Days Gone By: Feb. 14, 2013

February 18, 2013 at 2:09 am in River Falls Journal

10 YEARS AGO, FEB. 13, 2003
In downtown business news, former UW all-American “Woody” Fangmeier opened Innate Chiropractic at 650 S. Main St.; Scott Reuter’s “No Job Too Small” STR Construction got its start, Jerae and husband Pete Hanson were bringing the bar business back to the old Corner Saloon spot at 126-128 N. Main St., most recently housing “The Booth” a youth center now to be called “The Hoosegow;” St. Croix Valley Habitat for Humanity received a $6,000 grant from Edina Realty Foundation; and Cellular One at 209 N. Main Street offered 3,600 minutes a month for $24.99 plus a free Nokia 5165 cell phone with a one or two year contract. The plan also included 600 anytime minutes, free unlimited mobile-to-mobile, and free nationwide long distance. Continue Reading