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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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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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Boyceville Village Board approves new tax incremental finance district

At their regular monthly meeting, September 12th, the Boyceville Village board approved the creation of Tax Incremental Finance District Number 4. The new District includes a large part of the Village on the southeast side including the airport, Anderson Hill and land along State Highway 79 south of Nelson Drive. Kianna Lindh, a funding specialist…

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Boyceville fire district approves proposed budget of $207,618 for 2023

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  — The Boyceville Community Fire District Board has approved a proposed budget of $207,618 for 2023. The proposed budget considered at the September 14 meeting compares to an adopted budget of $221,368 for 2022 and an adopted budget of $161,334 for 2021. The proposed budget for 2023 includes $30,000 for…

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Boyceville ambulance district reviews proposed budget of $451,835 for 2023

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  —   The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board has reviewed a proposed budget of $451,835 for 2023, which compares to the 2022 budget of $435,200. The final budget will be available at the October meeting for the ambulance district board to review and take action, said Wayne Dow, director of…

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Several reports aired at Village Board

At it’s regular monthly meeting on Monday, September 12th the Village board heard several reports and the first was from Airport Manager, Joel Timblin who updated the board on the construction project at the airport that is nearing completion. He presented the board with current cost figures that indicated a total construction cost of $1,771,694.…

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Wastewater facility improvement plan approved at Boyceville

The Village Board accepted a wastewater facility plan as present by Pat Morrow from the engineering firm of MSA out of Rice Lake. The plan calls for upgrades to the Wastewater Treatment Facility’s lagoon aeration system as well as upgrades to the collection system including sewer rehabilitation and lift station upgrades. Morrow told the village…

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Wausau area man charged with terrorist threats at Boyceville High School sentenced to probation, jail time

By LeAnn R. Ralph  MENOMONIE  — A 20-year-old Weston man charged with making terrorist threats in connection with an incident at Boyceville High School has pleaded “no contest,” been found guilty and was sentenced to probation and 120 days in jail.  Alexander J.D. Tillou appeared with his attorney, Richard Louis Yonko, in Dunn County Circuit…

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Boyceville ambulance service awarded $30,600 in EMS-FAP grant funds

by LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  — The Boyceville Community Ambulance Service has been awarded an Emergency Medical Services Funding Assistance Grant (EMS-FAP) in the amount of $6,235 plus an additional $24,390 from American Rescue Plan Act funds. Wayne Dow, director of the ambulance service, reported on the grant at the Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board’s…

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Cucumber Festival – “Come on down to Pickle Town”

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE — Under the theme of “Come on down to Pickle Town,” this year’s Boyceville Cucumber Festival begins Friday, August 19, and ends on Sunday, August 21. Festival long events will include the 20th annual tractor show on Main Street, a softball tournament, food vendors, Vendors-R-Us vendor fair and the Golden…

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