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Luke Baier, Elmwood, Elmwood High School is a Kohl Educational Foundation “Initiative Scholar.” Submitted photo
Luke Baier, Elmwood, Elmwood High School is a Kohl Educational Foundation “Initiative Scholar.” Submitted photo
Friday, April 20, 2018 12:01 AM

MILWAUKEE, WI — A luncheon to honor the achievements of north central and northwest Wisconsin students, teachers, and principals will be held Sunday, April 22, at Chippewa Falls Middle School in Chippewa Falls. Local recipients are Tina Fern-Denzer, Woodville, Luke Baier, Elmwood and Michaela Borup, Spring Valley. The event is sponsored by the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation.

  • Kohl to honor students, teachers at award luncheon

    MILWAUKEE, WI — A luncheon to honor the achievements of north central and northwest Wisconsin students, teachers, and principals will be held Sunday, April 22, at Chippewa Falls Middle School in Chippewa Falls. Local recipients are Tina Fern-Denzer, Woodville, Luke Baier, Elmwood and Michaela Borup, Spring Valley. The event is sponsored by the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation.

  • Woodville American Legion Spring Gun Raffle this Saturday

    WOODVILLE, WI – Mark your calendars for this Saturday, April 21, 2018, for the Woodville American Legion Post 301 Spring Gun Raffle starting at 4:30 p.m. 

    The evening will feature a delicious roasted hog dinner served by the Auxiliary Unit 301, along with the area's premier raffle featuring a lineup of guns, knives, and a crossbow by Mathews, Marlin, Kimber, Ruger, Henry, Browning, DPMS, Mathews, Knives of Alaska, Buck Knife, Gerber, Ka-Bar, and Rapala.
  • Helgeson retires after 40 years of service

    WOODVILLE, WI – After 40 “great” years of working at Park View Home in Woodville, Wisconsin Janis Helgeson has retired and Park View threw a nice retirement party for her.

  • Woodville Library Happenings – Spring 2018

    WOODVILLE, WI – Congratulations to Charles Smith who is our most recent pre-school child to complete a 1000 Books Before Kindergarten.  If you would like more information on this Wisconsin Department of Education initiative on early literacy stop in or call the library. You can enroll your pre-school child in the program at any time. 

  • Woodville Easter event draws crowd despite Egg Hunt cancellation

    WOODVILLE, WI – April Fool’s Day came a day early last Saturday, March 31 with several inches of snow as the joke. The poor Easter Bunny had to put on his snowshoes to get into Woodville for the annual Easter Egg Hunt. And given the weather, the egg hunt was cancelled for 2018. But plenty of fun was had by all who came to the expansive United Fire and Rescue – Woodville Station that was warm and offered lots of activities for the area kids to enjoy.

  • Preliminary results – 2018 Spring Election

    State Supreme Court (10-year term)
    All precincts reporting

    Rebecca Dallet: 555,786 (56%)
    Michael Screnock: 440,566 (44%)

    Referendums

    Statewide

    Elimination of the office of state treasurer (all precincts reporting)
    No: 585,494 (62%)
    Yes: 361,974 (38%)

  • Woodville resident wins $500 from local bank

    HUDSON, WI – Citizens State Bank’s (CSB) first Mastercard® campaign winner was announced as Bill Schultz of Woodville, WI.

    Use your Citizens State Bank Mastercard® debit card between 11/7/2017 and 5/4/2018, and you could be surprised with an incredible getaway or statement credit.
  • Woodville’s Art Jacobson celebrates 90th birthday

    WOODVILLE, WI – Woodville’s Art Jacobson celebrated with a big crowd of his family, friends and neighbors being 90 years young on Sunday, March 18. The celebration took place at the Woodville American Legion Post 301where Art has been a member in good standing for decades.

  • VMS hit Music Man, Jr. features ‘76 trombones’ and more [VIDEO]

    BALDWIN, WI – Viking Middle School (VMS) led by the inspired genius of music teachers Chandra Lamb and Eric Becker directed the musical with assistant director Ms. Kirsten Hansin along with a cast of 120 talented 6th-8th grade students created music and dance magic in River City, Iowa.

  • Woodville Senior Center to host Easter music

    WOODVILLE, WI – Come to the Woodville Senior Center and prepare for Easter! 

    During our noon meal on Thursday, March 29, Vanessa Huftel joins us to sing traditional hymns and familiar songs that you will be sure to enjoy.
  • Schachtner visits OEM in Woodville

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Friday, March 9, 2018, OEM Fabricators, Inc. hosted newly elected State District 10 Senator Patty Schachtner for an hour and a half tour of our Woodville facility and a discussion of issues important to OEM and its’ Leadership Team Members.

  • Seuss Night at Greenfield Elementary is great success

    BALDWIN, WI – On March 7, Greenfield was getting full of Seuss Spirit. To celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday, students read with the principals, ate a Seuss-inspired lunch and had some wacky “Seussical” dress up days.

  • Local family in need of support after surgery

    WOODVILLE, WI – As a Woodville Lion I always respected and enjoyed working with former Lion Craig Willert, the owner of Woodville’s successful CW Garage Door Distribution, Inc. Willert called me a few weeks ago to inquire if the Woodville Leader would be interested in doing an article about the medical plight of Theresa Hinrichs the wife of Keith Hinrichs one of his key employees.

  • iMARK Molding wins Manufacturer of the Year Award

    MILWAUKEE, WI - iMARK Molding, Inc. of Woodville, Wisconsin is one of seven Wisconsin companies awarded a prestigious Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC).

  • B-W grad is college bowling champion

    FREEPORT, IL – Baldwin-Woodville High School graduate and former Woodville Syttende Mai Queen Kayla Rimer helped her Viterbo University (La Crosse, Wisconsin) Women's Bowling team take home its first Great Lakes Bowling Conference Postseason Championship on Sunday, February 11, 2018.

  • Start painting now for Chairitage Challenge

    WOODVILLE, WI – Showcase your creative talents and design a chair for the Woodville Historical Society’s Chairitage Fundraiser during this year’s 67th Annual Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration. Chairs may be painted, decoupaged or enhanced by other methods and be entered into the contest.  

  • Another success for annual Wildwood Poker Run

    WOODVILLE, WI – “Our 16th annual poker run in memory of Josh & Nikki was another success! We put on a total of 111 miles on sleds from start to finish, making it to all 15 stops!” said Jason Lynum, organizer of the Annual Wildwood Poker Run.

  • Woodville Lions awarded by District Governor

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club welcomed State District 27 E2 Governor Bradly Barth to their regular monthly meeting on Monday, February 12, 2018 held at the Woodville American Legion Post 301.

  • Annual Super Bowl Breakfast serves over 400

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions are grateful for a fantastic turnout for their 35th Annual Super Bowl Breakfast last Sunday, February 4, 2018 and say, “Thank you!” to the community for their continued support of this fundraiser.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI — It was an honor to represent Woodville at what is definitely the coolest celebration on Earth! I would have to say St. Paul Winter Carnival was a blast. I was the only one from the Syttende Mai Court able to make it.

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