Chippewa County deputies are serving as the wait staff today at a local restaurant, all for a good cause. "Jason's Presents" is an annual event that raises money to
Chippewa County deputies are serving as the wait staff today at a local restaurant, all for a good cause. “Jason’s Presents” is an annual event that raises money to help law enforcement officers take underprivileged kids Christmas shopping.
As we all mourn here in the Chippewa Valley, groups across the United States are planning to come together Saturday to honor Troop 3055.
The event gives gifts to Chippewa Valley kids thanks to the generosity of people like you, and now is the time to sign up.
Several Chippewa Valley businesses are showing support and offering comfort to the families affected by the tragedy in Chippewa County last weekend, and that list keeps going growing.
Thursday, Morrie’s Mazda held a fundraiser for Eau Claire teen Zach Caterer, who was severely injured in a water accident.
Changes are coming to those of you who receive WQOW and other local television stations using an antenna.
“We saw last year and early this year we saw some articles that they they were struggling to get some fundraising done so we just wanted to give them a hand,” said Bus Brothers co-owner Brandon Felce.
A warm, sunny day brought dozens of people out to the winery to enjoy a petting zoo, face painting, a corn maze, food trucks and beverages. Visitors were encouraged to donate to suicide prevention.
Twenty-six years after their last day on the job together, former Uniroyal employees are getting together to reminisce.
This weekend is the annual Sturgeon Fest in Jim Falls, and after 58 years, the Lions Club made a move to help those who can’t, by creating a wheelchair accessible ramp and deck.
A thunderstorm on Saturday morning didn’t stop runners from hitting the roads for Special Olympics Wisconsin. After a 15 minute delay, the storm cleared and the sun peaked through the clouds just after 9:00 a.m., in time for the 2018 Buckshot Run races to begin.
“Personally I am impacted by the disease, my mom was an Eau Claire native and she passed away from ovarian cancer about nine years ago,” Lechner said.
The sky seemed to be falling at a Chippewa Falls church. It turns out, the ceiling revealed a religious symbol, from a different faith.
One Eau Claire radio personality became man’s best friend Thursday by locking himself in a crate like a dog.