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Elsie (Luke) Newville

Elsie (Luedke) Newville, age 95, of Rice Lake, WI went to join her Savior on Sunday, July 24th, 2022 at VitaCare Living 2 in Rice Lake. She was born November 11th, 1926 to Edward & Martha (Ulmer) Luedke at Almena where she was raised and attended Almena Midway School. She graduated from Turtle Lake High…

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Boyceville school board approves new boiler for TCE

BOYCEVILLE — With a quorum of three members present, the Boyceville Board of Education dealt with several personnel matters, made revisions to the 2021-22 budget, acted to approve a preliminary budget for the coming year and gave its go ahead to purchase a new boiler for TCE during its monthly meeting held last Wednesday, July…

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Glenwood City Library News – 7-27-2022

What is coming to the Glenwood City Library? Summer Reading is coming to an end. We dove into reading with Magic of Isaiah, walked the plank with MN Jack Sparrow, danced our way into reading with Randy Peterson and went back into time with Dinosaur Dimensions. We all had a great time. On August 13th…

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St. Croix County Fair a Success!

ALL LIT UP — The Round-Up was a popular ride on this year’s St. Croix County Fair Midway. With its neon lights shining Saturday evening, riders enjoyed a whirl. More photos can be found on our website. —photo by Shawn DeWitt

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A day in the life of a lifeguard at the Glenwood City Pool

By Missy Klatt The Glenwood City Pool or the Mud Hole as it is affectionately (or not so affectionately) referred to has been full of activity this summer. Between open swim and swimming lessons it has seen a lot of use. The pool is open (weather permitting) seven days a week from 12-6 p.m. when…

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Wayne Clifford Fehr

Wayne Clifford Fehr, born July 26, 1934, in Bloomer, WI, passed away on July 9, 2022, at Banner Boswell Medical Center, Sun City, Arizona. He was the son of Clifford and Sylvia Fehr. Wayne spent his career in the banking business, most recently, before retiring as President of Bremer Bank in Colfax, WI. In life…

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Food science Assistant Professor Mitra leads research in Food Process Engineering Research Lab

Menomonie, Wis. – An expanded lab at University of Wisconsin-Stout offers students and faculty opportunities in ongoing, hands-on research in food process engineering within the kinesiology, health, food and nutritional sciences department.  The Food Process Engineering Research Lab, in Heritage Hall, was expanded by Assistant Professor Pranabendu Mitra.  He is serving as a principal investigator,…

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Bail jumping, evading police, sexual assault among legal troubles candidates faced, records show

By WisPolitics.com State and federal candidates on the ballot have faced legal troubles for issues ranging from eluding police to bail jumping, according to a WisPolitics.com review of online court records. Contacted by WisPolitics.com, some candidates downplayed the issues or chalked them up to misunderstandings. Some said they were working to address the issues. WisPolitics.com…

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Millers drop final two games of season

by Coach Don Stuckert The Elk Mound Millers dropped their last two games of the season, losing 13-0 to Osseo and 12-0 to  Bloomer. Osseo After a scoreless first inning, Osseo sent 10 hitters to the plate in the second scoring six runs with the aid of four Elk Mound errors. Osseo added two more…

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