Elk Mound

Vote Next Tuesday – Colfax version

November sixth is just days away and it is a time when all Americans need to participate in their right to vote. The nation’s general election is all set and the choices that the voters make will determine how our country, state and community will appear in the future. Not only are we being asked…

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EM approves $2.9 million school tax levy

By LeAnn R. Ralph ELK MOUND —  The Elk Mound Board of Education has approved a property tax levy of $2.9 million for the 2012-2013 school year for the general fund and for referendum-approved debt service.

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Colfax/Elk Mound Church Directory – 10-24-2012

Colfax/Elk Mound Church Directory – 10-24-2012 [emember_protected] BAPTIST GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Aaron Blumer 515 East Street (Hwy 29 just north of Hwy 170) Boyceville, WI • 715-643-5011 Sun.: 10 a.m. Sun. School, Adult Bible Studies; 11 a.m. Morning Worship. Wed.: 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Schedule varies on the fifth Sun. of any month that…

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Sand Creek Chatter – 10-24-2012

Two weeks ago, Mary and Bob Hanson visited their daughter, Katie Lois and family in Oconomowoc, WI. On Friday and Saturday, Katie and Mary attended Women of Faith in Milwaukee. Saturday, Bob joined son-in-law, Matt Lois and grandson Adam and Adam’s Cub Scout den in hiking at Devil’s Lake in the Wisconsin Dells. On Sunday,…

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Larson running as incumbent for 67th Assembly district

By LeAnn R. Ralph COLFAX — Tom Larson (R-Colfax) has decided to run again for the position of representative for the state’s 67th Assembly district. Larson — who recently sold his business, Bear Valley Electric, to his sons — will be running against Democratic challenger Deb Bieging of Chippewa Falls in the November 6 election.

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Waiting Child -Tyrone

Tyrone is a handsome 15-year-old African American male with large brown eyes and black hair. He has an infectious smile that will light up the room, is very friendly and has a good sense of humor.

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Attending a Wisconsin college and not a state resident?

Go hunting and fishing in Wisconsin on the cheap MADISON – College students who are outdoors fan and who miss their favorite hunting and fishing haunts from their home state while in Wisconsin attending school are being offered a deal from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

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