Whether construction on a Marshfield Clinic Health System hospital and cancer center in Eau Claire is halted may be determined largely on whether terms of land sales 20 and
Butler women’s basketball coach Kurt Godlevske can’t help but be excited about Shae Brey.
FALL CREEK — Fall Creek Elementary School students aren’t going to sneak past their eye exams, at least not if the local Lions Club can help it.
Inspired by her time living in the third-largest city in the United States, author Nanci J. Mortimer is bringing Chicago to life in her new children’s book,
MADISON — Nigel Hayes didn't have to say a word to make his loudest statement in the NCAA Tournament.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Construction on the 1.12-million-square-foot Mills Fleet Farm distribution center should begin by mid-April and reach “substantial
The city of Cornell has filed a lawsuit against a resident in an effort to have him clean up his yard.
A man who Walmart officials nationwide have identified as a serial thief is accused of stealing a vacuum cleaner at the Eau Claire Walmart, according to police.
Transportation officials and state legislators from both sides of the aisle are saying Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed biennial transportation budget is underfunded, and
HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital has filed a civil lawsuit against Marshfield Clinic and its affiliations to halt construction of a new hospital and cancer center in Eau Claire.
Editor’s Note: A version of this story appeared in the January issue of Buckshot the Magazine, a monthly publication featuring area prep sports stars and alumni updates.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Mills Fleet Farm is planning to open a distribution center in the Lake Wissota Business Park in Chippewa Falls, bringing hundreds of jobs to the
A federal budget proposal to cut a support program for smaller airports could ground some services flyers rely on to connect to larger hubs from the Chippewa Valley Regional
An 88-year-old woman who apparently wandered outside a nursing home in Rice Lake early Saturday was found dead near the building.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Citing a dramatic increase in methamphetamine-related arrests in the area, the Chippewa Falls Police Department requested permission Tuesday to