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Post-secondary scholarships now available for Wisconsin FFA members

By Editor | January 25, 2022

MADISON – Eligible Wisconsin Association of FFA members can now apply for the Wisconsin FFA Foundation’s 2021-22 Post-Secondary Scholarships. Applicants must be a senior in high school or enrolled in a university or technical school and have maintained a satisfactory scholastic record in school. FFA members need to only fill out one application to be…

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WPA offers Youth Pig Project scholarships

By Editor | January 25, 2022

The Wisconsin Pork Association is once again offering Youth Pig Project scholarships. These scholarships are designed to assist 4-H and FFA members in establishing swine projects that can lead to development of life skills and career opportunities in the Wisconsin pork industry. 4-H and FFA youth are eligible to apply for a $50.00 scholarship used…

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Lady Bulldogs stung by Cadott Hornets and trampled by Mondovi Buffaloes

By Editor | January 25, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — After picking up its first win of the season against conference rival Glenwood City January 14, the Boyceville girls’ basketball team was looking to put together a winning streak as they hosted a pair of opponents this past week. Unfortunately, the Bulldogs reverted to their old ways and found themselves on the wrong…

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GC wrestlers drub Durand; Radintz wins SCF Classic title as Toppers place eighth

By Editor | January 25, 2022

Glenwood City continued to build momentum on the wrestling mat last week in preparation for next month’s WIAA tournament series. With that goal in mind and a Dunn-St. Croix conference championship within reach, the Hilltoppers were all business when they hosted Durand last Thursday evening, January 20 and pummeled the Panthers 77-6 to move to…

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Bowling News 1-26-2022

By Editor | January 25, 2022

Hometown January 17, 2022 M & M Bar and Grill 35 13 Wilson Legion 28 20 Drury Construction 28 20 Striker’s 25 23 Hager Construction 24 24 Evenson Marine Carpet 24 21 Obermueller Trucking 16 32 HIGH IND. GAMES: Ben Krosnoski 270, John Hager 265, Brian Casey 258. HIGH IND. SERIES: Ben Krosnoski 755, Bert…

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Bulldog boys bitten by E/PC Wolves

By Editor | January 25, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — In what turned out to be their only game of the week, the Boyceville boys’ basketball squad lost 64-38 on its home court to third-place Elmwood/ Plum City in a January 18 conference contest. Three Wolves players scored double digits led by senior center Luke Webb who tossed in 22 points. Trevor Asher…

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Bulldog wrestlers batter Buffaloes as Dormanen wins 100th, finish 9th at SCF

By Editor | January 25, 2022

Boyceville will be competing for a second consecutive Dunn-St. Croix Conference wrestling championship this Thursday when they travel to Glenwood City thanks to a 58-9 thrashing of Mondovi last week. The Bulldogs improved to 2-0 in conference duals with the their 49-point victory in Mondovi last Thursday, January 20. The Hilltoppers D-SC record now stands…

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Glenwood City girls still searching for first win after loses to Elk Mound and Colfax

By Editor | January 25, 2022

Still in search of its first win of the season, Glenwood City had the unenviable task of facing the top two squads in this year’s Dunn-St. Croix girls’ basketball race – Elk Mound and Colfax (who were both unbeaten in league play when the Toppers played them) – in consecutive games last week. As might…

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Outdoor Column 1-26-2022

By Editor | January 25, 2022

Hello friends, This past week I fished, and winter camped on backwaters of the Mississippi River near Prairie Du Chien. My good buddy Gary Howe former long term owner (I think four generations) of The Courier Press and a few other papers spent each day on the ice with me and as usual we had…

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Carter Loida wins the 2021-2022 annual spelling bee

By Editor | January 25, 2022

The Glenwood City School District Annual Spelling Bee was held today for grades 3-8. Grade winners that competed are as follows. 8th Grade:  Michael Wheeler 7th Grade:  Preston Arvey 6th Grade:  Landon Standaert and Vettori Holden 5th Grade: Addyson Lee and Arianny Steies 4th Grade:  Carter Loida and Asher Hoffman 3rd Grade:  Annabeth Pointer and…

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