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Deadline to apply is March 12 The Wisconsin State Patrol is recruiting for troopers and inspectors for its next recruit class, which will begin training on Sept. 24, 2017, and graduate on March 30, 2018.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) would like to remind motorists to be cautious if traveling in what could be hazardous conditions. Snow and a mix of snow and rain is expected to make driving very difficult Tuesday evening through Wednesday, especially to the south of New Richmond.
Judy Carlson, a representative of Ruby's Pantry in New Richmond, has announced that the next distribution in the area won't be held until Thursday, Feb. 16. Last week, she announced the distribution that had been scheduled for earlier in January had been changed to Jan. 26. However, that date did not work and the January distribution had to be cancelled.
Healthy forests are the centerpiece of the RGS/AWS mission, and this important mission is shared by many other conservation organizations. By engaging with our conservation partners, we can therefore pool "time, talent and treasure" to have a synergistic impact on our forest resources — an impact far greater than would be possible when acting independently.
Western Wisconsin Health is excited to announce the arrival of the 2017 New Year baby. Dominic Jambois Sprader made his arrival on January 2, 2017 at 6:34 am.
Every year, the third Saturday and Sunday in January is designated as Free Fishing Weekends across the state of Wisconsin. Residents and nonresidents of all ages can fish without a fishing license (and trout stamps) over these two days. However, all other fishing regulations (length limits, bag limits, etc.) apply. No ice is safe ice, so plan accordingly. For more information, call Conservation Warden Paul Sickman at 715-684-2914, ext. 120.
St. Croix County recently announced that they had selected and awarded a contract to RACOM Corporation of Marshalltown, Iowa, for improvements to the county’s public safety radio communications system. The action follows the county’s Request for Proposals (RFP) issued in August 2016. The county received five proposals from four vendors in response to its RFP.
The Bosch Community Fund recently awarded $70,000 in grants to eight programs in the New Richmond and Shell Lake communities. The grants provide support for various science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and environmental sustainability programs and activities including curriculum, internships and FIRST Robotics. “I am excited that Bosch Packaging Technology Inc. can continue to support our communities in New Richmond and Shell Lake to get access to grants from the Bosch Community Fund,” said Alexander Schmitz, general manager of Bosch Packaging Technology Inc.
Express Employment Professionals, a locally owned and operated staffing company, recently brought Brooke Gilles on board to help operate its New Richmond office. Brooke comes to Express with prior recruiting, hiring and onboarding experience. She graduated from UW-Stout with a degree in human development and family studies. She currently resides in River Falls with her husband. Brooke is excited to be a part of one of the top staffing companies in the U.S. and Canada. Express staffs administrative, commercial and professional positions.
Xcel Energy is expanding its support of United Way St. Croix Valley’s Food Resource Center (FRC) by donating and volunteering with the FRC’s brand new backpack program. Xcel Energy employees recently packed 125 backpacks with food for children to be distributed to the 14 food pantries and shelters who come to pick up food once per month at the FRC. In addition, Xcel Energy donated $2,000 to provide the food and backpacks that were packed.