Boyceville

Town of Sherman reportedly wants to leave Boyceville fire district

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE   —  The Town of Sherman reportedly wants to leave the Boyceville Community Fire District. Cory Green, Boyceville fire chief, said he had received a telephone call several days before the September 12 meeting of the Boyceville fire board from Jack Baus, Menomonie fire chief, saying that the Town of…

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Boyceville community welcomes new nutrition business with open arms

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE – To two Boyceville natives Mary Larson and her daughter Chelsea Reitz wanted to find ways of helping the community to feel happier and healthier through the way of nutrition. The mother-daughter due teamed together a year ago in June after visiting Rize in Menomonie and decided they wanted to find…

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League of Women Voters to observe National Voter Registration Day

MENOMONIE – League of Women Voters of Greater Chippewa Valley this week announced activities planned for National Voter Registration Day, Sept. 25. “With midterms and governor races happening in a few weeks, every eligible American voter should exercise his or her right to be heard at the ballot box this year and next,” says Kitz…

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League of Women Voters to host Assembly District 29 Forum

MENOMONIE – League of Women Voters of Greater Chippewa Valley this week announced a forum for the three candidates for Assembly District 29 on  Sept. 25, 6:30 p.m. in the community room of the Judicial Center, 615 Stokke Parkway, Menomonie.  Candidates to represent Assembly District 29 are: Republican Rob Stafsholt, Libertarian Brian Corriea and Democrat…

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Foreign exchange students attending Glenwood City and Boyceville schools

Students at Glenwood City and Boyceville High Schools will get an extra lesson in geography this year when they welcome new international exchange students. Francesco Tietolo from Italy and Azra Ibrahimagic from Bosnia and Herzegovina are attending Glenwood City while Ade Harpil from Indonesia, Cholponai Batyrbekova from Kyrgyzstan and Yaiza Granda from Spain are students…

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Judge finds probable cause for New Haven arson

MENOMONIE  —  A Dunn County judge has found probable cause and has set an arraignment hearing for two suspects accused of setting a double-wide trailer house on fire in the Town of New Haven. Jonathan G. Hopkins, 35, and Jamie M. Schewe, 34, appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court before Judge Rod W. Smeltzer for…

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Three new teachers start at Boyceville schools this fall

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  —  Three new teachers will be working in the Boyceville school district when school starts September 4. In addition to three new teachers, the Boyceville school district also has hired Tyler Moy as the new principal for Boyceville High School and Boyceville Middle School. The new teachers include Jackie Giedd…

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Boyceville village board sees overview for the proposed Main Street project

BOYCEVILLE — Erik Evenson of MSA Engineering, Architects and Surveying of Rice Lake presented a preliminary overview of the Boyceville’s $1.3 million Main Street project during a special meeting of the village board of trustees held last Wednesday. Evenson reviewed the scope of the project with trustees telling them it would encompass the reconstruction of…

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