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Pierce County Man hospitalized after foot gets stuck in lawnmower

June 13, 2013 in River Falls Journal

Wednesday evening, June 12, a 32-year town of El Paso man overturned his John Deere lawnmower after swerving sharply to avoid hitting the family dog. His left leg was pinned under the mower deck. The man’s mother came out to help free his leg. Continue Reading

Rush River Clean-up postponed for this weekend

April 18, 2013 in Pierce County Herald

The annual spring Rush River Clean-up set for this Saturday has been postponed until further notice. Continue Reading

El Paso fundraiser this Saturday

May 16, 2012 in Pierce County Herald

EL PASOThe El Paso Community Club will hold a fundraiser for the crisis fund this Saturday at the El Paso Bar and Grill (upstairs). Doors will open at 5 p.m. Bingo will start at 5:30 p.m. There will also be a pie raffle and a meat raffle.
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Ammonia tank from truck overturns on CTH. G in between Elmwood and El Paso

November 6, 2011 in Pierce County Herald

An ammonia tank being pulled by a pick-up truck tipped over on CTH. G just east of CTH. CC in Pierce County Saturday morning. Continue Reading

Benefit Saturday for Carlstrom at El Paso Bar and Grill

November 12, 2010 in Pierce County Herald

A single mother, Carla Carlstrom has worked all of her life.

But Carlstrom has had to take a break from her employment as a registered nurse at a Spring Valley health care facility after being diagnosed with lung cancer. A benefit for the River Falls area resident will be held Saturday at the El Paso Basement Bar. Continue Reading

And The Band Played On

August 24, 2010 in Pierce County Herald

One of the highlights of the El Paso Days is the Sunday afternoon parade through town and one of the highlights of the parade is the the El Paso Marching Band. Continue Reading

Can do for cancer – walk this Saturday in El Paso

August 18, 2010 in Pierce County Herald

Appreciation goes to the Ellsworth community for many years of donating cans for the American Cancer Society, and to Scott and Joanne Gulbranson of JoJo’s Jewelry and Gifts for managing and maintaining the collection site. Continue Reading

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