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The 2018 Best of Show Award went to meat processor Sailer’s Food Market and Meat Processing, Inc. of Elmwood. The meat processor earned the honor for its Salami. It sold to Egg Innovations for $2,000. Back, L-R:  2018 Fairest of the Fair, Isabella Haen, Governor Walker, 2018 Alice in Dairyland Kaitlyn Riley.  Front L-R:  Wisconsin Association of Meat Processor Representative for Sailer's Food Market and Meat Processing (the Sailer's were not in attendance), and winning bidders, Cathy and John Brunnquell of Egg Innovations. Submitted photo
The 2018 Best of Show Award went to meat processor Sailer’s Food Market and Meat Processing, Inc. of Elmwood. The meat processor earned the honor for its Salami. It sold to Egg Innovations for $2,000. Back, L-R: 2018 Fairest of the Fair, Isabella Haen, Governor Walker, 2018 Alice in Dairyland Kaitlyn Riley. Front L-R: Wisconsin Association of Meat Processor Representative for Sailer's Food Market and Meat Processing (the Sailer's were not in attendance), and winning bidders, Cathy and John Brunnquell of Egg Innovations. Submitted photo
Friday, August 17, 2018 12:01 AM

MADISON, WI – The Governor’s Blue Ribbon Meat Products Auction at the Wisconsin State Fair celebrated its 27th year. The 2018 Best of Show Award went to meat processor Sailer’s Food Market and Meat Processing, Inc. of Elmwood. The meat processor earned the honor for its Salami. It sold to Egg Innovations for $2,000.

  • Sailer’s wins Best of Show, other top honors at State Fair

    MADISON, WI – The Governor’s Blue Ribbon Meat Products Auction at the Wisconsin State Fair celebrated its 27th year. The 2018 Best of Show Award went to meat processor Sailer’s Food Market and Meat Processing, Inc. of Elmwood. The meat processor earned the honor for its Salami. It sold to Egg Innovations for $2,000.

  • Pierce County Fair is ‘All County Reunion’

    ELLSWORTH, WI – The 2018 Pierce County Fair truly was an “All County Reunion” with young and old alike coming to exhibit, look at the exhibits and exhibitors, ride the rides, play some games and more. Oh and have a bite or two to eat. People came from every corner of Pierce County and beyond to enjoy the 2018 Pierce County Fair.

  • Two-car crash at Co B and I sends SV woman to RF Hospital

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – On Tuesday, July 31 at 4:37pm, deputies responded to a 2-vehicle accident at the intersection of County Rd B and I in Gilman Township. 

  • Baier honored at Highground for service in Vietnam

    ELMWOOD, WI – Bronze Star Medalist, Sgt. James C. Baier, of Elmwood, was honored for his military service during the Vietnam war on Saturday, August 4, 2018.

  • History exhibit comes to Spring Valley

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – We drink it, fish in it, clean with it, swim in it and travel across it. Water has always been critical for our survival. The Spring Valley Community Center will put water in Wisconsin on display in a new museum exhibit. The historical exhibit will run Thursdays through Sundays, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. beginning August 16 and ending September 2.

  • Outstate roofer apparently killed by co-worker on roof in River Falls

    RIVER FALLS, WI – On Monday, August 6 at 4:31PM the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address on County Rd. FF, rural River Falls for a report of an injured male working as a subcontracted roofer. Officers arrived and located an unconscious male on the roof of the home with severe lacerations to the neck and face.

  • Every person has a fair story

    ELLSWORTH, WI – Every year millions of people attend county, district or state fairs and tell their friends about the great time they had.  Maybe it was your first encounter seeing a cow, riding the Ferris wheel, eating a corn dog, serving as a superintendent for 30 years, or even getting engaged; but it happened at the fair. 

  • Authors visiting Spring Valley Library in August

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Public Library is excited to announce two exciting adult programs happening this month!

    The first is a visit from local Hudson author Shelley Tougas. Ms. Tougas writes juvenile fiction and won the Wisconsin Literacy Council Award for Children’s Literature for her most recent publication titled “Laura Ingalls Wilder is Ruining My Life.”
  • Elmwood Rod and Gun Club hosts 71st Annual Horse Pull

    ELMWOOD, WI – The Elmwood Rod and Gun Club hosted their 71st Annual Horse Pull on Sunday, July 15, 2018. This is the longest running Horse Pull competition in the state of Wisconsin. Anyone interested in attending future horse pulls can find the schedules online at horsepull.com .

  • Connors Kids Lemonade Stand is tremendous success

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – You have done it again generous community, your support of the Connors Kids Lemonade Stand II was a tremendous success has netted a substantial contribution for the Spring Valley Community Cancer Fund.

  • Annual UFO Days is way out of this world! [ALBUM]

    ELMWOOD, WI – The 40th Annual Elmwood UFO Days for 2018 was way out of this world! It truly was a grand celebration in the Village of Elmwood, kudos to all who worked so hard on it.

  • Spring Valley Dentistry holds patient appreciation day

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Spring Valley Dentistry celebrated the one-year anniversary of their wonderful new building and expanded practice with a “Patient Appreciation Day” last Friday, July 20 from 4 to 7 p.m.

  • Rudd shares gospel music in outdoor concert [VIDEO]

    ELMWOOD, WI – On July 5, the Sacred Heart parishes of Elmwood and Spring Valley and the St. Luke’s Parish of Boyceville have welcomed Fr. Arockia Amirtha Raj Stanislaus (Fr. Amir) as their new pastor who has replaced Fr. Prince.

  • Mission Spring Valley is August 17-18

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Mission Spring Valley is back again this year. On Friday, August 17 and Saturday, August 18, 2018, Emmaus Church is looking to serve and meet needs in the community as we have in past years.

  • Zierl is UFO Days button design contest winner

    ELMWOOD, WI – Elmwood resident Ashley Zierl is the winner of the Elmwood Area Community Club's UFO Days button design contest for the collectable “out of this world” 40th Anniversary UFO Days Celebration memento. 

  • Hinshaw presented Live Better Community Service Award

    ELLSWORTH, WI – Mary Hinshaw is Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services’ Live Better Community Service Award winner for the third quarter of 2018. Hinshaw received the award and a $100 Visa® gift card on July 10 for her generous work as a volunteer with Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put.

  • All 'visitors' welcome to 40th Annual UFO Days

    ELMWOOD, WI – According to credible reports dating back to the late 1960’s a few Village of Elmwood residents claimed to have seen unidentified flying objects, UFOS, notable among them was their Chief of Police at the time.

  • SV Lions bring circus to town

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Lions Club brought the Culpepper and Merriweather (C &M), “America’s Favorite Big top Circus” to the community for some great family fun entertainment last Friday, July 13. They filled the two shows with 417 adult and 303 child tickets sold. 

  • Small Craft Outfitters offer kayaks, fishing guide service and more

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Perhaps you have noticed the racks of multi-colored kayaks in the front yard as you drive past and the sign that proclaims, "Small Craft Outfitters LLC” on County Road B just north of the Village of Spring Valley.

  • Webb hired as Elmwood Schools Superintendent and Elementary Principal

    ELMWOOD, WI – The Elmwood School Board upon the retirement of Paul Blanford has hired Elmwood graduate Glenn Webb who most recently was the High School Principal and Director of Teaching and Learning at St. Croix Central.

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