One of the developers of a proposed arts center in downtown Eau Claire said Thursday that he hopes the $40 million project can be completed as early as the end of 2016 if
The rally wasn’t pretty. Manager Dale Varsho called it lucky. But after two forgettable days in Thunder Bay, the Eau Claire Express were all smiles after picking up
Fishing on Wisconsin’s waterways, hiking at state parks and other outdoors activities on state properties are free next weekend, part of an effort by state officials to
Infrastructure needs and renewable investments could fuel a rise in consumers’ energy bills next year.
A development agreement approved Thursday night by the Altoona City Council will be “good for the city and the Altoona school district,” according to City
Eau Claire school district staff members shouldn’t look for any raises next school year.
Adam Wojak is fearful of how proposed changes to a state program for adults with long-term care needs will affect his family.
A planned downtown Eau Claire arts center got approval for a $15 million state grant Wednesday from the state government’s budget-writing committee and was further
Sohil Brahmbhatt, playing defensively all match, sensed the end. A trip to state tournament was in reach for the Eau Claire Memorial sophomore.
The sights and sounds of Eau Claire Express baseball games return for tonight’s home opener at Carson Park, with city officials hoping to improve perceptions
Local artists have been scrambling to create some egg-ceptional pieces of art for the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library’s upcoming egg-themed egg-stravaganza.
An $18.5 million senior health care campus in Altoona is progressing — with financing assistance from the villages of Fairchild and Elk Mound.
The Eau Claire North softball team has seen its share of adversity — injuries, close losses and falling behind early have plagued the Huskies all season. So when they
An Eau Claire man is accused of racking up thousands of dollars in unauthorized transactions on a company credit card in his first two months of employment.
A 23-year-old Rice Lake man received a three-year prison term for his role in last summer’s armed robberies of three Eau Claire convenience stores.