A bus driver who said she was just showing basic human kindness by comforting a boy scared on the first day of school was honored in a big way on
A bus driver who said she was just showing basic human kindness by comforting a boy scared on the first day of school was honored in a big way on national television on Monday.
Pathways with movement directions help students hop and wiggle out extra energy.
Move over Snoopy and Spiderman, some Eau Claire high school students will be marching to steal the show at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Feed My People is now able to serve a larger number of people in the Chippewa Valley thanks to their new warehouse expansion.
Earlier this month, Eau Claire Memorial Junior Charlie Thompson qualified to compete at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics in curling.
When kids need to be at the police department, it can be a scary experience for them. That is why police in Chippewa Falls are hoping to raise money to rejuvenate the “family room” within the police department.
A stained glass mural is in the middle of being constructed, and while most students are putting it together during the day, any parent, teacher, or alumni can add to it.
The U.S. Government Publishing Office selected McIntyre Library for its efforts to encourage students and the community to use government resources, such as historical photos or documents.
For one young entrepreneur, baking isn’t just a hobby, it is her business and it might surprise you to know these sweet treats might actually be good for you.
Two hairstylists teamed up with the Chippewa Valley LGBT Community Center to offer free hair and makeup lessons to transgender and non-binary individuals on Sunday.
Classic Protective Coatings in Menomonie is in the running for “Tank of the Year.”
Regis High School students decided to make the streets around their school a little spookier Thursday afternoon by surprising their neighbors with decorated pumpkins.
Feed My People Food Bank will be able to continue its mission thanks in part to the generosity of the community.