Glenwood City

City Council hears of Library’s fall events

GLENWOOD CITY—The City Council heard from the local Library Director Katie Schneider about upcoming events planned by the Library. She informed the council that they would like to move events from inside the Library to the outside for this fall. Schneider spoke about a program that would partner with local businesses and meet at those…

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Holy Cross to Celebrate 50 Years

By Missy Klatt Glenwood City — On Sunday, September 22nd Holy Cross will be celebrating 50 years from when the corner stone was laid for the new Lutheran Church which became known as Holy Cross. The corner stone was put into place on September 21, 1969. Holy Cross will begin their festivities with worship at…

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Budget Committee approves funding for Farmer Mental Health Program

New Richmond – Friday, September 6, Representative Rob Stafsholt (R-New Richmond) issued the following statement after the Joint Committee on Finance approved increased funding for farmer mental health initiatives. “As a farmer, legislator, and member of the Suicide Prevention Task Force, I am very aware of the mental health issues many farmers are struggling with…

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Glenhaven-Havenwood Happenings – 9-18-2019

Glenhaven News September 7-13 Residents enjoyed movies from the library on Saturday. Sunday was the Rustic Lore parade, and three of our residents, Valentine Queen Gladys Best, King Orville Wittmer, and past Grand Marshal Olga Waters were riders on the float, as well as Tricia Quinn. Our float was also represented by the Little Acorns…

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New students at can apply at UW-Stout for free the week of Oct. 20-26

MENOMONIE — Students who are interested in attending University of Wisconsin-Stout in the fall of 2020 should mark Sunday, Oct. 20, through Saturday, Oct. 26, on their calendars. That week the university’s regular college application fee of $50 will be waived, and it will be free to apply to UW-Stout. The free application week applies…

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