3D printer put to use by Boyceville Science and Math teacher Andrew Hamm

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By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — Andrew Hamm, Math and Science teacher, of Boyceville High School, has begun to print 3D masks, with the help of Boyceville senior Cade Klefstad, after finding plans online to help organizations in their time of need. “After watching a TV program last week where the president of the Massachusetts General…

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BEST Scholarship fund helps seniors venturing out after graduation

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By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — In 1988, at the 30th high school reunion for the class of 1958, Capt. James Harvey, USN, presented the idea for a scholarship foundation that would include the involvement and guidance of several past graduates as well as friends of Boyceville High School. “The Boyceville Education Scholarship Trust (BEST) was…

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Additional Extended Hours at the Dunn County Transfer Station & Recycling Center and Boyceville, Colfax and Elk Mound Area Collection Stations

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The hours at the Boyceville, Colfax and Elk Mound Area Collection Stations will be temporarily extended due to the COVID-19 pandemic effective Wednesday, April 8, 2020. The extended hours are being provided at the request of residents, and to encourage safe social distancing practices at the collection sites. The Boyceville, Colfax and Elk Mound Area…

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Changes for West CAP’s Boyceville Food Pantry

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BOYCEVILLE – The COVID 19 crisis has brought several changes to the operations of West CAP’s Boyceville Food Pantry. The Food Pantry is now open on Thursdays by appointment from 1pm-7pm. Appointments can be made by calling 715-265-4271. All food will be pre-packaged and distributed by curbside pick-up. The Food Access and Resource Center is…

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WestCAP continues most services during COVID – 19 restrictions

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West CAP is a non-profit community action agency providing various poverty alleviation programs and services in St. Croix, Pierce, Pepin, Chippewa, Dunn, Barron and Polk counties in West Central Wisconsin. During this ongoing COVID – 19 crisis, West CAP is considered an “Essential Business” under Wisconsin Governor Evers’ “Safer at Home” directive and is continuing…

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Dunn County community support during COVID-19

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As of April 4, 2020 there are four confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Dunn County. 1 recovered, 3 self-quarantined, and 1 hospitalized. All essential businesses and operations are encouraged to remain open; all employers must consider the best ways to lower the impact of COVID-19 in their workplace. Consider teleworking, staggered shifts, and increasing physical…

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State Supreme Court overturns Gov. Evers’s executive order to suspend in-person voting

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MADISON – Just hours after Governor Tony Evers had signed an executive order Monday, April 6 postponing Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary election until June 9th due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the Wisconsin State Supreme court overturned the governor’s order allowing in-person voting to proceed as planned. The State Supreme Court voted 4-2,…

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Bail set at $5,000 cash for Boyceville man charged with 4 drug-related felonies

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FRANKLIN JOHN BIGNELL

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  — Bail has been set at $5,000 cash for a 54-year-old Boyceville man charged with four drug-related felonies, including maintaining a drug trafficking place. Franklin J. Bignell appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court April 3 before Judge Rod Smeltzer. Court records list an address for Bignell on Center Street in…

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Boyceville Board of Education candidate: Nat Timper

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BOYCEVILLE  — Two candidates are running for one position on the Boyceville Board of Education in the April 7 election. Incumbent Steve Bird filed notification of non-candidacy by the deadline in December, and the candidates are Steven B. Olson and Nat Timper. The Tribune Press Reporter sent out questionnaires to the candidates.  Here are Nat…

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Boyceville Board of Education candidate: Steven Olson

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BOYCEVILLE  — Two candidates are running for one position on the Boyceville Board of Education in the April 7 election. Incumbent Steve Bird filed notification of non-candidacy by the deadline in December, and the candidates are Steven B. Olson and Nat Timper. The Tribune Press Reporter sent out questionnaires to the candidates.  Here are Steven…

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