Gov. Scott Walker hopes to revive a plan introduced twice by Sen. Sheila Hardorf, R-River Falls, to require police to collect DNA samples from suspects when they are arrested in some felony and serious sex cases.
River Falls Journal, 04/23/2012
Recalling his grandfather whose “values did not include prohibition,” a prison inmate, and a boss who took credit for his subordinates’ work, S. Mark Tyler advised students to set their own standards for success.
River Falls Journal, 04/17/2012
With an increase of 1.3% in a year, the number of River Falls students who qualify for free and reduced-price meals rose at a rate slightly higher than the state average.
River Falls Journal, 04/09/2012
ELLSWORTH -- A River Falls city council member accused of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia will take his case to a jury.
River Falls Journal, 03/29/2012
“You need camera,” said the dark-skinned man striding along the Mazatlan beach, swinging a beer bottle by its long neck.
River Falls Journal, 03/28/2012
Saying she has the right mix of life experience and experience in state government, Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, D-Alma, has announced she’ll run for governor in the anticipated recall election.
River Falls Journal, 02/15/2012
Town of Troy resident Nan Lambert and Barb Greub of River Falls were chosen to represent St. Croix and Pierce counties, respectively, when the call went out for a person from every Wisconsin county to help hand-deliver 3,000 pounds of petitions seeking the recall of Gov. Scott Walker and other state-level officials.
River Falls Journal, 01/27/2012
A River Falls businessman found guilty of providing the morphine that led to another man’s death was sentenced Tuesday to nine months in the Pierce County Jail.
River Falls Journal, 01/24/2012
By the time the deadlines passed last week, races had developed for seven seats on the 17-member Pierce County Board of Supervisors.
River Falls Journal, 01/12/2012
There will be contests in April for six seats on the Pierce County Board. Four of those districts are in the River Falls area. Also because incumbents didn’t submit declarations of non-candidacy and didn’t file for re-election, the filing deadline has been extended to 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 6, in Districts 1, 6 and 12, according to County Clerk Jamie Feuerhelm.
River Falls Journal, 01/04/2012
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