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Monday, May 21, 2018
  • Woodville OEM’s IT Director Rob O’Keefe remains on SCEDC board

    HUDSON, WI – The St. Croix Economic Development Corporation (EDC) held its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Jill Gorres, Benefits Consultant, JA Counter (New Richmond, WI), was elected to a one-year term as Board President. She has served on the board since 2013 and replaces Rob O’Keefe who completed his term as President. O’Keefe remains on the Board and will continue to serve on the executive committee in his new role as Past President.

  • Award-winning teacher Jim Herold to retire after 37 years at Spring Valley (Part III)

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Last week in Part II of this series of articles we did confirm again that it is true that award-winning instructor and coach Mr. Jim Herold is retiring after teaching for 37 years at Spring Valley Middle/High School.

  • St. Croix County 2018 Plat Book now available

    BALDWIN, WI – Who owns St. Croix County? Thousands of people have a piece of it, and they are listed in the new plat book published by the St. Croix County 4-H Leaders’ Association with Mapping Solutions. The 2018 book is available for purchase at the St. Croix County UW-Extension office located at 1960 – 8th Avenue, Suite 140 in Baldwin as well as at; St. Croix County Government Center, Hudson; Farm and Home, New Richmond; and Gregerson’s Ace Hardware, Baldwin.

  • Friends of the Spring Valley Public Library: Check them out!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – So, you’ve probably heard of them, the Friends of the Spring Valley Public Library.  They are a Wisconsin not-for-profit corporation organized in 2016 to help fund library programs at the Spring Valley Public Library. 

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  • Elmwood Village Board meets for May

    ELMWOOD, WI – The Village of Elmwood held their May Board meeting on Monday, May 14, 2018 in the historic Village Auditorium Dining Room. Board members present for the meeting were: President Bill Stewart and Trustees Marge Binkowski, Josh Bleskacek, Paul Unser, Dolores Radtke, Richard Jones and Rick Stohr.

  • Avoid tick and mosquito bites

    NEW RICHMOND, WI – Now that spring is finally here and people are enjoying being outside, St. Croix County Public Health wants to encourage everyone to take care to avoid tick and mosquito bites.

    Ticks and mosquitoes can transmit various illnesses. Lyme disease, which is spread by ticks, and West Nile virus, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, are two of the most common diseases spread by ticks and mosquitoes in Wisconsin.  

  • Western Wisconsin Health recognized for efforts in tissue donation

    BALDWIN, WI – Western Wisconsin Health (WW Health) is honored to announce our efforts to provide families with donation options and information. They have been recognized by the American Tissue Services Foundation (ATSF).

  • BALDWIN, WI – The B-W softball team continued their winning ways at Mill Pond on Tuesday, May 16, 2018 defeating visitors from New Richmond 9 to 4 with Kayla Furrer pitching a complete game for the win.

    Here are the highlights from the matchup: The Hawks scored nine runs on ten hits as they defeated the visiting Tigers from New Richmond 9-4.  The Hawks kept the Tigers in the game as they left eleven runners on base and committed a season high six errors defensively.
  • COLFAX, WI - It came down to the final meet for the Spring Valley Golf Team. This past Monday night the Cardinals went into the 18-hole conference finale in second place with 30 points, just one point behind first place Durand. But with an 18-hole event, points were doubled, and the Cardinals knew they would have to win the meet to win the conference championship, anything else wouldn’t do.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - A win just has not materialized for the Spring Valley softball team yet this year, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been successes.

    “We have been our own worst enemy in the field,” said Head Coach Ron Cipriano. “We are giving teams extra outs every game, and when we do that, we give them opportunities to score more runs. But we are cutting down on some of those errors, now we just need to give more of an effort.”

  • Joan R. Arneson

    Joan R. Arneson, 93, of Spring Valley Wisconsin, passed away peacefully in her home on Monday morning, May 15, 2018.

  • Virginia Geraets

    Virginia K. Geraets age 66 of Elmwood, passed away on Sunday May 6, 2018 at Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire surrounded by her family.

  • Shelby Berkseth

    Shelby Jean (Scholl) Berkseth passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 at the Baldwin Care Center, after a short battle with cancer.

  • RIVER FALLS, WI – St Croix Valley Master Gardeners (SCVMG) will hear about biological insect control for home gardens at the Thursday, May 24, 2018 meeting. 

    Heidi Doering will discuss ways other than chemical insecticides to control insects and disease in ornamental and vegetable gardens by putting beneficial enemies such as parasitic wasps, beneficial nematodes and other natural enemies to work to control bad bugs in your yard and garden.
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