recent offbeat stories
I never went to summer camp, or any other kind of camp, when I was a kid.
ELEVA — Gavin Thompson may not tell you, but it’s clear he understands his long blonde hair is something special.
Eau Claire typically isn’t the kind of place where national presidential candidates gather, but Saturday wasn’t a typical day.
Isaac Colbert is about to join a select group.
Having sewn for decades, Patricia Hawkenson made her mother, Frances Snippen, a memory pillow, featuring family photos for her 80th birthday.
For the next three weeks until Wisconsin’s officially nonpartisan Supreme Court election on April 5, the candidates will be competing to see who can paint themselves as
As I entered my home one late January night, I wondered at the bright white light illuminating my living room.
For Karen King, it’s all about the eyes. Big, brown eyes.
One was an offensive lineman who garnered glory playing for the Lombardi-era Green Bay Packers, leading the team’s vaunted power sweep running game.
One area of responsibility Mike Schatz has as economic development director for the city of Eau Claire is to attract businesses to the region and retain those already here.
As a 16-year-old, Dick Freitag didn’t grasp the significance in February 1967 when he was presented with an autographed football for being the top recruiter for his Boy
Jack Felmlee of Chippewa Falls has been a blood donor for at least 20 years.
The younger observer might marvel at Eau Claire’s recent emergence as a force in the Midwest music scene, with live music returning to local venues and festivals
When Rachel Keniston quit her job as an elementary school teacher in the mid-1990s, she feared she had lost her opportunity to pass on knowledge to others.
Steve Dye spun off a small industrial product line from Honeywell in 1999, and the venture had clients on its first day in business.