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Hanestad and Humpal tender retirement letters

By Editor | November 21, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — A pair of long-serving Boyceville Community School District employees, with over 60 years of combined service, submitted their official letters of retirement during the Board of Education’s November 16 meeting held in the high school/middle school IMC. Vivian Hanestad, Viv as she has been known by generations of students and parents, and Judy…

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Boyceville turns down half million dollar lease proposal for village land

By Editor | November 15, 2022

The Boyceville Board reviewed a proposal to lease land around the water tower that now also houses cell phone antennas. The proposed offer was made by Octagon Towers to acquire a 50-year easement under and around the communication tower located on Nordveien Drive in Boyceville and all related AT&T assets and improvements, including interest in…

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November 8 general election results are in for St. Croix & Dunn Counties

By Editor | November 15, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  GLENWOOD CITY   — The November 8 general election included a variety of races for state-wide offices, United States Senate and congressional offices as well as St. Croix County and Dunn County offices. Below are the results of the election, which are considered unofficial until the election is certified.  In Wisconsin,…

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Boyceville Ambulance District purchases Stryker power cot for $30,000

By Editor | November 15, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board has approved purchasing a Stryker Power Pro 2 cot at a cost of nearly $30,000. Unassisted, the Stryker Power Pro 2 cot will lift 700 pounds, while the cot currently in use by the Boyceville ambulance service needs help at 300 pounds, said…

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Former Colfax man pleads “not guilty” on sexual assault charges

By Editor | November 15, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  MENOMONIE — Following a preliminary hearing, a 36-year-old former Colfax man now living in Boyceville has pleaded not guilty in Dunn County Circuit Court on four felony counts related to the sexual assault of a child. Daniel Z. Sims appeared with his attorney, Shirlene Perrin, before Judge James Peterson for a…

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Jamie Olson inducted into George Martin Wrestling Hall of Fame

By Editor | November 8, 2022

GREEN BAY — In the eyes and minds of many of his wrestlers –past and present, coaching colleagues, and avid Bulldog fans, Jamie Olson was already a Hall of Fame coach, but it became official this past Friday evening, November 4. That’s when Olson, who has spent the past 23 years teaching and guiding Boyceville…

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BV schools to host Veterans’ Day programs

By Editor | November 8, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community School District will hold a pair of Veterans’ Day programs this Friday, November 11. The Boyceville High School/Middle School will hold its annual program at 10:00 a.m. in the gymatorium. Tiffany Creek Elementary students will honor all past and present verterans with a Veterans’ Day program at 1:30 p.m. that…

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Boyceville school board approves final budget numbers, sets levy and mill rate

By Editor | November 1, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — At its October 26 regular meeting, the Board of Education for the Boyceville Community School District approved the 2022-23 budget and set the levy. The board also approved a pair of hires and accepted several donations. With just three members present – Jeremy Mittlestadt, who served as acting president, Erik Evenson and Amber…

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Kavu Coffee House perking up business in Boyceville

By Editor | October 25, 2022

By Missy Klatt BOYCEVILLE – Jeremy and Megan Mittlestadt have brought another small business to Boyceville. As Jeremy likes to say we are reinvesting in Boyceville. Six years ago Jeremy started Mosquito Hunters and now their latest adventure is Kavu Coffee House. Both Megan (nee Williams) and Jeremy are 1998 graduates of Boyceville High School.…

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Former Boyceville man charged with election fraud reportedly awaiting deportation

By Editor | October 25, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  MENOMONIE   —  A 30-year-old former Boyceville man charged with election fraud is reportedly in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and is awaiting deportation. Antonio Antunez-Sandoval is charged with one felony count of election fraud and one misdemeanor count of using fraud to obtain an identification card. Antunez-Sandoval was…

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