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Village of Star Prairie The Village of Star Prairie found itself in a pinch during the recent snowfall with the dump truck not working and being between maintenance operators with Brody Larson moving over to the county crew and new hire Bob Anez not quite in place yet. Luckily a call from trustee Craig Matthys to Jeff Johansen roused the Alden town board, which approved one of its trucks to help clear village streets.
Considering buying or selling a house? A little gun shy from the last housing debacle? Curious about just how tight credit really is? Somerset Realtor, Amy McCune, has assembled a brand new team of professionals just in time to answer all your questions. She and her team have moved into the old tattoo parlor on the river at 103 Main St., Somerset. Gone are the black lights, needles and dragons, replaced with new carpet, fresh paint and new offices.
New Richmond Westfields Hospital & Clinic CEO Steve Massey addressed an audience eager to tour the latest additions and improvements to the hospital at a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday evening. Massey offered thanks to his board members for their vision and support throughout the process, and to architects BWBR and Derrick Companies for their design and execution of the plan.
Somerset Tuesday, Jan. 31, will be remembered as the day student entrepreneurs rolled up their sleeves and got busy running their own retail store at Somerset High School. Fourteen students, enrolled in business and information technology instructor Jen Sutton's entrepreneurship class, joined representatives from the chamber of commerce, First National Community Bank, KB Custom Cabinets, Wittstock Builders, and Carpeting by Mike for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the store for business.
The Village of Star Prairie found itself in a pinch during the recent snowfall with the dump truck not working and being between maintenance operators with Brody Larson moving over to the county crew and new hire Bob Anez not quite in place yet. Luckily a call from trustee Craig Matthys to Jeff Johansen roused the Alden town board, which approved one of its trucks to help clear village streets.
> Somerset's robotics program shined at the recent Somerset Robotics Tournament, part of the VEX Challenge, held Jan. 14 at the high school. Coach Eric Olson reported that it was an all Somerset Spartan Finals with Spartans 1 (Henry Thurber, Glenn Coerber, Kendra Castaneda, and Zac Cahanes) and Alpha Spartans (Izaak Newhouse, Cole Erickson, Colten Musta, and Dominic Abott) teaming up to defeat Spartans 6 (Ben Cahanes, and Dalton Gallaway) and Spartans 7 (Kian Rohow and Sam Schmoker).
Village of Roberts At a special meeting Jan. 19, Village of Roberts trustees listened to a proposal detailing how an inventive new green technology could be connected to their existing water treatment facility to enable the municipality to meet the stringent new phosphorus requirement set by the DNR to take effect Jan.1, 2019.
Somerset As part of an ongoing effort to solicit input and improve communication with community members, Superintendent Mark Bezek facilitated a wide-ranging discussion with members of core organizations about the future potential of Somerset and the roles each organization might play in that future. Bezek, with help from the Chamber of Commerce, invited representatives from the board of education, Village of Somerset Board, Town of Somerset Board, as well as students to a Saturday morning planning session at Bristol Ridge Golf Club.
Somerset At their meeting Tuesday evening, trustees approved the purchase of two new squad radios at a cost of $1,800 for the Village of Somerset police department. The radios were needed to enable the department to function effectively as part of the newly upgraded emergency communications network for St. Croix County due to become operational in April.
New Richmond Feeling anxious, worried about finances, family, the future? You are not alone. According to a recent survey by the American Psychological Association, the average adult stress level rose from 4.9 in 2014 to 5.1 on a 10-point stress scale. The number of U.S. adults reporting they were experiencing extreme stress grew from 18 percent to 24 percent in 2015.