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.
A Chippewa Valley show choir in its second season, is giving local kids with special needs the opportunity to sing and dance and even make some friends.
An Eau Claire 16-year-old with a passion for volunteering is hosting a thrift sale to help children in the hospital.
Just like that another Northern Wisconsin State Fair is in the books and fair management is already getting ready for next year.
A familiar face is stepping into a new role, as the chief for the UW-Eau Claire Police Department.
The men and women are a part of a security force brigade overseas, providing advisers to the Afghan Army, an important part in eventually getting the United States Military out of Afghanistan.
Runners of all ages made their way through the streets of downtown Eau Claire to raise money for the L.E. Phillips Senior Center, a place where older generations have a chance to learn something new and get active.
Travelling can often be stressful, but for people with autism or other intellectual disabilities flying can also cause panic.
The Northern Wisconsin State Fair is getting some national attention this year. Food Network is joining the fun at the fair and featuring a local vendor who is creating a fancy funnel cake.
All proceeds from the sale go toward providing care necessities for animals at the shelter.
Animals and great food are not the only things getting recognition this year. The fair is also showcasing the creativity of local kids.