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Fifty-two members of the New Richmond High School Class of 1967 gathered at the American Legion Butler-Harmon Post 80 banquet hall to celebrate their 50th class reunion Saturday, Aug. 5. "We would like to thank American Legion Butler-Harmon Post 80 for hosting the event and New Richmond School District staff for tours of the middle school (Roger Reuvers) and high school (Casey Eckhardt). Also, a big thanks to our teachers (J. Henry Gingras, Bill and Betty Komula, and Chuck Mehls) for joining us."
Possibly one of the most interesting and popular selections ever as Grand Marshal for the 2017 Ox Cart Days Parade, Bette Stephens, is sure to draw a big crowd of family and friends at this year's event Sunday, Aug. 20. Apparently Stephens has already signed several autographs and has been advised to practice her wave by her children. Mother, bus driver, limo driver, business owner, bookkeeper, bowler, golfer, dancer and poker player, where should we begin?
An audience of better than 40 people filled the New Richmond Civic Center Council Chambers Thursday, Aug. 10 with excited participants in the first public engagement session for the new library, conducted by staff from MSR. Attendees were greeted by tables covered with large sheets of white paper accompanied with markers and sprinkled with candy.
Speaking on behalf of New Richmond/St. Croix County VFW Post 10818, Veteran Ken House presented a proposal to permit the post to construct a new 10,000 square foot veteran's center on a 5-acre plot located in Freedom Park.
Star Prairie's 2017 version of Ox Cart Days kicks off Thursday evening, Aug. 17, at the ball field with a 5K Walk/Run to benefit the St. Croix County Sheriff's K-9 Unit. Registration opens at 4:30 p.m. followed by the run at 6 p.m. You can load up before the race at the Chicken & Corn Feed sponsored by Deer's Bar & Grill and Southern Imports Catering beginning at 5 p.m. Restock your freezer with meat from the meat raffle at 6 p.m.
This is a story about one woman's struggle to be listened to, her fight to remain independent, and her courage in the face of a vicious disease that threatens to steal away any opportunity to live her life in a meaningful way. It is also the story of her family, friends, and community and their spiritual and financial commitment in support of her fight.
At its meeting Wednesday, Aug. 2, Star Prairie Village Board trustees discussed village policy with regard to how long residents should be given to repair leaking water service laterals on their property once a problem is discovered.
New Richmond City Administrator Mike Darrow welcomed a sparse audience to the Civic Center for the third north side listening session Monday night, July 24.