Friday, June 22, 2018

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Front Page — published: 6/22/2018

Charges filed in pair of burglaries

A Chetek man is accused of burglarizing a business and a residence, and taking more than $15,000 worth of items — including guns. The man committed one of the burglaries to receive methamphetamine, authorities say. Joshua J. Frami, 35,


Front Page — published: 6/22/2018

Northern Wisconsin Center director cleared in shooting lawsuit

CHIPPEWA FALLS — A day after a lawsuit was dismissed against Walmart in the shooting death of a 25-year-old woman at the Lake Hallie store, a Chippewa County judge also cleared the director of Northern Wisconsin Center, ending the entire


Front Page — published: 6/22/2018

New ministry focuses on disabled

Eau Claire is about to become home to a new church. IM Church is an ecumenical, inclusive ministry created by a coalition of several faiths working together to provide a monthly message of God’s love and a meal for people with cognitive and


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Sports — published: 6/21/2018

Football: Jarzynski looking to change conversation around Huskies

As a history teacher, Andy Jarzynski sees some interesting parallels between his new task at hand and one faced long ago in the Civil War. The new Eau Claire North football coach, whose hiring was announced last Saturday, feels the Huskies are


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Front Page — published: 6/21/2018

Walmart, Northern Center director cleared in fatal shooting

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to indicate that the lawsuit against Northern Wisconsin Center director Jacqueline Neurohr also was dismissed. CHIPPEWA FALLS — Lawsuits against Walmart and the director of


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