Boyceville

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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Boyceville school board approves preliminary budget for 2018-2019

BOARD TO MOVE MEETINGS TO WEDNESDAYS BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville board of education unanimously approved a preliminary budget for the forthcoming 2018-2019 year during Monday evening’s regular board meeting held in the IMC at Tiffany Creek Elementary. District administrator Kevin Sipple asked for and received approval for a 2018-2019 budget with total expenses of $9,027,818 during the June 18 regular…

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State Assembly Representative Rob Stafsholt to speak with Glenwood citizens

GLENWOOD CITY –  Rob Stafsholt, the state assembly representative for District 29, will be visiting Glenwood City on June 27th at 7:00 p.m. to discuss local concerns and hear citizen comments. The event will be held at the Glenwood City Community Center, located at 217 W Oak Street. Stafsholt’s office originally contacted the Glenwood City’s…

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What makes the Boyceville area unique? How can we improve Boyceville?

BOYCEVILLE, WI — Ideas from Boyceville area residents are needed on how to make the Boyceville community an even better place to live, work, and play. The Build a Better Boyceville Committee is distributing a quality of life survey to area residents to help guide a community branding and placemaking effort beginning this summer.

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Village Board hears reports, grants use permit for adult family home

BOYCEVILLE — The village Board heard several reports on village activities, granted operators licenses, reduced the price of lots at Anderson Hills and granted a Conditional Use Permit for an adult family home. Holly Coombs appeared before the Board during a Public Hearing Monday evening to explain her request for that permit to allow her…

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UPDATE: Missing Wheeler man found dead

WHEELER — A Wheeler man that was reported missing last Wednesday, June 6 was found dead the following day after an apparent ATV accident. 30-year-old Joseph Tiremen was found deceased around 10:43 a.m. on Thursday, June 7 by the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of Ace Helicopters just off 610th  Street in the…

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Boyceville High School Class of 2018 awarded more than $467,000 in Scholarship and Academic Awards

The Boyceville High School Class of 2018 had their Awards and Scholarship Program on Sunday, May 20th. Twenty six students received recognition for their academic and volunteer efforts that evening. The program was started with a welcome address from Principal Mr. Steve Glocke, focusing on student achievement and commitment to excellence. The awards were presented…

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