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David Woodruff | Obituaries  Leader-Telegram

David L. Woodruff, 79, of Bloomer passed away unexpectedly on April 23, 2019, at his favorite place — his cabin.

Lunch With The Packers To Benefit The Bloomer Police Department K9 Program  Bloomer Advance

Come have lunch with the Packers, on April 12, 2019 at the Bloomer Moose Lodge, doors open at 11:15 a.m. and the Packers will be arriving at noon. The cost.

'Lunch With The Packers' To Benefit The Bloomer Police Department K9 Program  Bloomer Advance

Bloomer police officer Brandon Poppe and K9 Rocky invite football fans to come have lunch with the Green Bay Packers on Friday, April 12.

School District Of Bloomer Welcomes New Staff For 2018-19  Bloomer Advance

The School District of Bloomer is excited to welcome the following new staff members to the District and community.

Meeting Location Changed: Bloomer Police Commission Wed. Feb. 27  Bloomer Advance

MEETING LOCATION CHANGED: This meeting will be held at City Hall.

Bloomer student achieves 13 years of perfect attendance  WSAW

BLOOMER, Wis. (WEAU) -- A high school student was recognized for an accomplishment few can say they've achieved. Joe Pake, a senior at Bloomer High ...

Czekalski defeats hundreds to win 2019 rope jump title in Bloomer  WQOW TV News 18

More than 200 kids walked into Bloomer High School with a rope in their hand on Saturday, but only one was able to come out with the title of grand champion.

Council Adopts Clean-Up And Brush Removal Policies  Bloomer Advance

The city of Bloomer common council adopted two policies in regard to helping city residents keep their properties neat and tidy at its regular meeting Wednesday ...

Bloomer, New Auburn Fire Departments Fight Structure Fires Saturday, Monday  Bloomer Advance

By Barry Hoff | Bloomer Advance. On Saturday, Feb. 9, the Bloomer Fire Department was called to a structure fire near the intersection of CTH F and 220th Ave.

Date Change: Police Commission Hearing On Complaint Against Chief  Bloomer Advance

The Bloomer Police Commission decided, during a closed session at its Feb. 27 meeting, to hold a formal hearing on a complaint filed by Dean Gullickson.

Bloomer High School Announces Class Of 2018 Valedictorian And Salutatorian  Bloomer Advance

The administration and staff of Bloomer High School are proud to announce the class of 2018 valedictorian, Samuel Lanzer and salutatorian, Katie Klingbeil.

Live Well Massage Now Open In Bloomer | Community News  Bloomer Advance

Live Well Massage, a new business in Bloomer, offers clients tailored massage sessions with owner Amanda Poirier.

Fossum Family Chosen As 2018 Parade Marshals | Community News  Bloomer Advance

By Ashlie Fanetti | Bloomer Advance. It's that time of year again! The Bloomer Community Fair is right around the corner and along with it the annual Bloomer ...

Marie Clark | Obituaries  Leader-Telegram

Marie Frances Clark, 81, of Bloomer, passed away Saturday, December 22, 2018, at Dove Healthcare in Bloomer with her family at her side.

City Of Bloomer Common Council Approves New Private Well; Certified Survey Map Of Lot  Bloomer Advance

By Barry Hoff | Bloomer Advance. The City of Bloomer Common Council approved a new private well for Bloomer Brewery at the old Southworth Chevrolet wash ...

New Dentist Joins The Team At Blue Diamond Family Dental  Bloomer Advance

By Barry Hoff | Bloomer Advance. Kaitlin Dougherty has joined the dental team at Blue Diamond Family Dental in Bloomer. She began seeing patients in the ...

Holiday Memories: A parental lesson on the spirit of Santa Claus  Leader-Telegram

Editor's note: Following is one of five winning entrants in the Leader-Telegram's annual Holiday Memories essay contest. Claire Henneman's essay took first ...

Nylah Gust | Obituaries  Leader-Telegram

Bloomer — Nylah O. Gust, age 87, passed away Friday, April 12, 2019 at Crestview Senior Living in Blaine, MN. She was born August 6, 1931 in Bloomer to ...

