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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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RIVER FALLS, WI – St. Croix and Pierce Counties have been recognized for their work to improve local health by receiving a Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation.

  • St. Croix and Pierce Counties earn silver Healthy Communities Designation

    RIVER FALLS, WI – St. Croix and Pierce Counties have been recognized for their work to improve local health by receiving a Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation.

  • St. Croix Highway Dept. strengthens County B Bridge deck

    RURAL WOODVILLE AND SPRING VALLEY, WI – For travelers accustomed to driving on County Highway B (CHB), you probably saw the informational sign up last week. It was an electronic message board advising northbound drivers of the coming road closure of the bridge just north of Boston Road in St. Croix County on Monday, September 17.

  • Marching Blackhawks to host annual invitational

    BALDWIN, WI – On Saturday, September 22 at 7pm, the shows and sounds from King Field at Baldwin-Woodville High School will give you goosebumps. The Marching Blackhawks will be hosting the 6th Annual Blackhawk Invitational. This year five high school marching bands will perform their music and movements they have spent hours perfecting.

  • Manure spill in Town of Rush River

    BALDWIN, WI – St. Croix County Public Health and Community Development have learned of a manure spill reported in the Town of Rush River on September 11, 2018. The reported spill occurred at 2061 30th Avenue, Baldwin, Wisconsin, which is a half-mile from the Rush River. The area is sparsely populated and there are no wells within a short distance of the spill location. 

  • $MART CU opens at Baldwin-Woodville High School

    BALDWIN, WI – WESTconsin Credit Union introduces $MART CU at Baldwin–Woodville High School. Students and staff now have convenient access to an interactive financial education program right on site. The program represents a partnership between WESTconsin Credit Union and the Baldwin – Woodville School District to provide a fully functioning financial office that will help support financial literacy among District students and families.

  • Annual Unified Bowling Tournament held at Strikers Lanes

    BALDWIN, WI – On September 9, Strikers Lanes brought members of our community, school, and Special Olympics population together for the Fourth Annual Unified Bowling Tournament.

  • St. Croix County to host fall tire and appliance collections

    BALDWIN, WI – The St. Croix County Recycling program, in cooperation with local municipalities, will be sponsoring a series of tire and appliance collections on Saturday, September 15, 2018.  These events offer the community an opportunity to safely recycle unwanted or unusable tires and appliances.

  • Governor Walker awards Idle Sites Redevelopment Grant to Hudson

    HUDSON, WI – On July 3 Governor Scott Walker presented the City of Hudson with a $500,000 Idle Sites Redevelopment Grant administered through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI – Hello town of Woodville! These past few weekends we have traveled to Pepper Fest in North Hudson, Pickle Fest in Boyceville, Ox Cart Days in Star Prairie, the Cumberland Rutabaga Fest, and the Ridgeland Fair.

  • Woodville’s 2nd Annual National Night Out is fun for community

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Village of Woodville Police Department drew a big crowd for their 2nd Annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7 at Steven Park.

  • Baldwin holds local ‘Meet and Greet’ chats with constituents

    NEW RICHMOND, WI – The Table 65 Bistro was nearly full of 30 excited constituents as U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin stopped in for a “Meet and Greet” local chat with them on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 to discuss their concerns with our federal government.

  • St. Croix County’s July Unemployment rate at 2.9%

    HUDSON, WI – On August 22, the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) announced the preliminary July 2018 unemployment rates for Wisconsin’s 72 counties and the 32 cities with populations greater than 25,000 residents. St. Croix County’s rate was estimated at 2.9%.

  • B-W ‘All Staff Day’ convenes for 2018-19 school year

    BALDWIN, WI – The Performing Arts Center at Baldwin-Woodville High School was filling on the bright and early morning of Tuesday, August 21, 2018. The Center wasn’t filling with students, but with all of the smiling returning teachers and staff for the Baldwin-Woodville School District for the Annual All Staff Day before the start of the 2018-19 school year that began yesterday, Wednesday, August 29.

  • WW Health offers new Ageless Grace® class

    BALDWIN, WI – We are pleased to announce that Ageless Grace® is coming to Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) this September.

    Ageless Grace® is being taught by Kate Jones, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Ageless Grace® Educator from our Behavioral Health team.
  • Annual Lions softball tournament is success

    WOODVILLE, WI – The weather was good over the weekend making for a good 23rd Annual Woodville Lions Slow Pitch Softball Tournament at the Steven Park ball diamond in Woodville. The Annual Tournament took place on Friday, August 17 and Saturday, August 18, 2018 and fantastic late summer weather helped make for a perfect tournament again this year.

  • Western Wisconsin Health welcomes new CFO and Speech Therapist

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is pleased to announce that Adam Gingery, Chief Financial Officer, and Adam VanRanst, Speech & Language Pathologist, joined the team on August 13.

  • Shriner’s Grand Marshal faced unexpected challenges

    RIVER FALLS, WI – When Cynda and Jeff Sanders of New Richmond took their 8-year daughter Payton Bahr to the emergency room that fateful day they thought she had just come down with something. Little did they or she realize that persistence and trust would bring this child, now a teen back to a normal life.

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI – Hello Village of Woodville; these past few weekends we have had wonderful times at Elmwood and Hammond. We also helped with National Night Out in Woodville.

  • Fall at Woodville Public Library

    WOODVILLE, WI – Can you believe it has been 20 years since the first Harry Potter book of the series was published?  Given that literary milestone from Monday, August 27 through Friday, September 21 the Woodville Public Library will be celebrating all things Harry Potter. 

  • Woodville Lions present generous donation to Village

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club President J.R. Dachel and Lions Secretary Jim Wickboldt presented a generous donation check to Village President Steve Gossel and Public Works Director Brent Knegendorf on Friday, July 27, 2018 at the Lions Den.


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