Wednesday, May 23, 2018

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Front Page — published: 5/23/2018

Judge: Murder suspect in Eau Claire man's stabbing death competent

MENOMONIE — A woman accused in the stabbing death of an Eau Claire man is competent to continue with court proceedings. Dunn County Judge James Peterson on Tuesday found Ezra J. McCandless, 20, of Stanley competent after reviewing a


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Front Page — published: 5/23/2018

Entrepreneurs network, inspire each other at annual Women's Business Conference

Inspiring. Empowering. Encouraging. These are the words women used to describe the 15th annual Women’s Business Conference Tuesday in Eau Claire. The event in UW-Eau Claire’s Davies Center featured 20 breakout sessions with 55 speakers,


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Front Page — published: 5/23/2018

Menomonie City Council decision shocks tavern owner

MENOMONIE — Rehab tavern owner David Zempel said he is shocked the Menomonie City Council intends to not renew his liquor licenses and plans to meet with the council next month. The council Monday night decided to notify the owners of Rehab,


Front Page — published: 5/23/2018

North High School student highlights need for gun safety measures

Toughening gun laws, cracking down on bullying and increasing mental health services for students were among the suggestions for improvement that emerged Tuesday night during a town hall discussion on school safety.  While community leaders


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Sports — published: 5/22/2018

Track: Stanley-Boyd’s Vitort uses others to get out hard and hold on in 400

COLFAX — Before the gun goes off, Allison Vitort’s eyes are dancing to the right.  A quick starter off the blocks, the Stanley-Boyd senior hopes those eyes find another fast runner getting into her blocks a few feet ahead.


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