Phil Pfuehler has been editor of the River Falls Journal since 1991.
- Member for
- 1 year 11 months
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northwest Region office in Eau Claire is holding a public hearing to give residents the chance to speak out about an Environmental Assessment concerning...
In 1996 Mark Skordahl, with a criminal record, got on the ballot to run for River Falls mayor. He lost to the incumbent, Duane Pederson, but got over 200 votes...
First a customer, then a buyer.
She wore a leopard-print dress and was stopped trying to get into Bo’s ’N Mine with a fake I.D Sunday night, April 6. The 20-year-old Prescott woman was soon arrested...
A 29-year-old local man found nude and bloody at home was arrested for domestic battery and booked at the River Falls police station after midnight Sunday, March 30. There he...
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the River Falls Medical Clinic (RFMC) has taken a bite out of a “silent killer.”
The Wisconsin Libertarian Party will hold a news conference at the state Capitol on Monday to announce a campaign plan and a list of candidates for office.
Public Library Director Nancy Miller calls the 1960s a “phenomenal era,” and a “pretty stunning decade of changes following the Eisenhower 1950s.”
The good news is the local Salvation Army collected $22,000 from holiday shoppers during the month-long Red Kettle Campaign.
A local service group is spotlighting a neglected area of wellness by trying to form a free clinic for those with mental illnesses who can’t afford treatment.