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  • Community invited to Valley 4th of July celebration

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to come celebrate the 4th of July, our national Independence Day in the Valley, Spring Valley of course!

  • Wisconsin leads nation in organic farming

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – In addition to leading the nation in the number of organic dairy and beef farms, Wisconsin is second in total number of organic farms, and ranks first in number of farms raising organic hogs, pigs, layer chickens, and turkeys. The Badger state is also first in organic corn, oats, and several other crops, and third in number of organic vegetable and melon farms.

  • Fun had by all at Family Fit Fest

    BALDWIN, WI -- The Western Wisconsin Health Foundation’s Family Fit Fest was held on Wednesday, June 8 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at the Baldwin-Woodville High School track. Fun was had by all as families came out to enjoy a night of healthy fun!

  • Village of Elmwood approves draw requests at June board meeting

    ELMWOOD, WI – The Village of Elmwood held their regular Board meeting for June on Monday, June 13 in the Elmwood Auditorium dining room.

    
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LATEST NEWS
  • Independence Day travel numbers will break records

    MADISON, WI – AAA projects nearly 43 million Americans will travel this Independence Day weekend. This represents the highest 4th of July travel volume on record, and a half-million more travelers than last year. The holiday travel period is defined as Thursday, June 30 to Monday, July 4.

  • Four Masons become Shriners at steak fry

    BALDWIN, WI -- Thanks to the work of the Zor Divan and 2016 Potentate Robert (Col) Giesler, 4 area Masons became instant Shriners at one of many steak fries held in June.

  • Gypsy moth aerial spraying to resume next week

    MADISON, WI -- Residents of 14 western Wisconsin counties (including St. Croix) can expect to hear and see low-flying planes in the early morning, depending on weather conditions, starting next week. Single seat, yellow planes will be applying mating disruptor flakes specifically targeting gypsy moths. These invasive pests defoliate trees during their caterpillar stage, causing stress and potentially tree death.

SCHOOL
  • Elmwood Middle/High School Quarter 4 – “A Honor Roll”

    Seniors
    Libby Feuker, Elizabeth Fredrickson, & Darek Nelson

    Juniors
    Bretta Baker, Allison Glampe, Sam Hoyt, Abigail Larson, Cameron Meyers, Chad Osteen, Alexis Peterson, Emily Pickerign, Kylee Sabelko, Eva Sundquist, & Alexis Zignego

    Sophomores
    Hannah Feuker, Brendon Geraets, & Alyssa Hanson

  • B-W boys team up with St. Croix River Bandits to win national 15U Tournament

    KANSAS CITY, KS -- The heat index hit 104 degrees Fahrenheit in Kansas City, Kansas during the June 17 – 19, 2016 weekend but that did not stop the St. Croix River Bandits from competing against 17 Midwest teams and eventually winning the entire USSSA national 15U ball tournament. 

  • HONOR ROLL BASED ON SEMESTER 2 GPA – 4.0
    Graduation Year: 2016
    Christa Brorson, Arianna Colombo, Rebecca Fesenmaier, Alessandro Oggioni, Jordan Jensen, Bailey Manor, Jason Richardson

    Graduation Year: 2017
    Tatum Huntress, Grace Larson, Zachary Maier, Kaitlyn Schreiber

    Graduation Year: 2018
    Tessa Cipriano, Julian Davis, Carley Laffin, Kallie Stone

    Graduation Year: 2019
    Dylan Bosshart, Madison Jacobson, Madison Maier, Lauren Peabody, Erin Stans

OBITUARIES
  • Kathleen B. Brown

    On June 8, 2016, Kathleen B. Brown passed on to her eternal home under the loving care of her family and St. Croix Hospice.

  • Marvin Seeman

    Marvin W. Seeman, age 100, of Marshfield, passed away at Golden Living Center - Three Oaks, in Marshfield, on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Funeral services were held at 10:30am on Friday, June 17, 2016 at St. John's Lutheran Church, in Spencer. Rev. Rebekah Tarras officiated and burial followed in the Loyal City Cemetery. 

  • Jody Hannack, age 57 of Elmwood, Wisconsin died Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at Welcome Home Senior Living in Elmwood.

    A Celebration of Life and graveside service will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at 1 p.m. at St Michael’s Cemetery, Spring Valley, Wisconsin with Pastor Joan Tyvoll officiating.

COMMUNITY
  • GRANTSBURG, WI - Bring your family to Crex Meadows State Wildlife Area to enjoy a mini vacation full of fun from July 8 - July 9, 2016. Camp at the rest area on the north end of the property with the whole family and meet new friends! Evening activities will begin promptly at 6:00 pm beginning with preparing dinner of the fire, setting up tents, enjoying a short night hike and ending the evening with campfire treats, songs and games!

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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker tours Baldwin's Donaldson Company, Inc.
Governor Scott Walker flew into Menomonie from Madison early Tuesday morning, May 31, and drove to the Baldwin Village Hall where he held his 33rd listening session with invited members of the community. Following the listening session, Walker made the short drive to the Donaldson Company, Inc., a Baldwin filtration manufacturing plant.
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