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Chief Lori Hetfeld on Monday confirmed that Woodville Police Officer Joel Benson wasn’t injured when shot at in the 50-mile pursuit of a murder suspect. Submitted photo
Chief Lori Hetfeld on Monday confirmed that Woodville Police Officer Joel Benson wasn’t injured when shot at in the 50-mile pursuit of a murder suspect. Submitted photo
Thursday, February 23, 2017 12:01 AM

HUDSON, WI - Chief Lori Hetfeld on Monday confirmed that Woodville Police Officer Joel Benson wasn’t injured when shot at in the 50-mile pursuit of a murder suspect. The tragic murder, suicide incident occurred last Saturday night, February 18, 2017. Chief Hetfeld was monitoring the incident as it took place.

  • Woodville officer shot at by murder suspect in 50-mile pursuit

    HUDSON, WI - Chief Lori Hetfeld on Monday confirmed that Woodville Police Officer Joel Benson wasn’t injured when shot at in the 50-mile pursuit of a murder suspect. The tragic murder, suicide incident occurred last Saturday night, February 18, 2017. Chief Hetfeld was monitoring the incident as it took place.

  • ‘Snowshoe by Moonlight’ event at Giezendanner is well-attended

    WOODVILLE, WI – Perfect temperatures, some snow and a lighted trail at the Giezendanner School Forest found approximately 50 people exploring the woods the evening of Friday, February 10 for the “Snowshoe by Moonlight” event.

  • Great turnout for Super Bowl Breakfast

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club had a great turnout for their 34th Annual Super Bowl Breakfast on Sunday, February 5, 2017 at the Lions Den.

  • Valentine dinner, music at Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Come to the Woodville Senior Center to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Tuesday, February 14 with music and a delicious Italian dinner at 12:00 p.m. 

  • Woodville Super Bowl breakfast this Sunday!

    WOODVILLE, WI –The men and women of the Woodville Lions Club cordially invite you to their 34th Annual Super Bowl Breakfast this Sunday, February 5, 2017 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.

  • Looking back at Baldwin-Woodville in 2016 (Part IV)

    WOODVILLE, WI -- As stated in the three parts of this review series “Looking back at 2016,” some people are glad to see it go, for others it was a good year and are sad to see last year end. And for many it was just another year that flew by and they are wondering where it went.

  • Snowshoe by moonlight

    WOODVILLE, WI -- B-W’s Giezendanner School Forest and the Baldwin and Woodville Public Libraries are sponsoring a fun event at the school forest on Friday, February 10. 

  • Winter Woodville Library happenings

    WOODVILLE, WI -- New at the libraries is a subscription to the downloadable magazines site Flipster through the MORE online catalog. There are 39 magazines to choose from including Good Housekeeping, HGTV Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and People.  These can be downloaded to your devices and deleted when you are done.

  • Looking back at Baldwin-Woodville 2016 (Part III)

    WOODVILLE, WI -- As stated in Parts I and II of this review series “Looking back at 2016,” some people are glad to see it go, for others it was a good year and are sad to see last year end. And for many it was just another year that flew by and they are wondering where it went. Here at the Woodville Leader we will try to answer that question as we look back further at 2016 with a review of some of the many stories from the 52 weeks of the last year.

  • Woodville Lions continue to serve with donations to food pantries

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held their monthly meeting on Monday, January 9, 2017, they had a full agenda that included preparations for the 34th Annual Super Bowl Breakfast on Sunday, February 5.

  • Looking back on Baldwin-Woodville in 2016 (Part II)

    BALDWIN-WOODVILLE, WI – As stated last week, some people are glad to see it go, for others it was a good year and are sad to end 2016. And for many it was just another year that flew by and they are wondering where it went.

  • BWHS Choir second Culver's Share Night is next Wednesday

    BALDWIN, WI -- The Baldwin-Woodville High School Choir would like to thank the community for the success of our first Culver’s fundraiser and invite you (and anyone you can bring with you) to our second Culver's Share Night, an event benefiting the choir program's upcoming tour to New York City.

  • Christmas is for the Birds!

    WOODVILLE, WI -- For 117 years, people across the country have participated in the Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC) and this year was no exception.

  • Looking back on Baldwin-Woodville in 2016 (Part I)

    ST. CROIX COUNTY, WI – Some people are glad to see it go, for others it was a good year and are sad to end 2016. And for many it was just another year that flew by and they are wondering where it went.

  • Woodville Warehousing celebrates new Baldwin facility with open house

    BALDWIN, WI – It was a bright sunny, brisk winter afternoon, but it was warm and cheery in the spotless new Woodville Warehousing & Distributing 125,000 square foot freezer and dry storage warehouse facility in Baldwin for a Grand Opening and Open House. The event occurred on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 from 2 to 7pm.

  • Zion's ‘O Come Immanuel’ is joyous annual Christmas concert [VIDEO]

    WOODVILLE, WI – “O Come Immanuel” annual Christmas Concert on Sunday afternoon, December 11, 2016 was a joyous testament of praise to the Advent and Christmas season at Woodville’s Zion Lutheran Church. Following the concert was the traditional stunning candle lit Norwegian “Kaffee Kallas,” in the Fellowship Hall with a delicious assortment of tasty treats that were enjoyed over pleasant conversation in the afterglow of musical worship.

  • Woodville Lions continue to serve and enjoy seasonal fellowship

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club has had a busy December 2016, as they continue their International Lions Club mission: “To Serve.”

  • Woodville welcomes Santa, Mrs. Claus to workshop for annual visit [ALBUM]

    WOODVILLE, WI – Santa arrived on a fire truck in Woodville for his visit to his Workshop last Saturday, December 10, where once again he and Mrs. Claus entertained approximately 350 happy children and their parents for the annual three-hour visit to town before Christmas.

     

  • Greenfield Elementary School says ‘Thank YOU’

    BALDWIN, WI – On November 10, Zion Lutheran Church in Woodville, Wisconsin hosted their delicious and popular 10th annual Norwegian Meatball dinner.

  • Woodville Lions donate to BWHS Drumline

    WOODVILLE, WI – In support of the music program at Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS), the Woodville Lions Club has donated $500 to the school's drumline.

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