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He may not have been the first person to walk on the moon — everybody knows that was Neil Armstrong — but an Eau Claire man was one of the first humans to hold the moon in his hands.

An Eau Claire County committee will pursue possible solutions to what some town of Bridge Creek residents and officials call an overload of manure on county roads, especially in the city of Augusta region.

An Eau Claire man will spend three years in prison for having sex with a 15-year-old girl, possessing a nude photo of the girl, and threatening a woman over nude photos he had of her.

Several festivals and county fairs in west-central Wisconsin this weekend.

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HUDSON — Despite heavy rain setbacks this spring, restoration of the Little Falls Dam on the Willow River at Willow River State Park remains on schedule for “substantial completion” around Dec. 18, 2019, according to a Department of Natural Resources official.

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CHIPPEWA FALLS — After a dozen years as a Chippewa Falls police officer, Jason Jacobson decided to switch gears and become a business owner. Last July, he purchased Sokup’s Market, where he now works alongside the prior owner, Peter Sokup.

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MADISON — Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday worked to generate momentum for a bill calling for civil servants to draw legislative district boundaries, insisting it’s the right time to pass the measure after the U.S. Supreme Court killed a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn boundaries.

Where were you and what did you think when Neil Armstrong took what he called “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” on July 20, 1969?

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Delivering ideas to address Chippewa Valley’s housing shortage to local policymakers is the end of a task force’s job, but the group won’t necessarily disband as there is still much work to do on the issue.

Gov. Tony Evers and senior Wisconsin Army National Guard leaders will join family and friends this weekend in Menomonie at a ceremony honoring nearly 400 National Guard soldiers deploying to Afghanistan.