Marilyn "Doc" T. Bowe  Chippewa Herald

Marilyn “Doc” T. Bowe, 82, of Chippewa Falls passed away peacefully Sunday, March 3, 2019, at HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire.

Prep volleyball: Bloomer falls in sectional finals to Mosinee  Leader-Telegram

Rise up. It was painted on a sign in the Bloomer student section at Saturday's night sectional final volleyball match up between Bloomer and Mosinee. Bloomer ...

Sandra Ryan  Chippewa Herald

CADOTT — Sandra Jean (Weiher) Ryan, 73, of Cadott passed away Monday, March 18, 2019, at home with family at her side.

Randall gives retirement notice in Bloomer  Chippewa Herald

Dr. Mary Randall, who has led the Bloomer School District during a time of growth that has included a new elementary school and an addition to the middle ...

Bloomer student takes the crown in 2018 rope jump competition  Chippewa Herald

BLOOMER — A reigning champion has nabbed the first place spot for the second year in a row at the annual Bloomer Jump Rope Championship on Saturday.

Bloomer students work to honor late teacher  Chippewa Herald

BLOOMER — On an outing Monday that teacher Derek Thompson helped organize, Bloomer High School seniors ate lunch on a picnic table made in his ...

Bloomer teacher dies in Highway 64 crash  Chippewa Herald

The driver of a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban truck was traveling in the wrong lane in a Saturday night crash that killed a Bloomer special education teacher, a report ...

New electronic device allows students to see images of cadavers  Leader-Telegram

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Micah Atkins placed his fingers on the screen and flipped through several images of an actual cadaver. Even though Atkins has only used ...

Toycen Motors Closing After 65 Years In Bloomer | Community News  Bloomer Advance

Toycen Motors, 1115 Martin Road, will close June 29 after selling its Buck/GMC franchises and the Bloomer Ford real estate to Southworth Chevrolet.

Jane Schmock | Obituaries  Leader-Telegram

Jane E. Schmock, age 82, passed away Thursday, February 21, 2019, at Dove Healthcare in Bloomer. She was born January 1, 1937, in Colfax to Ernest and ...

Local student achieves 13 years of perfect attendance  WEAU

BLOOMER, Wis. (WEAU) -- An area high school student is being recognized for an accomplishment few can say they've achieved. Joe Pake, a Senior at ...

Frozen pipe prompts response to Bloomer High School  WEAU

BLOOMER, Wis. (WEAU)-- The Bloomer School District says it's keeping a close eye on pipes in its high school building after an issue Saturday morning.

Bloomer Ford Relocating To Chippewa Falls | Community News  Bloomer Advance

By Dave Boyea. Toycen's Bloomer Ford is relocating its dealership to Chippewa Falls when its new Toycen Ford shop near Chippewa Crossing Boulevard and ...

Bloomer coach defends himself against accusations | Front Page  Leader-Telegram

The Bloomer High School boys' basketball coach is defending himself against accusations that he became physical with a student-athlete during a game Jan.

NEW INFORMATION: Bloomer teacher dies in car crash  WEAU

According to the Chippewa County Sheriff's Office, a two-car crash happened Saturday evening in Chippewa County killing one person.

Yakesh Steel Now Open For Business | Community News  Bloomer Advance

By Barry Hoff | Bloomer Advance. People looking for steel, and other metals, have a new supplier in the area to choose from. Bryon Yakesh, a 1987 graduate of ...

Bloomer fair to entertain through Sunday  Chippewa Herald

The Bloomer Community Fair launched on Thursday at the fairgrounds on 1609 9th Ave with the opening of its carnival, and will end on Sunday afternoon with a ...

Driver in fatal Bloomer crash avoids charges  Chippewa Herald

The driver of a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban in an April crash that killed Bloomer special education teacher Derek J. Thompson will not face charges, Chippewa ...

Heavy rains cause flooding in Bloomer  WEAU

The Bloomer Streets Department says the last time the water was this high was in 1988.

