Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.
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New Richmond A class sign-up night for the Wisconsin hunter education class starting Monday, Feb. 27, at the New Richmond National Guard Armory, will take place in the Westfields Hospital Conference Center (535 Hospital Road, New Richmond) on Monday, Feb. 13. You must have pre-registered for class sign-up night in order to attend the sign-up night. To preregister, contact Mark Schlicht at 989-305-1750.
New Richmond School Board With the old school demolition quote coming in much lower than the $1.5 million the New Richmond School Board budgeted for the project, District Administrator Patrick Olson went to the staff at all of the district's buildings to ask about some of the one time needs that the district could tackle in order to best use those leftover funds.
St. Croix Central With St. Croix Central superintendent Tim Widiker's standing challenge to try and start two new programs at the high school level this school year, Assistant High School Principal, Activities and Transportation Director Jeremy Kerg is already working on putting into motion his plan to bring Panther Production to life.
Every year, school libraries across the state get money from the Common School Fund to help pay for things like books, database usage and other things to help students learn to the best of their abilities. With the recent changes to the guidelines for the useage of the Common School Fund, St. Croix Central library media specialist Amanda Olson decided to further expand student access to helpful resources by purchasing a green screen and an iPad Pro to run the apps needed to use the screen properly.
New Richmond Middle School When an addition was tacked on to the old New Richmond Middle School in 1988 — which included the gym, cafeteria, band room and tech-education rooms — the administration at the time decided it wanted to put together a time capsule to commemorate the occasion and preserve the building's history. A dedication for the new additions to the school was held Sunday, Oct. 23. Following the dedication, the time capsule was placed behind the 1988 cornerstone at the front of the building and was not to be opened until 2088.
Staff Commentary When I celebrated my 27th birthday in November, it also marked my eleventh year of having my driver's license. In those 11 years, I have driven in my fair share of bad weather. Sometimes it was because I had to. Other times it was because I was too stubborn to let the weather and road conditions dictate when I could or couldn't drive.
Paperjack Elementary School Music Department was recently awarded a grant from the St. Croix Valley Foundation. Music teacher Jodi Mealey requested the funds to purchase 30 Remo Konga Drums to use during music class. The St. Croix Valley Foundation funded the entire purchase, awarding the school $864. For more information, visit scvfoundation.org.
Somerset Fifth Grade "A" Honor Roll Lindsey Marek Julia Rybacki Fifth Grade "B" Honor Roll Sophia Francis Ava Kopp August Lang Paytton Mattren Ada Schottler Sixth Grade "A" Honor Roll Faith Albert Addie Goeltl Lily Kopp Isabelle Measner Mia Olson Sophia Plourde Madison Raleigh Bob Schmitt Shealyn Struemke Sixth Grade "B" Honor Roll Mac House Will McGurran Ellen Nelson Tristen Patrick Nichols Haley Reger
After approving a short list of consent agenda items, the Hammond Village Board approved a series of agenda items, including the purchase of a replacement tractor, a service agreement for the south water tower and flowers for Davis Street. The first item approved by the board was the service agreement for the south water tower with Corrpro, which it done annually. The only change to the agreement was the removal of the language regarding liability, which will be handled by village attorney Tim Scott.
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