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The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police March 28-April 8. Pornographic photos Police were called to Ellsworth High School at 1:31 p.m. March 28 in reference to an incident where a student saved some hacked pornographic images of another student. The case is being referred to the Pierce County Sheriff's Office. Pool table damage
Prescott High School senior Corey Kirschbaum is the Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for April 11. He was nominated by business education teacher Samantha Martell, who said "I have Corey for three classes a day and each class Corey is continually engaged, works hard and is motivated to learn. He asks questions and challenges his thinking. Corey has a passion to go into business after graduation and his determination to learn all about business shows through each class period."
PEPIN — The Flyway Film Festival has announced that the festival organization will restructure during 2018, with plans to host a two-day event Oct. 19-20 in Stockholm, Pepin and Alma. When the Flyway's founder and executive director, Rick Vaicius, made the decision to move to the Twin Cities last year, a group of Lake Pepin-area volunteers took the reins of the annual event. According to incoming Flyway board member Mary Anne Collins-Svoboda, the group is in the process of forming a new nonprofit organization.
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SPRING VALLEY — The Spring Valley Stagehands are excited to bring "The Drowsy Chaperone" to the Spring Valley Theatre stage this April, and to have several Ellsworth residents in various roles related to the production. "The Drowsy Chaperone," directed by Ethan Hayes of Ellsworth, is a parody of American musical comedy in the 1920s. The story concerns a middle-aged, introverted musical theatre fan (Luke Hayes).
The 2017-2018 school year has one quarter left. Elmwood Middle School/High School has announced its third quarter honor roll students. They include: A Honor Roll Seniors: Luke Baier, Hannah Feuker, Terressa Kern, and Bruce Zignego Juniors: Alyssa Peterson, Rowan Rupakus, and Sophia Tiffany Sophomores: TJ Asher, Taylin DeLong, Cody Erickson, Katie Feuker, Mikena Geraets, Bailey Ginsbach, Jackson Glampe, Kendra Kern, Madisen Klink, Mathis Patigny, Shanda Trainor, and Kylie Tschumperlin
Mildred Marie Enquist (Fredrickson), known to all as Milly, was born April 24, 1924, to David and Emma Enquist in Minneapolis. Fifteen months later, her brother John was born. Her father was a veteran of World War I and worked in the construction trade in Minneapolis. Her mother was a devoted wife and mother but sadly died from cancer when Milly was 13. Losing her mother was one of Milly's most painful losses. However, she was loved and cared for by her extended family. She is forever grateful to her older cousin, Marge, who left her senior year of high school and came to live with her.
As physicians providing primary care to many residents in the area, we would like to contribute a perspective on your health care series. We were surprised you chose to survey hospital administrators rather than physicians—and feel that you would have gotten different answers than those you printed.
EAU CLAIRE — CCFBank announces the addition of a new location at 218 N. Broadway in Ellsworth. Pending regulatory approval, the new location will be open for business in May. "The CCFBank team is really excited to join the business community in Ellsworth," East Region President Tyler Tomesh said. "Having grown up in, and being based in northwest Wisconsin, it's very rewarding for me to see CCFBank help serve and support similar sized communities within this region."
DURAND — The Pepin County Historical Society will hold its annual membership meeting and spring education event at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 8, in the Durand-Arkansaw Junior-Senior High School cafeteria. Richard Cornell, author of "The Chippewa — Biography of a Wisconsin Waterway," the featured speaker, will talk about his canoe travels on the river and writing his book. This event is free and open to the public.