Bloomer School District New Staff For 2013-14 | Front Page  Bloomer Advance

The Bloomer School District staff has some new faces for the 2013-14 school year. New support staff members include Jessica Deringer, food *service* director; ...

This physical education teacher was awarded for making a heart-healthy difference  Bloomer Advance

Pam Best, a retired Mars Area Elementary School health and physical education teacher, has been selected to receive the 2019 American Heart Association ...

Private Martin A. Treptow Centennial Remembrance | Community News  Bloomer Advance

One of the most extraordinary stories from World War I has direct ties to Bloomer and Cherokee, Iowa. Bloomer Mayor Jeff Steinmetz and Mayor Craig Schmidt of ...

Madsen resigns as Bloomer basketball coach  WEAU

BLOOMER, Wis. (WEAU) -- After three years, the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Bloomer High School is stepping down. Luke Madsen said in an email he ...

Mystic Grill Opens South Of New Auburn | Front Page  Bloomer Advance

Mystic Grill, 23583 CTH SS, New Auburn, opened in the former Roadhouse Bar and Grill earlier this summer, and is owned by Nikki Poirier and Andrew Holm.

SWAT Team Members Train At Old Bloomer Middle School  Bloomer Advance

By Barry Hoff | Bloomer Advance. Police officers from more than nine different agencies, including the Bloomer Police Department, converged on the old ...

Cornell hires former Bloomer man as police chief  Chippewa Herald

Brian Hurt grew up in Bloomer, graduating from Bloomer High School in 1986. His parents continue to live in the Bloomer area.

'Stuff The Bus' Organizers Are Thankful For 2017; Plan For 2018  Bloomer Advance

During the first two weeks of August, 11 Bloomer businesses partnered together for “Stuff the Bus,” a campaign to benefit area children who are in need of school ...

Piranhas Making Splash At Bloomer Area Aquatic Center  Bloomer Advance

Bloomer members of the Chippewa Falls YMCA Piranhas swim team includes (front, form left) Rachel Glenn, Asher Erickson, Jack Bixby, Lane Branville, ...

UPDATE: Schools, communities show their support for Chetek  WEAU

From schools, to businesses, to law enforcement agencies, communities around western Wisconsin are wearing purple to Unite 4 Chetek.

Poirier's path takes her home | News  Chippewa Herald

BLOOMER n Dennis Poirier had encouraged his wife to get her degree in nursing.

May 2 Snowstorm of 2013 | News  Bloomer Advance

An early spring snowstorm dumped over 10" of snow on the area closing schools and businesses and making travel treacherous at best.

Your right to know is threatened | Free News & Features  Bloomer Advance

For more than two centuries, governments in this country have paid newspapers to publish public notices about the actions of government.

White Birch Bar And Grill Back In The Family  Bloomer Advance

By Heather Rothbauer-Wanish. For many years, the White Birch Inn was a fixture of local camaraderie, good friends, and fun times. In more recent times, the bar ...

Not skipping out: Students ready for rope jump  Chippewa Herald

Brady Johnson, Autumn Lemanski and Conrad Gebauer jump rope so quick you lose track of how many times they have jumped.

Bryant Foundation offers scholarships | |  La Crosse Tribune

The Edwin E. and Janet L. Bryant Foundation, Inc. is sponsoring $500000 in scholarship awards in amounts of up to $12000 each.

Chippewa County communities set Trick-or-Treat times  Chippewa Herald

Children and their parents are encouraged to don their Halloween costumes, grab their goodie bags and be mindful of these Halloween safety tips as they set ...

Mary T. (Shakal) Moldenhauer  Chippewa Herald

Mary Theresa (Shakal) Moldenhauer, 50, of Ellsworth passed away suddenly on Saturday, June 15, 2013.

Volunteers Build New Segment of Ice Age Trail in Chippewa...  Volume One

Crews of volunteers ranging from all-terrain vehicle users to high school students collaborated to build a 1.7-mile segment for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail ...

Thin Ice: Tragedy of fallen hotshot firefighter from Bloomer is burned in memory  Leader-Telegram

Forty years ago this coming July 17, at about 2:40 in the afternoon near the top of a steep, sun-baked ridge in western Colorado, four members of the Mormon ...

