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Adams Publishing Group, owner of the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, announced Tuesday that it has acquired another daily newspaper in Wisconsin.

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An open house at mid-day Thursday will offer Eau Claire residents an opportunity to meet with engineers and air opinions on a controversial portion of the nearly mile-long State Street road construction project.

The following students from west-central Wisconsin have been named to the dean’s list:

Parade grand marshal Jerry Rollins waves to spectators during last weekend’s Lake Martha Days in Osseo.

Cameron Keegan of Grassfed performs at last weekend’s Blue Ox Music Festival in Eau Claire.

The following students from west-central Wisconsin have been named to the dean’s list:

CHIPPEWA FALLS — A Chippewa Falls man who reportedly led police on a chase Wednesday through Lake Hallie and Chippewa Falls faces numerous possible charges stemming from the incident.

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The Eau Claire Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department and the Chippewa Valley Pickleball Club are hosting a grand re-opening event at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at McDonough Park to mark improvements to the pickleball courts.

Eau Claire County is moving forward with a review of its Department of Human Services, although the County Board on Tuesday voted 15-11 to indefinitely postpone a resolution authorizing spending up to $30,000 from the county's contingency fund to pay for it.

PIERCE COUNTY -- A River Falls woman suffered undetermined injuries in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday in the Pierce County town of Clifton.

MADISON -- The state Assembly on Thursday unanimously passed a bill in response to a Chippewa County incident in which three Girl Scouts and an adult were fatally struck by a vehicle while cleaning up a highway.

GREEN NEW DEAL: Our Wisconsin Revolution will hold a free public presentation and discussion of the Green New Deal from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Monday at the L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger St.

The following students from west-central Wisconsin have been named to the dean’s list:

Wisconsin Department of Transportation Secretary Craig Thompson and state Sen. Patty Schachtner, D-Somerset, joined local leaders and business representatives Monday to unveil the newly installed Welcome to Wisconsin sign on Highway 64 near the St. Croix River Bridge.

The following students from west-central Wisconsin have been named to the dean’s list:

Editor’s note: Astronomy Update, published on the third Saturday of the month, is provided by the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society, and is compiled by Lauren Likkel of the UW-Eau Claire department of physics and astronomy.

The following students from west-central Wisconsin have been named to the dean’s list:

PRIDE AWARDS: At the end of each semester, Altoona High School gives out Pride Awards to the students who have shown the qualities of achievement and motivation, and a positive attitude.