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.
Peace Church in Eau Claire is making sure all elementary students get back into the classroom with a full stomach, a fresh haircut, clean clothes and new supplies.
A raffle is also going on at the coffee house where a one dollar ticket gets you an entry to win one of the original artworks.
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.
According to the DNR, the Rusk County bear cubs were likely born mid-winter at around 10-16 ounces each, but after a couple of months feeding in the den, they’re ready to get out into the world.
Wisconsin has the third largest Hmong community in the U.S., and now UW-Eau Claire is hosting a one-of-a-kind camp to increase knowledge of the Hmong language and culture for local students.
This week, local middle and high school students are learning more about the new technology they use everyday.
While summer camps are still going strong, soon students will be headed back to school, and a senior living facility wants to make sure students have the supplies they need.