CHETEK — Ten weeks after a tornado turned her life and many of her belongings upside down, Shasta Westaby is set to start over this week.
Saturday may have been the last chance to say goodbye to live music at what many consider to be Eau Claire’s most iconic venue, but local musician Paul Buxton is
Eau Claire Express manager Dale Varsho has said it multiple times throughout the summer. Drew Gillespie has some of the best stuff on the team. When he puts it all together,
Before Kris and Tarese Dubiel could take their twin daughters, Alexis and Alison, home from the hospital, the couple had to go through extensive CPR training.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources approved the manure management permits to clear the way for a nearly 5,000-animal expansion at Cranberry Creek Dairy in the Dunn
Eau Claire City Council members are scheduled to decide Tuesday whether a proposed Mills Fleet Farm store will be built just south of the Highway 93/Interstate 94
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Sheila Yohnk said she is looking forward to making a difference by prosecuting child and domestic abuse cases.
Shortly after he and his family moved to Eau Claire in 2007, Eric Anderson began introducing people, one by one, to a game that involves strategically tossing wooden dowels
Jennie Geurts is counting the minutes today until she gets to meet her favorite country artist — Luke Bryan.
Matt Tolan didn’t think about where he stood on the leaderboard as he played the front nine at 3-under. When he birdied the 16th hole, he started feeling pretty good.
MENOMONIE — A silo mural at a Menomonie farm remembers the past but also looks toward a bright future.
When Rob Reid started joining his wife for walks a handful of years ago, he had no idea the hobby would grow into a passion for trail hiking.
A Chippewa Falls program that provides housing for homeless veterans appears likely to continue, but two others in the state are ending later this year due to federal funding
CHIPPEWA FALLS — A 2-year-old girl in Cadott has suffered several injuries in recent months, from bruising on her cheek to bite marks on her elbow, hip, forearm and leg.
ALTOONA — As construction at Altoona’s River Prairie development forged ahead Thursday afternoon, a group of sun-drenched artists stood in a loose line on the