Sunday, May 20, 2018

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Sports — published: 5/19/2018

Softball: Rice Lake's senior trio hoping to cap careers by defending state title

If they signaled to each other, it wasn’t visible to the naked eye. And maybe they didn’t at all. They just know. Rice Lake’s Emily Fell, Sam Soley and Brooke Scheurer have been playing softball with one another since third grade.


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Front Page — published: 5/19/2018

UW-EC commencement speaker draws parallels between now, 1960s

The ability to think critically that comes with a UW-Eau Claire education will serve its graduates well, both in their professional careers and in their participation in our nation’s democracy, the university’s commencement speaker told


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Offbeat - Liam Marlaire — published: 5/19/2018

Family’s legacy is seen in buildings made with Dunnville sandstone

Local reminders of his ancestors’ craftsmanship abound for Rolland Freid. “Dunnville sandstone” was used in the building of the Mabel Tainer Center for the Arts in Menomonie and a number of schools, institutional buildings and


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Front Page — published: 5/18/2018

Eau Claire schools facing big deficit again

Eighteen months after approval of an $87.9 million referendum that provided money for teacher pay raises and additional employees to maintain smaller class sizes, Eau Claire school district officials plan not to replace some staff positions lost to


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Front Page — published: 5/18/2018

Memorial for an officer

The story of Officer Donald G. Spike’s death is one that officers in Chippewa Falls have been familiar with over the years, police Chief Matthew Kelm said Friday. “Our department honors and remembers Officer Spike every year during


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