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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings are preparing for their matchup with the Bills on Sunday in Buffalo. The Vikes were off yesterday and will hit the practice field...
Kindergarten and first grade students at St. Joseph Parish School in Prescott learned about the local fire department, and what firefighters do and wear during Fire Safety Week. The students learned about the importance of having a safe place at home in case of a fire emergency. Then, the students, with the aid of Fire Chief Bill Dravis, were allowed to explore the fire truck. Finally, the students were given an honorary fire badge and hat to help share what they know about fire safety. (Submitted photos)
Bond was set at $50,000 dollars yesterday for a western Wisconsin man who's awaiting charges in an Interstate crash that killed two people and injured six others.
Ptacek’s IGA will hold its official ground breaking for its new building at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 18 in the Eagle Ridge Business Park.
By Sari Gordon ELMWOOD—Sewer plant matters got attention from the Elmwood Village Board early last week. The plant is seeing significant progress, according to Public Works Director Jamie Reitz. A wet well has been constructed and moisture tests on the concrete were completed. Main slab and walls were done, and with one day lost to rain, the crews poured 121 yards of concrete in one day. A revised resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of $2,820,000 Sewer System Mortgage Revenue Bond and Corresponding Paperwork was approved.
Oct. 4 dawned chilly and windy, but before the annual Little East-West Shrine Game at Ramer/Smith Field in River Falls, the sun broke out and it became a traditional gorgeous fall day.
Two women killed in a weekend hit-and-run Interstate crash west of Eau Claire have been identified as Larci Ricafrente of Waterford Michigan and Djamella Sugatan from the Philippines.
Wisconsin taxpayers have spent 139-million dollars on private schools that were removed from the state's voucher program over the last decade.
A Chicago man is scheduled to be sentenced November 24th for shooting a woman in the back in La Crosse. Prosecutors struck a plea deal with 23-year-old Cordero Short. They agreed to ask a judge for no more than a ten-year prison sentence. His original complaint called for a maximum sentence of 65 years. Authorities said Short was arguing with another man in June of last year, when the 24-year-old woman walked in the line of fire. She had a bullet removed from her abdomen.
The City of Minneapolis is not celebrating Columbus Day this year.