Sunday, October 21, 2018
Blog
Matt Anderson: “Oh my goodness you must be kidding me,” Lucille Sundae remarked upon finding out her turning 100 years old would be in the Baldwin Bulletin, “I read the Bulletin every day, but I didn’t expect to be in...
Matt Anderson: A growing trend in high schools is the introduction of credit unions that allow students and staff to open accounts and bank all from the convenience of the school they attend. Baldwin-Woodville High school has jumped on board...
Donald Cecil “Donnie” Boumeester, age 84 of Hudson, formerly of Amery, died Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Pine Ridge Gardens in Hudson. Don was born April 1, 1934 in New Richmond, Wisconsin, to Cecil and Esther (Strand) Boumeester. He...
By Matt Anderson: Ask any conservationist about the importance of bees and they will likely tell you that the earth’s survival depends on them. However, if there’s one thing people associate with bees it’s the delicious honey they make. At...
MADISON – Nolato Contour, a plastics manufacturer, is expanding its facility in St. Croix County – a $17.9 million project expected to create 62 jobs over the next three years. “Nolato Contour is a global leader in manufacturing plastics, and we...
Submitted by Marla Butler: If you live around Baldwin-Woodville High School, you have been listening to this group of dedicated students perfect this year’s show Untold. They travel back to the fantastical world of peasants, castles, knights, and dragons as...
By Matt Anderson: Outstanding healthcare services are paramount to ensuring a happy and healthy community. Hudson Physicians, new to the Baldwin community as of last year, is making an effort to provide a standard of healthcare that is a cut...
By Matt Anderson: This has become a common phrase in the world of animal rescue efforts. Too many animals that deserve loving homes are overlooked because of age, or special needs. The temptation to go out and look for a...
Matt Anderson editor@baldwin-buletin.com: Despite the weather diving head first into the cold of Fall with little warning, Baldwin’s annual Chili Fest was a tremendous success. The cold had little impact on the Baldwin community as thousands flocked to Main Street to sample...
Matt Anderson editor@baldwin-bulletin.com: Nothing brings out the spirit of Fall more than Homecoming for Baldwin-Woodville high school students. Despite what the weather may bring, the chance to bundle up, enjoy a fun-filled tailgate party and cheer on the BW Blackhawks every...