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Thursday, November 15, 2018
Sam Ruiz and Staff Sgt. Kim Rauch at the SV Community Center prior to heading out on the 12th Annual Veterans Day Road March. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
Sam Ruiz and Staff Sgt. Kim Rauch at the SV Community Center prior to heading out on the 12th Annual Veterans Day Road March. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
Thursday, November 15, 2018 12:01 AM

SPRING VALLEY, WI – Snowy ground and chilly weather didn’t impede the mission or the tradition of the hearty twenty plus walkers that assembled at the Spring Valley Community Center for the 12th Annual Veterans Day Road March last Sunday, November 11, 2018 beginning at 9:00 a.m. It was a chilly blustery fall (more like winter) morning again this year. But that only served to strengthen the resolve of the marchers to honor those who have served our country by walking the 7.1 miles along the traditional route on the Veterans Memorial State Highway 29.

  • Unofficial November 6, 2018 General Election results

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Here are the Unofficial November 6, 2018 General Election results for local, state and United States representatives of our readership area (i indicates incumbent), results for major party candidates only:

    Pierce County Wisconsin – Sheriff: Nancy Hove (i)– 14,809, Oake (write-in) – 112. PC Clerk: Kerry Feuerhelm (i) – 9,719, Megan Erwin – 7,673.

  • Veterans Day tradition continues with 12th Annual Road March

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Snowy ground and chilly weather didn’t impede the mission or the tradition of the hearty twenty plus walkers that assembled at the Spring Valley Community Center for the 12th Annual Veterans Day Road March last Sunday, November 11, 2018 beginning at 9:00 a.m. It was a chilly blustery fall (more like winter) morning again this year. But that only served to strengthen the resolve of the marchers to honor those who have served our country by walking the 7.1 miles along the traditional route on the Veterans Memorial State Highway 29.

  • ‘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). There were approximately 100 people who came out for the free meal for families provided by Blackhawk Bakery and Catering from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. There was free childcare provided, so adults could view the “In Plain Sight” display from 6:00 – 6:30 pm that was provided by the St. Croix County Sheriff’s and Medical Examiner’s departments.

  • Newly crowned Royalty off to great start!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It hasn't been long since the new group of wonderful ladies was crowned as representatives of our town. It's early in their reign, but the Spring Valley Royalty Court is looking forward to a great year! In the past month, they have already been out at two events.

  • Embezzlement reported at Woodville BP

    WOODVILLE, WI – A criminal complaint was filed on October 22, 2018 against Cindy Marie Meyers of Woodville, Wisconsin by the State of Wisconsin and the St. Croix County District Attorney for two counts of Felony G, Theft-Business over $10,000. It is alleged that Ms. Meyers embezzled tens of thousands of dollars from previous owners Steve and Chery Baker and current owners James and Jennifer Krueger.

  • Last donation of season made to SV Cancer Fund

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – As the 2018 summer activities start to slow down, Tony and Eric Huppert decided to present the Spring Valley Community Cancer Fund the last check for the season for $788 dollars.

  • 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.

  • Spring Valley Elementary School Halloween parade is a ‘treat!’

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The annual Spring Valley Elementary School Halloween parade took place last Wednesday, October 31 at about 2:30 p.m.

  • Voting is brisk all day for mid-term elections

    WOODVILLE, SPRING VALLEY & ELMWOOD, WI – The voting for the Mid-term Elections were brisk in our area, statewide and nationwide on Tuesday, November 06, 2018.

  • Elmwood’s George Klink and his 5th graders work on ‘Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case’

    MADISON, WI – After collaborating with educators and students from across Wisconsin, Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) Education has released a new online video game, “Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case,” that encourages students to experience history as they discover it for themselves. The game is now available to play online for free at WPTeducation.org. George Klink, a fifth-grade classroom teacher at Elmwood Elementary School in Elmwood, along with a number of his students, contributed to the development and testing of the fun and engaging new online video game, “Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case,” released on Wednesday, Oct. 10 by WPT Education.

  • 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.

  • Operation Round Up® grants stock Pierce and Pepin County food shelves

    ELLSWORTH, WI – Members of Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services are helping stock Pierce and Pepin County food shelves through the co-op’s Operation Round Up program.

  • Woodville Library remembers former director Judy Rodel

    WOODVILLE, WI – Judy Rodel served as librarian in Woodville from 1977 to 1991. In October 1979, Judy and Sunnie Lockerby, Janis Helgeson, Teri Power, Suzy McCormick, Marcia O’Rourke, Gail Lones and Judy Pedrotty formed a book club.

  • Mark your calendars for a holiday celebration!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Royalty invite you to join them as they celebrate “Christmas in the Valley” on Saturday, December 8, 2018.

  • St Croix Area Volunteer League holds 17th Annual Halloween Festival [ALBUM]

    WOODVILLE, WI – In spite of the cool and threatening rainy weather, families from all around the area came to celebrate at the St Croix Area Volunteer League’s 17th Annual Halloween Festival. 

  • Spring Valley HS students selected for WSMA State Honors Choir

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Congratulations Spring Valley High School Choir members Brenna Schreiber, Elijah DuMond and Charlie Maier for being selected to perform as members of the WSMA All-State Honors Choir held in Madison, Wisconsin, this past October 25 and October 27.

  • 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. 

  • Annual Pierce County Dairy Banquet hosts Alice in Dairy Land

    ELMWOOD, WI – The Pierce County (PC) Dairy Promotion Committee held the 68th Annual Pierce County Dairy Recognition Dinner and Program on the nice weather autumn evening of Thursday, October 18, 2018.

  • Remembering World War I at Woodville Historical Society Museum

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Historical Society Museum is open every second Saturday of each month.  Found on Main Street Woodville, next to the Public Library, the Woodville Historical Society Museum has a growing military exhibit.

    With the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I, we remember that hard fight and those who fought and died in that war and those that followed.

  • Election Day Dinner – a century-long tradition at Spring Lake Lutheran Church

    TOWN OF SPRING LAKE, WI – The Spring Lake Lutheran Church will be hosting an Election Day Dinner again this year.

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