Sunday, August 19, 2018

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Sports — published: 8/18/2018

So far, so good

Eau Claire Memorial answered a few questions in Friday night’s season opener. The Old Abes can throw the ball. They have a 100-yard running back. And they can play defense. After dominating play early, they were able to hold off La Crosse


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Front Page — published: 8/18/2018

Budget subject of Monday school board meeting

After talking over its financial priorities for the upcoming school year at its Monday meeting, the Eau Claire school board will then discuss potential revenue generators to help the district grapple with a tight budget. In May, the district


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Front Page — published: 8/18/2018

Wine gallery, RV lot plans reach group

A downtown Eau Claire art gallery wants to add wine to its business to bring in more revenue and patrons. Jo Ellen Burke is seeking permission on Monday night from the city’s Plan Commission to begin serving wine at her gallery at 200 Main St.


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Front Page — published: 8/18/2018

Mixed review for Trump policies from U.S. Chamber of Commerce official in Eau Claire

Tax cuts delivered in December were a win for the nation’s companies, but the economy is being held back by tariffs pushed by the Trump administration, a leader for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce told Eau Claire area business leaders. John


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Front Page — published: 8/17/2018

It’s been a good run: State Theatre to be celebrated next week

For longer than nearly all Eau Claire residents have been alive, the iconic State Theatre’s marquee has lit up downtown’s Eau Claire Street, welcoming people in to vaudeville shows, movies and, over the past three decades, live theater.


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