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Yesterday in Marshfield

10:21 AM, Apr. 25, 2013  |  Comments
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10 YEARS AGO: Four straight base hits scored six runs in the sixth inning, as the Neillsville-Granton softball team held on for a 9-7 win over Greenwood. Amanda Opelt finished the game 3 for 3 for the Warriors.

Jim Langreck and his crew have worked 15-hour days this week to prepare for the season opener at Marshfield Super Speedway. Langreck has operated the race track since it opened in 1977.

25 YEARS AGO: Victoria Susa, a University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student, has been named a U.S. National Collegiate Award winner in history. She is the daughter of Delton and Wilma Jolivette, Greenwood.

50 YEARS AGO: The annual overnight campout for all junior high girls of the Marshfield Camp Fire Girls was held at the school forest. While there, the girls collected dried nature items for a nature project for display during the Camp Fire open house.

75 YEARS AGO: Members of the Kiwanis Club will be host to Asa Royce, Platteville, at a banquet at the Masonic Temple. Royce is the district governor of the Kiwanis and president of the state teachers college, Platteville.

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