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Here is Joanne Baier and Mark Moran, a former appraiser on the PBS TV “Antiques Roadshow.” Photo by Megan Frye.
Here is Joanne Baier and Mark Moran, a former appraiser on the PBS TV “Antiques Roadshow.” Photo by Megan Frye.
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 12:01 AM

ELMWOOD, WI – “Did I make a good investment or not?” That is what I asked Mark Moran, a former appraiser on the “Antiques Roadshow” who was present at the 5th Annual “What's it worth?” event sponsored by the Woodville Historical Society on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Woodville Community Center (Lions Den). Before I reveal Mark's answer I'd like to share some of the highlights of the day.

  • ‘What's it Worth?’ – an Elmwood perspective

    ELMWOOD, WI – “Did I make a good investment or not?” That is what I asked Mark Moran, a former appraiser on the “Antiques Roadshow” who was present at the 5th Annual “What's it worth?” event sponsored by the Woodville Historical Society on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Woodville Community Center (Lions Den). Before I reveal Mark's answer I'd like to share some of the highlights of the day.

  • Mark Moran 'What’s It Worth?' event wrap-up

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Saturday morning, October 13, the Woodville Historical Society hosted Mark Moran, antiques appraiser, at the Lion’s Den for the 5th Annual “What’s it Worth?” program.

  • BWHS Class of ‘68 celebrates 50th reunion

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville High School Class of 1968 celebrated its 50th class reunion over the Homecoming weekend, September 29.  Some classmates attended the football game and were treated to a tour of the High School building to see the many updates and changes over the past 50 years.  The group gathered for a celebration Saturday night at the Woodville Legion Post 301. 

  • Woodville’s OEM featured in new Manufacturing Month video

    MADISON, WI – The Governor has proclaimed October as Manufacturing Month, and Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) will be promoting the state’s top industry throughout October.

  • Lions Eye Bank dedicated to serving families in Wisconsin

    MADISON, WI – For Dawn Lyons-Wood, the one positive to come out of the loss of her daughter, Emily, was fulfilling her wishes to be an organ, eye and tissue donor.

  • Annual Woodville American Legion Ham Shoot this Saturday

    WOODVILLE, WI – Mark your calendars for this Saturday, October 13 for the Woodville American Legion Post 301 Annual Ham Shoot starting at 4:30 p.m.  A Car Cruise will also be on this year’s agenda.  Meet at the Woodville American Legion Post 301 at 9:30am.  The cruise will leave at 10am, meander down to Buckknuckles in Alma, WI. Return is scheduled for 4pm, in time to join everyone at the Legion for the Ham Shoot and Gun Raffle.

  • Woodville High School Class of 1954 enjoys 64th Reunion
    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Class of 1954 held their 64th reunion on September 19 at the Phoenix Bar and Grill in Baldwin, Wisconsin. 

    1954 was an interesting year. On January 14, 1954 Marilyn Monroe married baseball great Joe DiMaggio and also on the 14th of that month the Hudson Motor Car Company merged with the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation forming the American Motors Corporation.

  • ‘Once Upon A Mattress’ musical classic now in rehearsals

    BALDWIN, WI – Students at Baldwin-Woodville High School are hard at work preparing to present Once Upon A Mattress the first weekend in November.

  • Woodville American Legion donates to Viking Middle School Shop

    WOODVILLE, WI – Thanks to a generous donation by the Woodville American Legion Post 301, the Viking Middle School Shop program now features another piece of power equipment. Shop instructor, Bruce Ashlin, was able to purchase a new miter saw with funds donated by the local post.

  • ‘What's It Worth?’ returns to Woodville

    WOODVILLE, WI – Antiques appraiser Mark Moran will be in Woodville for the 5th Annual "What's It Worth?" program on Saturday, October 13 starting at 10 a.m. This event will be held at the Lion's Den (Woodville Community Hall) located on Main Street in Woodville. This is the fall fundraiser for the Woodville Historical Society. If you have always wondered what Great-Grandma's vase is worth, now is the time to find out! 

  • Village of Woodville Public Works completes Carr Creek dredging

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Village Woodville has just recently completed their DNR permitted maintenance dredging project of Carr Creek. All that remains is to fix a little of the erosion control matting that was disturbed by the rains of a few days ago.

  • B-W School District and WW Health to co-sponsor ‘Top Secret Project’

    BALDWIN, WI – Looks can be deceiving. That’s the message behind a unique program created by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.

    Through a display of various items provided by the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department, participants learn to identify objects that could provide critical insights about potentially risky behavior.
  • 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.

  • $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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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