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CORRECTION

The date that appears in this week’s Tribune Press Reporter for the Glenwood City Council Meeting for next week should read: Monday, May 16, 2022. The agenda items and time as presented are correct. The Tribune Press Reporter regrets the error.

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Fire consumes home in Dunn Township, takes one life

UPDATE: The victim in the fire has been identified as, 20 year old Gustavo A. Xicalhua Tlaxcola. Early morning on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at approximately 1:58 a.m., the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office and the Menomonie Fire Department responded to a call from an individual who advised of a structure fire at a residence located at…

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Glenwood City Ribbon Cutting

A RIBBON CUTTING ceremony was held as part of the City of Glenwood City’s Grand Opening celebration for its new municipal building this past Saturday, April 30. Participating in the ribbon cutting were from left to right: Brandee Swenby, deputy clerk-treasurer; Shari Rosenow, clerk-treasurer; John Larson, mayor, Rochel Karlson, Glenwood City Public Library director; and…

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National Letter of Intent Signed

ANOTHER MOUNDER SIGNS TO COMPETE AT THE COLLEGIATE LEVEL — Elk Mound senior Kara Edington (center) became the second Mounder athlete in less than a month to sign a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to particpate in college athletics. Edington was joined by her mother Kelly Edington (left) and her father Brad Edington (right) for…

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Driver Jailed for OWI

DRIVER JAILED FOR DRIVING INTOXICATED – A St. Croix County Sheriff’s deputy arrested Mathew Mara, 46 of Clear Lake Sunday evening after he drove his car into the ditch on County Highway D, a half mile south of Forest. He was able to get out of the vehicle without help. Glenwood City Ambulance and Fire…

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National Letter of Intent

ELK MOUND senior Hannah Larson (pictured in the center) signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Augsburg University last Wednesday, March 23. Hannah was joined at the signing ceremony by her grandmother Helen Larson (left) and her father Matt Larson. —photo submitted

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A BIG EXCAVATOR is shown taking down a portion of a second-story classroom wall of the former Glenwood City Elementary School last Thursday, March 17. Much of the structures that served as both the elementary and high schools have been leveled. —photo by Shawn DeWitt

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Old School Comes Down

COMING DOWN — Workers from Albrightson Excavating started to raze the old school in Glenwood City. The building has sat empty since the school moved almost thirty years ago. In the above photo you can see heavy machinery working at taking down the gym, which was built in 1937. —photo by Carlton DeWitt

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Boyceville Airport Booster Club Hosts Aviation Class

The Boyceville Airport Booster Club (BABC) hosted the students and faculty of the Cameron High School Aviation Class. The students were treated to a day of mentorship and hands-on aviation education. The BABC is celebrating it’s 50th year and is a nonprofit organization with a focus on youth aviation education. The BABC has had a…

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