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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For most students, applying for college is a relatively easy endeavor that might require writing an essay or getting letters of recommendation from a teacher. But for Somerset homeschooled student Jacob Lindahl, the process has been much harder and required a lot more work than a normal high school student applying for college would have to go through.
New Richmond Up until last summer, Krumm Siding & Roofing owners Mike and Cheryl Krumm operated their business out of their basement. However, after realizing that their business was growing too much to continue working out of their home, the Krumms relocated their offices to 1424 Hwy 64.
New Richmond Have you ever stepped into a 50s diner and wondered what stories the restaurant could tell you if it could speak? The New Richmond High School's spring play, "The Hope and Heartache Diner," angles to play out the scenes from a few of the stories of love, family and life that an old 50s diner has to share.
Lifetime New Richmond residents Tom and Lisa Rickard have wanted to own a family business for quite some time, but it wasn’t until last November that the couple made that dream a reality when they purchased the AmeriVu Inn & Suites in New Richmond.
The unofficial results for local election races are in, as of 8:42 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4. For more information and full listing of all results from the April 4 election, visit co.saint-croix.wi.us and click on 2017 Spring Election under the “election” subhead on the left side of the page.
The Hammond Village Board spent almost two hours, according to meeting minutes, discussing a series of motions on its Monday, March 27, regular board meeting agenda, including throwing its support behind the library’s plan to build a new library.
Somerset Middle School recognizes the February Students of the Month for their strong displays of character. Students selected for February exemplify the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.
Written by Friday Memorial Library director Kimberly Hennings. It recently dawned on me that, while I often talk about the library’s digital resources, I have never discussed the programs that help make those resources available to our community.
Makayla Langeness Grade: 6 Parent (s) name (s): Chance and Jessica Favorite class: Art and Phy Ed Favorite activities: Reading, basketball, biking and swimming. What I like about school … The teachers are all really nice. Carly Rodriguez Grade: 6
St. Croix Central The St. Croix Central school board approved a series of resignations and hirings as part of its consent agenda during its March 20 regular meeting. Two of those approvals saw the district's athletic director, assistant high school principal and transportation director, Jeremy Kerg, resign, while the district hired Lindsay Jacobs as the new elementary assistant principal to replace Shelly Clay, who will be taking over as principal at the elementary school next fall.