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Wednesday, February 20, 2019
  • Lions welcome District Gov. Furey, new Lion Andrew Timmerman

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held their regular meeting for February on Monday the 11th when they welcomed the District Governor and inducted a new member Andrew Timmerman into the club. And they also recognized four members for their longevity as Woodville Lions.

  • Sailer's Food Market & Meat Processing wins internationally recognized meat competition

    MADISON, WI – Sailer's Food Market & Meat Processing of Elmwood, Wisconsin, won international recognition for their meat products at the ‘Deutscher Fleischer-Verband - American Association of Meat Processors (DFV-AAMP) Quality Competition for Sausage and Ham’, held January 21-25, 2019 in Madison, Wisconsin The results from this competition are held in conjunction with the IFFA, the world’s largest meat industry trade fair. Sailer’s has qualified for the cup of honour for special achievements in this competition.

  • Fascinating Birds: Nuthatches

    WOODVILLE, WI – Our area is home to two endearing and agile little birds, the White-breasted Nuthatch and its smaller relative, the Red-breasted Nuthatch. Seeming to defy gravity they are sometimes called “upside-down birds” because they make their way down a tree head first. You might hear their nasal “yank-yank” call from high in the branches overhead.

  • Dealing with heavy snow loads on agricultural buildings

    MENOMONIE, WI – Due to the recent heavy snowfall there is reason to have concern over heavy snow loads on farm buildings.  There have been several reports of farm buildings collapsing in Western Wisconsin.  In addition, many have concerns for buildings that still have significant amounts of snow on them especially if more snow falls before the snow melts or slides off.

    
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  • Capacity-building initiatives at UW System campuses planned

    MADISON, WI – Capacity-building Initiatives at University of Wisconsin System campuses are critical to the UW System’s goals of enhancing student success, improving the state’s talent pipeline, and spurring innovation.

  • Cardinal girls’ hoops falls to Boyceville 45-37

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The weather hasn’t been kind for the Cardinals lately, they haven’t had the opportunity to play a whole lot of games, let alone get some practices in.

  • It’s Annual Snowball Week at B-W HS

    BALDWIN, WI – It’s the Annual Snowball Week Celebration at Baldwin-Woodville High School with the big “A Touch of Silver and Gold” Sadie Hawkins (the ladies ask) Snowball Dance happening Saturday night from 7 to 11 p.m. in formal attire!

OBITUARIES
  • Dolores Elaine Johnson

    Dolores Elaine Johnson, age 83 passed away February 10th at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center in Wabasha, MN.  She joyfully jumped into Jesus arms after a long journey of various challenges.

  • Scott Gossel

    Scott Gossel age 36 of Hersey, died tragically as a result of an auto accident February 2, 2019 in rural Baldwin. Scott was born on August 27, 1982 in Baldwin, the son of Timothy and Valerie (Gralow) Gossel.

  • Kenneth Wayne Weiske

    Kenneth Wayne Weiske was born May 5, 1940 in Fairmont, MN to Elmer and Emily (Crousore) Weiske. His life was well lived and he was well loved. The Lord called him home on February 5, 2019 at the age of 78.

COMMUNITY
  • WASHINGTON, D.C. – On February 14, 2019 at 12 p.m. EST, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will release the complete set of tables prepared for the upcoming USDA Agricultural Projections to 2028 report.

    The new tables will include projections for farm income, U.S. fruits, nuts, and vegetables supply and use, and global commodity trade. Tables containing long-term supply, use, and price projections to 2028 for major U.S. crops and livestock products as well as supporting U.S. and international macroeconomic assumptions were released on Nov. 2, 2018.

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