Tribune Press Reporter: A review of the top news headlines for January, February, and March 2020

By Editor | December 29, 2020

JANUARY January 1: BOS REALTY OPENS OFFICE IN GC: Glenwood City residents will see a familiar face when going into the new Bos Realty office as Jennifer Kuehl will be Bos’s local real estate agent. There are three offices of the company, which was started just 14 months ago by Curtis Nelson of Balsam Lake,…

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Review of Boyceville schools learning model draws questions from board member

By Editor | December 22, 2020

BOYCEVILLE — During the Boyceville Board of Education’s monthly meeting held Wednesday, December 16, a review and update of the Boyceville School District’s learning model drew questions from one of its school board members. District superintendent Nick Kaiser, who appeared at this month’s meeting via Zoom, had just finished taking school board members through a…

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Judge approves deferred prosecution agreement on drug charges for Boyceville man

By Editor | December 22, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  — A Dunn County judge has approved a deferred prosecution agreement for a Boyceville man charged with possession of cocaine with intent to deliver. Robert J. Rieckenberg, age 43, appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court with his attorneys, T. Gregory Amann and Ryan Pacyga on December 14 before Judge James…

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Gilbertson resigns from Village Board

By Editor | December 15, 2020

BOYCEVILLE—Long time Village Board member, Bud Gilbertson has resigned his seat as a Trustee on the board and was not present at their regular meeting of December 14th. In his letter to the board, Gilbertson stated that according to the Village Attorney, he could not serve as Trustee and hold a position of employment at…

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Man believed headed to Boyceville with meth bound over for trial in Dunn County

By Editor | December 15, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — A Dunn County judge has found probable cause and has bound a 35-year-old Chippewa Falls man over for trial who was believed to be transporting methamphetamine to Boyceville. Justin M. Barnard, who was in custody, appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court with his attorney, Shelly Tomtschik, before Judge James…

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Bail set at $5,000 cash for man believed headed to Boyceville with methamphetamine

By Editor | December 8, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE —  Bail has been set at $5,000 cash for a Chippewa Falls man being tracked with a large shipment of methamphetamine and believed to be in the process of transporting it from Menomonie to Boyceville. Justin M. Barnard, age 35, made an initial appearance in Dunn County Circuit Court November…

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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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2020 Veterans Day Boyceville

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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