Glenwood City

City purchases a new police car

Glenwood City will be getting a Dodge Charger for the police department. The City council approved the purchase of the Dodge at their regular monthly meeting on November 18. Council member Rob Unruh reported about the bids for the new vehicle and that with equipment the cost will be $34,922. He noted that the unit…

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Crane Town School history information donated to local History Society

GLENWOOD CITY—The Glenwood Area Historical Society recently received the history of the Crane Town School, district Number two, and a Treasurer’s book of that school. The school clerk for many years was Frank Slama who penned  a short history of the school which was located in Section 12 of Springfield Township near the present day…

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Accident near Cylon kept Hwy 64 closed for three hours

CYLON — On Thursday, November 7, at 6:31 p.m the St. Croix County Sheriffs office was called out to address 2043 Hwy 64 in the Town of Cylon for an accident between a semi driver and a farm tractor pulling a grain cart filled with corn. The tractor was driven by Dennis Berends, 67, of…

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Senior Monster Mash Bingo Bash

The Aging & Disability Resource Center and the Senior Center Board Coalition hosted the 15th Annual Senior Monster Mash Bash on Friday, October 25th at the Roberts Senior Center.  Many of the St. Croix County Senior Centers participants were on hand and enjoyed bingo, costumes and lunch of chili and apple crisp made by the…

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Spring Valley Stagehands present “A Charles Dickens Christmas Carol”

Submitted by Lori Peterson, Spring Valley Stagehands SPRING VALLEY, WI –The Spring Valley Stagehands’ 2019 theatre season will conclude with an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, adapted by CJ Breland. Directed by Liz Erickson and Mary Anderson, this classic tale recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a generally greedy, selfish, miserly person who…

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Glenhaven Happenings – 11-20-2019

Glenhaven News Nov. 9-15 Our week started out with music with John Lynch. Residents are liking his music a lot. Sunday was Catholic Communion, and church with Christ the King. We got everybody stretched out with exercises on Monday morning, and in the afternoon had a lively group participate in a crossword puzzle. We have…

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Asbestos removal at old school priced at $76,000, council learns

GLENWOOD CITY—The City Council learned that a cost estimate for asbestos abatement at the old school could be $76,000. Kevin Oium from Cedar Corporation gave that news to the Council at their regular monthly meeting of November 18. Oium noted that this was just an estimate from an abatement contractor that they have worked with.…

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Local processors participate in the 2019 Deer Donation Program!

Each year, hunters, meat processors, and food pantries help families in need by working closely with the Wisconsin DNR and its partners including: county land and water conservation departments, food pantries, charitable organizations, Hunt for the Hungry, and USDA-Wildlife Services who all help to implement and administer the program. This year marks the 20th anniversary…

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WestCAP announces Holiday Gift Program

The Holiday season is here, and if you’re like us, you’re asking “Where did 2019 go?” As we look forward to gathering with our family and sharing another joyous holiday celebration, there are many who are dreading this season. We want to lighten the burden felt by so many families right here in our community…

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