Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Sara-Antonson
Front Page — published: 6/20/2018

Area youths taking free field trip to D.C.

Forty youths from the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley, some of whom have never left the Chippewa Valley, will embark next month on an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. The kids will board a bus July 9 to begin the


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Front Page — published: 6/20/2018

Dunn County Board to assess moving government center

MENOMONIE — The Dunn County Board tonight will discuss the possibility of renovating the government center in downtown Menomonie or moving its offices to the edge of the city. Paul Miller, county manager, said the county is faced with a


Dick-Hebert
Front Page — published: 6/20/2018

Chippewa Falls council names new park on city’s east side

CHIPPEWA FALLS — A new park in Chippewa Falls that was constructed in June 2017 finally has a name. The park, located at the intersection of Unity Road and Dutchman Drive on the city’s East Hill in a neighborhood commonly called


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Front Page — published: 6/20/2018

Cost of Chippewa Falls school district building projects ex­pected to rise

CHIPPEWA FALLS — The Chippewa Falls school board will likely need to make alterations and reductions to the planned $65 million in renovation and construction projects as construction costs are climbing significantly, district staff said


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Sports — published: 6/19/2018

Fresh outlook

Third-year NBA pro Henry Ellenson was back in his high school gym last Tuesday to lead his pair of youth basketball camps. At the same time, Ellenson learned that he has a new coach, only his fourth head coach in eight years of high school, college


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