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Booth and Simmons named top honor students for Glenwood City Class of 2022

By Editor | March 29, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY -— Brendan Booth has been named valedictorian and Isabella Simmons salutatorian of Glenwood City High School’s Class of 2022. Marcy Burch, high school/middle school principal, made the official announcement during the Glenwood City School Board’s March 28 meeting. Brendan Booth along with his family which included his parents Steve and Crystal Booth, younger…

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Ramberg and Flanders seeking open District 19 seat on St. Croix County Board of Supervisors

By Editor | March 22, 2022

Tim Ramberg and Jen Flanders are vying for the District 19 seat on the St. Croix County Board of Supervisors in the Tuesday, April 5th Spring Election. Incumbent William Peavey did not file nomination papers leaving the seat open for the upcoming election. District 19 represents the townships of Baldwin, Cady, Eau Galle, Springfield and…

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Lybert, Swanepoel vying for District 17 seat on St. Croix County board, answer questions

By Editor | March 22, 2022

A pair of Glenwood area residents are running to represent District 17 on the St. Croix County Board of Supervisors. Sean Lybert and Bob Swanepoel are challenging one another for the open seat in the April 5th Spring general election. Longtime representative Judy Achterhof filed a notification of non-candidacy this past December leaving the District…

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City to seek funding to rebuild 320th Street

By Editor | March 22, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — The Glenwood City Common Council gave its approval at it March 21 meeting for Cedar Corporation to begin the process to seek funds through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) to help rebuild 320th Street on the City’s east side. 320th Street runs between State Road 170 and County Road G and…

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Havenwood Scoop 3-16-2022

By Editor | March 15, 2022

Greetings my loyal readership. I hope all is well with you and yours. We had a special musical guest singer, John Lynch who used to sing with The Memories from Boyceville. He put on a nice show and he sang songs from different decades. One was from the 70s. Speaking of the 70s, who used…

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Glenhaven Happenings 3-16-2022

By Editor | March 15, 2022

March 5th- March 11th March sure has the strangest weather. It can be unseasonably warm one minute and then an ice storm can turn your driveway into a skating rink. Or, it can be seasonable, fooling us into thinking maybe spring isn’t too far away; when out of nowhere, a blizzard dumps 9-12 inches of…

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Spring break part of 2022-23 calendar approved by Glenwood City School Board

By Editor | March 15, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — Following a few months of discussion, input from district parents and a few tweaks, the Glenwood City Board of Education officially adopted the 2022-23 school calendar during its March 14 meeting. Next year’s calendar features a week-long Spring break which is slated for March 13-17, another week-long respite for Thanksgiving and six…

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Glenhaven Happenings 3-2-2022

By Editor | March 1, 2022

February 19th-25th It’s beginning to look a lot like…ugh, old man winter apparently has something to say.  The residents were so enthralled with the storm on Tuesday. Most of them were staring out the windows, enjoying the fresh snow pile up. Excited chatter about the wind whipping swirls of powder around in the courtyard and…

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Glenwood City schools hire interventionist

By Editor | March 1, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — After months of discussion, the Glenwood City Board of Education took action to hire an elementary and middle school interventionist  following a closed-door executive session at its February 21 meeting. Lara Draxler, who has been working the past couple of year’s as a full-time special education aide in the district and recently…

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First Street Park not on list of City Properties up for sale

By Editor | March 1, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — For the past couple of months members of the city council have discussed selling city owned property that is not currently needed for city purposes. One of the pieces that was discussed to be on the list of properties for sale was the park along First Street near St. John’s Catholic Church.…

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