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Minnesota State Patrol finishes 3rd in calendar contest; Wisconsin misses the cut
Pierce County sheriff's blotter
Retired UWRF prof's writing evolved into book
UW-River Falls named 'Top Midwestern University' by Princeton Review
Pierce County sheriff's blotter: Driver bails after pursuit
crime and courts
Two Falcons earn USTFCCA honors
Wildcats edged on last second field goal
Something special here: Forde drawn back to RF to teach, coach
Fish wrap: Season ends at the hands of Sparta
Cats ready for some football
Pierce County Fair Demolition Derby results
Les Izmoore to perform Aug. 24 in Hudson
Area students perform at Shell Lake Arts Center
Library, UWRF make eclipse plans
Pepper Fest schedule rounding into form
arts and entertainment
TOWN OF TROY: 9/7/17 Hearing re: Amend Cracked Barrel Winery Permit
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: For Sale by Bid - Abandoned Vehicles
TOWN OF TROY: 2017 Board of Review and Open Book
TOWN OF RIVER FALLS: 9/5/17 Hearing re: Rezone Request
PROBATE ORDER: Janine M. Ringdahl Estate; Case No. 17PR43
Patrick D. Baumgartner, 74
Yvonne Meents, 86
John Dusek, 72
Lucille M. Strom, 93
Roger E. Miner, Sr., 78
Letters: Twitter is NOT the platform; Water protection needs to be revisited
Woodworking: Pork! The other white meat
Viewpoint: Thank you, Wisconsin, for the beautiful gift
Editorial: Imagine you have no newspaper
Bill Rubin column: Real estate values finally recover
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September 26, 2016
DMV: If you don’t have an ID to vote, start the process now
With weeks until the presidential election, the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) encourages the public to check and ensure that they have the proper identification needed to vote. Current Wisconsin driver licenses or IDs are valid to vote. These cards show the iconic sun/sailboat/barn,...
September 26, 2016 - 10:11am
September 22, 2016
Wisconsin roundup: Heavy rain brings mudslides, floods; White House race tightens in state; eight more state news stories
Flood warnings and watches continue Thursday for southwest Wisconsin and the state's midsection. More than 60 roads are closed in Clark County, and there are numerous mudslides and highway washouts in about the southwest quarter of the Badger State. Lake Wissota in Chippewa County...
September 22, 2016 - 9:44am
August 26, 2016
Wisconsin roundup: No post-recession relief in many small towns, report says; ballots could see 7 White House candidates; eight more state news stories
MADISON – A new report says many of Wisconsin's small towns still feel the effects of the Great Recession. With an older population and more people moving to bigger cities, the state Taxpayers Alliance says half the places with fewer than 1,000 residents have yet to see any major...
August 26, 2016 - 8:38am
August 10, 2016
Wisconsin afternoon wrap: Marquette poll: Clinton extends lead in Wisconsin; incumbents survive primaries; seven more state news stories
MILWAUKEE -- Democrat Hillary Clinton has extended her lead against Republican Donald Trump for Wisconsin's 10 presidential electoral votes. The latest Marquette Law School poll released Wednesday afternoon gives Clinton a 46-36 percent lead among registered voters in a head to head...
August 10, 2016 - 4:09pm
August 9, 2016
UPDATE: Victory nearly assured for District 30's Zimmerman
With nearly all ballots counted, River Falls businessman Shannon Zimmerman appears to be the Republican primary election winner in Assembly District 30. Zimmerman beat Paul Berning 1,266 to 998 in St. Croix County with all precincts reporting. Zimmerman led 236-114 in Pierce County,...
August 9, 2016 - 10:32pm
August 1, 2016
Wisconsin roundup: Primary turnout slated for 16 percent; voter ID law picked apart by judge; 13 more state news stories
MADISON -- About one of every six Wisconsin adults will vote in the Aug. 9 primaries for congressional, state, and county partisan offices. The state Elections Commission predicts a 16-percent statewide turnout, down from almost 19-and-one-half percent four years ago when there was...
August 1, 2016 - 8:36am
May 12, 2016
Senate candidate to have education listening tour
RIVER FALLS -- Diane Odeen, Democratic candidate for the 10th state Senate District seat this fall, will start a listening tour to discuss the...
May 12, 2016 - 2:19pm
January 7, 2016
There are three contested local elections
In the city of River Falls and the River Falls School District, the following spring (April 5) election races will be competitive: --District...
January 7, 2016 - 5:08pm
May 15, 2015
Feingold-Johnson race pegged as toss-up
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson says Wisconsin voters will have a "real choice" in 17-and-a-half months. That's when the first-term Republican stands for re-election against likely Democratic nominee Russ Feingold. Feingold held the U.S. Senate seat for 18 years before Johnson unseated him...
May 15, 2015 - 9:10am
November 4, 2014
Hove remains Pierce Co. sheriff; Vinehout holds off Pittman
Pierce County incumbent Sheriff Nancy Hove has defeated challenger Bill Parks. With all voting units reporting, unofficial results show Democrat Hove earned 9,059 votes to 5,427 for Republican Parks, a 20-year military veteran. Hove’s third term as sheriff will begin Jan. 1. In...
November 4, 2014 - 10:44pm
Pierce County: Hove still leading Parks; Pittman moves ahead
At 10 p.m. with 21 of 28 voting units reporting, Pierce County incumbent Sheriff Nancy Hove is leading challenger Bill Parks. At this point, Democrat Hove, running for a third term, has 5,500 votes to 3,236 for Republican Parks, a 20-year military veteran. None of the city of...
November 4, 2014 - 10:14pm
Pierce County: Early results show Hove leading
At 9:30 p.m. with 12 of 28 voting units reporting, Pierce County incumbent Sheriff Nancy Hove is leading challenger Bill Parks. At this point, Democrat Hove, running for a third term, has 2,918 votes to 1,809 for Parks, a 20-year military veteran. In other races that involve...
November 4, 2014 - 9:44pm
August 8, 2014
Editorial: It’s summer, but it’s time to vote
With school out, families and people traveling and scattered for summer vacations, Aug. 12 is one lousy time to hold an election. Few of us are...
August 8, 2014 - 9:49am