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Havenwood Scoop – 11-25-2020

Monday night football made some Viking fans happy. The Vikings are looking better, but then who cares? The Vikings fans do! Our next big day was Wednesday. We had exercises in the morning and a craft session in the afternoon. For crafts we made big candy canes with a candy cane wire frame and ribbon…

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Glenhaven Happenings – 11-25-2020

Glenhaven News Nov. 14-20 Well, the time has come for deer hunting, or as it’s known in Wisconsin, “The Wearin’ of the Orange”. Good luck to all you hunters out there, and please be safe. If you can’t find any deer in the woods, just look close to any road! This week we did a…

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Woman survives four hours trapped in overturned vehicle

GLENWOOD CITY — An Amery woman survived after being trapped in an overturned vehicle for more than four hours early Saturday morning, November 21st. St. Croix County Dispatch received a phone call at about two in the morning from the woman, who stated that she was trapped in an overturned vehicle, but she did not…

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Communicable disease ordinance voted down by St. Croix County Board

HUDSON—The St. Croix County Board of Supervisors met to tackle one agenda item on Tuesday evening, November 17th. On that agenda was a proposed Covid-19 communicable disease ordinance that was forwarded to the full county board from the Health and Human Services subcommittee meeting of November 11th after several months of discussion and hearing from…

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BV school board approves move to remote learning

BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community School District, in its entirety, will be moving to a remote or online model of learning following the upcoming Thanksgiving break. Following a proposal from superintendent Nick Kaiser, in which he advocated for a “reset” to combat rising close contacts and positive cases due to COVID-19 within the district by…

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Rotary Club of Menomonie seeks applications for 2021 grants

In 2015, the Rotary Club of Menomonie worked closely with the Community Foundation of Dunn County to create a fund to be used for special projects that enhance the local community. In early 2021, a total of up to $6,050 will be awarded in individual grants of up $1,000 each to area organizations or groups. Interested parties…

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“Make the Safe Choice”: OWI impacts and implications in Dunn County

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — While incidents of Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) are trending downward in Dunn County, there were still 316 cases in 2019. An OWI conviction can have a variety of impacts and implications, ranging from fines to jail time to losing your driving privileges to having your insurance company refuse to…

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