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At the July 15 Council meeting, the Stanley City Council heard from local resident and Stanley Community Association (SCA) member Roxie Caswell with an update on the future dog park planned for … more
Stanley-Boyd FCCLA high school students participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference in Seattle, Washington on June 29 to July 3. The … more
Randy LaGrander, age 70, passed away suddenly on Friday, July 12, after a lifetime of hard work and dedication to the Stanley-Boyd area. Born April 22, 1954 at Marshfield to Dannie and Lorraine … more
The Stanley Rod and Gun Club will host its annual Charcoal Chicken Dinner at the Otter Lake Day Use Park on Sunday, July 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Above, Rod and Gun Club members Jeff Greschner and … more
Cecilia Eslinger, 83, passed away on July 14, surrounded by her loving family. Known in the area for having operated the Stanley Theater with late husband Daniel “Mussy” Eslinger, Cecilia … more
The Stanley Lions held their monthly meeting on July 8 at Debbie’s on Broadway, with newly installed Lion President Laurie Foster presiding. A review by Watermelon Fest Chairs indicates all is … more
Local community members enjoyed a trip to Ireland hosted by Mary McIntire and Exploria, an educational travel company, from June 5th to the 13th. The cost of the trip included flight, ground … more
Meeting Monday July 8 at the Village Hall, the Boyd Village Board--or three of five—tackled important village business. With village president Bob Geist on an excused absence and trustee … more
Returning to Boyd this Thursday July 11, Family Fun Night will see food, fun, and sports play, courtesy of the Boyd Little League and the Boyd Area Chamber of Commerce. “The bouncy houses and … more
Mike Schneider, the polka musician and accordion player behind Pint Size Polkas delighted library patrons with his lively polka tunes at the D.R. Moon Memorial Library on July 8th. Children and … more
State Representative Karen Hurd spoke to the Stanley City Council on July 1st to share her move to the Town of Withee for the opportunity to represent the constituents of the 69th District Assembly. … more
Residents of Pine Court Village addressed the Stanley City Council at the July 1st meeting expressing concern and frustration over the neglected state of Pine Court. Randy Karlen, one of the first … more
Come August 13, voters in State Assembly District 68 will have a choice of two candidates to send on to the November ballot and potentially Madison for the GOP. An open primary state, Wisconsin does … more
In the beginning it was called the Republican and Journal. Started in a now demolished building at 111 North Broadway in Stanley, the Stanley Journal was absorbed by the Stanley Republican in March … more
The Stanley Area Historical Society (SAHS) was founded in the mid-1970s. Now 49 years old, the society is seeking help with obtaining newer computer hardware, to better handle the conversion of … more
Turning out to celebrate Saturday July 6 at Chapman Park, staying for the fireworks afterward. With 30 business sponsors and 90 volunteers helping put the day together, Tom Larson of Reclaimed Tavern … more
Wisconsin State Patrol troopers will have a higher vantage point to spot dangerous driving behaviors in July thanks to a partnership with the Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association. Troopers will be … more
In a sign of changing times, the Stanley Police Department could soon be in need of a translation agreement for Spanish, due to greater interaction with Spanish speakers. “There has been an … more
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