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GC volleyball drops home matches

By Editor | September 27, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — With home-court advantage throughout last week, the Glenwood City volleyball team looked to add a few wins to its conference and season records. Playing three matches in two days, the Hilltoppers managed just one win, however. In Dunn-St. Croix action, Glenwood City was swept in straight sets at home Tuesday, September 20…

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Bulldog volleyball continues to struggle, drops games at Colfax, C-FC, Cameron

By Editor | September 27, 2022

Wins remained elusive for Boyceville as it won only one of the eight volleyball matches it competed in last week. Despite hard work and hustle, visiting Boyceville lost its September 20 Dunn-St. Croix conference contest to host Colfax in straight sets. The Bulldogs then took a lengthy ride to play in the Cochrane-Fountain City triangular…

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Topper boys finish second at Cadott Invite

By Editor | September 27, 2022

In their only competition last week, the Glenwood City boys’ and girls’ cross country teams traveled to Whispering Pines Golf Course September 20 to race in the Cadott Invitational. The Hilltopper boys finished in second place despite their top runner, JJ Williams, having to withdraw from the race around the two-mile mark due to illness.…

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Bulldog runners compete at Cadott and Durand

By Editor | September 27, 2022

With the weather finally cooperating, the Bulldog cross country teams ran in a pair of meets last week. Competing in the Cadott Invitational held Tuesday, September 20 at Whispering Pines Golf Course, the Boyceville girls finished ninth out of a dozen schools while the boys came in 12th out of 13 squads. A few days…

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Hilltoppers stung by Hornets’ second-half surge, suffer 31-0 homecoming shut out

By Editor | September 27, 2022

GLENWOOD CITY — Turnovers and special teams can quickly change the complexion of a football game. Such was the case when Glenwood City welcomed Cadott for its annual homecoming contest September 23. The two Dunn-St. Croix combatants found themselves mired in a defensive battle throughout the first half with neither squad producing much of an…

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Bowling News 9-28-2022

By Editor | September 27, 2022

Saturday Night Live September 17, 2022 Perfect Strangers 17 4 Boats and Hoes 15 6 The Standaerts 14 7 Splitting Headaches 11 10 We BOWLA 10 11 Wink-Mrdutt 6 15 HIGH IND. GAMES: Bill Standaert 225, Chuckie DeSmith 224, Jon Standaert 223, Josh Kuhn 223, Teresa Hanson 213, Jessica Hager 194, Teresa Drury 173. HIGH…

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Boyceville suffers gridion loss to Elmwood/Plum City Wolves

By Editor | September 27, 2022

by Joel DeWitt Sports Correspondent ELMWOOD — Heading into Boyceville’s September 23 matchup with Elmwood/Plum City, Bulldog coach Michael Roemhild knew his defense had a tough task bottling up Wolves’ running back Trevor Asher. Through five games, the senior back had racked up 1,507 yards on the ground and he would tack on an additional…

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It’s the Tribune’s birthday

By Editor | September 27, 2022

With this issue the Tribune Press Reporter is celebrating its 133rd birthday and our masthead will now display volume 134. We are the oldest business in Glenwood City having been started by a firm of Hunting and Cone in 1889 in a building on First Street.  The Tribune Press Reporter has not always been called…

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Joint Review Board approves Boyceville’s TID-4

By Editor | September 27, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE   — The Boyceville Joint Review Board has given final approval for Tax Increment Finance District 4. The Joint Review Board for TID-4 was formed on August 24, and then the Boyceville Plan Commission held a public hearing on the proposed TID, said David Rasmussen of MSA Professional Services out…

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Boyceville’s Haylie Rasmussen earns academic honors through National Recognition Programs

By Editor | September 27, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — Boyceville High School student Haylie Rasmussen has earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs. These National Recognition Programs grant underrepresented students with academic honors that can be included on college and scholarship applications and connect students with universities across the country, helping them meaningfully connect to colleges and stand out…

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