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Thursday, July 19, 2018
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Thursday, July 19, 2018 12:05 AM

HUDSON, WI – Several local gals helped the Hudson Boosters - Raiders 14 U-B Fastpitch Blue team win 1st Place at the Tri-county State Qualifier Tournament.

  • Local gals help Hudson Raiders 14 U-B Blue team win 1st Place

    HUDSON, WI – Several local gals helped the Hudson Boosters - Raiders 14 U-B Fastpitch Blue team win 1st Place at the Tri-county State Qualifier Tournament.

  • MANITOWOC, WI — Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is proud to announce that the following Chippewa Falls cohort students in our area have earned their degrees.

    MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION DEGREES with Administrator Leadership:

    • Megan Lynn Challoner, Elmwood, Wisconsin
    • Zachary Robert Campbell, River Falls, Wisconsin
    • James Alan Day, Elk Mound, Wisconsin
  • [Campus News:] Area students receive degrees from UW-River Falls

    RIVER FALLS, WI – The following local residents were among 744 students to receive degrees from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in May.

  • EAU CLAIRE, WI - The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire awarded 1,292 degrees in May.

    Local Spring Valley students who received degrees and their fields of study are:

    • Claire Arneson, Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Science, physics and mathematics.
    • Andrea Blegen, Nursing and Health Sciences, Doctor of Nursing Practice, nursing.
    • Emily Boisen, Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Science, integrated strategic communication.
  • 2018 Small Town State Champions!

    BALDWIN-WOODVILLE, WI – On Friday, June 22, 2018 the Baldwin-Woodville Blackhawks 12U AAA Baseball team headed to Marshfield to play in the Wisconsin Small Town State Tournament. 

  • EAU CLAIRE, WI – Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) students received 282 scholarships totaling more than $158,000 recently when the CVTC Foundation hosted its annual Scholarship Awards Receptions. B-W graduate Evan Nadeau was among them.

    At the events, scholarship recipients were paired at tables with representatives from the families or organizations that generously donated the scholarship funds. Often donors create scholarship funds to memorialize a loved one, or support a cause, but it all comes down to making a difference in the lives of the recipients.

  • Play 60 Rewards Event

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Spring Valley Elementary School had three big winners at the Play 60 Rewards Event held in the Elementary Gymnasium on May 7, 2018.

  • EAU CLAIRE, WI - The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire awarded 1,292 degrees in May.

    Local Woodville-Baldwin students who received degrees and their fields of study are: Tiana Ferrick, Education and Human Sciences, Master of Science, communication sciences and disorders. Gerald Gerrits III, Nursing and Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, nursing. Amanda Myer, Education and Human Sciences, Bachelor of Science, special education, Bo Orton, Education and Human Sciences, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology.

  • Kindergarten class designs, makes and sells flowers for chicks

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Thank you to the businesses that supported the Johnson/Vetsch Kindergarten class with the selling of flowers, which the children designed and made during their dramatic playtime.

  • Summer Theater and Dance classes conclude with creative live performances

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The elementary Summer School students of Spring Valley concluded their 2018 Theater and Dance classes with creative live performances on stage at the Spring Valley Theatre last Friday, June 29 with nearly full house audiences of family and friends.

  • Caleb Heimer attends program at Shell Lake Arts Center

    SHELL LAKE, WI — Baldwin native Caleb Heimer participated in the Shell Lake Arts Center’s second week of Jazz Ensemble and Combo camp, taking place June 24-29, 2018. 

  • Barnett, Hackner and Berning selected for State Honors Music Project

    WAUNAKEE, WI – Some of Wisconsin’s finest young musicians have met up for what could be the most rewarding musical experience of their lifetime – Wisconsin School Music Association’s (WSMA) 2018 High School State Honors Music Project.

  • Super fifth grade Accelerated Readers recognized

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Congratulations and job well done to the following super fifth graders who earned 300 or more Accelerated Reader Points throughout the 2017-18 school year at Spring Valley Elementary School.

  • MADISON, WI – As Wisconsin graduates enter an exciting new phase of life, they should educate themselves about insurance as part of their financial game plan. Many students are covered on their parents' auto and health insurance policies while in school, and some possessions may even have been covered under parents' homeowner's policies. After graduation, however, young adults may lose this coverage.

    "This is an exciting time of year for Wisconsin's graduates," said Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner Ted Nickel.

  • MADISON, WI – University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross has announced that application fees will be waived, effective immediately and through Sept. 7, for students applying to any of the 13 two-year UW Colleges campuses for the upcoming fall 2018 term. This is when the largest volume of applications to the UW Colleges is usually submitted.

    “Waiving the application fee demonstrates our continued commitment to the access and affordability mission of these campuses,” said President Cross. “During the transitional period of our restructuring, we want to reassure prospective students that all campuses remain open and we encourage them to apply and enroll.”

  • Elmwood Middle/High School 4th Quarter – Honor Rolls

    ELMWOOD, WI – Here are the Elmwood Middle/High School 4th Quarter – Honor Rolls. A great way to finish the school year!

  • Honors celebrations held for Spring Valley Middle-High School

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – On Thursday, May 10, 2018, students, parents and administration celebrated the academic achievements of students at Spring Valley Middle-High School. 

  •  Baldwin youth help shooting team take first at state tournament

    BALDWIN, WI -- Siblings Gabrielle and Benjamin Affolter of Baldwin came back from the Scholastic Action Shooting Program State Tournament with gold medals, according to John Budnaitus of Eau Claire, head coach of their Scholastic Action Shooting Team.

    This is the fourth year in a row, he said, that the team sponsored by Colfax Sportsmen’s Club returned with medals from the Scholastic Action Shooting Program’s Wisconsin State Tournament.

  • B-W to receive $60,000 TEACH grant

    MADISON, WI – Governor Scott Walker visited the Mosinee School District has announced 252 school districts in Wisconsin were awarded $7.8 million in Technology for Educational Achievement (TEACH) Information Technology Infrastructure grants. Baldwin-Woodville will receive one for $60,000, the Elmwood School District will receive one for $22,744 and Spring Valley School District will be awarded a TEACH grant for $22,679.

  • Chase Lee is Pierce County Ag in the Classroom Essay Winner

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Chase Lee, a fourth-grade student from Spring Valley, is the Pierce County winner of the Agriculture in the Classroom essay contest. Chase is the son of Brandon Lee and Monica Zignego. Mrs. Stevens is his fourth-grade teacher at Spring Valley Elementary. 


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