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The River City Chorale will kick off its 10th anniversary season by presenting "Awake My Soul and Sing" a summer concert series at the end of July. More than 150 vocalists from Hudson, Stillwater, the St. Croix River Valley, the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin are excited to share an amazing blend of vocal music with the community and invite the public attend to attend these performances.
Warrant arrest Deputies found and arrested a man with a felony warrant at 8:21 p.m. June 25 at 368 W. Main St., Ellsworth. The man, an Ellsworth resident, was arrested on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and felony bail jumping. Computer crime reported A computer crime was reported June 26 at a River Falls home. A man said his email service had been shut down. Information was gathered. Traffic trouble
WOODBURY — Greg Kraft, sculptor and member of Artists of Woodbury, will be a featured artist in the summer exhibit at the Orange Dragon Gallery in Prescott. Kraft's work was selected by a committee of artists. He will show several large sculpture pieces including an interactive one, a series of concrete heads and new stone carvings. He will also present some native-inspired talking sticks and wing fan sculptures. Of special interest is his new limestone carvings — a buffalo and leaf sculpture.
School District of River Falls has made available the school supplies list for the 2018-19 year. Find the documents below for Greenwood Elementary, Meyer Middle School, River Falls Public Montessori Elementary, Rocky Branch Elementary and Westside Elementary. The district website is http://www.rfsd.k12.wi.us .
Camp Avanti announced a $500 grant received from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community to be used used for a therapeutic riding program.
Due to flooding conditions and the current weather forecast of additional rain, travel overnight is not advised in Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron Counties. WisDOT continues to work with County and Local partners to identify and sign detour routes early on Monday, June 18.
At 15, K. Coleman was left in the snow on the side of Highway 61 in Cottage Grove, bloody and bruised after being raped by three men. She experienced the brutal horror again years later when, at 19, she was forced by a group of strangerS with weapons into an unknown home. "I just started crying. 'I'm not here by choice, I need to get out,' and it didn't really phase him," she said. "So he assaulted me, but he kept saying, 'I'm sorry.'" Twice in five years Coleman found herself reporting rapes, talking to police and nurses, feeling lost and alone.
We've seen very kind and compassionate letters to this paper, along with biased and intolerant ones. We're talking here of the topic of immigration, though there are multiple related issues. I had hoped that a previous column put to rest the false argument that immigration is bad for U.S. jobs and the economy. I guess I was wrong — it hasn't. The problem of economic scapegoating is stronger than ever, not just in the U.S. but around the world. Since the beginning of time, ruling parties have used a "divide and conquer" strategy that
Matthew J. Anderson, 33, Ellsworth, pleaded innocent and posted a $5,000 signature bond on a theft-movable property charge May 9. The charge stemmed from a May 4 incident in the town of Gilman. Jayson J.R. Bailey, 20, St. Paul, posted a $15,000 signature bond on a felony burglary - building or dwelling charge May 7. The charge resulted from a May 3 incident in Prescott.
An officer responded to a tree that fell across road and damaged power lines on HIghway 35 in Maiden Rock at 9:21 p.m. May 7. The officer helped with emergency lights and shutting down the highway until highway and utility crews could make the road safe. Stolen vehicle Officers assisted St. Croix County Sheriff's office with a traffic stop concerning a stolen vehicle at 5:27 a.m. May 11 on 890th Avenue / Highway 63, Baldwin. A subject was arrested and transported to St. Croix County Jail.