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At 3 p.m. Thursday, April 18, the UW-River Falls College of Arts and Sciences presents "The Tragedy of Arthur," the story by Arthur Phillips about William Shakespeare's lost play on King Arthur. The author, Phillips, will be present. A brief scene from the play will be enacted, possibly by one or more actors named Arthur. Everyone is encouraged to come for the show and inquire. The site for this drama is The Sanford Syse ("Black Box") Theater at the Kleinpell Fine Arts Building on campus. Admission is free and open to the public.
Dr. Bonnie Rohr, family physician, has joined HealthPartners Clinic in Roberts. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School, and is a board-certified family practice physician with many years of experience, most recently in Osceola. "I look forward to caring for patients in Roberts and surrounding communities," says Rohr. Her outside interests include caring for her family, reading, cooking, travelling and walking the family dog. She is also an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hiking, and cross country skiing. HealthPartners Roberts Clinic is located at 143 Jennifer Rae Jct.
HUDSON --Jessica Schaffhausen took the stand for most of the morning Thursday and continued in the afternoon in the trial of her ex-husband, Aaron Schaffhausen, convicted of killing their three daughters. Jessica Schaffhausen, 33, answered questions by public defender John Kucinski in the insanity phase of the trial that began this week. She was stoic as the testimony droned on and broke down only when recalling the events when her three children were murdered in their River Falls home July 10. She recalled the phone message she received when Aaron called and said he had "killed the kids."
Express Employment Professionals of River Falls is hosting the 2013 Refresh Leadership Simulcast, a nationwide educational event on April 17 featuring an all-star lineup of speakers who have proven they don't just understand the principles of leadership - they live them. Featured speakers include founder of Alltop.com and best-selling author Guy Kawasaki, Pro Football Hall of Fame member and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday Terry Bradshaw, and workplace communication and performance expert Amanda Gore. Set for Wednesday, April 17, the Refresh Leadership Simulcast will be broadcast at UWRF Universi
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Legislation is being proposed to prohibit frac-sand mining within 2,500 feet of a residential area. Growth of the frac-sand mining industry leads Wisconsin state Senator Kathleen Vinehout to introduce legislation with some controls. Five bills being proposed would give property owners and local government more power to control where the mines and processing plants can be located. Vinehout's district in the western part of the state is home to several frac-sand operations. Statewide there are up to 50 mining plants going now, with dozens more proposed.
New Jersey authorities report they have arrested a man who was found with 21 tons of stolen Wisconsin cheese in his possession. The 34 year old from Plainfield, Illinois, was picked up March 26 driving a refrigerated truck carrying 42,000 pounds of Muenster cheese. K&K Cheese of Cashton valued the cargo at an estimated $200,000. Authorities say the suspect submitted false paperwork to take the cheese. K&K can't guarantee the truckload wasn't compromised, so it's not asking to have the cheese returned. If the cheese passes health inspections, it will be donated to a New Jersey charity.
The ACLU has sent complaints to the U.S. Department of Education about three Wisconsin schools which separated boys and girls into single-sex classrooms. The group's Wisconsin chapter is asking if Riverview Middle School in Barron and Robinson and McLenegan Elementary Schools in Beloit are violating Title Nine with the separation. Title Nine bars sex discrimination in education. The Beloit School District says the curriculum is the same for single-sex and combined-sex classes at the two schools and parents are allowed to choose which classes their children will attend.
"I wander thro' each charter'd street Near where the charter'd Thames does flow, And mark in every face I meet Marks of weakness, marks of woe/ In every cry of every Man In every Infant's cry of fear, In every voice, in every ban, The mind-forged manacles I hear. How the Chimney-sweeper's cry Every black'ning Church appalls; And the hapless Soldier's sigh Runs in blood down Palace walls.
A River Falls man pleaded guilty to homicide and arson charges in the deaths of his three young daughters Thursday afternoon, March 28, in the first phase of the murder case. Aaron Schaffhausen, 35, Minot, N.D., pleaded guilty to three counts of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of attempted arson before Judge Howard W. Cameron in St. Croix County Circuit Court. The case will move to a second phase Monday, April 1, with jury selection in which the defense must prove Schaffhausen was not responsible for his actions at the time he committed the crimes.