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“You shall appoint judges and officers in all your towns that the LORD your God is giving you, according to your tribes, and they shall judge the people with righteous judgment. You shall not pervert justice. You shall not show partiality, and you shall not accept a bribe, for a bribe blinds…

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The Baldwin Public Library and the Botany Belles & Beaus Garden Club are uniting Saturday, June 12th to distribute pollinator plants and trees during Windmill Days.  Planting native species in your yard is one of the best ways to provide food and shelter for pollinators and other wildlif…

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In 2008, the Baldwin Village board approved placing a concept for a bypass of Hwy 63 around the east edge of town. The concept – not an approved plan ¬ has been on the village’s official map ever since, but will soon be removed.

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The second week of June crept up on people quite fast, but those who love Windmill days have been waiting for this week since 2019.

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The year 2021 marks the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Baldwin by D.R. Bailey. What a wonderful time for the village and surrounding friends to participate in creating history and Baldwin Windmill Day memories.

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The Baldwin-Woodville Performing Arts Center will come alive next week with the sound of some of America’s most iconic music. “The Sound of Music” brings together 36 cast members, 11 pit orchestra members, 7 stage crew members and a team of 9. Based on Maria von Trapp’s autobiography, the mu…

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We are excited to announce that the St. Croix County Fair will return July 14-18 at the fairgrounds in Glenwood City.  After being “postponed” in 2020 due to Covid restrictions, organizers are very happy to confirm that this great community celebration will be Moovin’ & Groovin’ once aga…

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Mrs. Veenendaal’s fourth grade explorers have enjoyed visiting the Giezendanner School Forest each season that they have been in school.  The fall showed us beautiful leaves, snowshoeing in the winter allowed us to follow animal tracks, and the spring showed off bright green leaves and beaut…

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Being aware of the honor which is being bestowed upon me by my selection for membership in the National Honor Society, I do hereby pledge loyalty to this organization. It shall be my earnest purpose to give unsparingly of my time and energy toward the promotion of all school activities. I wi…

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For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

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Stop the spread! After the past year, this is an expression everyone is familiar with. However, invasive garlic mustard is a plant you may not be as familiar with. Garlic mustard was brought to the U.S. from Europe and was already established on Long Island in 1868. Early colonists used it b…

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Tom Vande Berg came to the Baldwin Village Board on a mission to protect his family name — and to get it spelled properly.

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The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is asking the public to stay vigilant and avoid burning because of very high fire danger across Wisconsin, particularly in the northern two-thirds of the state.The increased fire danger is due to the low relative humidities expected across the state,…

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The final donation numbers for last weeks’ giveBIG fundraising event for local and regional non-profits turned out to be a big success, breaking the previous records with nearly $440,000 raised from a combination of almost 2,000 unique individual or corporate donors.

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The active Zor Roadrunners are looking for a strong parade season regardless of concerns over the pandemic. The famous parade unit’s first meeting of the season was held on Monday, April 19th at the New Richmond American Legion. 

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Hello all, and welcome to another Queen’s Corner! It is so crazy that our year is almost over! Although our year has been quite interesting, we have still been able to get out into the community and do some good. We have helped at the community dinner at Gethsemane, helped collect food for t…

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The Baldwin-Woodville School Board had its first opportunity last week to decide whether or not to extend the mask mandate in light of the Wisconsin Supreme Court striking down Gov. Tony Evers’ ruling. 

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A local teen is combining two passions to make a dream come true. 16-year-old Juliana Johnson recently received approval from the Baldwin Village Board to host a carnival at Millpond Park as a way to fundraise to become a foreign exchange student. Johnson said she loves event planning a traveling.

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Touch is a basic human need.  Touch is a human experience.  We snuggle and touch babies and children. We spend time holding hands and being close with our partners. Yet, as we get older and lose our partners or friends, we stop connecting this way. Touch is so important in our lives. Without…

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The Stash, Baldwin’s very own store specializing in quality affordable yarn, tools, gifts, classes and more, is looking for knitters and crocheters who want to make a difference.

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The Baldwin Village Board will look quite different from here on out. Two very familiar faces to residents chose not to run for re-election and leave a combined total of 41 years behind.

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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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