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Friday, March 06, 2015
  • Farm Bill Biologist Partnership in Wisconsin expands to northwest counties

    BALDWIN, WI - Pheasants Forever has hired Cody Tromberg as the organization’s new Farm Bill wildlife biologist in northwest Wisconsin. Partnering with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Tromberg will assist area landowners with voluntary conservation planning and wildlife habitat management in his assigned area.

  • Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery wins 2014 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award

    MILWAUKEE, WI - Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery is one of seven Wisconsin companies awarded a prestigious Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award. The winners were announced Thursday night at a black tie banquet honoring the 40 nominees.

  • Success for 15th Annual SV Lions Ice Fishing Derby [ALBUM]

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Lions Club held its popular 15th Annual Ice Fishing Derby on beautiful Lake George in the Eau Galle Recreation Area in Spring Valley on Saturday, February 21, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The weather was tolerable this year and everyone had a great time.

  • Strikers Lanes and Sports Bar Grand Opening exceeds expectations

    BALDWIN, WI – Strikers Lanes and Sports Bar held a Grand Opening and Customer Appreciation event last Saturday night, February 21, 2015 that exceed all expectations for partner-owners: wife and husband Kay and Mike Dorwin and brothers Bruce and Joe Achterhoff, all of whom are working farmers as well as entrepreneurs and parents of grown children.

    
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LATEST NEWS
  • ELMWOOD, WI – The monthly board meeting was held on Monday evening, March 2, 2015, at the Village Auditorium. All members of the board were present, as well as Officer Shaffer and Employee Jamie Reitz. There was no public input received at this meeting.

    Two Operator’s Licenses were approved for the Tiffany Tavern and Cenex. Also approved was lifting the open container ordinance for a St. Patrick Day event being held by Tiffany Tavern. This will be from 3 pm to midnight on Saturday, March 14. A parade is scheduled for 4 pm.

     
  • At Heritage of Elmwood On Wednesday morning residents attended “Have You Ever Wondered?”  They made snow and had a great snowball fight. In the afternoon they played music on their Handbells with Coffee Social following. A game of Shaker Dice was played with our top winner being Joan Binkowski. On Thursday morning they attended our Memorial Service for residents who have passed away. In the afternoon a Sing Along was held in the Chapel with Coffee Social following. Friday morning Bonnie Mick was here to do Crafts with the residents.

     
  • MADISON, WI - Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday as we “spring forward’ and set clocks ahead one hour. Daylight Saving Time is also a great time to check the things that keep us safe and ready for emergencies. ReadyWisconsin urges you to check these items:

     
SCHOOL
  • ELK MOUND, WI – At the end of the first half of last Tuesday’s WIAA Regional game against Elk Mound, it appeared as though the EPC Wolves were confidently going to give the Mounders a run for their money.  But a lackluster second half of offense for EPC proved different as Elk Mound took control and ended EPC’s season with a 65-36 loss.

     
  • MADISON, WI - Five Spring Valley-Elmwood wrestlers headed to Madison last weekend to compete in the 2015 WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament.

     
  • BALDWIN, WI - Fourth graders and students in the third/fourth multiage classroom were offered the opportunity to participate in WEMTA’s State Battle of the Books program this fall.  Sixteen teams (60 students) committed to reading 20 books. 

     
OBITUARIES
  • Larry Van Riper age 65 of Woodville died Monday, March 2nd 2015 at United Hospital in St. Paul following a brief illness. 

     
  • Elizabeth “Betty” Ann Gavin-Schneider, age 58, of Spring Valley, Wisconsin passed away Thursday, February 19, 2015 at United Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota.

     
  • On February 18, 2015, Alice Louise Davis Merker, 89 of Newton, Georgia, passed away peacefully at the home of her daughter, Cyndie, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

     
COMMUNITY
  • BALDWIN, WI -- Come and dine with us at Culver's of Baldwin on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

    50% of the sales will be donated in honor of beloved Baldwin-Woodville High School student junior Alexsis ‘Lexi’ Albrightson who recently died in an auto accident. Lexi’s family have chosen to donate all the proceeds to "Let's Make Greenfield Grand," the new playground improvement project at Greenfield Elementary School.

     
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'Snowmobile Suit' (Spring Valley Stagehands' Guys on Ice)
This heart-warming hilarious musical about all things Northern Wisconsin and Packers will open Thursday night, January 15, 2015, at the Spring Valley Stagehands Theater.

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