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Friday, April 19, 2019
The 2019-20 Syttende Mai Royalty Candidates introduced themselves at the April Woodville Lions meeting (left to right): Lauren, Victoria, Ivy and Olivia. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
The 2019-20 Syttende Mai Royalty Candidates introduced themselves at the April Woodville Lions meeting (left to right): Lauren, Victoria, Ivy and Olivia. Photo by Paul J. Seeling
Friday, April 12, 2019 12:01 AM

WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club finalized plans and are nearly ready for the 68th Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration with the finishing details discussed at length at their April monthly meeting.

  • Lions ready for 68th Annual Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club finalized plans and are nearly ready for the 68th Woodville Syttende Mai Celebration with the finishing details discussed at length at their April monthly meeting.

  • Sun-Argus, Woodville Leader delivery delayed due to storm

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – A decision was made this morning at 7:30 a.m., Thursday, April 11 to delay the delivery of our publications, the Sun-Argus, Woodville Leader and Valley Values Shopper due to the historic spring storm that has hit our region.

  • Hagedorn wins Wisconsin Supreme Court race

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – According to the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) very few problems were reported in the Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Spring Election in which more than 26 percent of Wisconsin adults voted, according to preliminary results analyzed by the WEC.

  • Historical Society invites you to paint a chair for Syttende Mai Chairitage

    WOODVILLE, WI – Do you have an artist gene that is just waiting to pop out? Want to make something special for your grandchild? Or maybe you would like to help the Woodville Historical Society with their main fundraiser for the year?

  • Ballots cast in 2019 Spring Election

    WOODVILLE, WI – The 2019 Spring Election was held on Tuesday, April 2. Early results indicate the turnout was light, but that could change. As of our press deadlines the results were not available and will be published in the Woodville Leader next week.

  • Seeling elected president of the WNA Board of Directors

    MADISON, WI – Paul Seeling, president of Gateway Publishing, was elected president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Board of Directors during the group's 165th Convention & Trade Show.

  • Ice dam requires extraordinary work to prevent lift station flooding

    WOODVILLE, WI – Brent Knegendorf, director of Public Works for the Village of Woodville, has been keeping a close watch on Carr Creek of late.

  • FFA winners chosen, Jessica Moor to compete at State

    BALDWIN, WI – Jessica Moor of the Baldwin-Woodville High School FFA Chapter competed on Monday, March 18 in Leadership Development Events at Ellsworth High School for the FFA Sectional Speaking Contest.

  • St. Croix EDC honors 2018 top businesses

    HUDSON, WI – On Thursday, February 21, 2019 St. Croix Economic Development Corporation (EDC) honored its 2018 Business of the Year winners at a banquet hosted by Ready Randy’s in rural New Richmond, Wisconsin. The 2018 honorees include iMARK Molding, Inc. (Village of Woodville; ‘Business of the Year’).

  • Woodville Senior Center holds Valentine’s Day extravaganza

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Senior Center held a fun-filled Valentine’s Day extravaganza party on Thursday, February 14.  The Center kicked off Valentine’s Day with coffee, juice, and treats followed by free Bingo at with special prizes.

  • Nickowski is undefeated State Champ

    MADISON, WI – The 2019 WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournaments were held over last weekend, Thursday February 21 through Saturday, February 23 at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin.

    There were champions crowned in 14 weight classes in three divisions.
  • OEM Fabricators receives recognition from WCCAA

    WOODVILLE, WI – On Friday February 15, at the Concourse Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin, OEM Fabricators was honored by the Wisconsin Child Care Administrators Association (WCCAA) for their work supporting Early Childhood and Families.

  • Bodacious Birds: Blue Jays

    WOODVILLE, WI – Brash and bold, Blue Jays are common year-round visitors to backyard bird feeders. This large striking blue, white, black and gray bird with its clown-like face, black necklace, and prominent crest has the reputation of being a noisy bully.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.
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