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Lynn Huiskamp, National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, teaching yoga teen resilience. Submitted photo
Lynn Huiskamp, National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, teaching yoga teen resilience. Submitted photo
Friday, February 15, 2019 12:01 AM

BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) Foundation is proud to share its one-year anniversary of the new teen resiliency program for students at the Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS).

  • Teen resilience programming offered by Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) Foundation is proud to share its one-year anniversary of the new teen resiliency program for students at the Baldwin-Woodville High School (BWHS).

  • St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office reports 1st fatality of 2019

    TOWN OF BALDWIN, WI – On Saturday February 2, 2019, at 12:20 a.m., the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office responded to a one-vehicle crash on USH 12 at Bridge Ave, in the Town of Baldwin.

  • Dash to Disney Challenge stepping into week 4

    BALDWIN, WI – The Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) 2019 Dash to Disney (D2D) Challenge is entering Week 4 of the 8-week community walking challenge. Alexis Warzon collects the weekly step totals from the “Disney Dashers.”

  • Podiatry at Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is pleased to announce that Dr. Desiree Scholl, an experienced Podiatrist, has joined the specialty healthcare team. She began seeing patients on January 14, 2019.

  • Spring Valley Food Pantry has new look

    BALDWIN, WI – The Spring Valley Community Food Pantry has made some changes to make it feel a little more welcoming.  A change in the layout of the pantry last fall made the shopping area bigger and helps give it the feel of a grocery store. 

  • Western Wisconsin Health is Dashing to Disney – again!

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) held its 2nd Annual Dash to Disney kick-off/registration event on Monday, January 7, 2019 to start this year’s family-friendly 8-week community walking challenge. Nearly 500 people attended the event and a total of 619 participants registered for the challenge!

  • 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.

  • Western Wisconsin Health welcomes back Katie Carstens, PA-C

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is pleased to announce that Katie Carstens has returned to the healthcare team at WW Health as a Family Practice Physician Assistant. She began seeing patients on December 5, 2018.

  • Hundred-year-old Baldwin native Eugene Nordby saluted by Packers

    GREEN BAY, WI – The Green Bay Packers and WPS Health Solutions paid a special ‘100 Seasons’ tribute to 100-year-old World War II veteran Eugene Nordby and his family during Sunday’s Packers-Lions game for ‘Operation Fan Mail.’ The tribute took place at Lambeau Field home field of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

  • You’re invited to participate in return of Dash to Disney at Western Wisconsin Health!

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is excited to announce the return of “Dash to Disney,” a community wellness challenge and you are invited to participate in it.

  • Selena Freimark named Health and Well Being Educator

    BALDWIN, WI – Selena Freimark has joined UW Cooperative Extension in St. Croix County as its new Health and Well Being Educator. Freimark will work out of the Extension office in the Baldwin Agricultural Service and Education Center, and provide programming related to health promotion for families and community throughout the county.

  • Baldwin man charged with wire and mail fraud

    MADISON, WI – A federal grand jury in the Western District of Wisconsin, sitting in Madison, returned the three indictments on Wednesday, November 28, 2018.  You are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. One of the indictments returned was for a man from Baldwin, Wisconsin.

  • First Bank of Baldwin earns Excellence in Financial Education award

    BALDWIN, WI – The staff of First Bank of Baldwin earned recognition recently for their outstanding financial education efforts with an award from the Wisconsin Bankers Foundation (WBF).  Ryma Lindquist and Lisa Lyon accepted a Bankers Promoting Financial Literacy Award for contributing their time and talent to the community.

  • Local music educators chosen to address state conference

    WOODVILLE, WI – Baldwin-Woodville Middle School music educators Mr. Eric Becker and Mrs. Chandra Lamb, teachers at Viking Middle School in Woodville, Wisconsin were guest presenters at the Wisconsin Music Educators Association (WMEA) Conference in October in Madison, WI.

  • ‘Top Secret Project’ reveals many secrets

    BALDWIN, WI – “The Top Secret Project” came to Baldwin-Woodville High School for parents and those working with young people to help them learn what they need to know about drugs and alcohol. This free well-attended community event was co-sponsored by the Baldwin-Woodville School District and Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health).

  • Viking Middle School receives generous donation for Backpack Program

    WOODVILLE, WI – The St. Croix County American Legion recently made a very generous donation to the Backpack Program at Viking Middle School (VMS), in the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District.

  • Women’s Wellness Expo is fun, informative evening at WW Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) held its annual women’s health event on Thursday, October 25 with over 100 participants. This year’s Women’s Wellness Expo focused on general women’s health and included a variety of activities. Guests were able to obtain information about our providers, services and care partners, shop with many unique local vendors, enjoy complimentary healthy local refreshments from The Eatery at WW Health and receive giveaways.

  • New providers at Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is pleased to announce that we have several new providers that have joined our healthcare team. 

  • Don’t Miss 'Once Upon a Mattress!'

    BALDWIN, WI – Get ready to be transported into your favorite fairy tale, albeit a bit fractured!  The B-WHS Drama Department cast and crews have been hard at work and are eager to present their version of “Once Upon a Mattress” next weekend!

  • School districts receive certified general aid figures

    MADISON, WI – As required by state statute on or by Oct. 15 of each year, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has provided the certified amount each public school district will receive from the $4.656 billion appropriated for general state aid for the 2018-19 school year. This amounts to a $72.75 million (1.6 percent) increase in state general aids compared to last year.

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