Boyceville

Village Board hears concerns about Boyceville’s community garden project

BOYCEVILLE — No good deed goes unpunished. It seems that the ongoing community garden project located at the corner of Main and East Streets in Boyceville has drawn the ire of the tenants in the rental property adjacent to the Village-owned lot. Village resident Trudie Chernak, one of the community garden’s coordinators along with Lonna…

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Bird awarded with $1,000 scholarship from WESTconsin Credit Union

BOYCEVILLE, WI—WESTconsin Credit Union, an advocate for education, has recently awarded ten $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors as part of the WESTconsin Scholarship Program. Recipients were selected based on a variety of criteria including community and school involvement, academic progress, financial need, career plans and goals. Haley Bird, Boyceville High School graduate, was…

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Preliminary hearing set for suspects in New Haven arson

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  —  A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for two suspects charged in connection with an arson in the Town of New Haven in August of 2014. Jonathan Hopkins, 34, and Jamie Schewe, 33, made an initial appearance in Dunn County Circuit Court June 26 before Judge Rod Smeltzer on one…

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Boyceville school district awarded $60,000 school safety grant

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  —  The Boyceville Community School District has been awarded a $60,000 school safety grant through the Wisconsin Department of Justice. “It’s a nice amount of money, and it will be well used,” said Kevin Sipple, school district administrator. The state Legislature set aside $100 million of general purpose revenue in…

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Dunn County residents desperate for more broadband access

By LeAnn R. Ralph TOWN OF STANTON   —  Although some parts of Dunn County have very good Internet access, progress is slow in other parts of the county, and residents would like to see much more improvement. State Representative Rob Stafsholt, 29th Assembly District, and Angie Dickinson, the state director of broadband for the…

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Hannah Rubusch celebrates 100th birthday

By Missy Klatt BOYCEVILLE – It’s not every day you meet someone who has lived for a century but this past Sunday, June 24th, I had the privilege of talking with Hannah Rubusch and many of her friends and relatives who love this centenarian as they celebrated her birthday at the Methodist church in Boyceville.

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