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Isaac Fuhr of the Minneapolis-based band the Wailing Loons approached the River Falls Town Board at Monday's meeting about hosting a music festival at Amy Field's farm, W8198 Hwy. 29. The event would host bands from the Twin Cities area, River Falls and university open-mic night participants. Field and Fuhr described the festival as "family friendly and all-inclusive." The money raised would go to the St. Croix Valley chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Field, who recently bought the Lamb family's old farm, said they want to "bring artists and the community together."
Sunday wrapped up another year of tractor pulls, clowns, and animals at the St. Croix County Fair. Held July 17-21, this was the 104th year of the county fair. …...
Allina Health made a $2,000 contribution to St. Croix Valley Restorative Justice (SCVRJ), to support restorative response services, which provide support to individuals dealing with the aftermath of sudden traumatic death. "Suicides, homicides, drug overdoses, traffic fatalities and other sudden deaths create complex grief and loss," explained Kris Miner, Executive Director of St. Croix Valley Restorative Justice. "The grant from Allina Health will support the work we do to support individuals, families and the community at large."
Town of Kinnickinnic Plan Commission Chairman Peter Bloch presented the Town Board with a rough draft of the revised subdivision law at the July 9 town board meeting that has been in the works for years. Bloch said he wants the Town Board to understand the law and be comfortable with it before it's taken before a public meeting for town resident input. A main change is doing away with the idea that the bulk of land is behind buildable property, Plan Commissioner Roger Van Beek said.
Due to the potential of severe weather on Monday, July 22, the City of River Falls is postponing the monthly severe weather siren test. The test will now take place...
The St. Croix Valley Restorative Justice Program (SCVRJP) of River Falls is sponsoring the 4th Annual Walk for Awareness at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug.3 at the White Pathway. The event provides community members attending an opportunity to support loved ones, struggling with loss. It is designed to raise awareness regarding homicide, suicide, traffic fatalities and other sudden preventable loss.
The Righteous Riders Motorcycle Ministry of River Falls is sponsoring the second annual benefit ride for Our Neighbors’ Place Emergency Shelter in River Falls.
Kinnic Health & Rehab, 1663 E. Division St., has been recognized as a 2013 recipient of the Bronze -- Commitment to Quality award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through improved quality care.
The St. Croix Valley Bar Association will host a series of estate planning clinics for area first responders starting Saturday, July 27, with the volunteer River Falls Fire Department. The clinics, called "Wills For Heroes," provide a will, financial and health care power of attorney, and a living will to first responders and their spouses. Over a dozen firefighters and their spouses will walk out of the clinic with their completed estate plans. River Falls attorney Max Neuhaus felt that participation in the clinic was the right thing to do.
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