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.
Officials said they hope it can help entice students to stay in Wisconsin after graduation, while helping businesses get the most out of their interns.
The generosity of the community helped rebuild the playground that was vandalized at Hope Gospel Mission’s Women and Children Center.
New dog owners may be excited to bring a new puppy into their lives, but what about an often overlooked older dog?
Quincy Media TV stations covering Wisconsin raised more than $40,000 in partnership with Farm Aid during an all-day telethon Friday, Sept. 20.
Oktoberfest also gives back some of its proceeds to Lions Clubs in the area, which provide volunteer work to communities.
To help with her family’s medical bills, a local motorcycle group called Sons of Peter organized a silent auction, fundraising dinner and bike ride in RaiLynn’s honor.
Julia Diggins works with the UW-Eau Claire Foundation. Her ‘pro’ partner was Jeffrey Peterson.
The program teaches kindergarten classes in both English and Spanish. The program was introduced last spring and started on the first day of class earlier this month.
Cirque Italia is the very first United States traveling water circus and all of the acts tied to Italy.
Every year, Schultz’s Country Barn creates a corn maze in the fall for people to enjoy, they said this will be their last maze, and they wanted to make it impactful.
Latino students at UW-Eau Claire are celebrating their culture for National Hispanic Heritage Month.