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Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Representative Stafsholt sworn in for second term

    NEW RICHMOND, WI – Representative Rob Stafsholt (R - New Richmond) was sworn in on Tuesday, January 8, 2019, to serve his second term as the Representative for Wisconsin’s 29th Assembly District, which represents eastern St. Croix County and western Dunn County.

  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part III)

    WOODVILLE, WI – What a year 2018 was. It has ended and at the Woodville Leader/Gateway News we continue to look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year.

  • First baby of 2019 born at WW Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health is excited to announce that the first baby of 2019 has been born! Precious Mila Jean De La Rosa was born on January 2, 2019 at 9:37 a.m. Mila weighed 7 lb. 6.9 oz. and measured 20 inches long. Parents, Caitlin and Danny De La Rosa of Baldwin, WI, welcomed their adorable baby girl with strength, perseverance, and incredible teamwork on that snowy January morning.

  • Woodville Police Department, DCI, and ATF investigate Cubby Hole fire as arson

    WOODVILLE, WI – On December 29, 2018, at approximately 2:00 AM, a Woodville Police Department officer discovered smoke coming from a commercial building located at 105 River St. in the Village of Woodville. The commercial building contained a hair salon, a former dance studio, and a former tavern known as The Cubby Hole.  Firefighters from the United Fire & Rescue District responded from the Woodville and Baldwin stations and began efforts to enter the building to extinguish the fire.  The fire was extinguished after significant damage occurred to the interior of the building.

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  • Secretary Perdue statement on extension of Market Facilitation Program deadline

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today extended the deadline for agricultural producers to apply for payments under the Market Facilitation Program as provided by the trade mitigation program administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

  • MOSES Organic Farming Conference includes new exhibitors, fresh farming ideas

    LA CROSSE, WI – The 30th Annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference—the country’s largest conference about organic and sustainable agriculture—takes place Feb. 21-23, 2019, in La Crosse, Wis. The event brings together farmers and ag professionals in every aspect of organic and sustainable production, from small to large scale.

  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part II)

    WOODVILLE, WI – 2018 has ended and at the Woodville Leader/Gateway News we continue to look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year. What a year 2018 was.

    Locally in Woodville and the surrounding community there was also much that occurred in 2018 and the Woodville Leader was honored to inform you about it.

  • Wrestling team keeps chugging along, wins GC dual

    NEW RICHMOND, WI – It’s been a busy few weeks for the Cardinal wrestlers where there have been some challenges and successes.

    The Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team competed at the Northern Badger Wrestling Tournament in River Falls in late December, won their first dual match of the conference season last week and had a fair showing in another tournament in New Richmond this past weekend.

  • Cardinal girls hoops notch first win of season

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - There have been some close games so far this season, and then there have been some that showed the potential of the team that ended up not-so-close. The Spring Valley girls’ basketball team finally put it all together last week in a return to action for a 55-50 win over Elmwood-Plum City to start the new year off right.

  • Cardinal boys top Mounders, still undefeated in Conference play

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The holiday break wasn’t as kind to the Cardinals, but the return to the regular season (and more importantly the conference schedule) has been better.

    Valley lost a pair of games over the break to Cuba City and Richland Center in Cuba City, which is home to the winningest basketball coach in the state, but rebounded with a hard-fought win over Elk Mound to remain unbeaten in conference play last week.

  • Eugene Ruenger

    Eugene “Gene” W. Ruenger, age 100, of Woodville, Wisconsin, died December 24, 2018, surrounded by those he loved and who loved him. 

  • Marilyn Bol

    Marilyn Ilene Bol, age 86 of Woodville, WI, passed away January 3, 2019 at United Hospital in St. Paul. 

  • Barry Schafhauser

    Barry I. Schafhauser, age 85, of Menomonie died Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at Neighbors of Dunn County in Menomonie.

  • Fascinating Birds: Black-capped Chickadees

    WOODVILLE, WI – Everyone in Wisconsin probably knows this perky little bird, the black-capped chickadee, a year-round resident who says his name “chick-a-dee-dee”.

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