Boyceville

A review of the top news headlines for October, November and December 2019 – Tribune Press Reporter

OCTOBER October 2: FIRE DESTROYS VACANT FARMHOUSE IN SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP: Fire destroyed a vacant farmhouse at 1176 Rustic Road Four in Springfield Township Thursday afternoon, September 26th. The Glenwood City Fire Department received the call at about 5 p.m. and responding firefighters found the building entirely engulfed in flames when they arrived at the scene.…

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BV School Board approves Aviation curriculum

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Board of Education has approved the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) high school Aviation curriculum for freshmen. “Beginning next year, we would like to offer freshmen the opportunity to take either Physical Science or the AOPA High School ninth grade curriculum,” middle/high school principal Tyler Moy said.…

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Sales tax money was never there, Boyceville Fire Chief tells board

BOYCEVILLE – Boyceville Fire Chief Cory Green informed the Community Fire District’s Board of Directors that the $30,750 in Sales Tax saving on the new fire station “was never there.” Green made that statement after Gilbert Krueger, Chairman of the Fire District questioned Green about how much money was still owned to the contractor. Green…

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A review of the top news headlines for July, August and September 2019

JULY July 3: KAISER NEW SUPERINTENDENT AT BOYCEVILLE SCHOOLS: For former Tiffany Creek Elementary principal Nick Kaiser, the move to superintendent was one of ease thanks to Kevin Sipple showing him the ropes. Kaiser moved into the Boyceville District in 2007 when he became the principal at TCE. SIPPLE RETIRES: After working in the Boyceville…

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Boyceville approves fire re-inspected fees

The Village Board approved a fee structure for fire inspection of commercial property within the village. It is a program that was requested by the local file inspector and will require the owners of commercial property to have their property re-inspected, following a violation of a fire code. The fire inspector will visit the property…

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5 Dunn County Board seats have no candidates for April election

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — Five Dunn County Board positions have no candidates for the April 7 election while the other districts have one candidate each. Nomination papers for the Dunn County Board election were due January 7. According to information posted on the Dunn County clerk’s website, the following districts do not have…

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Tiberg wins TPR Bowl Bash Contest

A local woman and man were the winners of the Tribune Press Reporter’s third annual College Bowl Bash contest. Lorna Tiberg took first place and Tim Moe finished second. Tiberg correctly picked 11 of the 12 bowl games that were listed in this year’s contest while Moe had picked ten correctly. Tiberg will receive $20…

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Dunn County Farm Bureau offers scholarships to high school seniors

Dunn County Farm Bureau will be granting up to four (4) $250.00 scholarships for high school seniors graduating in 2020.  This scholarship is open to all students with preference given to students from Dunn County Farm Bureau families. This scholarship will be based on the student’s past school and community activities. Scholarship recipients will be…

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