Phil Pfuehler has been editor of the River Falls Journal since 1991.
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Gloria Wahrenbrock has filed paperwork with the town of Troy stating that she will not be a be a candidate again for supervisor. Wahrenbrock is one of four supervisors on the Troy Town Board. The town of Troy, unlike many other towns, has switched this year from a caucus system to a primary system to nominate candidates. The neighboring town of Kinnickinnic made the same switch a few years ago. That means that those who are interested in running for Town Board should go to the Troy Town Hall and pick up their candidacy forms.
A 20-year-old River Falls man was arrested for a suspicious fire that destroyed a 30-by-75 foot storage shed filled with about 400 large bales of high-quality hay at the UW-River Falls Lab Farm #1 after midnight Friday. Said Police Chief Roger Leque: "We believe this was a case of arson." Christopher D. Pixley, 437 Kennedy St. was arrested in the early Friday morning house after the incident. He was taken to county jail in Ellsworth.
At the end of a long procession of dignitaries, UW-River Falls Chancellor Dean Van Galen walked into the Riverview Ballroom at University Center Friday afternoon to be officially installed in the job he took last summer. Hundreds looked on or were on stage with Van Galen, including former chancellors Don Betz and Virgil Nylander, state Sen. Sheila Harsdorf, state Rep.