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Havenwood Scoop – 1-13-2021

Welcome to the new year. I hope you all have a safe, happy and healthy new year. I think most of us are glad to see it go. There’s always hope and I’m hoping for a better year next year. It’s Elvis Presley’s birthday today so I think I’ll jump right in with some more…

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Glenhaven Happenings – 1-13-2021

Glenhaven News January 2-8 Are you all taking it a little easy now with the Christmas rush done? We had beautiful weather this year, which made traveling much nicer for a lot of families, I’m sure. Congratulations to Tricia, Jesse and Claira on the birth of their new son and brother! For those of you…

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Rep. Moses begins first term in office

MADISON – Clint Moses has officially begun his two-year term in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Rep. Moses (R-Menomonie) took the oath of office at a ceremony in the Assembly chambers Monday afternoon. “My constituents are my top priority,” said Rep. Moses. “I am excited to work for the 29th district ensuring they have a voice…

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Villages of Downing, Wilson caucus results

Village of Downing The results of the Village of Downing caucus that was held recently is as follows: For Village President, incumbent Greg Holden was nominated and for Village Trustee incumbent Jim Luepke, Laura Lee for Treasurer and Jennifer Lagerstrom for Village Clerk of Sue Petranovich. Village of Wilson In the Village of  Wilson incumbent…

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Who has filed for Spring Elections?

The Spring General Election on Tuesday, April 6th will decide who serves on local town, village, and school boards, and the City Council of Glenwood City. The city along with the school districts and the Village of Boyceville have nomination papers or letters of intent to place names on the April ballot. Townships hold a…

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Glenwood City school board hears report on impact of virtual learning

GLENWOOD CITY — The COVID-19 pandemic has had an effect on learning but many districts, especially those that have had to go fully virtually for any extended period of time, are discovering just how dramatic those effects can be on students’ academic performance. The Glenwood City School board learned just how important in-person instruction can…

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Witt named St. Croix County administrator

By Cara L. Dempski HUDSON — Interim County Administrator Ken Witt was named the county’s new full-time administrator during the January 5 regular meeting of the St. Croix County Board of Supervisors. The development came after a search involving a consulting firm, that yielded 11 other applicants. Supervisors who took part in the search committee,…

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DC PR&D directs staff to revise proposed manure storage ordinance

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE  —  Following a public hearing, the Dunn County Planning, Resources and Development Committee has directed land conservation staff to consider public comments and testimony and to bring a revised version of the proposed manure storage ordinance back to the committee. The PR&D committee held a public hearing on the proposed…

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