Three students from University of Wisconsin-Stout are helping the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley take its services to the next level and serve more children in the Menomonie area.
A former Bloomer resident who was released from prison last year after serving a sentence for break-ins and sexual assault of a child has now been arrested on a possible charge of substantial battery.
First Congregational United Church of Christ in Menomonie will hold the 59th annual Tour of Homes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.
The Menomonie Optimist Club continues to honor outstanding Dunn County youth by naming Abbygail Schlough, a senior at Boyceville High School, as a November Youth of the Month.
A 33-year-old Menomonie man has been accused of injuring himself and the driver of another vehicle after a drunk driving crash Nov. 17 in La Crosse.
Anna Linberg was recently named as the Green Bay Packers Fan of the Year. The 22-year-old college senior currently attends the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She’s a recent transfer from San Diego where she grew up.
The state Department of Natural Resources reported Tuesday that the opening weekend’s deer kill for the 2022 gun deer season topped the 2021 opening weekend deer kill.
UW-Madison student and San Diego native Anna Linberg is the Green Bay Packers nominee for the 2022 NFL Fan of the Year. As Green Bay Packers Fan of the Year she will get two tickets to the Super Bowl along with free airfare and hotel rooms. She‘ll also get to go to the NFL Honors annual awar…
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The Bloomer girls basketball team carried a 20-15 lead into halftime before Colfax took the lead for good in a 46-36 win over the Blackhawks on Tuesday evening in Bloomer.
Photos from Tuesday's prep girls basketball game between Bloomer and Colfax in Bloomer.
Helping Kids Around the Chippewa Valley Inc. is on a mission to make sure that local kids don’t go without provisions this Christmas. The organization provides blankets, games, warm weather kids clothing and meals to local families in need.
With their latest received grant, Tiny Housing Alternatives has now topped $2 million in pledges, donations and grants, as the organization is nearing its $2.7 million goal.
Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.
Andrew Thayer wants people like him to know that returning to college or starting their higher education journey later in life is worth it.
MENOMONIE — An estimated five billion people will tune in to watch a portion of the 2022 men’s FIFA World Cup from Sunday, Nov. 20, to Sunday, Dec. 18. The worldwide event, with soccer teams and fans from across the globe, will be held in Qatar, with an opening match between Qatar and Ecuado…
Fresh snowfall this week, combined with robust deer numbers in the region, should lead to a good deer hunting season across western Wisconsin, said Kris Johansen, Department of Natural Resources wildlife supervisor.
As Bob Dylan so profoundly sang, “For the times they are a-changin’.”
Subsequent to a failed affirmative action complaint filed July 28, UW-Eau Claire Student Support Services employee Rochelle Hoffman has filed a discrimination complaint under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Law against the UW System Board of Regents, Madison-based law firm Fox & Fox announ…
The Menomonie Public Library announced that it received a $6,000 grant for Supporting Early Literacy and Reluctant Readers by Leveraging Technology in the Collection from The Community Foundation of Dunn County.
The Menomonie Public Library received a $1,000 gift to be used to get the word out to the community about all the library has to offer.
A display that honors active military from Chippewa County has been placed in Irvine Park, as part of the Christmas Village exhibits.
MENOMONIE — The natural environment of west-central Wisconsin helped inspire an award-winning piece of 3D art created by a University of Wisconsin-Stout game design professor.
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Two years ago the Chippewa Falls/Menomonie girls hockey team discovered a winning formula that carried the program all the way to a state championship.