Sunday, September 23, 2018

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Sports — published: 9/22/2018

Prep football: Menomonie scores late TD to jumble BRC standings

HUDSON — With its back to the ropes, a young Menomonie team turned to two of its elder statesmen to get the job done when it mattered most. On fourth-and-goal with the game on the line against Hudson, Menomonie senior quarterback Jake Ebert

Front Page — published: 9/22/2018

Sending a message?

Encouraged to speak out on gun safety by residents, the Eau Claire City Council will vote on sending a message to officials in Madison and Washington, D.C. A Monday night hearing will give the public the chance to speak about the topic before the

Front Page — published: 9/22/2018

The highest of tributes: The Highground veterans park near Neillsville marks 30 years with events today

NEILLSVILLE — The wind speaks when it blows across the ridge through clusters of wind chimes inscribed with 1,244 names of those from Wisconsin who died or are missing in action in the Vietnam War. Tears are shed daily. Most are symbolic and

Front Page — published: 9/22/2018

Woman pleads guilty to robbery, battery

One of two people accused of beating and robbing a male in the parking lot of an Altoona business will spend two years on probation. Katlin M. Rundle, 19, 208 N. Holly Ave., Elk Mound, pleaded guilty this week in Eau Claire County Court to felony

Front Page — published: 9/21/2018

Storm damages school, fells trees in west-central Wisconsin

Severe thunderstorms rolling through west-central Wisconsin Thursday night damaged one area school and felled numerous trees. The storm damaged Spring Valley’s middle and high school building at 7:45 p.m. According to a message posted late

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