GC school board sets tax levy, makes long term investment

By Editor | October 27, 2020

GLENWOOD CITY—The School board Monday evening approved the tax levy to support the district for the coming year. The also approved transferring some $150,000 into long-term investments. District Superintendent Tim Johnson presented the board with the proposed tax levy needed to support the proposed budget that the board will address at their November 9th meeting.…

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STEVEN TUDAHL

Body cam footage may determine motion filed concerning man who crashed motorcycle in GC

By Editor | October 27, 2020

By LeAnn R. Ralph HUDSON — Depending on what missing footage shows from a police officer’s body camera, the St. Croix County district attorney’s office may concede on a motion to suppress statements in the case of  New Richmond man who crashed his motorcycle in Glenwood City. Steven Tudahl, 37, appeared from the St. Croix…

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New Dunn County deputies complete academy training

By Editor | October 27, 2020

EAU CLAIRE – Following a virtual and socially distanced graduation ceremony Oct. 14, the 16 members of the Chippewa Valley Technical College Law Enforcement Academy Summer 2020 graduating class went outside the Emergency Services Education Center and found they were not so alone after all. Usually, family members of the graduates and representatives of the…

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Glenhaven Scoop – 10-28-2020

By Editor | October 27, 2020

Sunday found fans on both sides of the aisle weeping.  The Vikings and the Packers lost.  A sad state of affairs.  Monday, after everyone recovered, was a good day.  There’s always tomorrow, right.  Wrong!  It could happen again.  Yikes! To help relieve the stress of the weekend we did some exercises.  That helped, temporarily at…

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Glenhaven Happenings – 10-28-2020

By Editor | October 27, 2020

Glenhaven News Oct. 17-23 Merry Christmas, everyone. You might know that to go along with the coronavirus, we would have the snowiest October ever. What a deal! At least the kids seem to appreciate the snow. On a much lighter note, we started last week off with our Halloween and fall trivia. The residents did…

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Sunnyside Shamrocks 4H October meeting

Sunnyside Shamrocks hold Oct. meeting

By Editor | October 20, 2020

Sunnyside Shamrocks 4-H Club met at Hinman Park at 5:00 on October 18th, 2020. We had 11 members and 5 adults in attendance. We took Covid precautions and sat at our own picnic tables, sanitized and wore masks. For roll call we discussed our favorite fall activity. The treasurer’s Report was nothing as we are…

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Bev Thompson with her jar ring pumpkin. —photo submitted

Glenhaven News – 10-21-2020

By Editor | October 20, 2020

Glenhaven News Oct. 10-16 As I write this article, there was sleet coming down on my way to work. So our changeable weather is getting much colder. Ick! The wind seems to want to blow every day also. We had many outdoor visits this week, but I have a feeling that’s not going to last…

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Hakki Min, his wife Esther, and their son Evan. —photo submitted

Willow River Parish introduces new minister

By Editor | October 20, 2020

The Willow River Parish is excited to welcome Hakki Min to the parish. He is the minister for a three-part charge in the United Methodist Church of Clear Lake, Deer Park, and Faith Family. His wife, Esther, and he were born and grew up in Korean Methodist families in South Korea. He came to California,…

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GC Old School building

City moving ahead with demolishing old school

By Editor | October 20, 2020

GLENWOOD CITY—The City Council approved a recommendation from the Planning Commission to demolish the old school building along East Oak and Third Street at their meeting Monday evening, October 19th. The school district moved out of that building almost thirty years ago and it has had several owners over that time. Recently, the city was…

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Compeer Financial awards grants To Emergency Response Departments

By Editor | October 14, 2020

SUN PRAIRIE, WI—Compeer Financial’s Fund for rural America, the Farm Credit cooperative’s giving program, has awarded 163 grants as part of their Emergency Response Equipment Program, totaling $450,166. Area Response Departments that received grants include the Glenwood City Fire Department, Boyceville Fire and Ambulance Departments. Emergency Response Equipment Grants help to offset the cost of…

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