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The public is invited to a Movie Night on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Our Savior’s Church ballpark, CTH N in Beldenville. At dusk people bring blankets and lawn chairs for the outdoor movie night. Reasonable admission and concessions, all proceeds go to ball field improvements. Cancelled if rain.
When President Obama asked for Congressional approval before taking military action against Syria, we presumed he was asking for approval from the American people. We, the people, are the constituents of U.S.
The Prescott School District welcomes new staff members to the education team. New teachers to the district in 2013-2014 are Eric Brown, Malone Special Education; Kyle Igou, High School Vice Principal/Athletic Director; Tracey Budworth, Eighth Grade Language Arts; Jenna Kadlec, High School Math; Dayna Rose, High School Spanish; and Michelle Uetz, High School Special Education.
Since May 2012, the Ad Hoc Facilities Committee for the Ellsworth School District has been working to develop plans to address the ongoing facility needs of our school district. This committee was developed through a school board goal as a way to involve community members, school board members and staff in the process. Back in November of this past school year, the committee reported its findings to the school board and recommended the involvement of professionals to investigate the best path to addressing our needs.
Another school year is here and the return of students to their classrooms is getting widespread attention. For example, Gov. Scott Walker joined State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers and local officials in welcoming the opening of the new term. Walker wants the public to know the 2013-15 biennial budget invests $380 million in new state funds to public education and $2.8 million to expand the PALS reading screener.
Tom Sitz got his way. At the Sept. 3 regular meeting, the town of River Falls supervisor asked his colleagues why the town was trying to write its own blasting law. "Why are we going down this road?" he asked. "I want this taken off the table." Sitz said the Town Board is "chasing in the wrong direction," especially since no one on the board has any real blasting experience and county and state regulations are already in place. Supervisor Leroy Kusilek agreed with Sitz.
“Becky’s New Car,” a touching comedy by Steven Dietz, will be performed Sept. 13-29 at The Phipps Center for the Arts.
The effort to raise a 60-foot houseboat that sank in the St. Croix River at Hudson early Friday morning, Aug.
CLAYTON—Cabbage rolls, ham and homemade pies are on the menu at the upcoming Holy Trinity Orthodox Church annual harvest festival. Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 15. Both the church and dining area are wheelchair-accessible. The event also features a bake and craft sale, ethnic foods, homegrown produce, a raffle, a fish pond and games for kids. The public is invited to arrive early and attend the Divine Liturgy worship service at 9:30 a.m. The church is located about five miles southeast of Clayton at 523 First St. From Hwy.
The 1930s had its Great Depression and, for the 2000s, it’s been the Great Recession. The time is now to ensure the money to live comfortably in retirement will be there. It’s also time to protect assets in the event of a lawsuit. Anyone planning for retirement, regardless of their age, needs to take the changes wrought by the Great Recession into account, according to financial advisor Phillip Rousseaux.