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School Safety Grant will help upgrade buildings’ security GC superintendent tells school board

GLENWOOD CITY — Tim Johnson, superintendent of Glenwood City Schools, told board members at their regular July meeting Monday evening, that the recent award of School Safety Grant from the Wisconsin Department of Justice “will truly benefit the schools’ safety”. Glenwood City received a grant of $78,820 to improve and enhance security and safety measures…

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Austin Sandow chosen as City Council member

It took the City Council three rounds of voting to chose a new Council member to serve out the unexpired term of Nancy Hover. Hover, who moved out of the country, resigned her seat on the Council and the five remaining members accepted her resignation.

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Eight staff members retire from Glenwood City School District

GLENWOOD CITY — This past June not only saw the end of another school year for the Glenwood City School District but the retirement of eight valued staff members. Teachers Diane Nelson, Joanie Branigan, Sandy Utphall, Lorna Tiberg and Kris Kielmeyer along with support staff members Carol McCarthy, Mary Mahoney and Rick Tiberg retired from…

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Two Jean Maries reunite after 57 years

submitted by Jean Booth Ray Wall was an ag teacher in Glenwood City in the fifties. He and his wife, Marguerite, had a daughter by the name of Jeanne Marie. They wanted their daughter to be able to experience farm life and also be in a 4-H club.

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Glenhaven-Havenwood Happenings – 7-18-2018

Glenhaven News –July 7-13th The Forest Timberwolves came on Sunday to do a mini-fair with the residents, showing them their fair projects. They also played Bingo with them after their fair demonstrations. Thanks 4-Hers! Christ the King Church followed with services, and the Menonite singers were here in the evening to entertain.

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Dunn County Democrats office grand opening

MENOMONIE – The Dunn County Democrats invite ALL to the Grand Opening of their Menomonie Office, 710 4th Street E, on Monday, July 30, 4- 6 pm.  Local candidates have been invited.  Refreshments will be served and friendships will be made and strengthened.

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Food distribution set for July 21

Food distribution, sponsored by the Food Harvest Ministry, Inc., will be held Saturday, July 21, 2018 at the United Methodist Church, 804 St. John Street, Boyceville, from 8-10 a.m.

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