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Pierce County Sheriff's Office report: Burglaries, dog fighting suspicion, arrests, accidents
Wisconsin roundup: Joint Finance Committee budget includes $322M tax cut; more state news stories
UW-River Falls welcomes new chief advancement officer
Take a look at school referendum construction
Woodbury man killed in Thursday morning crash on I-94 at Radio Drive
crime and courts
VIDEO: A 'beary' surprising sighting in Hudson
Six Cats named All-BRC baseball
Fish top Hastings, New Richmond
Girls Soccer: Cat’s season ends in shootout
Fish look fine so far
Local American Legion Post sets membership record
Logue presents new work from Icelandic textile residency
Hospital foundation event raises more than $65K
Rita is gone, but 'Angels' carries on
River Falls Lit Crawl brings enjoyment to all
arts and entertainment
TOWN OF RIVER FALLS: 6/17/19 Town Board & Plan Commission Meetings
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: 2019 Fire Hydrant Flushing
CITY OF RIVER FALLS: 6/17/19 Utility Advisory Board Meeting
PUBLIC NOTICE: Proposed Tower - Chinnock Lane, River Falls, WI
RIVER FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT: 6/17/19 School Board Meeting
Petersons open their farm June 15 for Dairy Breakfast
Strawberry season starts soon at Driftless Orchard
Comfort Suites Hudson WI wins Gold!
Michelle K. Johnson Accepts Limited Partnership
River Falls Shopko Optical to remain open
Place a Business Announcement
Gerald Carlton Wallen
William R. Reiff
Robert "Bob" Smith
Benjamin Oluf Lee
John and Dorothy Maule
Steve and Lara Koecher
Evan Poe McDougall
In Memory of Bess Knott
Woodworking column: Mind-boggling pioneer labor
From this Perch column: Why do we have the need to be right?
Wild Side Column: Gnats are bugging us!
Schachtner column: Celebrate and support our nursing assistants by expanding Medicaid
ArtsMinded column: Songbirds fill the air with music
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March 13, 2019
Season of 'snowmageddon' and its effects on farmers and animals
In the midst of a record-breaking winter where space to put more plowed snow is dwindling, local farmers and wildlife may have slowed down but...
March 13, 2019 - 8:00am
January 31, 2019
Baby, it's cold outside, but workers endured the weather
It's no exaggeration to say Minnesotans and Wisconsinites have endured Antarctic-like temperatures this past week. According to the Australian...
January 31, 2019 - 5:00pm
January 30, 2019
Winter safety tips for caregivers
Tips on How You Can Keep a Loved One Safe in Subzero Temperatures As the cold ensues in western Wisconsin, those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another dementia should be on notice that snow, extreme temperatures and early darkness present challenges. Caregivers may...
January 30, 2019 - 5:06pm
December 4, 2018
Editorial: Don't be skating on thin ice
If you have the "Charlie Brown Christmas" music handy, turn it on now and select "Skating." The Vince Guaraldi Trio's light, joyful tune evokes...
December 4, 2018 - 6:00am
November 9, 2018
Snow squall could dump 1-2 inches this morning, Nov. 9., 2018
A snow squall over eastern Dakota County and northwest Pierce County could dump one to two inches of snow Friday morning, Nov. 9, 2018, according...
November 9, 2018 - 9:46am
January 10, 2018
Preparation is key to safe snow blower operation
With snowfall totals adding up, people around the region are getting their snow blowers out of storage. Before the next big snow hits, the Outdoor...
January 10, 2018 - 7:49am
January 27, 2010
Wild Side: Color and action in winter shades of gray
Big flakes of snow came down through the fog Sunday morning. It was the last day of a January thaw. Looking out across the valley, we could see only vague outlines of the trees. Cardinals perched like Christmas ornaments on a red osier dogwood bush next to the bird feeder lent color...
January 27, 2010 - 2:44pm
December 16, 2009
Wild Side: Another winter begins in the valley
The approach of meteorological winter last week had us preparing by tending the grape vines, hauling firewood and cleaning the chimneys. The...
December 16, 2009 - 12:48pm
February 27, 2009
State gets pounded with ice to the south and heavy snow north
Parts of southern Wisconsin are a massive ice rink, thanks to Thursday's late-winter storm that dumped freezing rain. Meanwhile, the far north is digging out from up to 9.5 inches of new snow. And Door County endured winds up to 56 mph. Gile in Iron County had the most snow Thursday...
February 27, 2009 - 9:00am
February 11, 2009
More birds staying in Wisconsin during winter
If you think you're seeing more birds in Wisconsin this winter, you're right. The National Audubon Society says 305 species of birds in North America are spending their winters further north than they did 40 years ago. The purple finch has moved the farthest. Finches that used...
February 11, 2009 - 12:00am
January 9, 2009
Willow River State Park open for winter activities
Feeling a little supersized after massive doses of holiday delicacies? How about some outdoor fun at Willow River State Park in Hudson to firm up that silhouette? Your choices include Ice fishing, cross country skiing, sledding and winter camping. Trails maps can be snagged at the...
January 9, 2009 - 12:00am
December 26, 2008
County highway department gears up for an 'old-fashioned' winter
The December snowfalls may have some veteran weather watchers calling for an "old fashioned winter" in Wisconsin this year, and they may be right. The...
December 26, 2008 - 12:00am
December 11, 2008
Driving habits slow to change
Winter arrived with a vengeance late Friday afternoon with the first in a series of snowfalls that peaked Monday evening in the River Falls area. Law enforcement and road maintenance crews were kept busy, tending to slide-ins and a few more serious crashes. Pierce County deputies...
December 11, 2008 - 12:00am
April 28, 2008
Snow expected in winter that won't leave
It's the winter that won't let go. The National Weather Service says most of Wisconsin will get a mix of snow and rain today (Monday) mainly in the afternoon. Up to an inch could stick to grassy areas in southern Wisconsin. And central areas might get up to 2 inches. Lesser amounts...
April 28, 2008 - 12:00am