Bail set at $500,000 cash each for 3 suspects in Town of Dunn homicide

By Editor | November 25, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — Bail has been set at $500,000 cash for each of three suspects charged in connection with a homicide in the Town of Dunn. Ryan L. Steinhoff, age 37, Chad D. Turgeson, age 37 and Ashley A. Gunder, age 24, made an initial appearance in Dunn County Circuit Court before…

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BV school board approves move to remote learning

By Editor | November 23, 2020

BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community School District, in its entirety, will be moving to a remote or online model of learning following the upcoming Thanksgiving break. Following a proposal from superintendent Nick Kaiser, in which he advocated for a “reset” to combat rising close contacts and positive cases due to COVID-19 within the district by…

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TCE holds virtual Veterans Day ceremonies

By Editor | November 17, 2020

 

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Man who served as an Amery EMT has Boyceville ties

By Editor | November 17, 2020

Information for the following story, written by April Ziemer, came from the November 10th edition of the Amery Free Press. “Fire and EMS have always held a special place in my heart,” said Rick Van Blaricom, (Boyceville High School Class of 1962). Van Blaricom spent many years serving on the Amery Ambulance Service and the…

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Boyceville man found guilty of election fraud

By Editor | November 17, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE —  A 39-year-old Boyceville man has pleaded no contest and has been found guilty in Dunn County on one felony count of election fraud concerning illegal voting. Joshua D. Hitz appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court before Judge Rod W. Smeltzer November 9. Hitz waived his right to have an…

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Dunn County goes for Trump

By Editor | November 10, 2020

Dunn County also gave the incumbent President Donald Trump the most votes in the November 3rd election by a count of 13,176 to 9,909. Only the City of Menomonie favored Joe Biden in unofficial balloting with Biden collecting 3,879 votes in the City of Menomonie and Trump with 2,983. Incumbent Congressman Ron Kind was elected…

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Trump favored by large margin with St. Croix County voters

By Editor | November 10, 2020

St. Croix County favored President Donald Trump over his Democratic challenger Joe Biden by nine thousand votes. The county had 56,995 people casting ballots for the November 3rd Presidential Election. Only the City of Hudson cast more votes for the Biden/Harris team, with the rest of the county voters going to the Trump/Pence ticket. In…

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Tiffany, Stafsholt and Moses win November 3 election

By Editor | November 10, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph GLENWOOD CITY  — Incumbent Republican U.S. Congressman Tom Tiffany (7th Congressional District), Rob Stafsholt (Wisconsin’s 10th Senate District) and Clint Moses (Wisconsin’s 29th Assembly District) won the November 3 election. Congressman Tom Tiffany (R-Hazelhurst) faced challenger Trisha Zunker (D-Wausau) in the November 3 election for representative of Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District.…

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Jocelyn Wilson selected as Rotary Club of Menomonie Youth Volunteer Service Award winner

By Editor | November 10, 2020

Boyceville High School senior class member, Jocelyn Wilson, was selected as the Menomonie Rotary Club Youth Volunteer Service Award winner. Jocelyn is the daughter of Heidi and Ben Wilson, both from Boyceville. Jocelyn was recognized by the Rotary Club for her service above self, academic excellence and her positive contribution to the classroom. Ms. Karlene…

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Boyceville airport improvement work set for completion next year

By Editor | November 10, 2020

BOYCEVILLE — The Village Board listened to reports about village business, including a report from the Airport Manager Joel Timblin. Timblin was not able to be present at the regular monthly board meeting, but emailed his report to the Village Clerk/Treasurer, Darlene Lee. His report stated: “The runway reconstruction project is on track for a…

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