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Important spring election! Supreme Court Candidate Primary February 21

This spring WIsconsin voters will have an opportunity to choose a new justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Who fills that opening matters, as the Court decides 95% of issues that affect our rights and liberties. It is important that you vote for the candidate that best aligns with your beliefs. fUnlike fall elections, spring…

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Jeffery M. Barriault “Little Cutty”

Jeffery M. Barriault “Little Cutty”, age 54, of Blue Ridge, Georgia, passed away unexpectedly on January 23, 2023. Jeff was born on May 11, 1968 in Menomonie, WI to parents Delore and Sandra (Bonte) Barriault. Jeff graduated from Glenwood City High School with the class of 1986 and was an All State Champ wrestler. He…

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Kevin J. Sutliff

Kevin Jon Sutliff, age 64, of Boyceville, WI passed away Tuesday, January 24, 2023 at Mayo Hospital in Menomonie, WI after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born on August 12, 1958 to Eldon and Dolores (Dougherty) Sutliff. Kevin graduated from Boyceville High School in 1976 with many fond memories of good times…

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Dolores E. Sutliff

Dolores E. Sutliff, age 89, of Boyceville, WI passed away peacefully in her home on January 19, 2023. She was born to Violet (Schutts) and Karl Dougherty on February 23, 1933, in Downing Wisconsin. Dolores attended grade schools at Downing, Clack and Boyceville. She graduated from Boyceville High School in 1951 as valedictorian of her…

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Teen dating violence & the age of technology/social media

By Alyssa Fahrenkamp, Family and Youth Advocate at The Bridge to Hope in Menomonie, WI Teenage years are often the years for dating, finding interests and connecting with friends. Most of these things involve the use of technology. Teens are on their phone constantly, whether it is to chat with a friend, look something up…

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Treys topple Toppers in losses to Mounders, Warriors

by Joel DeWitt Sports Correspondent Lately, the Hilltoppers boys’ basketball team has been bitten by the 3-point bug. Glenwood City saw Boyceville hit 10-for-18 3-pointers in a tough defeat the previous week. Elk Mound and Amery nearly matched that output. The Mounders and Warriors combined to shoot 51 percent from beyond the arc to hand…

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GC girls drop D-SC games to EPC, Spring Valley

After recording its first victory of the season thanks to a double-digits non-conference triumph over Bruce January 17, the Glenwood City girls’ basketball squad was looking to tack on a conference win or two when it played Elmwood-Plum City and Spring Valley this past week. Unfortunately, the Lady Hilltoppers fell behind early both contests and…

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Bulldog sweep in Bloomer gives Coach Olson 300th dual wrestling victory

Last Tuesday’s 5-school dual meet invitational at Bloomer High School turned out to be a very special evening for the Boyceville wrestlers and their head coach Jamie Olson, That’s because Boyceville’s 45-28 opening-round victory over Arcadia at the January 24 meet was the 300th career dual win for Olson. His Bulldogs would go on to…

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