Boyceville

Boyceville boy’s Santa letter inspires Santa’s Helper

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE  —  You just never know who reads the newspaper. And when this year’s Letters to Santa by third graders in the Boyceville school district were published, one letter stood out for a long-time subscriber to the Tribune Press Reporter. The letter was written by Jase Allen Hoyt, a third grade…

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2019 Coaches vs Cancer event at BHS

Players on the Boyceville and Colfax girls’ basketball teams stood in solidarity February 14 in the fight to end cancer. Together, players on both squads formed a ribbon in Boyceville’s High School gym to kick off the 8th annual “Coaches versus Cancer” fundraiser before donning their respectively school colors to do battle on the hardwood.…

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LTE – United States Postal Service – 2-20-2019

Dear Editor, Now that Polar Vortex Jayden has moved on and we are headed for a brief warm up, we need our customers’ help. Postal carriers have suffered serious injuries related to slips, trips and falls due to icy and snow covered walkways and porch steps. Preventing a slip or bad fall can be as…

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Village Board hears reports on Economic Development and Community Branding

BOYCEVILLE — The Village Board heard reports not only from Village officers, but from Eric Turner of the Dunn County Economic Development Corporation, Tobi LeMahied of the West Central Regional Planning Commission and Amanda Rydel, representing the Boyceville Area Community Branding. Turner spoke to the village board about the Broadband high speed Internet for the…

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Snowmobile accident in Colfax claims one life

COLFAX — On Saturday, February 9, 2019 at approximately 7:31 p.m., the Dunn County E-911 Center received a report of a snowmobile crash that occurred near the 8500 Block of 870th St. in the Township of Colfax in Dunn County. It was reported that the snowmobile operator, 29-year-old rural Boyceville resident, Brenden M. Schutts, was…

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Boyceville Library presents “To Be! Shakespeare Here and Now”

The Boyceville Public Library is pleased to present “To Be! Shakespeare Here and Now” on Monday, February 11th at 6:30pm.  The show is a one-person interactive presentation, featuring actor Ron Fry as William Shakespeare.  Dynamic interpretations of excerpts from some of Shakespeare’s most famous works are combined with a humorous look at life in Renaissance…

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