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.
Chippewa Falls is celebrating a big milestone this weekend. The city is turning 150 years old and it’s throwing a party!
Workers are still remodeling Hope Gospel Mission’s new Renewal Center for Women and Children. Now, with the help of a grant from the Noon Rotary Club, it’s able to add a special place for kids.
Wednesday morning, Downtown Eau Claire Inc. awarded a $2,000 grant to Pablo Properties to add a mural to the side of the Fire House building.
If your weekends consist of bike rides with a view, maybe try switching them out for a bike ride with a brew.
News 18 has compiled a list of events taking place in different communities around the area.
There is a good reason to treat your sweet tooth and help our youngest citizens get ready to go back to school.
The “Love Eau Claire” event is being held from 5 – 7 p.m. in Phoenix Park on Monday, August 5.
It was the perfect weekend for a lemonade stand and one, little, Eau Claire resident decided to make the most of his.
If you’d like to donate supplies to the Karma Project you can drop them off at the Latitude 44 studio from now through the 25th.
As much as Chrissy and Devyn Nelson are thankful for their biker family, the faith riders feel just as lucky to have the Nelsons in theirs, saying that Devyn has made a major impact on the lives they lead.