New Richmond News
The air may be getting cooler but that doesn't mean you have to hibernate just yet! While the library staff is looking forward to cool autumn evenings curled up with a good book and a cup of cocoa or cider, they are also looking forward to getting outdoors to see the fall colors and feel the crisp air.
During a recent in-service day local faculty from the New Richmond School District completed "Stop the Bleed" training. "Stop the Bleed" is a national campaign to train lay rescuers basic skills to control severe bleeding in the minutes before trained first responders arrive on scene.
Addison Kofal Fifth Grade Parent(s): Melanie and Bryan Kofal Favorite class: Math Favorite activities: Dance, volleyball, basketball and BFS Favorite book: "Mexico Moon" What I want to be when I grow up: Biomedical engineer What I like about school: I like math and you get to hang out with your friends. Learn many subjects and lots of clubs and other activities. Braden Underdahl Fifth Grade Parent(s): Tonya, Bobby Favorite class: Writing
Crowning Achievements is a 501(c)(3) in Hudson serving men and women with special needs in the St. Croix Valley of Minnesota, Wisconsin and beyond. The organization will host its 10th annual pageant and raffle on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. at Faith Community Church (250 Paperjack Drive) in New Richmond. Immediately following the pageant will be a refreshment social time and the raffle. Crowning Achievements is a non-profit, with 100 percent of funds raised going back into the program to keep it cost-free for participants.
Noah Bodlovick works hard and puts forth his best effort in and out of the classroom. He is kind and respectful toward his teachers and classmates. Noah is a pleasure and an asset to the fifth grade class.
St. Croix Central Elementary students were recognized for showing the character trait of cooperation during September at a recent CARES program assembly. Kindergartners recognized included: Charlie Hoeffs, Evan Ophus, Jack Garden, Katelyn Schalla, Kami Stone and Collins Nyhus. First-graders recognized were Trace Ragsdale, Anna Linder, Jaxson Skoraczewski, Clara Gottfredsen, Bentley Post and Harper Kenall. Second-graders selected were Jack Olson, Paisley Stanton, Brinlee Miller, Brooklynn VanNess, Keldyn Rutten and Della Miller.
The Wisconsin 2018 fall election is weeks away and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) wants to be sure people know how to obtain identification, free of charge, that is valid for voting. Most persons already have valid identification for voting purposes (driver license, identification card, military or student ID card, etc.). There is no separate "voter ID." Anyone unsure if their identification meets the requirements should visit the Wisconsin Elections Commission website to check.
Have you ever wondered about the history of your home or business? Is it possible that a notable person once lived there? Do you want to learn more about the architecture or the person(s) who designed or built a particular building? A new project is set to kick-off that will help uncover some of New Richmond’s local history and identify properties that might be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
SAN DIEGO — A 2006 Somerset High School graduate and Somerset native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the staff assigned to Commander, Littoral Combat Ship Squadron One Naval reserve unit, supporting one of the country's most versatile combat ships. Petty Officer 1st Class Dylan Schachtner is a Navy gunner's mate serving under Commander, Littoral Combat Ship Squadron One Naval reserve unit based in San Diego.
MADISON—Voters could set a new record if they approve all of the more than $1.4 billion in school referenda questions on the Nov. 6 ballot, according to a report from the nonpartisan, independent Wisconsin Policy Forum.