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Saturday, April 25, 2015
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WOODVILLE, WI - Are you up to the challenge?  Get out your cameras and explore the streets of Woodville with family and friends and photograph yourself at historical sites, with notable people, and 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 Woodville Public Library as an attachment to woodpl@woodvillelibrary.org. 

  • WOODVILLE, WI - Are you up to the challenge?  Get out your cameras and explore the streets of Woodville with family and friends and photograph yourself at historical sites, with notable people, and 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 Woodville Public Library as an attachment to woodpl@woodvillelibrary.org. 

     
  • American Pickers to film in Baldwin-Woodville

    BALDWIN-WOODVILLE, WI - Baldwin-Woodville is excited to welcome Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and Antique Archeology to the area. The team will film episodes of their hit series American Pickers throughout Wisconsin. Filming will begin next month.

     
  • BALDWIN, WI - Baldwin-Woodville High School will host the 2015 Junior Class Prom on April 25, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school’s south gym.

    This year’s theme is “All that Sparkles,” an eclectic mix of glitz, glamour, and fun. Highlights include a beautifully decorated gym complete with ostrich plumes, a gorgeous chandelier by Linda Booth, and lots of glitter, a beverage bar manned by BWHS’ finest servers, treats by Catering and Pastry Wars, photos by Suzi, music by Triple J productions, and a photo booth by JR.

     
  • Syttende Mai plans completed at April Lions meeting

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club completed plans for Woodville’s 64th Annual Syttende Mai Celebration at its April 13, 2015 meeting at the Lion’s Den.

     
  • Citizens State Bank welcomes new employees

    HUDSON, WI - Citizens State Bank (CSB) is pleased to welcome Joe Fisher and Mitch Lewis to their team.  Joe is a Vice President of Commercial Lending and will be working out of the Hudson branch, and Mitch is a Credit Analyst providing credit analysis support to the Bank’s commercial lending activities.

     
  • OEM promotes Abby Klatt to Human Resources Director

    WOODVILLE, WI - OEM Fabricators, Inc. has named Abby Klatt of Hudson to the role of Human Resources Director and a member of the firm’s leadership team. 

     
  • Easter Bunny, Volunteer League put out thousands of eggs for annual hunt

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Easter Bunny and the St. Croix Volunteer League once again put out thousands of brightly colored plastic Easter Eggs for their Annual Woodville Easter Egg Hunt last Saturday, April 4, 2015. After the well-attended egg hunt everyone came into the spacious new Woodville Fire Hall for lots of fun activities that included coloring, face painting by the Syttende Mai Royalty and Candidates and games to play with plenty of prizes for everyone. There were pictures to be taken with the Easter Bunny (Suzie Helgeson) and lots of good treats to eat too.

     
  • State of Wisconsin Judicial
    Justice of the Supreme Court
    Reelected – Ann W. Bradley
    Defeating Rock County Circuit Court Judge James Daley

    Court of Appeals Judge, Dist. 3
    Wausau attorney Mark Seidl carried 58% of the vote over Eau Claire County Circuit Judge Kristina Bourget.

     
  • MILWAUKEE, WI - The selection committee for the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Scholarship and Fellowship Program has announced recipients of the 2015 Herb Kohl Foundation awards for students and teachers.  The $3,000.00 awards are being made to 101 teachers, their schools, and 163 graduating high school students. 

     
  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE WI - Hello Woodville! It's been a long time since I've had the pleasure to share our royalty lives with you.

     
  • Meet the Candidates – 2015 Baldwin-Woodville Spring Elections

    BALDWIN/WOODVILLE, WI - In 2011 and 2013, the Sun-Argus and Woodville Leader ran a series of articles called, "Meet the Candidates." Due to the positive responses from our readers, we are repeating the same format we used previously. All candidates running for village/township boards and school boards were given a chance to respond to a series of questions. If the candidates did not respond by March 25, 2015, we were unable to include their answers in this article. We did not interview board candidates who were running unopposed. Pictures of the candidates were included as space allowed. Not all candidates submitted pictures.

     
  • Woodville Lions present Membership Chevron to Mike O’Connell [ALBUM]

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club presented Lion Mike O’Connell with his 15 Year Membership Chevron along with a letter of gratitude and acknowledgement for his service to the Woodville and International Lions Club.

     
  • WITC business students qualify at State; prepare for Nationals

    NEW RICHMOND, WI – WITC-New Richmond business students again landed in the top rankings of state competition with six first place awards, five second place awards, and additional awards in third, fourth and fifth place. In addition two of the students were elected to state officer positions. The group hopes to travel to Anaheim, Calif., in April to compete nationally. 

     
  • ‘Lexsi Day at Culver’s’ raises funds for Greenfield playground

    BALDWIN, WI – The community turned out by the hundreds for “Lexsi Day at Culver’s” in Baldwin on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 when 50 percent of the sales for the day were donated in memory of Baldwin-Woodville student Alexsis (Lexsi) Albrightson.

     
  • Fairmount tells their story at Shrine gathering

    WOODVILLE, WI - There is often more to something than meets the eye. That was evident when the people from Fairmount Minerals, the sand company from Maiden Rock and Bay City were invited to speak at the St. Croix Valley Shrine Clubs annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner in Woodville on March 13.

     
  • Woodville Lions discuss Syttende Mai Celebration at March meeting

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 9, 2015 at the Lions’ Den in the Woodville Community Center. There was a full agenda for the meeting that included the ongoing discussion of details for the 64th Annual 2015 Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration.

     
  • OEM's Mark Tyler is featured speaker at St. Croix EDC 2014 Business of the Year banquet

    NEW RICHMOND, WI -- S. Mark Tyler, founder and president of OEM Fabricators, Inc. in Woodville, was the featured speaker Thursday, February 26, 2015, at St. Croix EDC’s 2014 Business of the Year banquet at R&D Catering in New Richmond. Tyler spoke about workforce development in the region and the importance of considering population demographics from birth to retirement. Businesses are struggling to find qualified employees, said Tyler. “Every imaginable short-term solution is being tried, and so far it’s not solving the problem. It’s time to stop looking short-term and solve these problems once and for all.” Tyler underscored the critical need to invest in the future workforce today.

     
  • Gateway News is four-time WNA award winner in 2014 Better Newspaper Contest

    WAUKESHA, WI – The Wisconsin Newspaper Association (WNA) Foundation presented the 2014 Better Newspaper Contest (BNC) awards to winning members during a ceremony at the group's 161st annual convention Friday, February 27, 2015, at the Milwaukee Marriott West in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

     
  • Area school districts discuss negative impact of Gov. Walker’s budget proposal

    HUDSON, WI – Eight area school districts held a joint meeting of Superintendents and Financial Officers on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 with representatives of the local media to discuss their deep concerns about the negative impact of Governor Walker’s Biennial Budget proposal.

     
  • Community fills Zion Lutheran to support family of Alexsis Albrightson and say ‘Goodbye’ [ALBUM]

    WOODVILLE, WI – The funeral for Alexsis Dorthea Albrightson was held on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at Zion Lutheran Church in Woodville, Wisconsin where she was baptized, confirmed, taught Sunday School and had been so very involved all of her life.

     

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