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Placing purchased items in cost free plastic bags at retail outlets in St. Croix County may be a thing of the past if a proposal by Buck Malick, District 6 Supervisor, gains headway.
If you think overindulgence of children by parents today is prevalent, there just may be something to it.
The St. Croix County Veterans’ Service Office was scheduled for special recognition by the board of supervisors at its November meeting Tuesday (Nov. 5). Merlin Blaisdell, veteran’s service officer, had helped a World War II veteran get the medical care needed at the end of his life. Patricia Palmer, of Woodbury, Minn., daughter-in-law of World War II Army veteran Howard Palmer wrote a letter to the board on Sept.
A Roberts man has been convicted of one felony charge in the arson of St. Croix Central Elementary School in Roberts April 30 resulting in immense damage and forcing the school to close for the rest of the year.
Two Twin Cities-area women have been charged with felony theft in connection with allegedly stealing a large number of cell phones from Walmart in New Richmond.
A man convicted of stabbing a taxi cab driver during an incident in 2009 in Baldwin was sentenced to prison Friday morning.
Hudson and North Hudson will receive funds as result of a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) major disaster declaration that affected eight counties in Wisconsin.
If you forgot enough life jackets or don't have a throw-type flotation device on board when you launch into the St. Croix River at Lakefront Park in Hudson, have no fear. A new life jacket loaner station went up over the Memorial Day weekend. Boaters may borrow a PFD in a variety of sizes and return it without charge. The loaner station was provided through a DNR grant and the labor of Double Good 4-H club from the Baldwin-Woodville area who assembled the project at home. Deputy Tim Kufus, who is starting his second year on water patrol for the St.
The defense called experts and a former co-worker from his construction job in North Dakota to testify about Aaron Schaffhausen's battle with depression and other issues Friday morning. The testimony kicked off the fifth day of the insanity portion of Schaffhausen's trial.
The defense and prosecution waded through a litany of motions in the Aaron Schaffhausen murder case in St. Croix County Circuit Court Friday morning. Judge Howard W. Cameron, Assistant Attorney General Gary Freyberg and public defender John Kucinski sparred over some two dozen motions. Schaffhausen is accused of killing his three young daughters last July in their River Falls home. He entered a not guilty by insanity (NGI) plea Jan.