Monday, May 21, 2018

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Front Page — published: 5/21/2018

Gimme 5: Rally in the Valley at Carson Park

Editor’s note: Gimme 5 is a five-question interview on a topic of local interest. How long has this been going on? The first Rally in the Valley was held in 2002 and was only for the day. In 2003 we changed the event to run for three


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Sports — published: 5/20/2018

With two Steinmetzes coaching, another in field, Chi-Hi baseball family affair

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Baseball brings the Steinmetz family together — literally. The proof is all over Casper Park. There’s a Steinmetz around every corner on the diamond this spring. Take a look over at the coaching box by third base


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Front Page — published: 5/19/2018

Missing menu item for restaurants: Workers

A key ingredient was missing when Za51 Pizzeria was ready to open late last year in Altoona’s River Prairie development, and it wasn’t mozzarella, marinara or pepperoni. What owner Joanne Palzkill was short of was workers. With the


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Front Page — published: 5/19/2018

Eau Claire's food truck rules revisited

Eau Claire’s attempt to attract food truck vendors has drawn a smaller response than city leaders envisioned, causing them to rethink restrictions and fees on those mobile businesses. During its meetings this week, the City Council will


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Sports — published: 5/19/2018

Softball: Rice Lake's senior trio hoping to cap careers by defending state title

If they signaled to each other, it wasn’t visible to the naked eye. And maybe they didn’t at all. They just know. Rice Lake’s Emily Fell, Sam Soley and Brooke Scheurer have been playing softball with one another since third grade.


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