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BALDWIN, WI -- Snoball week at Baldwin-Woodville High School is now here.

  • Snoball week at Baldwin-Woodville High School is here

    BALDWIN, WI -- Snoball week at Baldwin-Woodville High School is now here.

  • Fourth Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament Event draws large crowds

    BALDWIN, WI – One hundred and fifty-four athletes, 34 coaches and over 100 volunteers came together on Sunday afternoon, January 31, 2016 for the Fourth Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament held at Baldwin-Woodville High School and Greenfield Elementary in Baldwin.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Hello Woodville! Last weekend, January 28-31, 2016, I attended the St. Paul Winter Carnival, and I can tell you that this was one of the best experiences of my life.

  • Woodville Lions serving up ‘Super’ breakfast this Sunday

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club will be hosting their 33rd Annual Super Bowl Breakfast this Sunday at the Lions Den in the Woodville Community Center on Main Street from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.

  • 2015 Woodville Year in Review (Part IV)

    WOODVILLE, WI – As we have written for the last three weeks, 2015 was another interesting year in our community. The Woodville Leader and the award-winning MyGatewayNews.com were the places to turn to witness all the happenings in our area.

  • Baldwin man killed in workplace accident in Woodville

    WOODVILLE, WI – Brian Dennis Omann, age 41 was pronounced dead on Friday, January 22 following a workplace accident in Woodville.

  • Woodville’s St. Croix Castings is 2015 Small Business of the Year

    HUDSON, WI - Chuck Jerrick, 2015-16 president of St. Croix Economic Development Corporation (EDC), announced the EDC’s selection of St. Croix Castings, Inc. (Village of Woodville), Sixty-Five Vines, LLC (Town of Kinnickinnic), and Phillips-Medisize Corporation (City of Hudson and City of New Richmond) as recipients of the 2015 Business of the Year awards in St. Croix County, Wisconsin. The EDC board of directors also named attorney Thomas R. Schumacher as the recipient of the 2015 EDC Directors Award.

  • 2015 Woodville Year in Review (Part III)

    WOODVILLE, WI – As we have written for the last two weeks, 2015 was another interesting year in our community. The Woodville Leader and the award-winning MyGatewayNews.com were the places to turn to witness all the happenings in our area. Now that we have crossed the time divide into 2016, let’s reflect on 2015 again this week before it completely fades into the past.

  • 2015 Woodville Year in Review (Part II)

    WOODVILLE, WI – As we said last week, 2015 was another interesting year in our community, and the Woodville Leader and the award-winning MyGatewayNews.com was the place to turn to witness all the happenings in our area. Now that we have crossed the time divide into 2016, let’s reflect on 2015 again this week before it completely fades into the past.

  • Students learn lessons in ‘giving back’

    BALDWIN, WI – When it comes to giving back to their community, the students at Baldwin-Woodville High School are doing their part and more.

  • Winter happenings at Woodville Public Library

    WOODVILLE, WI -- During the month of January, the library will be sponsoring a snow sculpture contest. Get creative, enlist the help of your friends and family and build the best snow man, or let your imagination go wild to create anything out of snow. Submit a photo of your entry to the library either by dropping it off or sending it via email to the library. The library’s email address is woodpl@woodvillelibrary.org.

  • 2015 Woodville Year in Review (Part I)

    WOODVILLE, WI – 2015 was another interesting year in our community, and the Woodville Leader and the award-winning MyGatewayNews.com was the place to turn to witness all the happenings in our area. Now that we have crossed the time divide into 2016, let’s reflect on 2015 before it completely fades into the past.

  • Zion's ‘Birth of a King’ Christmas Concert is joyous praise of season [VIDEO]

    WOODVILLE, WI – “The Birth of a King” Christmas Concert on Sunday afternoon, December 13, 2015 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 busy with service and fellowship in December

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club has had a busy December 2015 so far as they continue their International Lions Club mission: “To Serve.”

  • Annual CSB Holiday Customer Appreciation event puts Woodville in Christmas mood [VIDEO]

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Citizens State Bank (CSB), Woodville Branch held its annual Holiday Customer Appreciation Event last Friday, December 11, 2015. There were plenty of treats and coffee for the bank customers who stopped by the Woodville branch.

  • Santa opens workshop for great day in Woodville

    WOODVILLE, WI – Santa arrived at his Workshop in Woodville again last Saturday, December 12, 2015 where he and Mrs. Claus entertained approximately 350 parents and happy children for the annual three-hour visit to the Village before Christmas.

  • Union Pacific Railroad conducts local crossing Safety Train ride

    WOODVILLE-BALDWIN, WI – The Union Pacific (UP) Railroad had two engines on their East/West rail line for a Safety Train ride from just east of Woodville to just west of Roberts for local law enforcement officers and the press last Friday, December 4.

  • National Pie Day celebrated at Greenfield Elementary School

    BALDWIN, WI – Greenfield Elementary School celebrated National Pie Day by having one student from each grade level throw a cream pie into Mr. J.R. Dachel's face. Six grades, six pies; Mr. Dachel sure knows how to celebrate a good thing!

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI - Greetings Woodville! Last Saturday, December 5, Ciara and I participated in three different events that included the Family Resource Center’s Holiday Shopping Spree, Baldwin’s Horse Parade, and the Woodville Lions Club Christmas Party.

  • Beloved Woodville barber Vern Lund forced to retire

    WOODVILLE, WI – Beloved Woodville barber Vern Lund told his family last Saturday, November 28, “It’s time; the doctors say I can’t do it anymore.”

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