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The following incidents were investigated by the Ellsworth Police Department Dec. 11-18.
Prescott High School freshman Maddie Tibayan is the Dec. 27 Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week. She was nominated by physical education and health teacher Abbie Morris, who said "Maddie works very hard in my class. She always puts in above and beyond effort in on her projects. She cares very much about her academics and always provides me with a laugh in my class."
Prescott High School junior Mason Cable is the Dec. 20 Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week. He was nominated by physical education teacher Jay Bartsch, who said "Mason works extremely hard in my physical education class whether it's during one of our activities or working out in the weight room. Mason is willing to put forth a little extra without being asked." Cable is the son of Janet Showers (Bryant Reichstadt). He enjoys cooking, the outdoors, 4-wheeling, weight lifting and hanging out with friends. He has been in wrestling since he was 5 years old.
Ave Maria Academy in Plum City invited parents, family and friends to view their Christmas program Thursday, Dec. 14, called "The Spirit of Christmas."
Nearly 1,100 farmers and agriculturists from across Wisconsin attended the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation's 98th annual meeting and Young Farmer and Agriculturist Conference, Dec. 1-4 in Wisconsin Dells. Delegates from Pierce County included Laura Benitz of Maiden Rock, Peter Kimball of River Falls and Kevin Knutson of Beldenville. Farm Bureau delegates adopted the policies that will guide the legislative agenda for the state's largest general farm organization in 2018. Resolutions were submitted by delegates as part of a grassroots policy development process.
On Nov. 21, St. Joseph Parish School students in Mrs. Ironside's kindergarten class memorized, dressed up and recited nursery rhymes for friends and families. Photos courtesy of St. Joseph Parish School
Prescott High School senior George Wazlawik is the Dec. 13 Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week. He was nominated by math teacher Bryce McCauley, who said "I have chosen George as the student of the week because of his positive attitude and hard work in the math classroom. As a senior, George is taking AP Calculus where he is an active participant who is always ready for class and willing to help others. In addition, he has done some volunteering during Cardinal Time to help tutor students that need extra support in math.
The first quarter Prescott High School honor roll accolades for the 2017-2018 school year go to: A honor roll Freshmen: Tori Benck, Anthony Braun, Grace Carlson, Austin Fox, Jessica Geerdes, Lauren Hanson, Breanne Hudak, Marissa Jansen, Jade Johnson, Emma Kreager, Sophia Lebakken, Isabella Lenz, Walker Lenz, Emily Linder, Connor Lubich, Carl Meyer, Hayden Pattridge, Delaney Sanford, Talbot Stites, Benjamin Strandmark, Madeleine Tibayan, Sophia Tibayan, Jessica Urman and Max Wazlawik.
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The following incidents were investigated by the Ellsworth Police Department Nov. 27-Dec. 3. Tenant troubles • Police responded at 8:36 p.m. Nov. 27 to 575 N. Maple St., where a main floor of an apartment was flooded with water. Police assisted by turning off the water to the leaking valve. The landlord arrived a short time later.