Police, Hospital team up to help youngsters about bike-riding
Employees from Allina Health and River Falls Area Hospital joined forces with the Prescott Police Department and Prescott Parent Association members T...
Prescott Law Explorer Post competes in state tournament
Members of the Prescott Police Department Law Enforcement Explorer Post No. 3627 fared well in competition at the 38th annual Minnesota Law Enforcemen...
Rebecca Matzek has always been interested in Science. The question for a long time was what field she would study after graduating from Ellsworth High School.RELATED CONTENT
After extensive review of past recommendations, current facilities and long term needs, a facility committee recommended a new high school building and reallocation of grades throughout the Prescott School District.RELATED CONTENT
State Sen. Sheila Harsdorf (R-River Falls)_welcomed the Dalai Lama to Wisconsin Tuesday, May 14 during his two-day visit to Madison to give a teaching, take part in a panel discussion at UW-Madison and address a joint session of the State Legislature.RELATED CONTENT
Travelers of Hwy. 35N just outside of River Falls experienced a 15-minute road-closure mid-morning Wednesday, May 15, as crews from Xcel Energy strung new electrical cables as part of construction for the new interchange at Radio Road.RELATED CONTENT
Pierce County Sheriff Nancy Hove, in her department’s 2012 annual report, presented seven goals the department is trying for in 2013.RELATED CONTENT
The commute home to River Falls at the intersection of southbound Hwy. 35 and Radio Road was slowed late Tuesday afternoon, May 14, by a car vs. motorcycle collision. The injured motorcyclist, Michael D. Fisher, Jr., 33, Hammond, was heading south toward River Falls when a 1996 Honda Accord driven by Katie L. Anderson, 20, River Falls, allegedly failed to yield from a stop sign while pulling out from Radio Road.RELATED CONTENT
-- Police said a black bear was spotted multiple times early Wednesday in this Twins Cities suburb, first in a residential neighborhood, then in a park and later along Highway 61.
The community is invited to remember family and friends who have died by attending the annual ADORAY Hospice Memorial Program on Sunday, May 19, at 4 p.m. The non-denominational program is being held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 503 County UU, Hudson. Everyone is welcome. ADORAY Hospice takes this time to honor and remember patients who have died on their hospice service during the past year.RELATED CONTENT
-- Hudson can now boast of being home to not only an astronaut -- but a Hall of Fame astronaut.
-- A Marine from Madison cried today, when he was re-united with a dog he served with in Afghanistan.
-- Showers and thunderstorms are expected to move into Wadena County later today, further tamping down the wildfire that roared through the area earlier this week.
When the great outdoors is right outside the back door, it’s possible to realize a beautiful landscape or reap a bountiful harvest without becoming extravagant.RELATED CONTENT
High school graduation is the end of one thing and the beginning of many others. It’s actually leaving childhood behind and venturing out into the adult world. So many choices to make; so many decisions involved.RELATED CONTENT
A fine display of pitching and defense led Prescott to a 1-0 win over Ellsworth Thursday at Firehall Field.RELATED CONTENT