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...
Family shares update on quintuplets
The local Tille Quintuplets, who turn four years old in June, attended the Volunteers in Partnership at the River Falls Hospital’s May meeting. ...
Plantings observe Arbor Day, boost tree population
:A group comprised of City staff, local Lions Club members and Greenwood 5th graders gathered Friday, May 10, to commemorate Arbor Day by planting six...
A new workshop/forum from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, at the River Falls Public Library should have wide appeal.RELATED CONTENT
When Ashley Colbeth came to the Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) River Falls Campus a couple of years ago to take a placement test in typing, her mother, Susan, came along with her.RELATED CONTENT
The second annual Goliath Challenge, a 5K obstacle race, is Saturday, May 18, at the Badlands Snopark in Hudson to raise funds for Feed My Starving Children.RELATED CONTENT
River Falls invites any citizens interested to a public meeting 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, in the lower-level Council chamber of City Hall, 222 Lewis Street.RELATED CONTENT
Wineries are popping up in western Wisconsin, and the town of Troy is no exception.RELATED CONTENT
Members of River Falls Masonic Lodge #109 gathered the evening of May 7 to honor longtime members.RELATED CONTENT
Former River Falls High School teammates JP Feyereisen of UW-Stevens Point, and Marty Herum of UW-Whitewater, have been selected the Pitcher of the Year and Position Player of the Year, respectively, to lead the 20 individuals chosen to the 2013 All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Baseball Team by the league coaches.RELATED CONTENT
State Sen. Sheila Harsdorf (R-River Falls)_welcomed the Dalai Lama to Wisconsin Tuesday, May 14 during his two-day visit to Madison to give a teaching, take part in a panel discussion at UW-Madison and address a joint session of the State Legislature.RELATED CONTENT
The commute home to River Falls at the intersection of southbound Hwy. 35 and Radio Road was slowed late Tuesday afternoon, May 14, by a car vs. motorcycle collision. The injured motorcyclist, Michael D. Fisher, Jr., 33, Hammond, was heading south toward River Falls when a 1996 Honda Accord driven by Katie L. Anderson, 20, River Falls, allegedly failed to yield from a stop sign while pulling out from Radio Road.RELATED CONTENT
A 22-year-old local man on foot, without shoes or shirt, was arrested for disorderly conduct last week Wednesday night, May 8, on Main Street after he flipped over two newspaper dispensers. Stopped by River Falls police, the man said he abandoned his car several blocks north because he couldn’t stand the bickering and fighting of his two female passengers.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.
Basic crime prevention is often aimed at adults: How do we protect our homes and autos from break-ins and thefts.RELATED CONTENT
River Falls High School senior Paige Skorseth was one of 32 senior students attending Wisconsin public and private high schools who were honored as a WIAA Scholar Athlete at an awards ceremony in Wausau Sunday, May 5.RELATED CONTENT
The Wildcat baseball team has gone 3-3 in its last six games, with all three wins coming against Big Rivers Conference opponents.RELATED CONTENT
The two-time defending St. Croix Valley Baseball League champion River Falls Fighting Fish will host the Plum City Blues Saturday, May 18, at 1 p.m. at the River Falls High School Field.RELATED CONTENT
The Wildcat boys’ golf team tied Eau Claire Memorial for first place at a 9-hole mini-meet at Troy Burne Golf Course last Tuesday, May 7 to maintain its slim lead over the Old Abes for first place in the Big Rivers Conference.RELATED CONTENT