Todd Marks hired as North Boys' Basketball Coach  WEAU

North High School announced today that Todd Marks has been hired as Head Boys Basketball Coach. Marks is a Fall Creek High School graduate where ...

How To 'Legally' Hold An 'Illegal' Closed Meeting  Bloomer Advance

Those of you on governmental bodies will want to pay special attention to this editorial. I have stumbled upon the perfect plan for holding an open meeting with ...

Four Years, One Shot - team manager's on-court performance...  Volume One

A basketball game was played on a Thursday night, and like many played across the state of Wisconsin, this one began with the arrival of a yellow bus. You see ...

'Water From Steam Plume' Design Wins State Engineering Contest  Bloomer Advance

By Barry Hoff. Anyone who has driven north of Bloomer on STH 53 to New Auburn and beyond undoubtedly has seen large plumes of steam coming from sand ...

Decision 2018: Incumbent, challenger announce candidacies for 67th Assembly District  Leader-Telegram

CHIPPEWA FALLS — The race is on in the 67th Assembly District where incumbent Rob Summerfield, R-Bloomer, and Democrat Wren Keturi of Chippewa Falls ...

New Auburn wins national Rube Goldberg Machine Contest  Bloomer Advance

On Saturday, April 5, 18 schools from 10 different states—as far away as Arkansas, Texas and Maryland—converged on Waukesha County Technical College ...

Jail given for driver in armed robbery | Front Page  Leader-Telegram

An Eau Claire man will spend a year in jail and 10 years on probation for planning an armed robbery and serving as the getaway driver.

Courage, spirit, hard work pay off for Extra Effort Award winners  Chippewa Herald

Who says there's no good news about young people? That was the message being shared Wednesday evening during the 2017 Extra Effort Awards reception at ...

Three suspects identified in two armed robberies  WEAU

Three suspects have been identified in the armed robberies of two area businesses.

Sgt. Dakota J. Volkman  Chippewa Herald

Sgt. Dakota J. Volkman, 23, of Anchorage, Alaska, passed away suddenly on April 6, 2015, in Anchorage.

Owens Corning to close Ladysmith plant | Regional News  Bloomer Advance

Owens Corning officials announced last week it will layoff its entire Ladysmith workforce of 69 employees as it stops production at its Conwed Wall Technology ...

Girl Scouts Honor CVTC Instructor Judi Anibas  Bloomer Advance

When Judi Anibas overheard an inappropriate comment during one of the classes she teaches at Chippewa Valley Technical College's (CVTC) Law ...

Ewings loves results of her work as a plastic surgeon  Chippewa Herald

EAU CLAIRE — Ember Ewings loves being able to see how her work turns out. Especially when she sees her patients smile.

Former Bloomerite And Great Clips Co-Founder Speaks At 30th Anniversary  Bloomer Advance

David Rubenzer, 1968 graduate of Bloomer High School and co-founder of Great Clips, was a key speaker recently at the 30th Anniversary Great Clips ...

Kyes goes from Onalaska to his home course in Cadott  Chippewa Herald

ONALASKA — He submitted his resignation as the boys golf coach at Onalaska High School on Wednesday morning.

WIAA D3 softball: Prescott advances past Stratford  Pierce County Herald

PRESCOTT -- Everytime Stratford threatened, Prescott had an answer. The Cardinals allowed a runner to third base in the first inning before Kaili Wescott struck ...

Around Town Briefs 4/29/18 | Local Briefs  Leader-Telegram

GOOD CITIZENS: Twenty-one high school students in northwestern Wisconsin were recently named Good Citizens by the Eau Claire Chapter of the Daughters ...

Hands on Wisconsin: Conservatives aren't interested in preventing abortions  Bloomer Advance

Conservative legislators across the country are passing laws to restrict and ban abortions but they are uninterested in pragmatic and proven practices to prevent ...

Hope Village's Tiny Houses gain traction in community  Chippewa Herald

What started as the Chippewa Falls Mission Coalition's tentative plan to help the homeless in Chippewa County has turned into a community effort.

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