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Lions, Knights of Sight and so much more, Gross awarded Knight of Sight Fellowship

By Editor | February 20, 2024

By Carole Schurtz GLENWOOD CITY —  At its recent annual meeting, the Glen Hills Lions Club awarded Tryn Gross with the Knight of Sight Fellowship for her dedication to early preventative eye screening. Gross has been actively involved with the Glen Hills Lions since early 2018. The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin recognizes members that…

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Mielzarek selected to fill GC school board vacancy

By Editor | February 13, 2024

GLENWOOD CITY — The Glenwood City school board will soon have a new face. Following nearly four hours of interviews Monday evening, February 12, the Glenwood City Board of Education selected Anthony “Tony” Mielzarek from a field of seven interested applicants to fill the seat vacated by the recent resignation of Nicole Miller. It is…

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Uncommon Conversation: Water, Soil, and Farming

By Editor | February 13, 2024

by Renee Bettendorf GLENWOOD CITY — About 30 people attended a presentation about how agriculture affects the local watershed last week at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Glenwood City. The event was part of the church’s Uncommon Conversation series where community members are invited to learn about and discuss local issues. Pastor Jonathan Zielske welcomed…

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13th annual Coaches vs. Cancer another success

By Editor | February 13, 2024

by Renee Bettendorf BOYCEVILLE — The 13th Annual Coaches vs. Cancer event held on February 6 at the Bulldog/Hilltopper girls’ basketball game raised over $18,000 for The American Cancer Society. “These two communities are amazing! We are very lucky to have such great support for this event,” said Basketball Coach, Jolene Bird. Bird coaches middle…

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Broadband mapping project: St. Croix County is making good progress

By Editor | February 13, 2024

By LeAnn R. Ralph HUDSON — According to a broadband mapping project completed by Hometown Fiber, St. Croix County has “very good coverage” of fiber optic cable to provide internet connections to county residents. Personnel from Hometown Fiber reviewed existing information, conducted field verifications and evaluated service levels to map broadband service in St. Croix…

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Nicole Miller resigns from GC school board with questions still not answered

By Editor | February 6, 2024

Correction: Regarding  an article published in the February 7 edition of the Tribune Press Reporter about Nicole Miller’s resignation, the meeting of the Glenwood City Board of Education in which Nicole Miller and Amy Dopkins said they were told they were “as bad as cop killers” occurred May 22, after the murder of St. Croix County Deputy…

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Glenwood City Public Library News 1-31-24

By Editor | January 30, 2024

Please join us for our Winter Reading Challenges. The first one is for the adults and it is “Reading Around the World” and the second Reading Challenge is for the High schoolers called “Readopoly”. Both Winter Reading Challenges will run from Jan. 1-March 31. Reading Around the World: • Stop in the Glenwood City Public…

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Amalia Draxler competes for Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs crown at annual WAF convention

By Editor | January 30, 2024

By Missy Klatt St. Croix County Fairest of the Fair, Amalia “Mali” Draxler of Glenwood City, was recently named second runner up at the 2024 Fairest of the Fairs Competition held on January 10 at Chula Vista Resort, in Wisconsin Dells. Draxler is a 2023 gradaute of Glenwood City High School and is currently attending…

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Miller resigns from Glenwood City Board of Education

By Editor | January 30, 2024

By LeAnn R. Ralph GLENWOOD CITY — Nicole Miller has submitted a letter of resignation for her position on the Glenwood City Board of Education. Miller’s resignation followed a news story by Fox 9 KSMP on former Glenwood City school superintendent Tim Johnson concerning alleged irregularities pertaining to reimbursement for classes taken at Viterbo University…

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Former GC school superintendent resigns from Chippewa Falls school district

By Editor | January 30, 2024

By LeAnn R. Ralph GLENWOOD CITY — Tim Johnson, the former superintendent of the Glenwood City school district, has resigned from his job in the Chippewa Falls school district as the executive director of human resources and public relations.  The Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District (CFAUSD) placed Johnson on administrative leave last week on…

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