Campus celebrates happy, rainy day
UW-River Falls conferred degrees to 764 individuals Saturday, May 18, in the Knowles Center on campus during spring commencement ceremonies. ...
Batting cages offer River Falls new indoor 'Field of Dreams'
Baseball, America’s pastime, gets another boost in River Falls with the May 18 opening of Field of Dreams Indoor Sports & Batting Cages, LLC, 125 1/2 ...
Golf course goes public, continues upgrades
The River Falls Golf Course on County Road M opens the season for the first time as a public golf course, having shed its semi-private club status plu...
For anyone wondering if the road construction project at Radio Road and Hwy. 35N., which includes extending Paulson Road to Radio, would require demolishing the River Falls welcome sign, the answer is NO.RELATED CONTENT
An honor celebration held May 15 at Kinnic Health and Rehab spotlighted the service of seven veterans living there. Each received a certificate of appreciation and a lapel pin that says: “A grateful nation thanks you, USA veteran.”RELATED CONTENT
Two large oak trees were removed from the south Pierce County Courthouse lawn Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
A group between 20-30 participated in a protest Tuesday morning to save the two oak trees that have stood on the Pierce County Courthouse front lawn for generations.RELATED CONTENT
The College of Business and Economics at the UW-River Falls will host an information session from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the UWRF Hudson Center, for those considering whether a master’s degree in business administration will help them further their career goals.RELATED CONTENT
St. Croix County residents: Don’t miss out on the Tire and Appliance Collection on Saturday, June 1. Take advantage of this great opportunity to get rid of unwanted tires and major household appliances for a small fee.RELATED CONTENT
River Falls police had their hands full with a drunk 22-year-old male passenger around 1 a.m. Friday, May 17, at South Main and Broadway streets. The young man, from UW-River Falls, called himself a graduate, but when an officer checked on his welfare because he seemed sick, "the graduate" allegedly turned abusive, claiming he would be a doctor, then shouting at and cussing the officer, calling him uneducated and dumb, and later using racial insults.RELATED CONTENT
River Falls resident and 21-year military veteran Bret VanBlaircom visited the April 23 City Council meeting to offer thanks to the city for signing a statement of support for troops and give information about his new role in the community. People may see him around town, paying visits to businesses and other types of employers.RELATED CONTENT
A 23-year-old River Falls man died late Saturday night in Ellsworth after he fell from the rear door of moving bus as came into the village on Hwy. 10.RELATED CONTENT
People wanting to know more about the new St. Croix River bridge can attend either of two open houses scheduled by the departments of transportation in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Kenosha police have removed a menagerie of exotic reptiles from a home in the 1400 block of 53rd Street.
The Wisconsin Senate and Assembly have both voted unanimously to forgive state income taxes for military troops killed in combat.
Stating the problem is easy. Finding the solution isn’t.RELATED CONTENT
The Wildcat girls’ soccer team remained undefeated in Big Rivers Conference play and improved to 11-2 overall with wins over Eau Claire North and New Richmond last week.RELATED CONTENT
The Wildcat baseball team couldn’t dig itself out of some early holes and couldn’t hold on to some late leads when it had the chance while dropping its last five straight games.RELATED CONTENT
The St. Croix Sportsman’s Alliance will sponsor a free kids fishing contest on Saturday afternoon, June 8, at Homestead Parklands on Perch Lake, north of Willow River State Park, from 3-5:15 p.m.RELATED CONTENT