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Sports — published: 7/14/2018

Former Durand star Hoyt brings workhorse mentality to Michigan Tech job

It’s barely been a month since the Michigan Tech women’s basketball program named one of its most decorated alums — Durand native Sam Hoyt — as head coach, the first time she’s been one in her young career. But getting

Front Page — published: 7/14/2018

New hotels set for city’s south side

Eau Claire’s south side is getting two new extended-stay hotels — one poised to open in September and the other hopes to break ground next month. The newest announced hotel planned for the city is a Home2 by Hilton, which would be built

Front Page — published: 7/14/2018

Seeing if it’s safe to swim

As an avid outdoorsman who spends as much of his time on the water and in the woods as possible, Matt Steinbach’s position with the Eau Claire City-County Health Department should come as little surprise. Steinbach joined the agency in March

Front Page — published: 7/13/2018

Stout stu­dent’s death nets man prison term

MENOMONIE — The Minneapolis man charged in the beating death of a UW-Stout student from Saudi Arabia was sentenced Friday to four years in prison following a jury trial that found him guilty of aggravated battery. Cullen M. Osburn, 28, was

Sports — published: 7/13/2018

Taillon, Mercer shine in Pirates' 6-3 win over Brewers

PITTSBURGH — Jameson Taillon let a lead get away in his last start. This time, he had the answer when he got in trouble. Taillon struck out a career-high 10 to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on

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