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Friday, January 19, 2018
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SPRING VALLEY, WI - Some opponents are just too good to overcome; that was the case last Thursday as Mother Nature was able to beat both Spring Valley and Elk Mound and cause the game to be rescheduled to February 19th.

The Cardinals also suffered a loss to former D-SC rival St. Croix Central in their lone game of the week. The non-conference loss dropped the Cardinals to 4-7 overall, while keeping them at 1-3 in conference play.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - Some opponents are just too good to overcome; that was the case last Thursday as Mother Nature was able to beat both Spring Valley and Elk Mound and cause the game to be rescheduled to February 19th.

    The Cardinals also suffered a loss to former D-SC rival St. Croix Central in their lone game of the week. The non-conference loss dropped the Cardinals to 4-7 overall, while keeping them at 1-3 in conference play.

  • CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI - The wrestling season is hitting stride and many of the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestlers are beginning to take their experience and get some wins.

    The Cardinals had their best tournament showing of the season yet as they place fifth at the Chi Hi Invite here this past weekend.

  • Spring Valley/Elmwood 5th Grade Students Graduate D.A.R.E.

    ELMWOOD, WI – On Tuesday January 9, 2018 Elmwood Schools hosted a graduation ceremony for the Elmwood and Spring Valley 5th graders who have worked hard to graduate the D.A.R.E. program. The ceremony was led by Officer Steve Albarado who was filling in for Officer Chad Koranda. Officer Chad Koranda was not able to make it due to the recent birth of his twin daughters.

  • STEM, creativity hallmarks of new CVTC program

    RIVER FALLS, WI – Mahmood Lahroodi, the Mechanical Design instructor at Chippewa Valley Technical College’s (CVTC) River Falls campus, likes his small team.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - It wasn’t all a total loss for the Cardinal boys’ team in the last few weeks. While they lost two games last week, including a conference tilt, they did manage a nice win over Northwood at the Clayton Holiday Invite and have had some good variety in scoring on the team.

    Spring Valley 49, Northwood 40
    The final score was closer than the game was as Northwood managed to limit the Cardinals to just two points over the final 11 minutes of the game, and those came from the free throw line with just 2.2 seconds left in the game.

  • Enjoy a winter night!

    WOODVILLE, WI – Friday, February 2, 2018, is the night to enjoy the moon and stars while snowshoeing at B-W’s Giezendanner School Forest (2424 30th).

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – Coming out of the holiday break, the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team is still working hard for their first win of the season.

    Unfortunately, they faced the number three ranked and undefeated team in the state in Durand, and a team with a Division One basketball recruit in Stanley-Boyd last week. It was an uphill battle.

  • NEW RICHMOND, WI - New Richmond Invitational
    The Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team finished ninth of ten teams at the recent New Richmond Invitational meet here last week against some really tough competition.

    River Falls won the event with 257 points, followed closely by Clear Lake and Grand Rapids (MN) with 243.5 and 243 points each respectively. Somerset was fourth with 212, followed by Amery (168.5), Osceola (149), New Richmond (147.5), Spooner/Webster (147), SV/E (101) and Rice Lake (69).

  • Family came first for new CVTC Graduate

    EAU CLAIRE, WI – A change in her life circumstances and a generous offer from an employer allowed Kimberly Wood of Arkansaw, Wisconsin to get started on a new career. Now she’s ready to move up after graduating from Chippewa Valley Technical College’s Accounting program.

  • Tradition of learning, caring and sharing continues in Mrs. Schmoker’s classes

    WOODVILLE, WI – The 22-year tradition of learning, caring and sharing continued again this year in Mrs. Angela Schmoker’s Catering and Basic Life Skills classes at Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS).

  • Elmwood School students and others donate to Food Pantry
    ELMWOOD, WI – The Elmwood Student Council organized the annual food and toy drives again this year, starting before Thanksgiving, and succeeded in collecting and donating more food and toys than ever to the Elmwood Food Pantry!
  • Alice in Dairyland application period now open

    MADISON, WI – As one of the most widely recognized communications professionals in Wisconsin agriculture, Alice in Dairyland educates Wisconsin children and adults about the value, economic impact and future of the state’s $88 billion agricultural industry.

  • More celebrations of positive behavior at Greenfield Elementary

    BALDWIN, WI – On Friday December 15, 2017, the students of Greenfield Elementary School celebrated positive behavior with an all-school assembly.  This celebration consisted of many parts. 

  • Beautiful music played at the 2017 SVMHS Holiday Concert

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The beautiful music heard at the Spring Valley Middle and High School (SVMHS) on Monday, December 18, 2017, was the Annual Holiday Concert performed by the SVMHS students, directed by Debbie Bowman (choir) and Donna Schwartz (band).

  • The 2017 Spring Valley Elementary Holiday Concert was delightful!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The delightful fun filled music at the Spring Valley Elementary School on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, was the Annual Holiday Concert performed by the students of Spring Valley Elementary School directed by Debbie Bowman (choir) and Donna Schwartz (band).

  • Teaching of personal finance in K-12 gets a boost from Governor, Legislature

    MADISON, WI – When Governor Scott Walker signed Assembly Bill 280 on Nov. 30, more than 40 people crowded in behind him to be part of the official bill-signing photo.

  • Greenfields’s Thompson receives grant for ‘Ready for Rural Life!’

    MADISON, WI – The Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom program has awarded 13 teacher mini-grants for agricultural literacy lessons and activities.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - While the wins have been hard to come by for the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team, the effort has been there every step of the way in every game.

    Last week the Cardinals first win of the season continued to elude them as they fell in non-conference action to Independence High School, then suffered a tough loss to Mondovi in Dunn-St. Croix Conference action.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley boys’ basketball team may have just a 1-2 record in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference, but they have the potential to be right on top of the conference with one of the teams they lost to.

    Last week the Cardinals lost to Colfax on Tuesday and then beat Mondovi on Friday to see their record set at 1-2 in conference play and 3-4 overall. In three of their four losses, the Cardinals have been within striking distance of taking the lead within the last minute of the game, including the loss to Colfax last week.

  • Lt. Governor Kleefisch joins DFI to unveil ‘College & Career Readiness Guide’

    MADISON, WI – Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch joined Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) Secretary Jay Risch to unveil the College & Career Readiness Guide, a new resource designed to help Wisconsin’s K-12 students chart a course that will lead them to productive and rewarding careers as adults.

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