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An incident at the train track crossing of South Knowles Avenue in the City of New Richmond Monday evening, Sept. 19, resulted in damage to a vehicle, but no injuries...
Troopers say driver of wrecked semi was drunk
Walker takes no stance on investigation into John Doe leaks Gov. Scott Walker says he has no opinion on whether the state should investigate leaks of secret John Doe testimony alleging pay to play against Republicans.
State considers looking for source of Walker John Doe leak
Gas pump 'skimmer' discoveries prompt investigations
Ride Saturday, Sept.17, on a bike tour to raise scholarship dollars. JohnnyRide’s 16- to 25-mile loop from the Baldwin township hall via Glenwood City takes riders through Wisconsin’s beautiful, rolling countryside with its finest mid-September fall colors in full display. Riders will gather at the Baldwin township hall, 2399 90th Ave., located just northeast of Baldwin. Watch for blue and white balloon markers and the blue JohnnyRide bike.
The St. Croix County Transit Planning Subcommittee is working with the West Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of transit services to serve an increasing demand for trips within St. Croix County, and between St. Croix County and neighboring communities. There will be an open house for the public to provide input Wednesday, Oct. 5, 6-8 p.m., at the St. Croix County Agricultural Center located at 1960 8th Ave., in Baldwin.
The inaugural New Richmond Chamber of Commerce- and City of New Richmond-sponsored “State of the Education” forum focusing on the year ahead will be held Friday, Sept. 16, 7:30-9 a.m., at WITC’s Cashman Center in New Richmond. In addition to discussing challenges, changes and the new school year ahead, the focus of this event to chamber members is “Preparing Tomorrow’s Workforce” -- one of the most relevant issues facing employers locally and across the state and country.
A few members of the New Richmond High School graduating Class of 1966 met recently to discuss attendance at NRHS’s Homecoming game Friday. Sept. 30. Mari (McCabe) Driscoll, Jim Murtha and Bruce Anderson attempted to compile a list of class members within a reasonably close vicinity of New Richmond that might be able to attend the game as a group.
Changes allow transport of heavier loads of petroleum products