Friday, October 19, 2018

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Front Page — published: 10/19/2018

Shortage of workers a top concern for 3 29th Assembly District candidates

Three candidates will be on the ballot Nov. 6 to represent the 29th Assembly District: Incumbent Republican Rob Stafsholt, Democrat John Calabrese and Libertarian Brian Corriea. State Assembly representatives serve two-year terms and are not


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Front Page — published: 10/19/2018

Public searches for clues to Barron teen's disappearance after parents' deaths

With the help of 100 community volunteers, officers conducted a “routine search for articles of evidentiary value” in Barron on Thursday, trying to find information that could assist in locating 13-year-old Jayme Closs. “We thank


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Front Page — published: 10/19/2018

UW-EC Forum: Speaker exposes the hoax behind the curtain of truth in America

In the midst of a society that sometimes feels as if it has been taken over by fake news and disinformation, it doesn’t mean that Americans should become cynical about journalism, a critically acclaimed author and poet told an audience


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Sports — published: 10/18/2018

Prep football: It’s playoffs time

Okay, the preliminaries are over. Now it comes down to the real season. It’s high school tournament football and it begins this weekend around the state. And, yes, in Northwest Wisconsin. Let’s take a look at who’s hot and


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Front Page — published: 10/18/2018

Prison ordered in child porn case

An Eau Claire man will spend six years in prison for possessing and sharing dozens of images of child pornography. Thomas D. Kent, 62, formerly of 3219 E. Clairemont Ave., was sentenced this week in Eau Claire County Court to nine felony counts of


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