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Crystal DuBois said, after 12 draining hours of labor, it was a shock to have her nine-pound son whisked away soon after delivery, before she could ho...
Brian Pieper of Rockworks Landscaping, one of the participating businesses at the fifth annual Spring Fever Expo Saturday, checked on a couple of the ...
Mississippi River at Red Wing measured at Red Wing Grain. Readings began today and will continue through the shipping season. Look for updates under FYI, River Level, Monday through Friday by 9 a.m.
-- Dane County’s chief prosecutor has given a state appeals court a second reason to keep blocking the new law that limits collective bargaining by public unions.
With the end of the school year fast approaching, the Plum City School District has numerous upcoming events on its calendar.RELATED CONTENT
Good news about several projects was heard by the Elmwood Village Board earlier this month.RELATED CONTENT
The Prescott teachers granted the school district over $500,000 in concessions regarding benefits for the 2011-12 contract.RELATED CONTENT
River Falls police were asked to track down and find a suspect who had made off with a batch of Sen. Sheila Harsdorf recall petition signatures late Sunday afternoon.RELATED CONTENT
Chris Geister was working as surveillance director at a Minnesota casino when he had a change of heart.RELATED CONTENT
The city of River Falls filed two complaints at the Pierce County Courthouse on Friday, March 11, in an effort to collect unpaid room taxes from two hotels.RELATED CONTENT
The DNR, local chapter of Trout Unlimited named Kiap-TU-Wish, and the City of River Falls confirm: A vision is forming for the Rocky Branch, one of the Kinni’s tributaries that runs south and east of the city and is locally known as a “creek.”RELATED CONTENT
Western Wisconsin News
-- A 16-year-old boy from northwest Wisconsin was killed yesterday in a weather-related Interstate crash near Bozeman Montana.
-- The northeast quarter of Wisconsin was hardest hit by the two-day snow-and-ice storm that cleared out last night.
-- As floodwaters rise, emergency management operations officially begin this morning at the Minnesota Department of Public Safety headquarters in St. Paul.
-- According to National Weather Service forecasts, the Mississippi River is expected to cross into the major flooding stage by this weekend. Predictions say the river will reach 20.8 feet by March 29.
Winter-related activities can take a toll on people’s physical well-being if they aren’t careful.RELATED CONTENT
There is a secret to the story in John 8 of the woman caught in adultery.RELATED CONTENT
Having “dial up” internet requires a LOT of patience. It’s good I have a large amount. My present computer is not quite four-years-old, which isn’t really old, but must be slowing down a bit. (Like me).RELATED CONTENT
Plum City and Elmwood are longtime rivals in both boys and girls basketball. However, the rivalry could be coming to an end next year.RELATED CONTENT
-- The Milwaukee Bucks hurt their playoff chances last night with a 97-90 home loss to the lowly Sacramento Kings.
-- The University of Wisconsin men will play their first NCAA Sweet-16 game in three years, when they face Butler tonight in a Southeast Regional semi-final in New Orleans. Tip-off will be around nine o’clock on TBS.
-- Joe Mauer belted a two-run single in the second inning as the Twins topped the Orioles 5-2 in Grapefruit League play last night.
-- Minnesota State-Mankato survived an overtime game against Alabama-Huntsville in yesterday's NCAA Division II men's basketball Elite Eight and will now play in the Final Four tonight in Springfield, Massachusetts.
-- The state Natural Resources Board is urging Governor Scott Walker to reconsider scaling back a sweeping package of rules to control phosphorus in state waters. The board made their request during their meeting Wednesday.