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Wisconsin order limits domestic bird movement

When Rob Mattison was a boy watching “The Sheriff Bob Show” on WEAU-TV — what us Chippewa Valley kids called Channel 13 — he couldn’t have dre…

In April of 1976, President Abraham Lincoln was felled by an assassin’s bullet while attending a play at Menomonie’s Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater.

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Daniel Ruefman is unassuming enough. A professor at UW-Stout, Ruefman has a big voice, and the kind of confidence that comes from presiding ov…

A large well preserved pterosaur was found on the limestone shore of the Isle of Skye as described by an account in the New Scientist. The fos…

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I began my COVID-19 journal in mid-March 2020 to chronicle what it was like living through a worldwide pandemic. On St. Patrick’s Day I dresse…

While my family and I have cherished our time in Eau Claire, it’s time for us to say goodbye. The boxes are packed, the papers are signed; all…

The mercury was dancing with 50-degree temperatures, a winter’s worth of snow melting and running down off the Wathkes’ ridge in ephemeral str…

One winter morning in 1969, 15-year-old Patrick McBride of Wauwatosa opened the Milwaukee Sentinel to find his future staring back at him. On …