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Glenwood City Ambulance receieves donation

By Editor | January 18, 2022

Glenwood City Ambulance was recently the recipient of a very generous monetary donation from Pete & Cindy Johnston of Pete’s Automotive, Glenwood City. The funds are earmarked for the purchase of equipment the service needs to assist them in helping the people of our service area. The plan is to upgrade their Lucas CPR Device…

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St. Croix County to hold Warrant Resolution Day January 21

By Editor | January 18, 2022

Do you or someone you know have an active St. Croix County warrant for a misdemeanor? We want to help you resolve your case(s) during our Warrant Resolution Day. This event is a voluntary opportunity for you to work with us to resolve your warrants. Warrant Resolution Day will be January 21, 2022, from 8…

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Boyceville ambulance district board considering roster policy

By Editor | January 18, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  — The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board is considering a policy pertaining to the service’s roster of Emergency Medical Technicians. Wayne Dow, director of the Boyceville ambulance service, distributed a draft of the proposed roster policy to the ambulance district board at the January 12 meeting. The policy includes a…

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Glenhaven News 1-19-2022

By Editor | January 18, 2022

Glenhaven News: January 8th – 14th Happy Birthday, Elvis! Gone, but not forgotten; music that invokes wonderful memories. This past week we started our Breakfast Trivia competition between our Glenhaven neighborhoods. This will be a month long competition and whoever wins gets the Trivia Trophy and bragging rights. Currently, the standings are “D” household has…

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Houlton woman is SCC first traffic fatality of 2022

By Editor | January 18, 2022

TOWN OF ST. JOSEPH – A Houlton woman died from injuries sustained in a suspected alcohol-related crash early Thursday, January 13 in St. Croix County. The St. Croix County Emergency Communications Center received a call at about 12:16 a.m. on January 13, 2022, of a two-vehicle crash with injuries in the 1200 block of Highway…

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UW–Madison expert launches novel cancer research using sharks

By Editor | January 18, 2022

MADISON – There are some new residents on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus, but they aren’t students, they’re sharks. Though it might be easy to picture a scene out of “Jaws,” these sharks have arrived to help humans, not hunt them. In fact, the sharks will be integral to research focused on therapies for diseases…

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National Guard training as CNAs for SNF to open up hospital beds during COVID-19 surge

By Editor | January 18, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph COLFAX  — Members of the Wisconsin National Guard will be trained as Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) to take care of post-acute care patients who have been transferred to nursing homes as a way to open up hospital beds. Omicron is now the dominant variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and there has…

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DC Community Resource and Tourism Committee considering broadband grant application process

By Editor | January 18, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  — The Dunn County Community Resources and Tourism Committee is considering an application form that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) could use to apply for county financial support on broadband grant applications to the state. The application form is for entities asking for Dunn County support either in the form of…

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Miss Rodeo Wisconsin Jessica Moor

2022 Miss Rodeo Wisconsin is a local young lady, Jessica Moor

By Editor | January 11, 2022

Jessica Moor was crowned the Lady-in-Waiting for Miss Rodeo Wisconsin back in August of 2021 at the Saint Croix Valley PRCA Rodeo, held annually in Glenwood City, WI. Jessica is 21, and a graduate of Baldwin-Woodville High School and completing her final semester at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls. She will be graduating…

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DC PR&D approves variance for Bartz property in Town of New Haven

By Editor | January 4, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  — The Dunn County Planning, Resources and Development Committee has approved a variance for subdividing a property in the Town of New Haven that waives the requirement for 10,000 contiguous square feet two feet above the floodplain. Mark and Renee Bartz own 160 acres in the Town of New Haven,…

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