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Dist. Gov. Pat Furey with the 'Stop Diabetes' award from Camp Needlepoint. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
Dist. Gov. Pat Furey with the 'Stop Diabetes' award from Camp Needlepoint. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 12:01 AM

WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held their regular meeting for February on Monday the 11th when they welcomed the District Governor and inducted a new member Andrew Timmerman into the club. And they also recognized four members for their longevity as Woodville Lions.

  • Lions welcome District Gov. Furey, new Lion Andrew Timmerman

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held their regular meeting for February on Monday the 11th when they welcomed the District Governor and inducted a new member Andrew Timmerman into the club. And they also recognized four members for their longevity as Woodville Lions.

  • Fascinating Birds: Nuthatches

    WOODVILLE, WI – Our area is home to two endearing and agile little birds, the White-breasted Nuthatch and its smaller relative, the Red-breasted Nuthatch. Seeming to defy gravity they are sometimes called “upside-down birds” because they make their way down a tree head first. You might hear their nasal “yank-yank” call from high in the branches overhead.

  • Community provides win for annual Lions Bowl Breakfast

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Sunday February 3 the New England Patriots football team was not the only club breaking records. The Woodville Lion’s Club may have broken a few themselves during their annual breakfast served from 8:00 - 1:00 on Super Bowl Sunday at the newly remodeled Lions Den in Woodville.

  • Valentine extravaganza at Woodville Senior Center

    WOODVILLE, WI – Thanks to the generosity of the Baldwin-Woodville Community Foundation, the Woodville Senior Center Board is excited to offer our local seniors (age 60+) a complimentary fun-filled Valentine’s Day party. 

  • Queen’s Corner

    WOODVILLE, WI – Hello Village of Woodville! We just got back a week ago from an exciting weekend at the St. Paul Winter Carnival January 24-27.

    “It’s the most wonderful time of the year: the 133rd Saint Paul Winter Carnival, the ‘Coolest Celebration on Earth’ since 1886."

  • New Year at Woodville Public Library

    WOODVILLE, WI – Soon there will be some changes at the Woodville Public Library.  It has been in the Library Board’s plans for several years to make some alterations to the area around the circulation desk.

  • Cold, colder, COLDEST

    WOODVILLE, SPRING VALLEY & ELMWOOD, WI – The news is the weather, it has gone from cold to colder to COLDEST, “Baby it is cold outside!”

    This article was written on Tuesday, January 29, the temperature is -13 degrees.
  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part V)

    WOODVILLE, WI – At the Woodville Leader/Gateway News, we have continued to look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year. Here is our look back over 2018 with our annual “Year in Review” in conclusion.

  • Nygaard honored as he retires after 16 years with Woodville Public Works

    WOODVILLE, WI – Steve Nygaard was honored by the Village of Woodville and many community well wishers as he retired after working 16 years in the Public Works Department.

  • Park View Heights welcomes many to Open House

    WOODVILLE, WI – The first of five spacious two bedroom 55 plus Senior Living Park View Heights Twin Homes have been completed and are ready for rental occupancy.

  • Woodville’s iMARK Molding named 2018 Business of the Year

    HUDSON, WI – Jill Gorres, president of St. Croix Economic Development Corporation (EDC), announced the EDC’s selection of iMARK Molding, Inc. (Village of Woodville), Next Generation Auto, Inc. (Village of Baldwin and City of Hudson) and St. Croix Valley Blow Molding, Inc. (Town of Hudson) as recipients of the 2018 Business of the Year awards in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.

  • OEM Fabricators, Inc. of Woodville nominated for MOTY

    MADISON, WI – Twenty-eight Wisconsin manufacturers have been nominated for the 31st Annual Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year (MOTY) Awards. OEM Fabricators, Incorporated of Woodville, Wisconsin is one of the companies nominated for a MOTY.

  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part IV)

    WOODVILLE, WI – At the Woodville Leader/Gateway News we continue to look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year.

    Let’s again resume our look back over 2018 with our annual “Year in Review.”

  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part III)

    WOODVILLE, WI – What a year 2018 was. It has ended and at the Woodville Leader/Gateway News we continue to look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year.

    Locally in Woodville and the surrounding community there was also much that occurred in 2018 and the Woodville Leader was honored to inform you about it.

  • Woodville Police Department, DCI, and ATF investigate Cubby Hole fire as arson

    WOODVILLE, WI – On December 29, 2018, at approximately 2:00 AM, a Woodville Police Department officer discovered smoke coming from a commercial building located at 105 River St. in the Village of Woodville. The commercial building contained a hair salon, a former dance studio, and a former tavern known as The Cubby Hole.

  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part II)

    WOODVILLE, WI – 2018 has ended and at the Woodville Leader/Gateway News we continue to look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year. What a year 2018 was.

    Locally in Woodville and the surrounding community there was also much that occurred in 2018 and the Woodville Leader was honored to inform you about it.

  • Woodville Lions continue to ‘Serve’ community

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club continues to follow their mission to “Serve.”

    Recently Woodville Lions Treasurer Steve Perry along with Woodville Lions Club President J.R. Dachel presented a $1,000 check to Claire Stein of the Baldwin Area Food Pantry and a $1,000 check to Pastor Keith Anderson of the Woodville Area Food Pantry. 

  • Wi-Fi hotspots now available for checkout at Woodville Library

    WOODVILLE, WI – St. Croix County government and public libraries have partnered to make mobile Wi-Fi hotspots now available for checkout from all St. Croix County libraries, including the Woodville Public Library.

  • Woodville 2018 Year in Review (Part I)

    WOODVILLE, WI – As 2018 ends we at the Woodville Leader/Gateway News look back on the pages of your hometown newspaper and recall some of the highlights of the past year. What a year 2018 was. The stock market was beating all expectations, but now has taken a very decided downward trend. President Trump now in his second year in office still loves to tweet and do things like no other president ever has.

  • Woodville landmark damaged by fire

    WOODVILLE, WI – A Woodville landmark was heavily damaged by fire in the early morning hours of Saturday, December 29, 2018. The building was originally the Central Lumber Company building that had its Grand Opening in 1935 and later in the early 70’s was the home of United Building Centers. It is now the Cubby Hole building with O’Hair beauty salon operated by Dayna Grant, plus a dance studio and also the closed for-several-years Cubby Hole bar and restaurant.

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