Saturday, June 23, 2018

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Front Page — published: 6/23/2018

Johnson: Keep families together

Calling the situation involving migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border “a real mess,” Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said Friday he opposes separating parents and their children but backs returning those not eligible for settlement

Front Page — published: 6/23/2018

Decision 2018: Wachs out, but Vinehout staying in gubernatorial race

Eau Claire attorney Dana Wachs has suspended his run for Wisconsin governor while Kathleen Vinehout of Alma said she’s “in the race to stay.”  Wachs, 60, announced Friday morning he is suspending his campaign, effective

Sports — published: 6/22/2018

Prep Sports Awards: Memorial’s Sampson, Stow earn male and female athletes of the year

Note: For more on Cormac Sampson and Abigail Stow — including advice they’d give to younger athletes — pick up the June issue of Buckshot the Magazine, on newsstands Thursday throughout the Chippewa Valley. Abigail Stow and

Breaking News — published: 6/22/2018

Wachs suspends campaign, endorses Evers

Eau Claire attorney Dana Wachs announced Friday morning he is suspending his campaign for governor, effective immediately, and endorsing Tony Evers, the state’s Superintendent of Public Instruction. “I have spent my life dedicated to

Front Page — published: 6/22/2018

Man accused of dealing large quantities of meth

A Chippewa Falls man is accused of dealing large quantities of methamphetamine in the Eau Claire area. Darrick O. Edwards, 47, 2874 116th St., was charged Friday in Eau Claire County Court with two felony counts of methamphetamine delivery and a

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