A retired social worker and a stay-at-home mom are hoping to bring to western Wisconsin a program that uses everyday citizens to advocate for abused and neglected children.
Pierce County Herald, 10/03/2012
-- A judge has ordered River Falls to pay $263,337 to a bank as a result of a mistake involving a downtown developer who left behind a stack of unpaid bills.
Pierce County Herald, 06/22/2012
-- After surviving a recall attempt last summer, state Senator Sheila Harsdorf will face another challenge this fall -- again from a high school teacher.
Pierce County Herald, 06/07/2012
After a month on the job, JoAnn Miller seems comfortable in her role as Pierce County Administrative Coordinator.
Pierce County Herald, 01/03/2012
Two Pierce County Board members from the River Falls area have filed declarations of non-candidacy, indicating they don’t intend to seek re-election in April, reported County Clerk Jamie Feuerhelm Monday.
Pierce County Herald, 12/21/2011
One night on her way home from work, she stopped for an ice cream and ate it in the car.
Pierce County Herald, 12/06/2011
A town of Oak Grove man was charged last week with a felony in connection with the death of his neighbor’s cat.
Pierce County Herald, 11/17/2011
Tasha Schuh is writing a book about her life, and although the story is not finished, she has the title: “My Last Step Backwards.”
Pierce County Herald, 10/12/2011
Charges were filed last week against two Ellsworth teens accused of breaking into buildings on the Pierce County Fairgrounds this past summer and taking cash, food and tools.
Pierce County Herald, 10/11/2011
In a decision released Tuesday, Wisconsin’s District III Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a Pierce County woman who threatened to shoot two county judges.
Pierce County Herald, 09/29/2011
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