Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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Home sales still lagging 2017

May marked the third straight month in which home sales in the state did not meet levels set last year, according to the Wisconsin Realtors Association. Statewide, home sales were down 5 percent last month compared with May 2017. “A strong


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Food bank puts help on wheels  

Food insecurity is tough for kids and adults year-round. But when seasonal resources taper off for the summer, local organizations are stepping up their services to fill in the gap. That includes Feed My People Food Bank in Eau Claire. Suzanne


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Former teacher won’t get shorter sentence

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Former Chippewa Falls middle school teacher Joel C. Jahnke, who was sentenced last June to six years in prison for sexual contact with a student, lost an appeal Monday to have his sentence reduced by a year. Jahnke, 30,


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Area storm damage minor, but flooding expected later this week

Kristina Page breathed a sigh of relief when she saw how little damage was caused in Jackson County on Sunday. “We got clipped a bit by the storm, but nothing that really affected us,” said Page, Jackson County’s emergency


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Menomonie apartment project passes

MENOMONIE — The former East School site will soon be remodeled into apartments following the City Council’s unanimous approval Monday to rezone the area and to remodel the structure. JABS 4 is developing the former East School site at


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