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Former Boyceville woman charged with false reporting of an emergency

By Editor | January 11, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  —  A 50-year-old former Boyceville woman has been charged with the false reporting of an emergency for saying she was being held hostage by her 56-year-old ex-boyfriend. Lynn A. Nieznanski, also previously known as Lynn Field, appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court January 6 before Judge Luke Wagner on two…

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No contests noted for Boyceville School Board

By Editor | January 11, 2022

Only the two incumbents have filed for re-election to the Boyceville School Board. They are Tim Sempf and Jeremy Mittlestadt.

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No papers filed for Boyceville Village board

By Editor | January 11, 2022

The deadline for filing nomination papers to run for a seat on the Boyceville Village Board was at five o’clock in the afternoon of Tuesday, January 4th. That time came and went and Darlene Lee, the Village Clerk/Treasurer had not received any papers from any one person to run to fill the three open seats.…

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Boyceville airport reconstruction scheduled to start in spring

By Editor | January 11, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — During the regular meeting of the Boyceville Village Board, President Lukas Montgomery read an email from Airport Manager Joel Timblin about activities at the Airport. In Timblin’s report, he indicated that the reconstruction project at the airport is scheduled to start this spring. “The State has secured all the funds for both parts…

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Boyceville substitute teacher charged with disorderly conduct

By Editor | January 11, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  —  A substitute teacher in the Boyceville school district has been charged with one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct in connection with an incident involving a student. Mark G. Mastalir, age 62, of Menomonie, was scheduled for an initial appearance in Dunn County Circuit Court before Judge Luke M. Wagner…

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DC PR&D approves variance for Bartz property in Town of New Haven

By Editor | January 4, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  — The Dunn County Planning, Resources and Development Committee has approved a variance for subdividing a property in the Town of New Haven that waives the requirement for 10,000 contiguous square feet two feet above the floodplain. Mark and Renee Bartz own 160 acres in the Town of New Haven,…

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Boyceville FFA members attended a field trip to Conklin’s Tree Farm in Wheeler on December 11th. Owner and Boyceville FFA alumni member, Cathy Bauer, took members on a tour of the different tree plots where they learned the ins and outs of what tree farming entails, as well as how trees at Conklin’s are sustainably grown and harvested. Members also had the opportunity to help assemble and decorate wreaths, help customers, and play with the resident kittens. After the tour at Conklin’s, FFA members toured Sam’s Christmas Village in Somerset. Fun was had by all! Pictured from L to R: Boyceville FFA Advisor Jenna Behrends, Jadynn Traxler, Gabby Nelson, Kaylin Laursen, Olivia Jones, Abby Bauer, and Jamie Lehmann. —photo submitted

Boyceville FFA visits Conklin’s Tree Farm

By Editor | December 28, 2021
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Boyceville ambulance service still looking for EMTs — board members & citizens air concerns

By Editor | December 28, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  —  When one person works 300 hours in two weeks — that does not seem very sustainable. Wayne Dow, director of the Boyceville Community Ambulance Service, reported at the ambulance district board’s December 15 meeting that in the month of November, there was one EMT on duty 57.8 percent of…

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Boyceville ambulance district approves condition of employment agreement

By Editor | December 21, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  —  The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board has approved a condition of employment agreement that stipulates EMTs must reimburse Boyceville for the full cost of training if they stop working for the district within 24 months. Wayne Dow, director of the Boyceville ambulance service, reported at the December 15 meeting…

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BV school board approves Spanish trip for June of 2023

By Editor | December 21, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE   — The Boyceville Board of Education has given its blessing for a Spanish trip to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico scheduled June 5 to June 12, 2023. School board members asked Tyler Moy, Boyceville High School principal, at the board’s December 15 meeting how many students had signed up…

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