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A 25-year-old Minnesota man was injured Friday night in a two-car accident at the intersection of County Highway E and US Highway 10 in the Town of Oak Grove. Jacob Philip Streiff of Rochester was northbound on Hwy. E, south of Hwy. 10 when initial investigation at the scene, according to Pierce County Sheriff's deputy Spencer Fobbe, indicated his vehicle didn't yield the right of way when traveling across Hwy. 10 and was struck by a vehicle driven by Ryan Patrick Kelly, 37, Ellsworth, who was westbound on Hwy.
A Hudson woman was injured Wednesday afternoon after crossing the centerline multiple times and striking multiple sign posts Pierce County sheriff's deputy Donny Knutson reports around 1:46 p.m., they were...
Outgoing Farm Service Agency (FSA) Chairman, DeWayne Benedict (right) received a Certificate of Appreciation from FSA District Director, Randy Cook (left), and was recognized for his years of dedicated service on the Pierce County FSA Committee (COC).
A 15-year-old child from Hager City is in fair condition at Gillette Children's Hospital after the vehicle he was riding in Thursday, struck a tree in the town of Martell.
Eastern gray tree frogs are common around our place. We see them stuck to the front windows of our house on damp mornings. Their toe pads allow them to cling to vertical surfaces. They make resonant trilling calls on humid days long after their breeding season in the spring. Gray tree frogs are masters of camouflage. They can change color from gray to green with dark mottling, to mostly green on the background color of their habitat.
Seven people were taken to area hospitals Thursday afternoon following a two-vehicle accident in the town of Spring Lake. Pierce County Sheriff's deputy Herman Kreig reports a vehicle driven by Francis Traynor, 83, Spring Valley, collided with another vehicle driven by Jennifer Nehring, 35, Elmwood on State Highway 128 and 850th Ave. The Sheriff's Office was notified of the accident around 1:10 p.m. Both Traynor and Nehring were uninjured.
--Dan Wilcox, outdoor columnist Monarchs are the iconic North American summer butterfly; beautiful insects with dark orange, black and white wings. They are the only butterfly with long-distance annual migrations. Hundreds of millions of monarchs migrate from eastern North America to high-elevation oyamel fir forests in the mountains of central Mexico to spend the winter.
The Wisconsin Building Commission announced Wednesday it has approved $64.3 million in construction projects for UW-River Falls. The UWRF project, the largest approved Oct. 16, involves building the Falcon Center for Health, Education and Wellness and work on Ramer Field. At other campuses, two academic buildings are being renovated for $56 million. They are Harvey Hall at UW-Stout and the Clow Social Science Center at UW-Oshkosh. Dormitory renovations were also approved for UW-Stevens Point and UW-Whitewater.
Summer’s short enough in the Badger State without an uncharacteristically cool start like the one this past June and a downright cold snap late last month.
A single mother, Carla Carlstrom has worked all of her life. But Carlstrom has had to take a break from her employment as a registered nurse at a Spring Valley health care facility after being diagnosed with lung cancer. A benefit for the River Falls area resident will be held this Saturday at the El Paso Basement Bar. "She thought she was having a stroke," Carlstrom's daughter, Carlavee, said Tuesday about an incident leading up to her diagnosis. The mother, grandmother and friend started having medical problems this past spring, according to information distributed for the benefit.