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STATE BOUND: Boyceville baseball to make second ever state appearance following sectional sweep

By Amber Hayden CHIPPEWA FALLS — It is hard to beat solid pitching and good hitting. And Boyceville demonstrated both in last Tuesday’s sectional baseball tournament. The Bulldogs’ got lights out pitching from sophomore hurlers Connor Sempf and Walker Retz along with timely hitting and run production to boost Boyceville to its first sectional championship…

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Strategists agree Wisconsin will play pivotal role in 2020 election

By WisPolitics.com Top strategists on opposite sides of the aisle are divided over President Trump’s reelection prospects this cycle, though they agree Wisconsin is a key stop on the road to the White House. While GOP operative Keith Gilkes argued at a WisPolitics.com luncheon on May 7 in Madison that Trump’s incumbency advantage and other…

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Updates on construction projects given to Boyceville Village Board

The Village Board heard from at least eight different people about ongoing and future construction projects in the village including the resurfacing of the airport runway. The board also heard about the planned playground improvements at Pafko Park, and  donation from the Boyceville Lions Club. Eric Evenson of MSA Professional Services out of Rice Lake…

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Comfort Keepers to Celebrate National Day of Joy

In 2018, Comfort Keepers launched a brand refresh rooted in Elevating the Human Spirit. The brand refresh was driven by research that illuminated the principle that seniors desire in their lives the same things that we all do – connectedness, love, meaning, purpose and hope. Joy is an emotion that has resonated with adult children,…

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BVSB special meeting

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Board of Education held a special meeting on Wednesday, June 5, to discuss the upcoming personnel changes for both the Middle School and High School. Most of the changes that will take place are the changing of coaches for the upcoming school year. The Board also discussed in…

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Judge determines Michelle Englin competent to stand trial

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  —  A Dunn County judge has determined that Michelle S. Englin, 40, of Wheeler is competent to proceed in the case filed against her regarding sex crimes involving children. Judge James Peterson issued his decision at a court hearing June 3 based on a report by Dr. Donna Minter, a…

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Tiffany Creek stream bank project still on schedule

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — The Tiffany Creek stream bank project is still on schedule according to Superintendent Kevin Sipple. The project that has been in the works, in conjunction with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), was started in December of 2018 and should be completed in mid-August at the latest. “The tree removal…

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Rubusch donation begins the funds for Boyceville Library move

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — Hannah Rubusch, who was 100 at the time of her death, has left part of her estate to the Boyceville Public Library. Library director Ginny Julson was in shock because in her time as the director she couldn’t remember ever seeing Rubusch in the library. “I have worked here since…

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