CHIPPEWA FALLS — A Boyd man has been charged with breaking into Zacho Sports Center and stealing from the WalMart in Lake Hallie. Timothy J. Bridges, 27, N353 Tower Road, was charged in Chippewa County Court with burglary, three counts of criminal damage to property, three counts of misdemeanor theft, operating a motor vehicle without consent, and entry into a locked vehicle. He will appear in court May 15. According to the criminal complaint, Zacho Sports Center, 2393 S. Prairie
BARRON — A short police chase Sunday on Highway D, south of Barron, ended with a man in custody, according to the Barron County sheriff’s office. At approximately 1 p.m. Sunday, a Barron County sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop a vehicle on Highway D for a traffic violation when the vehicle failed to stop. A 3½-mile chase ensued with speeds reaching 100 miles per hour before the driver, Nicholas Mosay, 31, of Balsam Lake, came to a stop. Mosay was taken into custody
A 17-year-old Eau Claire man has been charged with a felony count of armed robbery. Jason M. Allen, 2016 Leonard Court, was arrested three days after a lone individual robbed the Holiday convenience store at 6123 Truax Lane in the town of Union. Allen made his initial appearance in Eau Claire County Court Monday, and a judge set his bail at $50,000 cash. According to the criminal complaint: At about 4:25 a.m. March 12, Eau Claire County sheriff’s deputies responded to a hold-up alarm
Eau Claire County Found guilty TAG, Dyllon M., 22, Eau Claire, obstructing an officer Jan. 23, two counts of retail theft Nov. 24 and June 12, criminal damage to property Nov. 22, and obstructing an officer Aug. 25, two years of probation, $2,587 fine, 10 days jail or 80 hours of community service. WHITE, Kaylee R., 23, 1233 1/2 Fifth Ave., obstructing an officer Nov. 26, $629 fine. HIDALGO-MEJIA, Franklin, 37, Colby, operating without a valid license, third offense within three years,
The following students from west-central Wisconsin have earned advanced degrees: UW-Stout Osseo: David Yount, master of risk control. River Falls: Lori Dore, master of clinical mental health counseling. Somerset: Bridget Wisniewski, master of education. Thorp: James Eichman-Doud, master of information and communication technology. Wilson: Kristin Eitland, master of clinical mental health counseling. UW-Madison Augusta: Ashley Lunde, master of physician assistant studies. Eau Claire:
SENIOR AMERICANS DAY: UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW Extension will present the 30th annual Senior Americans Day from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 5 in the W.R. Davies Center at UW-Eau Claire. Designed for adults age 55 and older, this year’s theme is “Sharing Our Pearls of Wisdom.” A professional motivational speaker with more than 20 years of experience will present “Brain Health: Live Long, Live Well.” Amy Dee, a registered nurse, is a monthly TV news
Government Dunn County Board, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dunn County Government Center, 800 Wilson Ave., Menomonie. Eau Claire County Board, 7 p.m. Wednesday, courthouse, 721 Oxford Ave. Chippewa Valley Technical College District Board, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Business Education Center, 620 W. Clairemont Ave. Altoona City Council, 6 p.m. Thursday, City Hall, 1303 Lynn Ave. Organizations Loyal Order of Moose, progressive bingo, 7 p.m. Thursday (food service from 5 to 8 p.m.), Bloomer Moose Lodge, 1890
Eau Claire County is slated to set $20,000 aside for startup costs leading up to hosting Farm Technology Days in 2020. The County Board will vote during its 7 p.m. Tuesday meeting at the courthouse, 721 Oxford Ave., about allocating the money from its contingency fund. The county wants to tap its contingency fund because the money was not allocated by any departments in the 2018 budget. That contingency fund hasn’t yet been used this year and has $300,000 in it. The County Board
LAKE HALLIE — The 12th annual Stampede Stampin’ and Scrappin’ Expo is 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. today at the Eagles Club, 2588 Hallie Road. The event will feature exhibitors and demonstrations. Admission is $4. Visit facebook.com/stampedeexpo/ for more information.
OSSEO — Ron Anderson, Dean Berry and Debbi Anderson are hosting a self-defense seminar today from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Super 8 hotel, 50663 Oak Grove Road. The seminar is centered on Ron Anderson’s book, “Stop an Attack.” Call 580-231-0878 for more information.