Boyceville board of education approves hirings and calendar, accepts grant monies

By Editor | February 23, 2021

BOYCEVILLE — During its regular monthly meeting held February 17, the Boyceville Board of Education approved hirings to fill a pair of vacant positions and accepted a nearly $3,000 donation from Merlyn and Shirley Jones. The Board also gave its approval of the proposed 2021-22 school calendar during last Wednesday’s meeting. Members unanimously approved the…

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TCE Kids Heart Challenge check

TCE participates in Kids Heart Challenge 2021

By Editor | February 23, 2021
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BV Science Olympiad Grace Ehlund and Brady Hellendrung

Boyceville HS earns medals in six events at the University of Cincinnati Invite

By Editor | February 23, 2021

The Boyceville High School Science Olympiad team competed at the virtual University of Cincinnati (OH) Invitational on February 13th with the varsity team placing 21st out of 98 teams from across the nation.  There were no divisions based on school size. Tournament championship gold medals were earned by seniors Nathan Corr and Grace Edlin in…

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Boyceville lists second quarter honor roll

By Editor | February 23, 2021

Boyceville Middle/High School Honor Roll for 2nd Quarter for the 2020-2021 school year. 7TH GRADE Johanna Antinucci, Aubrie Bachmann, Arieanna Banyai, William Engel, Zachary Hellendrung, Zoey Hellendrung, Zoey Hillstead, Chelsi Holden, Owen Konsti, Landyn Leslie, Bradley Maes, Corbin Nelson, Carson Roemhild, Owen Rydel, Karen Schaff, Ashlyn Sorensen, Samantha Stoveren, Isaac Williams, and Paytyn Zeits. 8TH…

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BEN STYER

Wisconsin FFA is unstoppable during unique year

By Editor | February 23, 2021

By Ben Styer, 2020-21 Wisconsin State FFA Vice President In a year when COVID has stopped so many of our traditional experiences, FFA members across Wisconsin are continuing to break down barriers and be unstoppable in the classroom and their communities as they celebrate National FFA Week, February 20-27, 2021. FFA is an agricultural-based leadership…

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BV Science Olympiad Elliona Staves

Boyceville High School finishes 3rd overall out of 33 teams at Slinger

By Editor | February 2, 2021

The Boyceville Middle and High School Science Olympiad teams competed at the virtual Slinger (WI) Invitational this past weekend with the high school team finishing 3rd out of 33 teams and the MS team winning the MS Satellite Tournament. Boyceville High School’s varsity team earned medals in 20 out of 30 events, including gold medals…

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Boyceville Science Olympiad Connor Sempf and Brady Hellund

Boyceville High School Science Olympiad earns medals in 12 Events at Westlake Invite; MS earns medals in 13 events in PA Invite

By Editor | January 19, 2021

The Boyceville MS & HS Science Olympiad teams participated last weekend at two virtual invitational tournaments, with the high school team competing at the Westlake (OH) Invitational and the middle school team competing at the Bayard Rustin (PA) Invitational. Earning tournament championship gold medals at the Westlake Invite were Madison Andrews and Lacota Brown in…

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BV GBB vs Colfax Cambrie Reisimer

BV girls fall in trio of games to open new year

By Editor | January 12, 2021

by Missy Klatt Sports Correspondent The first week of the new year wasn’t kind to the Bulldog girls’ basketball team as it dropped the first three contests of the year. Boyceville started 2021 off on the wrong foot, losing to Turtle Lake on the road, 29-48 on Tuesday, January 5th. And it didn’t get any…

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Snow removal on Safe Route to School sidewalks topic at Village board meeting

By Editor | January 12, 2021

BOYCEVILLE — The Village Board took up the subject of snow removal on the new sidewalks that were installed a couple of years ago as part of the Safe Route to School program. The village received grant monies to complete the project. At question now is who is responsible for snow removal on those sidewalks.…

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JUSTIN LAMM

Lamm graduates from Law Enforcement Academy

By Editor | December 29, 2020

EAU CLAIRE – After graduating from Chippewa Valley Technical College’s Law Enforcement Academy Tuesday, Dec. 15, Justin Lamm, 27, reflected on the first spark that led him toward a career in law enforcement and public service. He was five years old at the time. “In 1998, we had a house fire caused by a drier,”…

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