Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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Front Page — published: 1/23/2018

Area federal offices closed; guard personnel furloughed

With a relatively small number of federal workers based in the Chippewa Valley, the local impact of the brief government shutdown appears to have been fairly limited. The shutdown, sparked by the inability of congressional Republicans and Democrats

Front Page — published: 1/23/2018

Wedding crasher charged

A Kansas man was punched in the face by the bride, police say, after he crashed a weddingreception in Eau Claire over the weekend and inappropriately touched two girls. William A. Dickinson, 25, of Burlington was charged Monday in Eau Claire County

Front Page — published: 1/23/2018

Woodman’s fights its tax bill

Woodman’s Food Market contends the city of Altoona overassessed its store there by more than $2 million, resulting in a tax bill $62,183 higher than the grocer believes it should pay. A lawyer representing the Janesville-based grocery chain

Front Page — published: 1/23/2018

Barron County DA leaving

Barron County District Attorney Angela Beranek is resigning to take a job in the Eau Claire County district attorney’s office. Beranek has turned in her resignation to Gov. Scott Walker and will start as an assistant district attorney in Eau

Front Page — published: 1/23/2018

Eleva-Strum schools superintendent on paid leave

The Eleva-Strum school board has placed schools Superintendent Kellie Manning on paid administrative leave. Board President Dan Wallery said in a statement that Manning will be on leave “until further notice while we investigate matters

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