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With long-established newspapers folding (Capitol Times in Madison) or going into chapter 13 (Star Tribune in Minneapolis), there’s lots of talk about how to save the institution that has been so important to the fostering of democracy in these United States.
GREEN BAY — The River Falls Journal was among several dozen state newspapers honored last month for editorial and advertising content at the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest.
The River Falls guardsmen of Co. A., 1st Battalion 128 Infantry (Mechanized) won trophies for marksmanship in 1969. Left to right, Richard Enloe accepted the M1 marksmanship trophy for the winner., Spc.-4 John Goulette (not pictured), battalion executive officer Major Edmond Branigan presented Spc.-4 Jon Olson with the pistol trophy, and looking on at the far right is Unit Commander 2nd Lt. Jules Jensen.
For the past two years Echo Viner, Ursula Peterson and Dan Geister have been working on a history of Beldenville, resulting in “Pierce County’s Heritage: Volume Nine.” Viner touched up photographs, Peterson edited and Geister wrote during what was a team effort.
Liaison: “Communication for establishing and maintaining mutual understanding and cooperation.”
That’s how Webster’s Dictionary defines the word, and that’s exactly what Police Officer Chris Gottfredsen feels he will be responsible for in his new position.
The 33-member U.S. Air Force Concert Band of Mid-America will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16th, at the River Falls High School auditorium. Tickets will be available at the RFJ office and Quiznos Sub in RF after Sept. 2nd.
The news report read: “A major windstorm, with wind speeds up to 100 miles/hour, swept across northern Minnesota on July 4, 1999, impacting approximately 477,000 acres in the Superior National Forest boundary, including approximately 370,000 acres inside the one million acre Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).
Jim Bennett, Outdoor Columnist
, August 07, 2008
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