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.
Eau Claire (WQOW) – You’ll usually find News 18’s Student of the Month for March behind the camera. Eau Claire North High School senior, Darton
Chippewa Falls Director of Parks, Recreation and Forestry Dick Hebert said temperatures below 50 are too cold for the creatures in the small mammals building, but the tigers and bears have been having a ball.
Connie LeCleir-Meyer has been a member of the Lions Club for nearly 20 years and has been the first woman to hold a number of positions in the organization.
Differing abilities didn’t stop dozens of kids from having plenty of fun at Action City on Sunday.
Some local first graders are creating forecasts of their own all in Spanish.
The woman who was the first to help Jayme Closs after she escaped her alleged abductor earlier this year was honored in Madison on Thursday.
A new interactive display is helping residents at The Classic take a trip down memory lane.
A local farm is making some changes, thanks to the muddy mess from all of the melting snow.
A Barron man decided to make the most of all the snow and now water we have by floating in his….backyard.
Some area cooks emptied their spice racks into kettles for a good cause on Wednesday.