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The Baldwin community kicked off the annual June Bug Days at Western Wisconsin Health during their annual open house. Those attending had the opportunity to win prizes, visit with providers, receive free memory screenings and try out the latest addition to WWH: the da Vinci surgical robot.

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“It’s definitely not a call you get every day,” said Baldwin police officer Zach Paul recounting his duckling rescue in the beginning of June, “it was on 12th Avenue near the railroad tracks. A couple across the street called in saying that they could hear some quacking coming from the storm…

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Larry Knegendorf of Woodville, Wisconsin completed the final year of service on the St. Croix EDC board of directors in May 2019. He was first elected to the board at the EDC's Annual Meeting in May 2013. Knegendorf enjoyed a long career at Baldwin LightStream, formerly Baldwin Telecom, a ru…

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(Baldwin, Wisconsin) June 1, 2019: Sally Torgerson will retire on June 21st after 31 years of dedicated service to the St. Croix County Farm Service Agency Office in Baldwin, Wisconsin. The Farm Service Agency is a part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and provides financial assistance …

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A Baldwin couple was arrested June 2 for multiple drug related charges while in Hudson. Matthew Strahm 24, and Breanna Danielson 22, received charges for possession of marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, LSD, psilocybin, opiates and other narcotics.

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Baldwin,WI--The Hero Squad (1st/2nd & 3rd/4th Multi-Age classrooms) proved their hero status by planting two Fall Fiesta Sugar Maples at Greenfield last week. As the students can tell you, trees help the environment by cleaning the air, producing oxygen, and providing shade for the build…

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On May 16, Greenfield Elementary invited friends and family to attend their 11th Annual Art Show. Students from all classes had the opportunity to display their hard work and talent in the form of name pattern designs, clay sculptures, water color paintings and much more.

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The man convicted of kidnapping Jayme Closs has been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences without chance for release for the murder of James and Denise Closs on May 24. Patterson also received a 40-year sentence for Jayme’s kidnapping in October 2018.

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The weather on May 11 turned out better than expected for the reSTYLE & Co. “We are the Midwest” market. Thousands of locals flocked to the Baldwin business to enjoy good food, live music, handcrafted art and projects along with so much more.

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Greenfield enjoyed its annual Science Fair on May 14, with students proudly displaying well-constructed experiments for their peers, staff and family members to see. The fair has been a part of Greenfield Elementary since May of 2003 and has now been organized by Science Teacher James Philli…

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The Queen’s Coronation event was held on Saturday, May 18 during the annual Syttende Mai Celebration. Pictured left to right at coronation are: Queen Lauren Thompson, 1st Princess Victoria Butler, 2nd Princess Olivia Dumond, 3rd Princess Ivy Fuchsteiner

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On their most efficient day to date, Greenfield Elementary participated in Culver’s Day on April 25 helping serve customers that came through the door of the Baldwin Culver’s. While other events have left customers waiting a little bit longer for their orders, this year was an exception. “I …

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The Baldwin-Woodville School District participated in the annual Friendship Games event on May 10 at the B-W Track for their third consecutive year. This event is a fun-filled track and field day for those students that have intellectual and developmental conditions with 150 area wide studen…

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The time has come again for Norse festivities at Woodville’s Syttende Mai Celebration. This event commemorates the independence of Norway from Sweden when they signed of their Constitution in 1814 on May 17. The Woodville event is a celebration of the Norwegian heritage of the village that d…

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The Shriners of the St. Croix Valley Shrine Club were special guests at the regular meeting of Fletcher Pechacek American Legion Post on Wednesday May 8th at the Legion club in River Falls.

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The Baldwin-Woodville High School Forensics team competed at UW Madison for the Wisconsin State Speech Festival on Friday, April 12 earning 16 gold medals, five silver medals, and one bronze medal. Because of their success, the B-W Forensics team received the coveted Excellence in Speech Awa…

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The Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos Community Fundraiser was held on Friday, April 12, 2019 at the Baldwin Legion. The Baldwin American Legion Post 240 and Strikers Lanes and Sports Bar joined efforts to host the event. Great things happen when people work together. Two organizations benefited f…

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Students, staff and grandparents alike all enjoyed Greenfield’s annual Grandparents Day on Friday, April 12. Kids in all classes had the opportunity to show their grandparents what they work on throughout the day, play games, and even interview them to see what life was like when they were t…

