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The Stockholm Art Fair 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 20 will be a "festive, five-sensory soiree." According to planners, "it's probably the best blind date you'll ever have" — as you fall in love with 105 of the region's talented artists. The fair will feature locally sourced food and drink, four musical acts and the Wisconsin's village galleries and cafes. There's singing and dancing, eating and drinking.
Thefts and scams • A collector car was reported stolen at 9:37 a.m. June 24 on County Road G in Elmwood. The vehicle was taken from a pole shed sometime in April. • A complainant reported a possible scam in the Pierce County Express at 9:02 a.m. June 25 at W4598 County Road N in Beldenville. The complainant was not out any money. • A camera captured suspects involved in a burglary at a storage unit which was reported at 12:55 a.m. June 25 on 902nd St. in River Falls. Suspicious Bible reader
English Lutheran Church (229 W. Main St., Ellsworth) has a "Sharing Shed." This is a place you can come to drop off items you wish to donate to someone in need. Donations accepted are listed below. No electronics, only necessities. Our shed is a small garden shed, so smaller items only, no furniture. Thank you for your generosity! It is also a place you can come to take items you are in need of. There is no charge and no
Elmwood Middle-High School salutes the following fourth quarter honor roll students for 2018-19: A Honor Roll Seniors: Amber Bartz, Nicholas Forster, Alyssa Peterson, Rowan Rupakus, Sophia Tiffany, Alexia Waltz. Juniors: Thomas Asher, Allie Bauer, Taylin DeLong, Cody Erickson, Katie Feuker, Mikena Geraets, Bailey Ginsbach, Kendra Kern, Madisen Klink, Shanda Trainor, Trevor Tuenge. Sophomores: Philomena Awsumb, Anna Blanford, Brooklyn Link, Jacob Waltz, Veronica Weix. Freshmen: Josiah Donato, Curtis Eng, Lucas Webb.
Burglaries • Two trailers were reported to have been broken into at 7:42 a.m. June 3 on 945th Street in River Falls. Three gas powered saws were taken and the fence behind the business was cut. • A vehicle was reported stolen from Main Street in Bay City on June 3. Statements were collected and video footage was requested at 6:54 p.m. June 5. • A theft report was taken in the lobby of the sheriff's department at 3:13 p.m. June 6 reported at W7128 320th Ave. in Ellsworth.
Pierce County wants to ensure that homeowners are aware of potential issues with their well water. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources recommends that homeowner's test their well water annually. Well water contamination can result in health issues, such as diarrheal illness and "blue baby syndrome," an oxygen deficiency in the blood of infants.
The 2019 Memorial Day was a little "wetter" than usual, but as special as always. The Plum City American Legion Post #365 and its Auxiliary celebrate Memorial Day as a way to honor veterans and service members who have served and protected us. Post #365 went to each of the local cemeteries, Plum City High School and Plum City Care Center/Seasons, though shortened their presentations at each due to the weather. The final stop was at Spring Pond Park.
Ellsworth High School students who earned a place on the fourth quarter honor roll for the 2018-19 school year are as follows: Seniors
Spring Valley Middle-High School has released the names of its fourth quarter honor roll students for the 2018-19 school year. GPA — 4.0 (Semester 2) Seniors: Lauren Anderson, Dylan Bosshart, Madison Maier Juniors: Savannah Carlberg, Jonathan Corriea, Taylor Falde, Clara Gland, Kari Hybben, John Larson, Kristine Miller, Hope Webb Sophomores: Michael Bauer, Ava Bawek, Sophie Bechel, Nolan Stans, Aivary Stein
The Prescott Kiwanis Student of the Week for May 29 is Prescott High School senior Maddi Stites, who was nominated by Prescott High School Principal Josh Fiege. "Miss Stites exemplifies the core values of PHS—responsibility, rigor, respect," said Fiege. "She is our valedictorian and has achieved that through rigorous course-load. Miss Stites is the very best of what we hope our students to be at PHS." Parent(s): Brian Stites and Kristi Charles