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Saturday, May 25, 2019
Pictured (L-R) are 1st Princess Rebecca Schneider, Miss Spring Valley Alexis McGrane, and Princess Rachael Bell at the Syttende Mai Queen's Tea. Submitted photo
Pictured (L-R) are 1st Princess Rebecca Schneider, Miss Spring Valley Alexis McGrane, and Princess Rachael Bell at the Syttende Mai Queen's Tea. Submitted photo
Saturday, May 25, 2019 12:01 AM

SPRING VALLEY, WI – The ladies, Miss Spring Valley Alexis McGrane, 1st Princess Rebecca Schneider and Princess Rachael Bell were excited to wear their new gowns and begin their summer parade season at the Syttende Mai parade in Woodville this past weekend.

  • SV Royalty Court kicks off summer parade season in Woodville

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The ladies, Miss Spring Valley Alexis McGrane, 1st Princess Rebecca Schneider and Princess Rachael Bell were excited to wear their new gowns and begin their summer parade season at the Syttende Mai parade in Woodville this past weekend.

  • Watch for blue DATCP sticker at pump

    MADISON, WI – Gas prices have been on the rise in anticipation of the summer travel season, and it is natural to wonder if you are getting your money’s worth when the numbers at the pump start to climb. Thankfully there is a way to be confident in the accuracy of your transaction: look for a blue Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) inspection sticker on the pump when you fill up your tank. That sticker is your sign that the pump has been tested and found to be accurate by the agency’s weights and measures inspectors.

  • Tips for a safe Memorial Day Weekend

    MADISON, WI – Memorial Day marks the start of the busy summer travel and cookout season for many people. Whether you are hitting the road or having friends over, ReadyWisconsin is encouraging everyone to make safety a priority.

  • Crystal Cave management team is growing

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – With the expansion of operations at Crystal Cave, Stephanie Tardiff has relocated from Unity, Maine to Spring Valley, Wisconsin to join the executive management team at Crystal Cave.

  • Shriners share mission with American Legion

    RIVER FALLS, WI -- The Shriners of the St. Croix Valley Shrine Club were special guests at the regular meeting of Fletcher Pechacek American Legion Post on Wednesday, May 8 at the Legion club in River Falls.

  • Elmwood Village Board approves Shaw Avenue LRIP

    ELMWOOD, WI – The Elmwood Village Board met for May on Monday, May 13, 2019 in the historic Village Auditorium Dining Room. The regular Board meeting of the Village of Elmwood for May was called to order by Village President Bill Stewart. Present were Trustees: Paul Unser, Marge Binkowski, Doug Claflin, Rick Stohr and Richard Jones. Absent from the meeting was Trustee Josh Bleskacek.

  • ‘Eco-Avenger World Summit’ is May 28 at VMS

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Every year, the entire 7th grade class works on an interdisciplinary unit called "Eco-Avengers.”  This project asks students to discover a call to action about a real-life environmental problem impacting our community, region, state or world.

  • ‘Delicious Years’ author Frederick Blanch to visit Library

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Public Library is pleased to announce a special visit from 90-year-old author Frederick Blanch from Roseville, Minnesota. Mr. Blanch will be at the library on Tuesday, May 21 at 1:30pm to share his book “The Delicious Years” which focuses on the adventures of characters in a retirement community.

  • ‘Velkommen ‘til Woodville!’ for 68th Annual Syttende Mai Celebration

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club and Village of Woodville proclaim in their Norwegian voice “Velkommen ‘til Woodville!” for the 68th Annual Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration.

  • St. Croix Valley Foundation announces Health and Wellness Grant awards

    HUDSON, WI – The St. Croix Valley Foundation is honored to announce the recipients of our most recent competitive grant program. This spring, the St. Croix Valley Foundation awarded $33,750 to 17 nonprofit organizations in Wisconsin and Minnesota through its Health and Wellness Competitive Grant Program. Funded projects range from providing healthy food to 25 food pantries to a unique trail challenge utilizing the beautiful and scenic trails in the St. Croix River Valley.

  • Lottery Credit Awareness Week in Pierce County is May 13-17

    ELLSWORTH, WI – The Pierce County Treasurer, Kathy Fuchs, announced today that May 13 through May 17 is Lottery Credit Awareness Week in Pierce County. The Treasurer’s Office staff works hard to ensure that eligible property owners in our County are receiving this valuable credit on their property tax bill each year.  The goal of this awareness campaign is to inform our citizens of this credit, to help them identify if they are eligible for the credit, and to help them complete the necessary steps to have this credit applied to their real estate tax bills. 

  • Village of Spring Valley Board votes to make purchase offer for nursing home

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Village of Spring Valley held its regular monthly meeting for May on Thursday, May 2.

    President Marsha Brunkhorst called the meeting to order and roll was called with all present except Trustee Richard O’Connell.

  • Local organizations among those receiving 2019 community grants

    BALDWIN, WI – The St. Croix Valley Master Gardeners Association (SCVMGA) awarded community grants totaling more than $2,800 to 14 recipients in St. Croix and Pierce counties for 2019. Grant money is used for community gardens and beautification of parks, schools, public spaces, environmental stewardships, food projects, and other educational purposes.

  • Dealing with short forage inventories

    BALDWIN, WI – Early reports of Alfalfa winterkill and injury are coming in for Northwestern Wisconsin.  A late Spring has also led to a slow green up from many hay fields and pastures, leading to questions on when first crop hay might be ready.

  • Principal Cipriano leaving SV Schools for new job with Durand-Arkansaw Schools

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It has been reported on line that Spring Valley Middle-High School Principal Mrs. Gretchen Cipriano will be leaving her position of 15 years with SV Schools.

  • Programs at Spring Valley Library in May

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Public Library would like to express thanks to all the local businesses that participated in National Library Week last month from April 7-13.

  • Lions Den hosts annual Queen’s Banquet

    WOODVILLE, WI – The 2018-19 Syttende Mai Court of Queen Amber Delong, first Princess Libby Whirry and Second Princess Abbie Delong hosted the Annual Queen’s Banquet last Saturday, May 4 at the Lions Den in Woodville. This banquet organized by the Woodville Lions Queen’s Committee is a way to recognize the current Syttende Mai Court for the wonderful job they have done as Woodville’s Royal Ambassadors before they pass their reign to the 2019-20 Syttende Mai Royalty.

  • SV Seniors Staying Put receives generous donation from Pierce Pepin Coop

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services (PPCS) has shown their support again! Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put (SVSSP) is so appreciative of the 'Operation Round Up' grant award.

  • 4-H Scholarship and Key Award recipients announced

    BALDWIN, WI – The St. Croix County 4-H Leaders Association is proud to announce this year’s scholarship recipients. A record number of exemplary applications were submitted for consideration.

  • Local Police Chiefs Dubois, Hoyt and Hetfeld among those meeting with AG

    NEW RICHMOND, WI – Attorney General Josh Kaul co-hosted a regional law enforcement roundtable in northwestern Wisconsin on Thursday, May 2 with State Senator Patty Schachtner (D-Somerset).

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