Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Blog Page 280
The Spring Valley Stagehands Theatre presents The 39 Steps a Spy Comedy on April 1, 2, 8, and 9 at 7 p.m. and April 3 and 10 at 2 p.m. Tickets $12/ students and seniors $10. Spring Valley Theatre,...
The Baldwin-Woodville baseball team opens with a non-conference game at Rice Lake on Friday, April 1. The team this season will have enough players to field three teams—varsity, JV and C squad. Additionally, the teams will have new leadership. Wes...
The Panther boys are at it again this spring, coming off a tremendous season in which they finished as conference champions of the Dunn St. Croix Large Conference, their first conference title since 2007 and second in the last...
On March 11, Kayla Pabst participated in the Division 3 Indoor Track & Field Championship meet in Grinnell, Iowa, as part of the team for UW-Stout. Pabst finished 14th in the Women’s 20 pound weight throw with a distance...
News items from the Baldwin Bulletin dated Wednesday, April 3, 1991 A local man will take over the American Family Insurance Agency in Baldwin that was opened by the recent retirement of long-time agent Burt McDonald. Jay VanSomeren, a 1984...
On Saturday, March 12, over 1000 people entered the doors of Baldwin-Woodville High School to celebrate the solutions to challenges that kids from 10 schools and 112 teams presented to appraisers. The St. Croix Valley Regional Destination Imagination competition...
The Village of Baldwin has taken action to save electricity—and thus money—and has also taken advantage of a state program from an organization called “Focus on Energy” to help pay for the electricity saving measure. At the newer of the...
Junior kindergarten works well for children as a transition between four-year old, half-day kindergarten and full day regular kindergarten, according to a presention by junior kindergarten teacher Sheila O’Hara and paraprofessional Peggy Nickel at the regular monthly Baldwin-Woodville Board...
The First Bank of Baldwin presented a check to the Western Wisconsin Health Foundation for $50,000 towards the Wellness is our Future Capital Campaign. Western Wisconsin Health launched a two million dollar capital campaign to build a fitness center...
MADISON, Wis. - A new licensing system that provides additional options for buying hunting and fishing licenses was launched Thursday by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Implementation of the new system is part of a broader Go Wild campaign...