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Area Storm Damage and Flooding

By Editor | May 17, 2022
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Senators Baldwin and Daines lead senate introduction of WWII nurses congressional gold medal act

By Editor | May 17, 2022

Bipartisan Legislation Honors the Brave Women who Served in World War II as Members of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and U.S. Navy Nurse Corps WASHINGTON, D.C. – As America celebrates National Nurses Week, U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and Steve Daines (R-MT) led the Senate introduction of the WWII Nurses Congressional Gold Medal Act. …

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City buys computers for elected officials

By Editor | May 17, 2022

Responding to an editorial that appeared in the Tribune Press Reporter a couple of months ago suggesting that elected officials should not be using their own computers for officials business and then bring their computer to the public meetings. The idea is that an elected official’s private information is on computers they own and that…

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DATCP issues new order suspending movement of domestic birds to live events

By Editor | May 17, 2022

MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) has issued a new order prohibiting the movement of domestic birds to all live events, including shows, exhibitions and swap meets. The order comes as the state continues to see cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in domestic and wild birds.…

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Bartz honored for 75 years of service

By Editor | May 11, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — Robert P. Bartz was honored this past Tuesday, May 10 by Adoray Home Health & Hospice for his service in the U.S. Army. Bartz was also recognized by the local American Legion Winterling Post 232, of which he is a member, for his 75 years of continuous service to the American Legion.…

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Confirmation Sunday 2022

By Editor | May 10, 2022

FIVE youth were confirmed and welcomed into the membership at the Downing and Glenwood City United Methodist Churches Sunday, May 8. The confirmands are, from left to right, Sawyer Bischel, Colton Berends, Waylon Wagner, Kiley Leduc and Erica Bauman. —photo by Shawn DeWitt

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Havenwood Scoop 5-11-2022

By Editor | May 10, 2022

Well, I started writing my article and my pen broke, so now that I got a different one I can proceed (should have stolen it in the first place.) The week started out with exercises. After the weekend the fun and games start. Actually we have a few tenants that enjoy doing them. Something I…

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Glenwood City School Board approves personnel changes

By Editor | May 10, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — In an abbreviated open meeting of the Glenwood City School Board Monday night, May 9, and the executive session that followed, several personnel moves were approved. Under its consent agenda the board accepted several resignations including that of agriculture teacher and FFA advisor Sean VanderWaal. Also stepping down from their positions were:…

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Marigold Quilt Shop joins businesses on GC’s main drag

By Editor | May 10, 2022

By Missy Klatt The Marigold Quilt Shop owned by Karen Myers is the latest business to lay down roots on Oak St. in Glenwood City. Karen is actually the mom of Jason Fleming who owns the insurance agency in the same building.  One day not too long ago, Jason said “Mom do you still have…

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Mayor questions police overtime, Council accepts bids on selling city property

By Editor | April 26, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY—The City Council accepted the bids for three pieces of city owned property and rejected bids on a couple of other pieces that the city had put up for sale The council also heard an update on the demolition of the old school property, heard a report from the fire chief about repairs on…

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