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2021 BOYCEVILLE HOMECOMING COURT — This year’s homecoming king and queen, Peyton Ponath and Lacota Brown, were chosen at the conlcusion of the Pep Fest Friday afternoon, October 1. The senior homecoming court is pictured above. From left to right are: Ryan Bauer, John Klefstad, Brian Johnson, Luca Pierre, King Peyton Ponath, Queen Lacota Brown, Madison Andrews, Julieanna Banyai, Hailey Webb, and Asha Haase. —photo by Shawn DeWitt

Boyceville Homecoming 2021

By Editor | October 5, 2021

   

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Boyceville ambulance district board reviews $417,000 budget for 2022, adds $17,000 for wages

By Editor | September 21, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board has reviewed a budget of $417,484 for 2022, but added $17,000 for Emergency Medical Technician wages. The 2022 budget of $417,484 includes a $2 per hour raise for the EMTs, so that the advanced EMTs will be paid $12 per hour, and the…

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FRIENDSHIP GARDEN in Boyceville has taken on a dinstinctive fall theme with pumpkins and colorful foliage. September 22 marks the start of fall. —photo by Shawn DeWitt

Friendship Garden in Boyceville

By Editor | September 21, 2021
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Boyceville fire board approves $221,000 budget for 2022

By Editor | September 21, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community Fire District Board has approved a budget of $221,368 for 2022, representing a 17 percent increase over the 2021 budget of $188,968, which amounts to an increase of $32,400. The budget was completed before the final numbers for the Boyceville reassessment were received, but the reassessment…

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BREAKING NEWS: Suspect arrested in connection with Dunn County Homicides, authorities searching for second suspect

By Editor | September 16, 2021

An update to the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office’s homicide investigation, late yesterday, warrants were issues for two suspects in connection with this homicide case. One of the suspects has been arrested on our warrant by St. Paul Police Department and is being held in the Ramsey County Jail. The suspect arrested is Darren Lee McWright…

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BREAKING NEWS: DC sheriff has “high degree of certainty” suspects in quadruple homicide no longer in the area

By Editor | September 15, 2021

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — Dunn County Sheriff Kevin Bygd says he has a “high degree of certainty” that the suspect(s) responsible for four homicide victims found in the Town of Sheridan Sunday afternoon are no longer in the area. “We are confident that this was a place these victims were randomly brought to,”…

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Village Board hears about housing study and issues in Dunn County

By Editor | September 14, 2021

BOYCEVILLE — The Village Board listened to a report on housing issues in Dunn County from two people from the West Central Wisconsin Planning Commission. The two were Diane Morehouse and Susan Badtke who spoke about the need to address the homeless problem in the county and the need for a housing study. Morehouse addressed…

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THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1961 from Boyceville High School celebrated its 60th class reunionAugust 25th in an airplane hangar on the Knapp area farm of Ron and Mary Purvis. Front row (L to R): Roberta (Lentz) Cochrane, Mary Ellen (Anderson) McIntyre, Mary (Riek) Lagerstrom, Carla (Suneson) Klingman, Mary (Noland) Gray and Jim Andrews. Back row (L to R): Charlene Pitzrick, JoAnn (Reetz) Klefstad, Pam Nosko, Don Heifner, Ron Purvis, Gary Harnisch, Gary Weber, Jerry Smith and Marlow Solberg. Martha Pakan is not pictured but was at the reunion but left before the photo was taken. —photo submitted

BHS Class of 1961 holds reunion

By Editor | September 14, 2021

   

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VICKY STRUPP — The new Methodist Minister for the Boyceville, Wheeler, and Prairie Farm churches. —photo by Missy Klatt

Strupp new Methodist Minister for Boyceville, Wheeler and Prairie Farm

By Editor | September 14, 2021

BOYCEVILLE – Starting July 1st there has been a new face leading the parishioners at the United Methodist church in Boyceville, Vicky Strupp. The smiling, Pastor Vicky also stands at the helm of the United Methodist churches in Prairie Farm and in Wheeler as it is a three point parish. Vicky, who grew up in…

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THE 2021 BOYCEVILLE Volleyball team has started its season under new head coach Jenna Berhends. High school members are pictured above. Front row (L to R): Olivia Ponath, Becca Wyss, Hailey Hanestad, Harper Olson, Madison Andrews, Hailey Hellendrung, Haley Stuart-Tollefson, Mackenzi Loback, Paige Mrdutt and Delaney Olson. Middle row (L to R): Ali McRoberts, Cambrie Reisimer, Kaitlyn Mittlestadt, Ali Ruhnke, Jacey Guy, Hannah Dunn, Gracie Gonzalez, Lacota Brown, Emily Fetzer and Abby Bauer. Back row (L to R): Torrie Bland, Elliona Staves, Andrea Jensen, Ella Holden, Libby Bygd, Lacy Link, Mariah Marvin, Cora Leslie, Kaci Fisher, Tori Stender, Makayla Nelson, Tayler Drinkman and Olivia Jones. Missing is Mackenzie Nelson. —photo by Rochelle Olson

Bulldog spikers look for improvement in 2021

By Editor | September 7, 2021

by Marlys Kruger Sports Correspondent BOYCEVILLE — After finishing with a 1-9 record in the short season a year ago, the Boyceville volleyball team, along with first-year head coach Jenna Behrends, have high hopes of improving on that record and making some noise in the regional tournament this year. Behrends will have to replace seven…

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