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The second installment of Coffee With a Cop is this Saturday morning, Aug. 17, at Yo-Joe’s, a relatively new shop on South Main Street serving frozen yogurt and hot coffee. The River Falls Police Department adopted the Coffee With a Cop program earlier this summer.
Two-time All-Big Rivers Conference tight end Eric Wunrow breaks the huddle with campers at the Wildcat Youth Football Camp after giving the youngsters a pep talk on the final day of the camp last Thursday at the high school. Ninety-two youth in grades 3 through 8 attended the three-day camp, learning fundamentals of the game from head coach Jason Wolf, his staff, and current and former Wildcat players.
UW-River falls is seeking employer involvement for the career fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 16, in the Riverview Ballroom of the University Center.
It’s taken me many years to gain modest proficiency in fly fishing. I started out when I was about 10 years-old with my grandfather’s 8-foot long bamboo rod, level floating fly line, and a Pfleuger Medalist reel casting small poppers for bluegills. That’s still one of my favorite pastimes and I still have the rod and reel. Last Thursday morning the Rush River was cool, calm and beautiful. Tiny tricorythodes mayflies were hatching, flying above the river in clouds that looked like sparkling snowflakes.
These 11 U12 players from River Falls played Uganda, Mexico, and several Minnesota teams to place in the championship game where they lost 2-1 in Blaine, Minn., on July 20. Left to right (front): Devlin Laidlaw, Jared Syverson,Issac Gabriel,Niko Zoller, Taylor Uetz, Connor Weinzirl; back row: (L to R) Coach Panu Zoller, Steve Klechefski, Luke Nelson, Tanner Kelm, Chance Kamrowski, and Jackson Cudd
Eleven U12 players from River Falls played Uganda, Mexico, and several Minnesota teams during July to place in the championship game held in Blaine, Minn., where they lost 2-1. The runner-up victors include, left to right: Jared Syverson, Devlin Laidlaw, Chance Kamrowski, Niko Zoller, Jackson Cudd, Steve Klechefski, Connor Weinzirl, Taylor Uetz, Tanner Kelm, Isaac Gabriel, Luke Nelson and coach Panu Zoller.
Winner of the Queen of Hearts game played at the River Falls Moose Lodge on Aug. 7 was Laurie Hansen of River Falls, who won $836. Members play on Wednesday night, using all 52 cards in a deck, including jokers, and try to raise the pot as high as they can before the queen is pulled.
On April 5, 2011, while the Great Recession was still on, a $39-million school levy referendum was narrowly defeated by local voters, 2,805-2,624. Seven months later on Nov.
Kathy Falteisek, widow of the late Roman Falteisek, found this photo of her father-in-law, John Peter Falteisek (died 1963), on the right, and an unidentified man on the left. The Falteisek family would love to know more about the photo, especially information on the unknown man. On the back is written “caught by J.P. Falteisek, June 7, 1947, weight 8, length 30” and girth, 14”.
Just about the time you think you’ll scream if you’re confronted with another monumental biography, another epic movie, an enigmatic play about T.E. Lawrence, along comes journalist Scott Anderson with a monumental tome, titled “Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of The Modern Middle East” (Doubleday, $28.95).