Tuesday, December 12, 2017

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State of the arts: Duo meet with area artists to seek input to help create arts-related initiatives

Eau Claire’s burgeoning arts scene has garnered headlines around the world in recent times, but Wisconsin Arts Board executive director George Tzougros saw support for the city’s artistic endeavors Monday in the form of a crowded room.


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17 counts of child sex crimes faced

A 29-year-old Eau Claire man is facing 17 felony counts of child sex crimes. Davy L. Cole, 2906 Conrad St., was charged Monday with one count of first-degree sexual assault of a child younger than 16 by use or threat of force or violence; and four


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Teen pleads guilty to hurting his baby

A teen accused of causing injuries to his baby will have a felony child abuse charge amended to a misdemeanor battery charge if he successfully completes the terms of a two-year agreement. John L. Gagnon, 19, 1003 Briar Lane, Altoona, pleaded


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Chippewa Falls residents' overall tax bill to drop in 2018

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Homeowners in Chippewa Falls will see a decline in their overall tax bill next year. However, a school referendum looms that would make those tax bills increase in 2019 if it gains approval in April. Total taxes —


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6th OWI brings probation, jail

An Eau Claire man was sentenced to four years of probation and 12 months in jail with work-release privileges for sixth-offense drunken driving. Eau Claire County Judge John Manydeeds also sentenced Andrew J. Mansur, 34, 1104 Birch St., to two


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