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.
Students in the Eau Claire Area School District will start the school year without any lunch debt thanks to the generosity of our community.
All the wining and dining was catered by downtown restaurants and breweries.
The third annual fitness expo returns to Eau Claire next month and this year it is raising funds to help veterans.
A bridge in Eau Claire is being recognized for its innovative use of space and how nice it is to look at.
We asked and you delivered! Take a look at the hundreds of photo submissions we received on World Photography Day.
Tuesday, children ages six to 18 auditioned at Infinity Dance Center in Eau Claire, and the audition director from Ukraine, Mariia Yevdokymova said everyone made the cut.
Dancing with the Eau Claire Stars is back for an 11th year and once again one of Eau Claire’s Own is competing in the big event.
After raising over $10,000 in just a few short months, the Boyd Park Plus project is working with a design firm to conceptualize the park’s new look.
Members and their grandchildren painted bowls together for Feed My People’s upcoming Empty Bowls fundraiser in March.
The City of Eau Claire is putting its money where its mouth is when it comes to developing affordable housing.