Heat is the hot word of the day, but it’s also the reason a Minnesota family gives for winning at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair.
Some of the local soldiers being deployed to Afghanistan got a big sendoff Thursday.
An educational event that took kids in our area back in time now has a new future after organizers feared it was gone for good.
Those taking in the tunes at Country Jam can also help the hungry in our community.
Veterans and seniors from HeatherWood Assisted Living and Memory Care in Eau Claire, went along for a unique plane ride Friday.
Grab your favorite flannel shirt and find the nearest tree that needs to be chopped, because June 28 is National Paul Bunyan Day.
The Fourth of July is right around the corner and some communities are getting the party started with fireworks displays this weekend.
“Eat, Live, Move” is a project that the Eau Claire Children’s Museum has partnered with Mayo Clinic Health System on and Thursday they opened the first of three steps with a “Let’s Get Cooking Lab.”
Fostering brain development while playing outside is the idea behind a revamped trail in Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls.
Instead of asking what Rick Wayne has been involved in, the better question is what hasn’t he helped organize, create or build in Durand?
Altoona has been named a pit stop for the ‘Great Race Across the Midwest’, and it is only a month away.
Construction is now underway to add a third track to the Carson Park train ride.
An exciting new race car exhibit is opening Tuesday, June 25 at the Chippewa Valley Museum in Eau Claire.
Over the weekend, the Galaudet Art Gallery offered tours around a Victorian mansion built in 1902.