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Steve Gunderson, Former Wisconsin Congressman and current CEO of the national Council on Foundations in Washington, D.C., will be the keynote speaker at the St. Croix Valley Foundation’s annual Legacy Celebration in Stillwater on June 15.
River Falls Town Board Chairman Diana Smith heaped praise on town highway workers Brian Weber and Rob Schaar for the many long hours they put in keep the town roads clear of snow during the Dec. 11 blizzard.
Jill Dexheimer - River Falls Journal
, December 29, 2010
It' quite an accomplishment for a school to win one state championship in a year. River Falls won two in one day Saturday.
The St. Croix Valley Fusion won their second straight state girls' hockey title in Madison Saturday afternoon, while the River Falls High School gymnastics team won its second championship in four years at the state meet in Wisconsin Rapids a few hours later.
Both teams will be welcomed back to River Falls with a parade on Main Street Sunday at noon.
Chancellor Dean Van Galen again communicated with campus and community early Oct. 29 regarding the hate-speech vandalism found in a men's bathroom at the UW-River Falls Chalmer Davee Library Oct. 25 that threatened violence against African American and Asian people of the campus community on Monday, Nov. 2.
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