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Sunday, September 25, 2016
We had a blast going through all the parades, this is just one of the pictures from the eventful weekend! Submitted photo
We had a blast going through all the parades, this is just one of the pictures from the eventful weekend! Submitted photo
Sunday, September 25, 2016 12:01 AM

WOODVILLE, WI - Your Syttende Mai Queen Jessica Moor, First Princess Karissa Danielson, and Second Princess Megan Suckow attended Amery, Spring Valley, and Blair Cheese Festival this past weekend.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Your Syttende Mai Queen Jessica Moor, First Princess Karissa Danielson, and Second Princess Megan Suckow attended Amery, Spring Valley, and Blair Cheese Festival this past weekend.

  • Valkyrien Lodge is Sons of Norway International Lodge of the Year

    WOODVILLE, WI – Last Saturday, September 17, Sons of Norway District 5 Zone 1 Director Dave Hermundson presented the 2015 International Lodge of the Year Award to Valkyrien Lodge President Sandra Olson.

  • Greenfield Elementary holds ‘Show & Tell’ night, Grand Re-Opening

    BALDWIN, WI – On the evening of Friday, September 2, just prior to the start of the 2016-17 school year, Greenfield Elementary School Principal Tiffanie Nigbor and Baldwin-Woodville Area School District Superintendent of Schools Eric Russell met guests at the front entry of the remodeled Greenfield Elementary School for its “Grand Re-Opening.” This followed a well-attended open house for students and parents on Wednesday, August 31 – a “Show & Tell” night for Greenfield.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Your Syttende Mai Queen, Jessica Moor, First Princess, Karissa Danielson, and Second Princess, Megan Suckow attended the Ridgeland Superhero parade, Glenwood City’s Rustic Lore Days, and the Prescott and Osceola parades.

  • Country Memories to entertain at Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI -- The Woodville Senior Center is pleased to have Country Memories join us on Thursday, September 22 for some musical entertainment. The group’s members, Bud and Pat Mathison, Alma Smith, and Phil Pax, will provide dinner music for the diners at noon that day.

  • Valkyrien Lodge presenting Norwegian heritage tribute concert at Zion

    WOODVILLE, WI – Chris Falteisek, a musician, composer, and recording artist will perform in concert at Zion Lutheran Church, 221 Lockwood Street in Woodville, at 7pm on Monday evening, September 26.

  • Stagehands veteran co-starring in ArtBarn musical

    OSCEOLA, WI – The St. Croix ArtBarn in Osceola presents Taffeta Memories: A musical journey through the fabulous fifties!

  • BWSD honors many during All Staff Day

    BALDWIN, WI – On the morning of Tuesday, August 30, the Baldwin-Woodville School District held their All Staff Day. This annual gathering began with a light breakfast, served at 7:30am in the high school commons.

  • OEM earns Family Friendly Workplace™ Certification

    HUDSON, WI – Woodville-based OEM Fabricators, Inc. recently received Gold certification as a Family Friendly Workplace™ from the United Way St. Croix Valley’s Success By 6 initiative. This certification recognizes businesses that actively invest in programs and practices that support employees and their families.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI – Your Syttende Mai Queen Jessica Moor, First Princess Karissa Danielson, and Second Princess Megan Suckow attended North Hudson Pepper Fest, Pickles of the Caribbean in Boyceville, Cart Ox Days in Star Prairie, and Rutabaga in Cumberland.

  • Footbridges constructed at Giezendanner School Forest

    RURAL BALDWIN, WI – Spring, summer, fall, and winter are all wonderful seasons for students and the community to utilize Giezendanner School Forest. The trails are cleared; but because of snowmelt, spring and summer rains, and drainage patterns, some trails remain very muddy and are not passable during certain seasons. The need for footbridges is evident.

  • Viking, Community Education hold ‘Welcome Back Pool Party’ of Olympic proportions

    BALDWIN, WI -- On August 11, Community Education and Viking Middle School (VMS) hosted the annual ‘Welcome Back’ pool party for area 6th and 7th grade students. The 93 students who attended the event celebrated in Olympic style.

  • Cyclists stop in Woodville on way to Highground Memorial Park

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Friday, August 5, nearly 40 cyclists, who were part of the 32nd Annual Highground Bicycle Tour, stopped in Woodville from New Richmond on their way to Neillsville. In Woodville, they were warmly greeted by American Legion members Keith Albrightson, Bob Eicher, Jerry Johnson, and Doug Johnson.

  • Woodville Senior Center holds ‘Dinner and Music with Vanessa’ [VIDEO]

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Thursday, August 11, the lunch crowd at the Woodville Senior Center got a double treat. They had the great food of Head Cook Sharon Fregine and her kitchen crew, and were serenaded with the beautiful singing of Vanessa (Wynveen) Hufetl.

  • [ADVERTORIAL:] Mabel's Kitchen is first CSB ‘Small Business Showcase’

    WOODVILLE, WI – Woodville would like to proudly introduce Chris Belisle, Owner of Mabel’s Kitchen.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI – Your Syttende Mai Queen Jessica Moor, First Princess Karissa Danielson, and Second Princess Megan Suckow attended Hammond Heartland Days on Saturday, August 14.

  • Nature Photography Contest winners to be showcased during Chili Fest

    BALDWIN, WI -- Get those cameras ready and take photographs to enter in any or all of the 6 categories in the Nature Photography Show held in conjunction with Baldwin's Chili Fest. The contest is open to amateur photographers of all ages from the Baldwin-Woodville or surrounding communities.

  • Major street and utility project scheduled for completion

    WOODVILLE, WI – If you are a Woodville resident who routinely drives near or on Maple Street (east of River and Church Streets), you may have noticed the road and utility improvements taking place over the last 2 months. For those living on or near the construction, you will surely be glad when they are completed.

  • Beloved cook honored at Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI – Our Head Cook Sharon Fregine just celebrated 24 years of cooking at the Woodville Senior Center. 

  • Former Syttende Mai Queen, sister to dance in Best of Broadway

    WOODVILLE, WI – Former Syttende Mai Queen Kayla Rimer and her younger sister Alexa will be on stage this weekend when the Phipps Dance Theatre production of The Best of Broadway opens at 7:30pm on Friday night, August 12. This high-energy, high-steppin’ show is the 12th Annual summer dance production that will feature numbers from Broadway’s best shows. It is on stage for 2 successive weekends at the Phipps Center for the Arts, at 109 Locust Street in Hudson.

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