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The City of New Richmond is detouring traffic traveling along Hwy. 64 starting today, Monday, Aug. 22, due to the East/West River Drive street project - a section of West Fourth Street will be closed to through traffic until Thursday. For more information, contact the city offices at 715-246-4268.
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‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign runs from Aug. 19 to Sept. 5 Law enforcement officers throughout the state will be out in force to combat drunken driving during...
The St. Croix Valley Foundation (SCVF) has announced that the online grant application is now available for Music Education programs for K-12 students in St. Croix Valley schools. The Music Education Fund of the St. Croix Valley Foundation was established by Nyda Swanson in 2002. The widow of Earl Swanson, former CEO of Andersen Corporation, saw the St. Croix Valley Foundation as a way to enhance the quality of music education programs for children throughout the St. Croix Valley region’s schools.
Suspected infiltrator discovered by Feingold camp
ESR has announced that a groundbreaking for a new facility in New Richmond will be held next week. The new facility, located at 650 St. Croix Ave., New Richmond, in the New Richmond Business and Technical Park, will become ESR’s new headquarters for programs that serve nearly 100 individuals with disabilities residing in St. Croix County.
Phillips-Medisize Corporation (Phillips-Medisize), a global leader in outsource design, development and manufacturing services for the medical industry announced today that it has entered into a binding agreement to be acquired by Molex LLC (Molex), a global manufacturer of complete interconnect solutions.
White House candidates sound off in Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) has released its annual Equalized Value Report. The report shows that Wisconsin’s total statewide equalized property value as of Jan. 1, 2016, was $505 billion, a 3 percent increase over the prior year. Equalized Values are based on data from Jan. 1, 2015, to Jan. 1, 2016.