Area students receive degrees from UW-RF

The following local residents were among 833 students receiving degrees from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls following spring commencement in May. Bachelor’s degrees were awarded to 687 students while 146 students received master’s degrees. Area students are listed below: Downing, WI Hannah Ludtke, Bachelor of Science, Animal Science, Summa Cum Laude Emerald, WI Casey Neisius,…

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WITC presents 2019 graduates

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College held its commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17 for the graduating class of 2019. 574 students earned completion certificates, technical diplomas and associate degrees across a variety of programs from the four different campuses. Boyceville, WI Bradley Mounce-Clough, Agricultural Power/Equip Tech Downing, WI Megan Bartz, Architectural Commercial Desgn Nicholas Bartz, Welding…

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Mayo Clinic Health System lists births – 7-17-2019

The following babies were born at Mayo Clinic Health System. Eau Claire • Vera Boyea and Curtis Johnson, Eau Claire, son, Apollo Denzel-King Johnson, June 29 • Lisa and Dustin Hardy, Eau Claire, daughter, Scarlett Irene Hardy, July 2 Menomonie • Emily and Stewart Bartz, Menomonie, son, Wesley Steven Bartz, July 1 • Angel Beaman,…

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GC Library hosts free events for kids

The Summer Reading program is in full swing at the Glenwood City Public Library. There are several events planned in the coming weeks at the Library! There will be a Magic Show on Wednesday, July 24th at 2 p.m. Hero Day is set for Saturday, July 27th at 10:30 a.m. The Glenwood City Fire Department,…

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Boyceville ambulance district reports “routine” quarter for second quarter

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE —  The Boyceville Community Ambulance District’s quarterly meeting report for May, June and July contains “routine” items and nothing out of the ordinary, said Captain Shanna Knops of the Boyceville ambulance service. Matt Feeney, director of the Boyceville ambulance service, had a scheduling conflict with the meeting time, Knops said…

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City Council approves more public work projects

GLENWOOD CITY—The City Council approved three street repair projects and heard an update and a payment request for work ongoing with the City’s wastewater treatment facility upgrades. Kevin Oium of Cedar Corporation appeared before the council Monday evening with a pay request in the amount of $281,770.00 from August Winter & Sons for work at…

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No resolution yet on Boyceville fire hall stormwater retention pond

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  — After another round of contentious discussion, no resolution has been reached concerning the Boyceville fire district paying for a portion of the $42,000 retention pond that will collect stormwater from the new fire hall. The state Department of Natural Resources wanted two retention ponds, one to collect water from…

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Dunn County to hold public hearing July 23 on amendments to rezone procedures

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  —  The Dunn County Planning, Resources & Development Committee will hold a public hearing July 23 on amendments to section 13.6.0 of the county’s ordinances pertaining to rezone procedures. The proposed amendments spell out in detail the procedures to be used by applicants requesting a rezone and the procedures to…

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