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Ma’am, we are your only option: Small-town white police officers
UPDATE: Ellsworth man serious after his vehicle rolls
Marching Wildcats best in visual
Marching Band on top
UPDATE: Wrecker driver struck, killed on I-94
crime and courts
Wild about the Wildcats
Wildcat soccer advances to regional title game
Hudson keeps Little Brown Jug
Cats score homecoming win
Vikings-Packers Predictions - RiverTown Sports Roundup
Weekend Happenings: Oct. 24-26
Drive or walk through this Halloween display
Free clinic supporters hope to entertain, connect
Novemeber Craft / Boutique Calendar
Featured photo: Chihuahua
arts and entertainment
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: 10/30/14 Joint Review Board Meeting re: TID #4
TOWN OF KINNICKINNIC: 10/28/14 Public Test of Voting Equipment
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: 10/28/14 Council Meeting Agenda
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: New Ordinance 2014-09 (Sewer Connection Fees)
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: 2014 Budget Adjustment- S. Paulson Road Upgrade
Eugene E. Cook, 74
Rose E. Kennedy, 82
John Arthur Dretsch, 51
Doris Mae Ptacek, 101
Leanne M. Nelson, 73
Days Gone By: Carl T. Johnson
Days Gone By: Campus School
Days Gone By
Get Out! Deals
November 5, 2009
Local student works on driving into the future
According to Zack Ward of River Falls, the auto industry and the United States need to push for better fuel economy. As a means to that end,...
November 5, 2009 - 9:02am
October 30, 2009
UW-Madison study tests if meditation or exercise can ward off colds/flu
Who needs flu vaccine when you exercise your risk away - or maybe even meditate? University of Wisconsin-Madison is studying 150 residents to see if exercise and meditation can ward off colds and the flu. It's well-known that meditation can reduce stress, and prevent certain chronic...
October 30, 2009 - 9:44am
October 5, 2009
UW-Madison officials soften proposed policy allowing doctors' presentations at medical firm events
Officials at University of Wisconsin-Madison have softened a proposed policy against letting doctors make presentations at events for outside medical firms and getting big money in the process. Doctors would still be banned from speaking to drug companies about new medications....
October 5, 2009 - 9:00am
September 25, 2009
State's first domino transplant patients recovering in Madison
Two patients at the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison are recovering, after they received Wisconsin's first domino transplant. In a 12-hour operation this week, Joe Stoikes of Madison received a matching liver from a deceased donor and Stoikes' liver was then given to...
September 25, 2009 - 10:00am
September 15, 2009
UW-Madison scientists predict state temperatures for 2055
University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists say Wisconsin's average annual temperatures will jump by 4 to 9 degrees by 2055. They released a study Monday that's being touted as the first detailed research on climate change that was done locally. Researchers say the big difference...
September 15, 2009 - 9:00am
August 7, 2009
UW-Madison researcher's 'dual fuel' could save one-third fuel use in U.S.
Researchers at University of Wisconsin may have found the recipe to for cleaner, more efficient engines. Lead researcher Rolf Reitz, with the Engine Research Center at UW-Madison's School of Mechanical Engineering, says technology which mixes gasoline and diesel fuel in an engine's...
August 7, 2009 - 9:24am
May 26, 2009
UW-Madison student facing deportation to Nigeria receives her doctorate in pharmacy
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student who's been facing deportation to Nigeria has received her doctorate degree in pharmacy. Tope Awe, 24, was detained last spring. And after numerous requests from her fellow students, Tope was allowed to complete her final year of pharmacy...
May 26, 2009 - 9:00am