New Richmond News
This past week has been incredibly difficult for the SCC students, staff and community. I want to thank the many members of the community that have supported the SCC family this past week. An African proverb states that it takes a village to raise a child. I am blessed to be part of a community that supports our students and schools.
The following was submitted by St. Croix Central Superintendent Tim Widiker on behalf of the St. Croix Central School Distirct: Zeke Orme, a sophomore at St. Croix Central High School, passed away Wednesday, September 16th.
Two people were arrested Wednesday night following a reported armed robbery in New Richmond. According to the New Richmond Police Department, officers were called at 7:37 p.m. to the 600...
Organizers of The Moving Wall were thrilled with how the four days of last weekend’s event turned out in New Richmond. “The City of New Richmond and the staff of New Richmond were outstanding,” Scottie Ard, one of the key organizers of the event, told The New Richmond News this week. “To pull Freedom Park, which was essentially a field, into an excellent site … the event ran so smoothly … We kept waiting for a shoe to drop and nothing did. It was amazing.”
Town of Forest officials respond To the Editor: Town Board of Forest has announced that on Aug. 27, 2015, the St. Croix Circuit Court ordered the Public Service Commission of...
We are excited to announce that Brittany Fahrenkamp is the new Youth Services/Programming Coordinator for the Hazel Mackin Community Library. Brittany has a lot of enthusiasm and a true love for libraries, literacy and working with children and adults. Make sure to stop in to welcome Brittany in her new position at the Hazel Mackin Community Library. Below is an introduction from Brittany:
Veronica and John Grage have opened Up Your Alley Vintage in the former Bowlarena building at 320 S. Knowles Ave., a new business that will feature only mid-century items. Always with a love of anything related to the late-1940s through the early -1970s, the Grages, retired employees of Xcel Energy, decided a couple of years ago to purchase the old bowling alley and refurbish the front part of the building into a retail shop.
Fifteen new teachers and staff members will join the Somerset School District ranks for the 2015-16 school year. They were welcomed with a new teacher luncheon at Bristol Ridge Golf...
Fifteen emerging agricultural leaders, including Leslie Svancina of Deer Park, have been selected to participate in the Farm Bureau Institute. The year-long leadership training program’s mission is to develop strong and effective agricultural leaders.
Aug. 21-23 at SomerStar Ranch in Somerset (Somerset Amphitheater) Trisha Nepsha was named the 2015 Iron Cowgirl. Nepsha is 25 years old and lives in Bethel, Minn. It was her first year competing in the Iron Cowgirl. The Iron Cowgirl competition saw an increase of 48 percent in competitor registrations and drew contestants from Illinois, North Dakota, Wisconsin and Minnesota.