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Sam Crowley and Juneau Paulson have been chosen as Baldwin-Woodville’s Scholar Athletes for the Middle Border Conference.

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While the pandemic has changed a few things in our lives, one good thing we have to look forward to this year is Syttende Mai in Woodville!  IT IS ON for 2021!

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River Falls, WI - A River Falls man has hit the Amazon best-seller list for his contributions to “On Thin Ice,” a book on cybersecurity covering a wide variety of topics. Tim Nyberg teamed up with other leading information technology professionals to co-write the book, authoring a chapter on…

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide mask mandate. Following the ruling, some local counties, municipalities and schools made statements about their plans now that the statewide mandate is down.

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American Legion Post 301 of Woodville has completed its second and third $1,000.00 Cash Raffles. The second event was sponsored by the Wildwood Bar and Restaurant in Woodville and the third raffle was sponsored by Home and Country Realty in Woodville. The winning ticket for the second raffle…

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They say you should never pass up a chance to dance and now Baldwin-Woodville juniors and seniors have the opportunity at the April 24 Prom.

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Residents are encouraged to take advantage of free drinking water screening clinics offered by St. Croix County. The first free nitrate screening clinic of 2021 will be offered in the garage of the St. Croix County Agricultural & Education Center in Baldwin on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 fr…

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The nonpartisan election for Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction sees Deborah Kerr and Jill Underly vying for the title. 

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Four Baldwin-Woodville High School students were selected to be part of the 2021 Wisconsin School Music Association High School State Honors Project: sophomore Jamison Gallmeier (Band - Euphonium), junior Caleb Heimer (Mixed Choir - Tenor), freshman Zoey Kusilek (Treble Choir - Alto 1), and …

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It has been said life is like a bowling alley, once you take a risk and release the ball, you never know what you are going to strike. Goals are not always meant to be reached, they simply serves as something to aim at. Life lessons, giggles and learning about the actual sport of bowling are…

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Wisconsin Science Olympiad is a rigorous team competition that applies the principles of STEM Education within 28 events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Engineering. Seventeen Baldwin-Woodville High School students compete…

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When Baldwin’s annual caucus was held January 13, five nominations were made, and out of that, three have tossed their names onto the ballot. 

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The doors opened for “the first time in forever” last week as Viking Middle School performed Disney’s Frozen Kids to a limited audience, socially distanced, audience.  This was the first performance on the auditorium stage since Covid cancelled the middle school show last year at this same t…

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A year ago, many things in the world paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the need for blood never stopped. Today blood donations are just as essential, and the American Red Cross urges individuals who are healthy to make an appointment to donate blood.

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On an average day in Baldwin you will find many residents will say they come from Dutch descent. Windmill Park proudly showcases the towering windmill and many residents around town sport miniature versions in their yards. Even with strong Dutch roots, it is not uncommon to hear a Norwegian …

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Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an educational series designed to provide you with the tools you need to take care of yourself while caring for an older adult. This program helps family caregivers who are caring for an older adult reduce stress, improve self-confidence, communicate feelings…

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Prepare to lose an hour of sleep this weekend, but no worries; you will gain it back in November. Daylight Saving Time (DST) will begin at 2a.m. Sunday, March 14 and end at 2a.m. Sunday, November 7.

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Each year during the spring thaw (typically early-March to mid-May), State, County and local highway authorities impose axle weight restrictions to protect their roadways.

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Baldwin was established in 1871 and incorporated in 1874.  The Windmill, located at Windmill Park, was completed in 1987.  The Windmill is a monument to the Village’s Dutch heritage. The Windmill brings joy to the residents and attention of guests to the village year-round.

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Baldwin-Woodville alumnus Dustin Klanderman has brought his successful business home. The owner of Drug Test Midwest moved the business’s Roberts office over to Baldwin the beginning of December.

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Grain Bin Safety Week is a collaborative effort with industry leaders and agricultural professionals to raise awareness about grain bin dangers and provide education and share best safety practices to reduce the number of preventable injuries and deaths associated with grain handling and storage.

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The Baldwin-Woodville School Board accepted the resignations of Grace Poliak as Food Service Director and Carolyn Cernohous as middle school cross country coach during last week’s meeting. 

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Post worship coffee gatherings and church dinners are a thing of the past for many churches, at least for now. The COVID-19 pandemic thrust changes into almost every aspect of life, including churches who some might say run like well-oiled machines based on tradition. So what do you do when …

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Numerous approvals filled the February 10 meeting of the Baldwin Village Board. Including a refinance that will save the village $54,000 in interest expense.

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