An Eau Claire woman is celebrating the anniversary of a library, open 24-hours-a-day, and where you don’t need a card to check out a book.
They said the mother duck was hit and the ducklings were lost and about to go into traffic when officers arrived and collected all 13 of them.
Women got the chance to relax and network at the 16th annual Women’s Business Conference at UW-Eau Claire on Thursday.
Many of us have that pair of shoes in the back of the closet that hasn’t seen the sun in a while. Well, staff at McIntyre Library want them for their Soles4Souls drive.
Thousands of people across the Chippewa Valley are celebrating Easter with friends and family at church, others are stuck recovering in hospitals.
On Easter weekend, we can’t forget about that popular tradition involving eggs. An annual Easter egg hunt brought hundreds of families out to Carson Park Saturday morning.
Staff with Literacy Volunteers of the Chippewa Valley said one in ten people struggle to read above a 9th grade level.
Hmong students at DeLong Middle School shared a piece of their culture with their classmates Thursday, through song and dance.
Preparations are underway for Hope Gospel Mission’s annual Easter dinner.
If you want to volunteer, but you’re not sure where to start, the United Way is making it easier for you.
With spring finally starting to appear and the fishing opener right around the corner, some local middle schoolers are getting their hands messy preparing to sell this year’s science project to you.
Area kids flocked to Chippewa Valley Technical College to sing and dance with some barnyard puppets.
The fire at Notre Dame in Paris is finally out after some nine hours. So, we wanted to see your pictures of visits you have had there.