CHIPPEWA FALLS — When I heard that 75 years ago last month Sgt. Richard “Harold” Baughman’s unit took part in the Battle of the Bulge during W…
The 90-year-old building at the southeast corner of Madison and Farwell streets may have disappeared Friday, but the demolition can’t erase th…
Chris Attaway may have had the best job in the history of employment on the planet Earth.
It was 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, and the regular crowd was shuffling in.
It’s a time of year that calls for extra caution on Chippewa Valley roadways as rubbernecking visitors take in more scenery than just the road…
As a second-grader, Kerry Benedict recalls one of her teachers at Longfellow Elementary School asking the age-old question: “What do you want …
My wife and I recently said goodbye to the five-bedroom house where we had lived for 20 years.
The job title on LaMoyne Jevne’s business card is a head-scratcher for many of us: “amateur vexillologist.”
Dustin Hotujec and his son, Boone, wouldn’t be celebrating their first Father’s Day together today had it not been for their late wife and mot…
Much has changed since 1994 — video stores and telephone cords are now nearly extinct; taking pictures of ourselves has become not only accept…
Talk about being in the right place at the right time.
The email arrived Sunday, and it felt like we’d really turned the corner after a record-setting winter.
Even a week of mostly above-freezing temperatures did little to affect the scene of an accident at the Third Ward home of Jon and Jen Theisen.
Top o’ the mornin’ to you.
Hearing actor Luke Perry died Monday after suffering a massive stroke took Tammy Tisdale by surprise. He was 52, and she is 53.
As I gazed at the world of white piled high everywhere around me, I felt momentarily overwhelmed, as if I didn’t know where to begin.
It would be decidedly surreal to watch two NHL teams square off at Hobbs Sports Center or another local skating rink.
As anybody who has braved the elements or even looked out a window lately realizes, the Chippewa Valley has been buried in snow over the past …
Sitting next to his wife, CeCelia, Wayne Zorn looked at the binder in front of him as the music from “The Rose” began to play.
For Chris Wood, a trip a few years ago to Madison began as an intimidating journey but ended with a newfound sense of enlightenment.
A man from Central America who covered his face and spoke only in whispers because he feared death at the hands of drug lord emissaries.
Before she leaves this Earth, Lori Bednarczyk hopes to find out what happened to her oldest daughter.
Judy Choi, who holds a Harvard degree and resides in Sun Prairie, was taken aback a few years ago when she came upon her niece writing in a journal.
It’s that time of year when people love to wish everyone good health and happiness for the holidays and the upcoming new year.
Thinking back to family holiday celebrations, many of them involved board games — Trivial Pursuit, Mouse Trap and, of course, Monopoly.
Never one to sit still for long, Jeff Dohlby’s passion for the outdoors accelerated in 1996 when he met his wife, Shelly.
Perched in a tree stand near Gordon last weekend, Andy Stanley heard a noise.
Cathy Sultan is thankful to be alive after having survived civil war in Lebanon.