Friday, January 19, 2018

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Front Page — published: 1/19/2018

Donated solar energy lights town of Pleasant Valley park

The Cleghorn School Park in the town of Pleasant Valley is being powered partly by solar energy after several nonprofit organizations donated subscriptions to a local solar array. The Cleghorn Lions Club partnered with four other local


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Front Page — published: 1/19/2018

Meth motel bust ends in probation for Eau Claire man

After serving 18 months in prison, an Eau Claire man will spend five years on probation for methamphetamine offenses that happened last year. Jeremiah J. Ressel, 39, 2521 Paulina St., pleaded no contest Thursday morning in Eau Claire County Court


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Front Page — published: 1/19/2018

Fla. mom charged for threats

A Florida woman angry over losing custody of her daughter is facing felony charges for making threats that caused the Eau Claire County Courthouse and an Eau Claire school to plan increased security measures earlier this month. Porcha N. Brantley,


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Front Page — published: 1/19/2018

Walker talks wel­fare re­form during Chippewa Valley visit

With unemployment in the state dropping to 3 percent — its lowest level since 1999 — Gov. Scott Walker said he wants to see all able-bodied people finding jobs. Walker, along with state Sen. Chris Kapenga, R-Delafield, Rep. Robin Vos, R-


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Sports — published: 1/18/2018

Women's hoops: Blugolds torch Blue Devils inside, outside, in transition

MENOMONIE — The UW-Eau Claire women’s basketball team is back at full strength. And the Blugolds looked scary good Wednesday night. Even though leading scorer Anna Graaskamp played just 11 minutes in her return to the rotation after


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