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Washington County Republican Party debuts new website. By Diane Pedersen

                April 24, 2017 – Washington County Republican Party (WCRP) has launched a very new and different website. As technology is ever changing, we feel it is time our website grows with it, not just aesthetically but also in content and functionality. Our goal is to constantly provide

Richfield Historical Society preps for Antique Appraisal and Chili Lunch event on Feb. 19 By Diane Pedersen

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Feb. 19, 2017 – Richfield, WI –  The Richfield Town (now Village) Board had a bold vision in 1998 when it purchased the property on which the 150-year-old Messer/Mayer Mill is located. Even though the Mill is owned by the Village, it is the public-private partnership with the Richfield

Richfield Historical Society preps for Antique Appraisal and Chili Lunch event on Feb. 19 By Diane Pedersen

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Feb. 17, 2017 – Richfield, WI –  The Richfield Town (now Village) Board had a bold vision in 1998 when it purchased the property on which the 150-year-old Messer/Mayer Mill is located. Even though the Mill is owned by the Village, it is the public-private partnership with the Richfield

Richfield Historical Society preps for Antique Appraisal and Chili Lunch event on Feb. 19 By Diane Pedersen

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Feb. 15, 2017 – Richfield, WI –  The Richfield Town (now Village) Board had a bold vision in 1998 when it purchased the property on which the 150-year-old Messer/Mayer Mill is located. Even though the Mill is owned by the Village, it is the public-private partnership with the Richfield

Richfield Historical Society preps for Antique Appraisal and Chili Lunch event on Feb. 19 By Diane Pedersen

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Feb. 13, 2017 – Richfield, WI –  The Richfield Town (now Village) Board had a bold vision in 1998 when it purchased the property on which the 150-year-old Messer/Mayer Mill is located. Even though the Mill is owned by the Village, it is the public-private partnership with the Richfield

Richfield Historical Society preps for Antique Appraisal and Chili Lunch event on Feb. 19.

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Feb. 12, 2017 –  The Richfield Town (now Village) Board had a bold vision in 1998 when it purchased the property on which the 150-year-old Messer/Mayer Mill is located. Even though the Mill is owned by the Village, it is the public-private partnership with the Richfield Historical Society (RHS)
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