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SCC Empty Bowls auction benefits Roberts Food Pantry

Amidst long tables filled with a circus of brightly colored hand made bowls, Hammond area students, teachers and parents gathered together to share a meal and participate in an auction as part of the Empty Bowls project at St. Croix Central High School Monday night.

New Richmond News, 02/24/2012

Record low interest rates attracts SCC board

At Monday’s regular meeting, a skeleton St. Croix Central School Board directed Baird Financial representative, Brian Brewer, to prepare a resolution to help guide the board in determining how best to refinance the district’s outstanding debt.

New Richmond News, 02/24/2012

Roberts development would include Flying J truckstop, McDonalds

With board member Peter Tharp dissenting, the Roberts Village Board approved rezoning a piece of property from ag-residential to a B-5 highway business district, moving the Flying J truck stop project one step closer to reality.

New Richmond News, 02/21/2012

Limo arrives bearing gifts for area Love Baskets families

Love Baskets and Grace Place had an unexpected delivery on Friday, Dec. 16: a stretch limo stuffed with new toys. “They just called us up and said they had all these toys to donate,” said Tammy Rabb, of Grace Place in Somerset.

New Richmond News, 12/23/2011

School traffic causes concern for Village of Roberts board

Some St. Croix Central Elementary School parents want Police Chief Dan Burgress fired – because he’s doing his job and enforcing the law.

New Richmond News, 12/16/2011

Holiday happenings planned in Somerset

If anyone feels the need for a boost to get into the holiday spirit, there are plenty of places in Somerset you can go.

New Richmond News, 12/16/2011

Lombardo delivers toys courtesy of Toys for Tots

By day, he is a mild-mannered engineer for LWT Inc. in New Richmond. By night, he collects and delivers Christmas toys.

New Richmond News, 12/13/2011

After 15 years, Brooks still finds Love Baskets experience ‘fulfilling’

“It started as an outreach project,” said Kay Brooks, as she sat at a table in the New Richmond United Methodist Church’s basement working on gift tags. “It’s really made a transformation since then.”

New Richmond News, 12/11/2011

Holiday happenings planned in Somerset

If anyone feels the need for a boost to get into the holiday spirit, there are plenty of places in Somerset you can go.

New Richmond News, 12/09/2011

'Miracle baby’ celebrates his eighth birthday

You could consider Breckin Beauvais’s being here a miracle.

New Richmond News, 12/02/2011

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