Sunday, February 25, 2018

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Front Page — published: 2/25/2018

All work, no pay: Area home health care provider shuts doors as payments for services rendered fail to come

A Chippewa Valley home health care provider went out of business last week, but not for the usual reasons. Not because there isn’t a market for the company’s services — demand is strong and expected to keep rising as baby


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Front Page — published: 2/25/2018

Birkie runs on volunteers

HAYWARD — Jesse Cain grew up watching the little town of Hayward put on an international event, the American Birkebeiner cross-country ski race. This weekend about 13,500 skiers and 20,000 to 30,000 spectators flooded the city, which has


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Sports — published: 2/24/2018

One to go: North’s Phillips wins semifinal to reach state championship match for first time

Mason Phillips has been close before. But today he finally gets his shot at a state championship. The Eau Claire North senior, a four-time state qualifier, will wrestle for the Division 1 138-pound state title today at the Kohl Center in Madison.


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Front Page — published: 2/24/2018

Altoona police will discuss school safety plans

A deadly shooting incident in Altoona may seem unlikely, but the city’s police department wants community members to know they have a plan in case such an occurrence happens. Altoona police Chief Jesse James and school resource Officer John


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Front Page — published: 2/24/2018

Seeing gold again

More than 6,100 miles separated Karyn Bye-Dietz from the action on the ice Wednesday night. But that couldn’t dampen a jubilant celebration in Hudson when the Team USA womens hockey team took Olympic gold with a 3-2 shootout win over Canada


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