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It’s the Tribune’s birthday

With this issue the Tribune Press Reporter is celebrating its 133rd birthday and our masthead will now display volume 134. We are the oldest business in Glenwood City having been started by a firm of Hunting and Cone in 1889 in a building on First Street.  The Tribune Press Reporter has not always been called…

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Joint Review Board approves Boyceville’s TID-4

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE   — The Boyceville Joint Review Board has given final approval for Tax Increment Finance District 4. The Joint Review Board for TID-4 was formed on August 24, and then the Boyceville Plan Commission held a public hearing on the proposed TID, said David Rasmussen of MSA Professional Services out…

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Katie Swenby helping Thrivent grow in Glenwood City

By Missy Klatt Katie Swenby joined the Thrivent office of Joan Bartz in December of 2021 as an insurance associate but it wasn’t until this past August 1st that she became a fully licensed financial advisor with the ability to sell all of Thrivent’s products. The path that got her to this spot had many…

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The Memories set for 50th anniversary concert in Boyceville October 2

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  — It’s been a while since all three of The Memories have played together. Twelve years since their last reunion. This time around, John Lynch, Warren Petryk and Tim Stevens will be celebrating their 50th anniversary as The Memories with a concert in downtown Boyceville Sunday, October 2. The Memories…

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CHS offers 37 credits of college level courses

By LeAnn R. Ralph  COLFAX  —  Colfax High School is offering a variety of classes that allow students to earn up to 37 credits at the college level. The credits are accomplished through the Early College Credit Program for Universities and the Start College Now program for technical schools, said John Dachel, Colfax High School…

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Nine new staff members welcomed at Colfax Board of Education meeting

By LeAnn R. Ralph  COLFAX  —  All together, nine new staff members introduced themselves to the Colfax Board of Education at the September 19 meeting.  Hughes Annie Hughes is the high school special education cross categorical teacher. Hughes taught at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School for five years. Hughes and her husband moved to the area because…

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Off The Publisher’s Desk 9-28-2022

Who is your master? The other night I was watching a movie on TV featuring college students in a university in Europe and in one of movie’s make believe classrooms the statement was made. “Of all the animals on earth, only humans need a master to live.” That put my mind into gear and I…

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“An Evening Dark and Dreary” October 1 at Cozy Theater

By LeAnn R. Ralph  COLFAX — “An Evening Dark & Dreary — The Tales of Edgar Allan Poe” will be presented at the Colfax Municipal Building Auditorium’s  Cozy Theater Saturday, October 1. Nate Plummer of Stage Door Unlocked Productions will take the stage as Edgar Allan Poe to perform dramatic readings of “The Tell Tale…

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