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Judge gives River Falls attacker 9 years; victim: ‘I can finally begin again’
Sharing Families: Nine families still ‘unadopted’
Rep. Kind: International coalition needed to defeat ISIS; Thanksgiving Day crashes claim two lives; 9 more Wisconsin news stories
City to repair Sycamore water tower
Man seriously hurt after falling off cliff near Glen Park
crime and courts
Willow River State Park lake has different look
Wild Side: Many plants still green in November
Four Wildcats All-BRC volleyball
Troy Burne’s Snyder honored by PGA
Wildcat soccer falls in OT in state semifinal
Holiday concert by Lake Wobegon® Brass Band at UWRF
River Falls kicks off the holidays with River Dazzle
Croix Chordsmen plan Christmas concerts
Weekend Happenings, Nov. 27-29 plus Thanksgiving
Another food drive: ‘Grumpy Old Men’ out again to bring joy to River Falls
arts and entertainment
TOWN OF TROY: Ordinance 2015-02 (Rename Frontage Rd. #1)
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: Ad For Bids - Substation Switchgear
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: New Ordinance 2015-05 - Amend Section 17.120.020(C)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Norman J. Reiss Estate; Case No. 15PR71
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Jeffrey Nelson Estate; Case No. 15PR70
Margaret Rachel "Arnine" Gavin, 93
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Russell Peterson, 71
Marjorie Ann Hildebrandt, 86
Elizabeth Jane Oostendorp, age 83
Featured column: Woodworking: My unforgettable Thanksgiving Day: Wieners, glorified rice, making do
Featured Letter: Bravo, ‘Cinderella’
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Featured column: 2016 fall election could decide fate of popular social programs
February 18, 2009
Evers, Fernandez move on in state superintendent race
Tony Evers and Rose Fernandez won Tuesday's primary election for state school superintendent. Evers, the deputy superintendent, got 35 percent of the vote. Fernandez, who used to head a coalition of families with kids in online schools, got 31 percent. Three candidates were...
February 18, 2009 - 9:24am
February 12, 2009
Five choices in next week's primary for State Superintendent job
A former pediatric trauma nurse, a state deputy superintendent, a Principal of the Year and two professors are the candidates in next week's primary election for Wisconsin superintendent of public instruction. The statewide vote set for Tuesday, Feb. 17, will trim the number of...
February 12, 2009 - 12:00am
January 8, 2009
Nomination paper problems for some State Superintendent candidates
Two of the five candidates for state public school superintendent have problems with their nomination papers. And if Lowell Holtz and Todd Price don't solve them by 5 p.m. Friday, they may not be on the ballot for the Feb. 17 primary. Both candidates said they had technical problems...
January 8, 2009 - 12:00am
November 20, 2008
ST. CROIX COUNTY: SPRING ELECTION NOTICE 4/7/09
NOTICE OF STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, AND JUDICIAL ELECTION - APRIL 7, 2009 STATE OF WISCONSIN } ST.
November 20, 2008 - 12:00am
May 9, 2008
Bradley accepts St. Croix Central post
David Bradley of Charles City, Iowa, has been hired as the new superintendent at St. Croix Central School Distirct, which covers Hammond and Roberts. Bradley will follow Dan Woll, who is retiring after 20 years with the district. School Board President Howard Kruschke said that he...
May 9, 2008 - 12:00am
February 29, 2008
Letter: Offended by teacher's comments
As a taxpayer in the River Falls School District, I found Dan Hoffman's letter in last week's Journal (Good teachers should avoid River Falls) unsettling. The fact that the superintendent position pays considerably more than that of the highest paid teacher is hardly surprising,...
February 29, 2008 - 12:00am
Letter: Many would gladly seek teacher's job
I am responding to comments by Dan Hoffman, high School science teacher, in last week's Journal. The superintendent position is vastly different from that of a teacher. The $159,000 superintendent's salary is a lot of money. Tied to that is a set of high expectations -- essentially,...
February 29, 2008 - 12:00am
February 7, 2008
New salt-brine mix battles winter weather
River Falls started using a new anti-icing technique last week that differs from the melt-it-from-the-top practice Public Works crews have used in the past. Citizens might see unfamiliar lines in the street or be curious why city trucks are spraying liquid onto the roadways. They're...
February 7, 2008 - 12:00am