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Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Pictured are Teri Anderson, Carolyn Iverson, Karen Niccum, Wes Brooks, Ann Ruhlig, and Karen Bonnsetter, who recently volunteered pulling garlic mustard along Woodville’s Southside Drive. Submitted photo
Pictured are Teri Anderson, Carolyn Iverson, Karen Niccum, Wes Brooks, Ann Ruhlig, and Karen Bonnsetter, who recently volunteered pulling garlic mustard along Woodville’s Southside Drive. Submitted photo
Tuesday, May 31, 2016 12:01 AM

WOODVILLE, WI -- Teri Anderson, Carolyn Iverson, Karen Niccum, Wes Brooks, Ann Ruhlig, and Karen Bonnsetter took advantage of the Woodville Community Library’s Garlic Mustard event to learn more about this extremely invasive plant.

  • Woodville residents participate in Garlic Mustard pull

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Teri Anderson, Carolyn Iverson, Karen Niccum, Wes Brooks, Ann Ruhlig, and Karen Bonnsetter took advantage of the Woodville Community Library’s Garlic Mustard event to learn more about this extremely invasive plant.

  • A note from the Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI -- On April 26, Lyn Larson, our Woodville Senior Center Site Manager of over 8 years, left us. It was a sad day for us who frequent the Center.

  • ELMWOOD, WI -- The Crain-Ottman American Legion Post 207 and Auxiliary Unit 207 will be holding their Memorial Day program on Monday, May 30, 2016 at the Elmwood Veterans Memorial Park. This year, the Auxiliary and Jr. Auxiliary will be having special presentations. The schedule for the outlying cemeteries is as follows: St John’s Lutheran (Hatchville) - 8:15 am, Oak Ridge (Reed) - 8:30 am, Spring Lake (Both) - 8:50 am, Sacred Heart (Farm Hill) - 9:30 am, Old Rock Elm - 9:45 am, Poplar Hill - 10:00 am, Veterans Memorial Park - 11:00 am - Program. 

  • Ard seeks 29th District Assembly seat

    NEW RICHMOND, WI — Scottie E. Ard of New Richmond has announced her intent to seek the 29th Assembly District seat in the fall election this November 8. Ard has served as the District 2 Alderman to the New Richmond City Council since 2012.

  • Jessica Moor crowned Syttende Mai Queen [ALBUM & VIDEO]

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Woodville’s 65th Annual Syttende Mai Celebration warmed hearts in spite of the chilly May temperatures.

  • Refurbished character drinking fountains back in service

    WOODVILLE, WI – The tired old lion drinking fountain and two others (another lion and hippo) in the Village were refurbished just in time for Woodville’s 65th Syttende Mai Celebration. Two of these fun fiberglass sculptures (the lions of course) were originally gifts to the Village from the Woodville Lions Club and were attractive magnets for the youngsters.

  • St Croix Valley Master Gardener Plant Sale scheduled

    HUDSON, WI – The St Croix Valley Master Gardeners (SCVMGA) are hosting their annual plant sale on Saturday, June 4 from 9am to 1pm. The sale will be held at the historic Octagon House, located at 1004 3rd St, on the corner of 3rd and Myrtle Streets in downtown Hudson.

  • Queen's Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Syttende Mai has arrived once again, which means there will be new, strong and beautiful girls representing our town in a few short days. It is amazing how one year can go by so fast! Ciara and I have had an amazing time representing our small, but beautiful town of Woodville.

  • Lions and Village proclaim, ‘Velkommen ‘til Woodville!’

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club and Village of Woodville once more say, “Velkommen ‘til Woodville!” for the 65th Annual Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration. It is the fun community get-together in honor of Woodville's Norwegian heritage.

  • Syttende Mai 65 is almost here!

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club and Village of Woodville once more say, “Velkommen ‘til Woodville!” for the big 65th Annual Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration—the always fun community get together in honor of our Norwegian heritage in Woodville, Wisconsin.

  • Last call for Syttende Mai Garage Sales listing!

    WOODVILLE, WI – This is the last call! Clean out the closets and make a little money by having a Syttende Mai Garage Sale on Friday, May 13, your lucky day!

  • Norwegian Walkers wanted for Syttende Mai Grande Parade

    WOODVILLE, WI - An invitation is extended to all who would like to walk in the 65th Annual Woodville Syttende Mai Parade on Saturday, May 14, 2016.  Traditional Scandinavian attire adds authenticity to the parade so you are encouraged to wear it if you have it. Otherwise red, white and black are very suitable. 

  • Woodville Historical Society 2nd Annual ‘Chairitage’ Project scheduled

    WOODVILLE, WI -- The Woodville Historical Society is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual “Chairitage” chair painting contest and auction taking place at Woodville’s 65th Annual Syttende Mai celebration on May 12-14, 2016.

  • Lyn Larson ‘retiring’ from Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI – Nutrition Program Manager Lyn Larson is not exactly retiring. She is simply moving on to another career. But that doesn’t make it any easier for the people at the Center – they will miss her, that’s for sure.

  • BWHS students 'dance through decades' at 2016 prom

    BALDWIN, WI – “Dancing through the Decades” Prom at Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS) was a night of excitement and fun.

  • Get your collectable 65th Syttende Mai button from incoming royalty

    WOODVILLE, WI – Woodville’s 65th Annual Syttende Mai Celebration is only weeks away, and if you don’t have your collectable button yet, or corresponding raffle ticket, there are three young Woodville ladies who can help you out.

  • Pictured (left to right) are baby Jace with mom Baily Koch, Grandpa Jeremy Johnson, Great Grandpa Doug Johnson and seated is Great Great Grandpa Adolph Johnson. Submitted photo

    SPRING VALLEY/WOODVILLE, WI – The Johnson family was recently blessed with the arrival of Jace in 2016.

  • 16th Annual Syttende Mai Mystery Car Cruise and Show is May 13

    WOODVILLE, WI – Mark your calendars now motor heads! The 2016 Woodville Syttende Mai Mystery Car Cruise and Show is on Friday, May 13, 2016.

  • WOODVILLE, WI - Are you up to the challenge? Get out your cameras and explore the streets of Woodville with family and friends; photograph yourself at historical sites, with notable people, and get involved in current activities in our fair town.

    You may compete individually or as a team and use the clues to photograph yourself or team members doing the activity or at the location indicated. Then email the pictures to the library as an attachment to woodpl@woodvillelibrary.org. 

  • BWACF makes largest donation to date to ‘Wellness is Our Future’ capital campaign

    BALDWIN, WI -- The Baldwin Woodville Area Community Foundation (BWACF) presented the Western Wisconsin Health Foundation a check for $25,000 toward the “Wellness is Our Future” capital campaign. 

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