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Boyceville FFA receives PRIDE Membership Award

By Editor | June 21, 2022

MADISON — The PRIDE Membership Award recognizes Wisconsin FFA chapters for increasing their membership by 10 members or more in the last year. These chapter’s have successfully been able to recruit and share the benefits of our organization with a variety of new students. Boyceville was among the 125  chapters that have increased their membership…

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Glenwood City Senior Center takes road trip

By Editor | June 21, 2022

On Sunday, June 12th the Glenwood City Senior Center was able to finally go on a trip! They went to the Whitesidewalls concert at the Hudson Bandshell. A great time was had by all. Life is getting back to a bit normal for us with the first trip since the pandemic began. We have a…

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Glenhaven News 6-22-22

By Editor | June 21, 2022

June 12- 17, 2022 “Summertime and the living is easy.” Those lyrics sure speak volumes. As the weather is turning more seasonable after what seemed like a loooonnnnggg winter, easy living is becoming comfortable. Working in the garden, grilling on the patio or deck, shopping the farmer’s markets, sipping iced tea or lemonade or sitting…

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Boyceville ambulance board downgrades service to EMT/Flex Advanced EMT

By Editor | June 21, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCEVILLE  — The Boyceville Community Ambulance District Board has downgraded the service from Advanced Emergency Medical Technician to EMT/Flex-Advanced EMT. The board voted four “yes” to two “no” at the June 15 meeting to downgrade the service. At the May meeting of the ambulance district board, Wayne Dow, director of the…

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Boyceville fire chief asks residents to notify Dunn County if they are going to burn

By Editor | June 21, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  BOYCECVILLE —  If residents in the Boyceville Community Fire District plan to burn something, the Boyceville fire chief is asking them to notify Dunn County dispatch and to leave a message at the fire station. Townships set their own policy on burning permits, said Corey Green, fire chief, at the Boyceville…

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Council listens to reports, grants operators licenses

By Editor | June 21, 2022

The Glenwood City Council held a very short meeting Monday evening, June 20th before going into closed session. During the forty-minute meeting the council heard reports from as couple of city officials. Police Chief Robert Darwin discussed with the council the open position in the Police Department and that he is now in the application…

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Gretzlock named new Boyceville HS/MS principal

By Editor | June 21, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — A former Hilltopper is set to become a Bulldog.  Patrick Gretzlock has been named as the new Boyceville High School/Middle School principal.  Gretzlock, who most recently served in the same capacity in the Glenwood City School District, was approved for the position by the Boyceville Board of Education at its monthly meeting held…

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Dunn County approves 9 more sections of county highway for ATV/UTV routes

By Editor | June 21, 2022

By LeAnn R. Ralph  MENOMONIE  — The Dunn County Board has approved nine more sections of county highway to use as All Terrain Vehicle/Utility Terrain Vehicle routes. Andrew Mercil, county clerk, read more than 30 comments in support of opening additional county highways and/or opening all county highways for ATV/UTV use at the Dunn County…

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Donna Judy (Stoll) Gundlach

By Editor | June 21, 2022

Donna Judy (Stoll) Gundlach, 73, passed away at the American Lutheran Home in Menomonie, Wisconsin on June 7, 2022. Donna was born on February 24, 1949, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chippewa Falls, daughter to Jon and Lottie Stoll. Donna graduated from Cornell High School in 1967. She attended Rice Lake Technical College and received…

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Wisconsin town budgets relying more on local property taxes, borrowing

By Editor | June 21, 2022

Wisconsin towns have leaned more heavily on property tax revenues to fund local services in the past three decades as state aid increases have slowed and town borrowing has risen to record levels. This heightened reliance on property taxes comes as challenges have arisen to towns’ traditional workforce of local volunteers and relatively low-paid workers…

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