I received a classic good news-bad news call in the wake of covering the methamphetamine awareness forum Wednesday night at Chippewa Valley Technical College.
Traffic lane closures and detours that have cropped up around downtown for almost a month are tied to boosting electricity for new development in parts of Eau Claire and
MENOMONIE - A survey of Menomonie teachers and staff showed a lot of positive news with 99 percent of those surveyed saying their work contributes to the district. Ninety
It's been interesting in recent weeks to hear of stores announcing that they will be closed for Thanksgiving, which is wonderful. I understand there are some businesses who
MENOMONIE - Retired Dunn County Judge Bill Stewart and Barb Gorman, retired from the State Public Defenders Office, received the first-ever Lighthouse Awards from the Dunn
Sauk and Dunn County 4-H agent and 4-H specialist Melanie Miller was recognized for outstanding service and inducted into the Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Hall of Fame
Movies based on comic book characters are truly a recent phenomenon for one simple reason – the technology has finally caught up to make the action on the screen look
Scary films aren’t my favorite.
With all of the talk about folks on both sides of the aisle — most notably our new President-elect Donald Trump and his supporters — being upset with the
As a public service before Election Day, I am providing a few last-minute tips to help the big day go smoothly.
MENOMONIE - The Dunn County Solid Waste & Recycling Division is now taking alkaline batteries and compressed gas cylinders for recycling, according to a news release.
Eau Claire residents in a few west side voting wards will have a different polling place on Election Day as their usual location suffered a fire.
I will be one of those shaking their heads when entering the voting booth for the general election.
About 43 percent of Dunn County households live at the poverty level or have an income below a basic cost-of-living threshold meaning they have difficulty affording even
An $1,800 grant from the Women’s Giving Circle through the Community Foundation of Dunn County has helped start a diaper bank at The Bridge to Hope, the domestic