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Kletscher has big ideas for Wood City Tavern

By Amber Hayden GLENWOOD CITY — For Kent Kletscher there had not been much thought to opening a business in Glenwood City, but now that Wood City Tavern is up and running he has made several plans for the near future. Kletscher, however, does not reside in Glenwood City. He and his family, wife Heidi,…

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Judge finds probable cause in case against GC man charged with 5th OWI

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — A Dunn County judge has found probable cause in a case involving a 45-year-old Glenwood City man charged with a fifth offense of operating a vehicle while intoxicated in connection with driving a moped in Menomonie. Nathan S. Voeltz appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court December 3 before Judge…

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Glenwood City Council approves a 40% rate increase for sewer utility

GLENWOOD CITY — In order to pay for the $2.3 million dollar upgrade to the City’s Waste Water Treatment facility, the City council approved a 40 percent increase in the rate for local customers. Sean Lentz, of Ehlers, the company that does the auditing for the city appeared before the Council at their monthly meeting…

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Boyceville accepts low bid of $50,750 to demolish old feed mill

By LeAnn R. Ralph BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Village Board has accepted the low bid of $50,750 from R.M. Schlosser Excavating out of Durand to demolish the old feed mill at 910 Main Street. The village received several bids to demolish the feed mill with a difference of about $75,000 between the low bid and…

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CVTC Board takes step toward referendum

EAU CLAIRE, WI – The Chippewa Valley Technical College District Board passed a resolution Thursday, Dec. 5 stating its intent to issue $48.8 million in bonds to fund facilities projects to address regional workforce needs. The resolution is a preliminary step towards a potential referendum in the Spring 2020 election. The next step is a…

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Retired Dunn County deputy dies in tractor accident

TOWN OF MENOMONIE  —  A 66-year-old retired deputy from the Dunn County Sheriff’s Department has died in a tractor accident after falling out of the bucket and being run over by the tractor. The victim has been identified as Craig S. Koser, who retired from the sheriff’s department in 2009 after 24 years of service…

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