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Robert “Bob” George Peterson

By Editor | April 9, 2024

Robert “Bob” George Peterson, 54 from Wilson, WI. He passed away unexpectedly and was found on March 21, 2024, in his winter home located in New Port Richey, FL. Bob was in Florida enjoying the warmer winter climate. Born June 14, 1969, in Baldwin WI. Bob was the 5th child of George and Doris Peterson…

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Safety improvement project on WIS 128 just north of I-94 to start

By Editor | April 9, 2024

To invest in Wisconsin’s transportation system, Gov. Tony Evers has signed a $45,959 contract with prime contractor Mattison Contractors, Inc. of Knapp for a safety improvement project on northbound WIS 128 just north of the westbound I-94 entrance and exit ramps southwest of Wilson in St. Croix County. Construction is scheduled to start Monday, April…

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Boyceville looks at financing utilities on Sykora Lane

By Editor | April 9, 2024

by Renee Bettendorf BOYCEVILLE-At their meeting on Monday evening, the Boyceville Village Board discussed several items of note including the development of Sykora Lane, the new library building project and some incidents that happened at the airport bathrooms. Sykora Lane, which is located near the post office and could be a new housing development if…

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18 incumbent St. Croix County Board supervisors retain seats, with 1 newcomer

By Editor | April 9, 2024

By LeAnn R.Ralph HUDSON –  A total of 18 incumbent St. Croix County Board supervisors have retained their seats, and one newcomer was elected to the board in the April 2 election.  Three of the 19 supervisory districts on the St. Croix County Board had two candidates on the ballot. For write-in votes to count,…

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Boyceville softball starts season unbeaten

By Editor | April 9, 2024

The Boyceville softball team has gotten off to a fantastic start this season, an unbeaten start. The Lady Bulldogs went a perfect 5-0 in their first week of competition including a 3-0 mark against Dunn-St. Croix competition. Boyceville began its 2024 softball season with a 10-0 conference home win versus Spring Valley last Monday, April…

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Topper softball earns opening-week split

By Editor | April 9, 2024

Under the direction of first-year head coach Tracy Marback, the Hilltopper softball team earned a split in the opening week of its 2024 campaign. Glenwood City inaugurated the new season and Dunn-St. Croix play in Mondovi April 4. Despite playing well, the Hilltoppers fell short in their bid to upset the host Buffaloes, losing 8…

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Glenwood City falls to Mondovi on ball diamond, rallies past Durand-Arkansaw

By Editor | April 9, 2024

After inclement weather had postponed or canceled its first few contests of the 2024 campaign, Glenwood City ended up opening its baseball season last Thursday, April 4th in Mondovi against the defending Dunn-St. Croix Conference champions. The Buffaloes showed why they are a favorite to repeat as they jumped on the Hilltoppers early and often…

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Bulldogs split baseball games to open season

By Editor | April 9, 2024

BOYCEVILLE — Hosting four straight games at Evenson Field last week to open its 2024 baseball season, Boyceville finished 2-2. That quartet of contests included a pair of Dunn-St. Croix match-ups. In their first action of the new campaign, the Bulldogs hosted Dunn-St. Croix foe Spring Valley on Monday, April 1. Multiple early runs helped…

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Millermon and Standaert named Glenwood City Scholar Athletes

By Editor | April 9, 2024

The Glenwood City High School Athletic Department is proud to announce the selection of Savanna Millermon and Will Standaert as this year’s Dunn-St Croix Conference Scholar Athletes. Each member school district within the Dunn-St Croix Conference is invited to nominate one boy and one girl for scholar athlete honors. Criteria for selection include grade point,…

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Topper thinclads bring home pair of firsts from UW-RF Invite

By Editor | April 9, 2024

RIVER FALLS — The Glenwood City track and field teams copped a pair of first-place finishes when they competed in the UW-River Falls JV Invitational held indoors at the Knowles Center last Friday, April 5. Although team scores where not posted, 11 schools took part in the meet. Sophomore Kyra Flick threw her way to…

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