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Boyceville Community Schools has five staff members retire

By Editor | June 7, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community School District lost a lot of experience and knowledge when five of its staff members took retirement at the end of this school year.  Transitioning to new adventures after serving  the children and parents of the Boyceville district for many years are Bonnie Barker, director of special education and school…

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Boyceville’s Sgt. Rud receives Green Bay Packers Protect & Serve Award

By Editor | June 1, 2022

The Green Bay Packers this week honored several exemplary local law enforcement officers as the Packers Protect & Serve Award winners, recognizing them for going above and beyond the call of duty within the state of Wisconsin. The winners received a special award and a $2,000 grant to benefit their department or a nonprofit. They…

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Boyceville school board accepts resignation of one biology teacher, hires another

By Editor | May 24, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOCYEIVLLE — The Boyceville Board of Education accepted the resignation of one biology teacher and hired a replacement at the May 18 meeting. Jenna Willi said in her letter dated May 6 that she intended to resign as the Life Science teacher at Boyceville High School at the end of the…

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Area Storm Damage and Flooding

By Editor | May 17, 2022
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Boyceville ambulance district board considering downgrading to basic service

By Editor | May 17, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  —  The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board is considering downgrading from an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician service to an EMT-basic service. If the Boyceville ambulance service downgrades to an EMT-basic service, that will allow more flexibility in staffing, said Wayne Dow, ambulance service director, at the Boyceville ambulance board’s May…

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Marathon County man charged with BHS terrorist threats pleads not guilty by reason of mental disease

By Editor | May 17, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  MENOMONIE   —  A 20-year-old Weston man charged with terrorist threats, a bomb scare and intimidation of a victim in connection with an incident at Boyceville High School has pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. Alexander J.D. Tillou, along with his attorney Richard Louis…

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Audit report: Boyceville ambulance service had $34,000 discrepancy in 2020

By Editor | May 17, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  — The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board finally has the long-awaited audit report for 2020, and there is a $34,000 discrepancy for medical supplies. Peter Score, chair of the Boyceville ambulance board and representative for the Town of Sheridan, handed out the audit reports from Clifton-Larson-Allen LLP at the board’s…

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Village Board ponders Anderson Hill subdivision improvements

By Editor | May 10, 2022

BOYCEVILLE—The Village Board spent some time talking about growing the community and doing further expansion at Anderson Hill subdivision, which is located south of the airport off State Highway 79. Village President Lukas Montgomery had a map of Anderson Hill for all members of the village board and he noted that there are some 103…

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Boyceville village board approves special assessment for Dollar General sidewalk, payback due end of 2023

By Editor | May 3, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE —  The Boyceville Village Board has approved a special assessment for a sidewalk to serve Dollar General with payback for the special assessment due at the end of 2023. During a public hearing held Monday evening, May 2, as part of a special Boyceville Village Board meeting, no members of…

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Statewide award highlights officer, Lisa Pederson’s career supporting students, staff

By Editor | May 3, 2022

Menomonie, Wis. — As a sergeant with the University of Wisconsin-Stout police, Lisa Pederson believes there are two equally important halves of her work as an officer. One involves enforcement of the law. The other involves reinforcement. The second half of the equation — working directly with and getting to know students and staff to…

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