs

    BALDWIN, WI – Representatives of the Woodville, Baldwin and Hammond fire stations of the United Fire & Rescue District recently presented checks to the District Board toward replacing the department's 42 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) air packs.

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