Babbette’s Seeds of Hope is opening a little later than previous years due to the cool, wet spring.
In 1971 Monicken received the Purple Heart and Good Conduct Medals unceremoniously in the mail after returning home from the Vietnam War. No formal presentation, no certification. Until now.
Thursday, the FCC approved $163 million for rural broadband aid to Wisconsin communities over the next 10 years.
Family and friends cheered on players with special needs Wednesday evening at the final games of the season at Miracle League Baseball Field in Eau Claire’s Jeffers Park.
It’s deadline day for a group who set an ambitious goal to help the Chippewa Valley homeless.
Hope Gospel Mission is taking the phrase “money in the bank” to an all new level in an effort to help mothers and children experiencing homelessness in the Chippewa Valley.
It is time to dust off that old record player because Monday is National Vinyl Record Day!
Art exists in many forms – a painting, picture and even pottery. A lot of work goes into their creations, but what about art you can eat?
A sports club has taken over Wilson Park in Eau Claire with a unique yard game from France.
The third annual Downtown Block Party was a chance for families to play and educate themselves on different topics.
Dozens of floats rolled down Bridge Street, including an appearance by some of the news and weather personnel at News 18.
He has been promoting fire safety for 75 years and Friday is his birthday.
People don’t really feel nice and good here, so I though just making them feel a little more happy would just be nice,” said Piper Munion.