Drug Take Back Day is April 27

MADISON, WI – Attorney General Josh Kaul today announced that more than 277 local law enforcement agencies will be participating in Drug Take Back Day across the state on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Wisconsinites are encouraged to dispose of unwanted and unused medications at Drug Take Back and drug disposal locations. “I strongly encourage Wisconsinites…

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HAROLD S. JAMES

Harold S. James went home to his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Harold was born October 11, 1932 to Clyde and Leora James. He grew up on a farm south of Downing, WI with his three brothers and four sisters. He graduated from Glenwood City High School in 1950 and worked on a…

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ORRIS LORAINE PECK BLODGETT

Orris Loraine Peck was born November 11, 1916 at Hillsdale, WI, the daughter of George and Tilda (Flygstad) Peck. In 1922 they moved to a farm 1 mile north of Boyceville, WI. Loraine graduated from Boyceville High School in 1935, she went on to graduate from the Dunn County Normal School in 1937. She taught…

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DOLORES “DOLLY” R. DONOVAN

Dolores (Dolly) Rose Cecelia Zielsdorf, Kramber, Waulters, Donovan passed away Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at United Hospital in St. Paul, MN. Dolores was born December 2, 1930 to Marie (Draxler) Zielsdorf and Edwin Zielsdorf at Booth Memorial Hospital, St. Paul, MN. She grew up on the farm 2 ½ miles northeast of Glenwood City with…

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Melting snow and rain is causing flooding in Wisconsin

With many communities currently dealing with floods or preparing for them, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is reminding residents on how to stay safe during these events. “Wisconsin has seen a great deal of precipitation this winter, and now we’re seeing widespread flooding as it all melts. While it’s important for all of…

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GCSD send three DI teams to regional, one to state

Glenwood City Schools had three teams compete at the Destination Imagination Regional Tournament, which was held on Saturday, March 30th at Hudson High School. The middle school team, “Owl Let You Know”, advanced to the State DI Tournament after taking first place at the regional tournament. With the win, the “Owl Let You Know” squad…

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Boyceville Board of Education approves Spanish Club trip to Costa Rica

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Board of Education met Wednesday evening, April 17, and were updated on the Spanish Club’s trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020. Spanish teacher Katelyn Johnson provided the Board of Education with information about the cultural exchange that would send several students from Boyceville to Costa Rica…

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