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Alvin was born on September 28, 1956 and passed away on Sunday, February 19, 2017. Alvin was a resident of Hortonville, Wisconsin at the time of his passing. He graduated from Hortonville High School in 1975. He... (legacy.com)
FLORENCE, Wis. – A 10-year-old Hortonville, Wisconsin, boy was found safe Wednesday after being lost in the area of Meyers Falls on the Pine River for several hours. Florence County Sheriff Jeff Rickaby said his department received a report of a missing ... (Mining Journal)
HORTONVILLE - The Hortonville wrestling team picked up six pins as it beat Kimberly 48-29 on Thursday in a Fox Valley Association wrestling dual meet. Elliott Luker (160 pounds), Kirkland Hills (170), Griffen Cartwright (182), Eric Barnett (113), Noah ... (azcentral.com)
American Red Cross workers continues to help those impacted by the tornadoes that hit northeastern Wisconsin last week ... then continued southeast toward Hortonville, where hundreds of homes sustained damage from snapped and uprooted trees. (The Daily News Local News)
Roberts George, whom he married September 4, 1945 in Hortonville, In. Bob is survived by two daughters, Sharon E. Pierce and her husband James of Wisconsin Rapids, Wi., and Susan A. Anderson and her husband Dennis of Corry, Pa.; and two sons, Steven E. (www.meaningfulfunerals.net)
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