An image.
weather sponsored by
Monday, December 18, 2017
Sunday, December 17, 2017 12:05 AM

WISCONSIN DELLS, WI - In their second week of competition, the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team made significant strides towards improving.

The Cardinals entered the Dells Duals in Pool E with Lomira, Adams-Friendship, Whitnall and New Lisbon, as well as the opportunity to wrestle Iowa Grant/Highland.

  • WISCONSIN DELLS, WI - In their second week of competition, the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team made significant strides towards improving.

    The Cardinals entered the Dells Duals in Pool E with Lomira, Adams-Friendship, Whitnall and New Lisbon, as well as the opportunity to wrestle Iowa Grant/Highland.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The week started well enough for the boys’ basketball team last week, and despite playing well in the next two games dropped both by just a single basket.

    Spring Valley 65, Alma/Pepin 34
    The Cardinals opened up with a big first half, jumping out to a 30-17 halftime lead and never really looking back.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The development and improvement is there for the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team, according to Head Coach Sean Hoolihan.

    “We are seeing the improvements we need to see, we have the effort,” he said. “We need to see it from the beginning of the game to the end of the game, for 36 minutes, not 28.”

  • Greenfield Elementary School Artists win Sheriff’s Stop Drug Poster Contest

    BALDWIN, WI – Congratulations to Olivia Link (4th grade) and Kyleigh Lindner (5th Grade) for being selected as one of the ten winners from each grade level for the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office Substance Abuse Program Poster Contest. 

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The improvement is coming from game to game for the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team, even if the wins aren’t coming yet.

    “I am proud of the improvements the team is making,” said Head Coach Sean Hoolihan following the Cardinals’ 44-37 loss to Ellsworth last week.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – What an up-and-down week for the Spring Valley boys’ basketball team in their first week of play.

    Valley opened the season on the road with a big win over Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran on Tuesday, then got a reality check from a very good Clear Lake team on Thursday.

  • Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom announces essay topic, Book of the Year

    KNAPP, WI – St Croix and Pierce County Farm Bureau announces the topic for the 2018 essay contest, “Inventions that have made agriculture great.”

  • Prairie at VMS is ready for spring

    WOODVILLE, WI – Thanks to a grant from the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin’s Teachers’ Outdoor Environmental Education Fund and additional funding from the Botany Belles and Beaus Garden Club, the prairie restoration project at Viking Middle School is expanding by ¾ of an acre. 

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The growing pains continue for the young Spring Valley girls’ basketball team.

    Head Coach Sean Hoolihan is still sorting through his bench to figure out who works best with who on the floor consistently.

    “We have some players that do some things well, but we need to get consistent play,” the Coach said. “We also need to get a sense of urgency defensively.”

  • Elmwood Middle/High School 1st Quarter – “A Honor Roll”

    Simon Brown, Hannah Feuker, & Brendon Geraets

    Alyssa Peterson, Rowan Rupakus, Sophia Tiffany, & Alexia Waltz

  • Leach signs National Letter of Intent with Marquette University

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It isn’t every day that a student in a small school signs a letter of intent to play a college sport at the division one level, very rare in fact.

  • Best year yet for B-W Art Club ‘Doe on the Go’ Art and Craft Fair

    BALDWIN, WI – This was the 8th year for the B-W Art Club’s Annual ‘Doe on the Go’ Art and Craft Fair. According to Shannon Kamm, Art Instructor, Baldwin-Woodville High School whose brainchild it was to put on this amazing fund-raising event for the B-W Art Club.

  • PEPIN, WI – The girls’ basketball season is underway, and unfortunately for the Cardinals, it started with a loss. Pepin/Alma came out of the back-and-forth game with the win that was closer than the final score showed.

    The two teams battled evenly throughout the game, each taking a little run to get a few points up on the other, and vice versa. In the end, the Cardinals struggles at the free throw line and the Eagles making their shots from the stripe more consistently was the difference.

  • Boys’ hoops program looking to keep building up

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Last year the Cardinal boys’ basketball program had the beginning of a resurgence due to some good senior leadership.

  • Superintendent’s Corner November 2017

    A topic that I have always found interesting is the human brain, in particular the adolescent brain. Just when we think we have something figured out, we learn something new. 

  • Cardinal girls’ hoops looking for newcomers to step up

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Sean Hoolihan enters his second season at the helm of the girls’ varsity program looking for inexperienced players to get experience fast, and they will.

  • Halloween PBIS at Greenfield
    BALDWIN, WI – Students at Greenfield Elementary School celebrated Halloween with a costume parade and visit from local police.
  • The battle continues

    WOODVILLE, WI – Most of the leaves have fallen from the trees in the area, but as you drive local roads many of them are lined with a shrub/tree that still has its green leaves. In all probability that shrub is invasive common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica). 

  • Culver's Family Night for Greenfield Elementary an overwhelming success!

    BALDWIN, WI – Thanks to all those that made it out to Culver's of Baldwin on October 17, 2017, for the Culver's Family Night for Greenfield Elementary!  There was overwhelming support and were shown once again what an amazing community this is! 

  • Larson, Fesenmaier lead contingent of seven Cardinals on All-Conference teams

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - For a team that was picked to finish fifth place in the conference, the Spring Valley football team placed seven players on the various All-Conference teams after finishing in second place.


Search sponsored by

Winter Conditions

What conditions do you think we’ll have this winter?


Reader poll sponsored by:

Gateway Publishing & Best Press Printing |W2855 730th Avenue | Spring Valley WI | Call us at 715.778.4990

Copyright 2017 Gateway Publishing All rights reserved