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Ellsworth Village Board approves financial measures for development

The Ellsworth Village Board approved several resolutions dealing with finance and bonds Monday.

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Ellsworth Village Board's order for sewer plant upgrade changes

A change order to the village’s wastewater treatment plant upgrade will reportedly cost over $3,000, the Ellsworth Village Board learned Monday.

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Ellsworth gets non-conference win over Plum City

The offense for the Ellsworth High School boys' basketball team is starting to click into gear before the playoff begins as for the second straight contest the Panthers scored over 60 points in a 61-45 non-conference win over Plum City.

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Panthers rally to tie Forest Lake but lose on criteria, finish third

In a dramatic rally the Ellsworth High School wrestling team, ranked third in Division 2 in Wisconsin, came back from down 27-9 to tie Forest Lake, ranked third in Minnesota Class AAA, Saturday at the Forest Lake Duals. Brody Kemmerer's pinfall at heavyweight in 2:17 evened the dual at 27-27. The initial criteria decision gave Ellsworth the win but a recount gave the win to the Rangers. Ellsworth wound up third in the six-team meet.

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PHS girls have best showing on offense this season, beat Hastings

Prescott High School's girls basketball team had its best showing on offense this season against its river rivals Hastings and wound up with an easy 59-33 win at home.

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Ellsworth in position to win Bi-State

The Ellsworth High School Wrestling team is in position to successfully defend its Bi-State Classic title after the first round's action Thursday at the La Cross Center.

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New Richmond beats Ellsworth in overtime

A critical turnover and missed free-throws meant a third straight loss for Ellsworth High school’s girls basketball team Friday.

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Boyceville beats PC in triple overtime

From desultory 13-13 score at halftime both Plum City and Boyceville high school boys basketball teams excited the crowd in the Plum City gymnasium with a triple overtime contest which ended with a 54-47 Bulldog win.

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Plans set for Ellsworth's 150th birthday celebration

The Ellsworth Village Board Monday gave its unanimous approval to plans for having the Cheese Curd Festival and the village’s 150th Sesquicentennial celebration at East End Park next summer.

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Update: Spring Valley's football playoff pairing changed

Instead of playing a home game against Shell Lake Saturday, the Spring Valley High School football team will be on the road in its Level 1 playoff match-up and probably playing Friday evening.

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