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The Western Wisconsin Health Weight Wisdom group celebrated their “Fit in the Pants Finale” on Wednesday, April 24 for their one year anniversary. The participants who lost the most weight were entered into a raffle for prizes that included newspaper subscriptions, beauty products, healthy l…

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United Fire & Rescue’s Baldwin Station hosted its annual Smelt Fry on Friday, April 26 at the Baldwin American Legion. The freewill donation event hosted its largest attendance yet at 1347 people from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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After 83 years as a landmark in Baldwin, the demolition of the original Baldwin Area Medical Center has begun as construction workers were seen tearing down the building on April 23. Community members long wondered how long the building would stand and the current demolition is bittersweet f…

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The first ever Hands Around the Courthouse event took place on April 16, 2019 at the St. Croix County Government Center. The goal of this event is to raise awareness for child neglect and abuse, provide information and resources for those who have dealt with child abuse and how to act in tho…

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Baldwin, WI (April 2019) – Adoray Home Health and Hospice and Adoray Treasures from the Heart is excited to announce a new fundraising campaign called the “Raise the Roof Initiative” to help fund a new roof and HVAC system at the Baldwin Treasures I store.

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Viking Middle Schoolers brought a classic tale to the stage in their performance of Mary Poppins Jr. on Wednesday, March 27 through Saturday, March 30. While the performance was well met, there are always challenges alongside hours of preparation and rehearsals that make performances like th…

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“My wife told me, ‘you should write a book’ and I told her, ‘I don’t want to!’” said longtime Baldwin native and United States Airforce Veteran, Richard Jordahl. Coming into the Baldwin Bulletin office with a large envelope, Jordahl pulled out a bound book with a young picture of him on the …

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As the word, “guilty” left his mouth, Jayme Closs’ kidnapper Jake Patterson, 21, broke down in tears for the first time during his court appearance on Wednesday, March 27. Patterson, arrested for the kidnapping of Jayme Closs’ after the murder of her parents, James and Denise Closs, entered …

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Baldwin, WI (March 2019) - Adoray Home Health & Hospice recently was awarded a Partner Level III certification for its involvement in the We Honor Veterans program. The Veteran Administration and the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization have come together to create a program…

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On Sunday, March 24, The Baldwin American Legion Post 240 celebrated what many others have come to celebrate this year: the 100th year of the American Legion. The Baldwin Legion held an event with food, music, and friends to look back on a century of serving the community.

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A positive mental attitude is more important than most realize. To recognize the value of positivity, Greenfield Elementary takes part in the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports program (PBIS) that helps build a standard of school culture that is supportive of everyone involved.

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In the beginning of February, Strikers Lanes opened their doors early for Greenfield students to help them with their math lessons. Students filled each of the lanes and played a few rounds of bowling all the while practicing their subtraction skills.

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Nutrition is something that is far too often overlooked. It has become increasingly easier to neglect health food that is more expensive, lacks flavor, and takes longer to prepare. Jenna Evan has passionately started to help others with their nutritional lives opening B Dub Nutrition Hub her…

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One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish- Greenfield Elementary was treated to a Seuss inspired night on Monday, March 4 in honor of well known writer and cartoonist, Theodor Seuss Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. Seuss.

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Small towns are often bound to have a small antique or refurbishing shop somewhere within its streets. In Baldwin, {reSTYLE} & Co. has taken that customary antique shop to whole new level hosting an open house on Friday and Saturday to invite community members to their new and exciting d…

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On February 21st, St. Croix EDC honored its 2018 business of the year winners at a banquet hosted by Ready Randy’s in rural New Richmond, Wisconsin. The 2018 honorees include St. Croix Valley Blow Molding LLC (Town of Hudson; ‘Emerging Business of the Year’); Next Generation Automotive (Vill…

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Fortunately for nearly 44 million Americans, the stigma against mental illness is beginning to dissipate. Because of the rise of education in recent years, many establishments are recognizing mental illness and making attempts to address the issue quickly and efficiently. However, U.S. jails…

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Students Kayla Bond and Cooper Bensen were crowned the Snoball Court’s 2019 King and Queen. Due to the snowy weather, the Snoball dance has been re-scheduled for March 23 at 7pm-11pm

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