Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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Front Page — published: 4/25/2018

Lawsuit continues in Lake Hallie Walmart shooting death by cop

CHIPPEWA FALLS — A lawsuit against Walmart that was filed after an officer shot and killed a 25-year-old woman at the Lake Hallie store in April 2016 is moving forward. Chippewa County Judge James Isaacson heard arguments from three attorneys

Front Page — published: 4/25/2018

New Cadott schools superintendent has deep ties to village

The Cadott school district has a new leader, and it’s someone from the district’s own backyard. The school board selected Jennifer Starck, curriculum director in the Chippewa Falls school district, to be the next school superintendent.

Front Page — published: 4/25/2018

Judge: Unsecured creditors not entitled to payments from Gordy's Market

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Gordy’s Market and food distributor Nash Finch were under no obligation to pay proceeds of sales to unsecured creditors who lost money when the grocery chain closed or sold 20 of its 26 stores last year. In a court

Front Page — published: 4/25/2018

Probation ordered for attack on Eau Claire man

A Chippewa Falls man will spend three years on probation for his role in attacking an Eau Claire man whom he did not know at the man’s residence. “Frankly, you need to think about where you’re at and what you’re doing,

Sports — published: 4/24/2018

Spring football: Blugolds change verbiage, ready to take next step

Defensive back Drew Hurley and quarterback Scott Procter jogged over after practice with their positivity evident. Sure, the sun was finally shining and cleared up Carson Park for one of the first times all spring. But these are different times

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