New Boyceville staff introduced to school board

By Editor | July 27, 2021

BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville board of education was introduced to seven of the school district’s newest members during its July 21 regular meeting held in the TCE Media Center. Superintendent Nick Kaiser began last Wednesday night’s meeting by welcoming the new staff members in attendance to the Boyceville Community School District and asked each to…

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800 FEET — The Town of New Haven has spent nearly $60,000 fixing 800 feet of 1330th Avenue so the road would not flood every spring, and now the state Department of Natural Resources wants the town to put the road back the way it was. — Photo by LeAnn R. Ralph

Town of New Haven could face enforcement action from DNR

By Editor | July 27, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph TOWN OF NEW HAVEN —  The New Haven Town Board was only trying to fix a road so town residents could safely reach their property without driving through flood water every spring. The state Department of Natural Resources does not see it that way. According to the DNR, New Haven has…

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WestCAP starts 2021-22 Operation Back to School Drive

By Editor | July 27, 2021

West Central Wisconsin Community Action Agency (West CAP) is pleased to announce that we will once again be providing kids with school supplies through our Operation Back to School program for the Menomonie, Elk Mound, Colfax, Boyceville, and Glenwood City School Districts. In 2019 we were able to give over 250 students entering pre-Kindergarten through…

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Marguerite Blodgett to retire from Boyceville Public Library

By Editor | July 20, 2021

By Missy Klatt BOYCEVILLE – After 35 years at the Boyceville Public Library, Marguerite Blodgett is ready to close the book on that chapter of her life as she is set to retire on July 27th. The Library will be honoring her years of service with an open house on Tuesday the 27th from 12-5pm.…

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Sorensen appointed to Boyceville Village Board

By Editor | July 13, 2021

In a carry over item from the June meeting of the Boyceville Village Board was the appointment for the open seat on the Village Board. Village President Lukas Montgomery noted that several names had been brought up during that June meeting and that he was ready to appoint Keith Sorensen to fill the open seat.…

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Village board hears about airport bids, economic development and broadband

By Editor | July 13, 2021

BOYCEVILLE — The Village Board heard several reports concerning village activities and requests for monetary support from several identities. Village President, Lukas Montgomery, informed board members that Airport Manager, Joel Timblin, who is out of town sent him information about the recent bid openings for the improvements at the airport. Montgomery noted that the bids…

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Boyceville man dies in Town of Lucas motorcycle crash

By Editor | July 13, 2021

TOWN OF LUCAS — A Boyceville man has died following a motorcycle crash that happened last Friday evening in Dunn County’s Lucas Township. Kevin Edgemon, 49 of Boyceville, succumbed to the injuries he received in the accident and died the following day. The Dunn County Communications Center received a report of the single-motorcycle crash on…

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Free airplane rides available at Boyceville Municipal Airport

By Editor | July 13, 2021

BOYCEVILLE —  Free airplane rides will be available at the Boyceville Municipal Airport this Saturday. EAA Chapter 631 will host Young Eagle flights for youth eight to 17 years old (weather permitting) at the Boyceville Municipal Airport on Saturday, July 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The airport is located at 735 Airport Camp…

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Kaiser tells Boyceville board budget in limbo

By Editor | July 6, 2021

BOYCEVILLE — “We have a lot of unknowns,” Superintendent Nick Kaiser told the Boyceville Board of Education during a discussion on the 2021-2022 Fund 10 preliminary budget during the June 23 meeting which was held in the Tiffany Creek IMC. Kaiser began his budget discussions by stressing to board members that the upcoming year’s budget…

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Dunn County judge clarifies Ted Lopez sentence

By Editor | June 29, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE —  A Dunn County judge has clarified the sentence for a 43-year-old former Boyceville man convicted of sex crimes involving children who is sentenced to more than 100 years in prison and more than 50 years of extended supervision. Ted Lopez appeared through video conferencing from the Jackson Correctional Institute…

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