A Chippewa Falls native, and war hero, is being immortalized in a display of Wisconsin military history.
Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse, released the following statement after voting on Thursday to cite Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress:
The Menomonie High School has announced its 2021 Homecoming Court members ahead of this week’s Homecoming activities.
Menomonie High School Student Council is proud to announce Homecoming 2021 will take place September 27th through October 2nd and the theme is Find Your Rhythm.
The Rassbach Heritage Museum will host ‘Wisconsin Remembers: A Face for Every Name,” a traveling exhibit created by the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Wisconsin Public Radio, and Wisconsin Public Television, opening September 4. The exhibit features a photo for each of the 1,161 Wisconsinites of…
145 Years July 22, 1876
RiverFest is off to a good start with the recent River Clean-up, which is the purpose behind the RiverFest celebration, to build awareness of the St. Croix River and the need to preserve its health and beauty.
You won’t want to miss out on all the great things happening in Downtown Menomonie July 22-24!
On Monday, July 19 from 8-10:00 a.m. community members are invited to join officers from the Menomonie Police Department at Donut Sam’s, located at 521 2nd St E in Menomonie, to discuss community issues and build relationships over coffee and donuts.
HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals are excited to receive $15 million in state funding as part of Governor Tony Evers’ biannual state budget, announced Thursday, July 8. The funding will allow our hospitals to expand capacity by adding 22 new psychiatric beds.
MENOMONIE — Cindy Pawlcyn has grit. When she was young, she was told she was too small to be a chef, and she was rejected by a culinary institute because, she was told, it had a female quota.
MENOMONIE — Students in Maple Grove, Minn., recently learned the art of cuttlefish bone mold metal casting and about STEM opportunities, particularly for women, as part of a project by three University of Wisconsin-Stout educators.
ST. PAUL — The Otto Bremer Trust has awarded $12,125,516 in grants as part of its most recent grantmaking cycle.
The second of three auctions for equipment and infrastructure being sold by the Dunn County Solid Waste and Recycling Division will run through July 13.
The Healthy Environment Action Team invites community members to join them Wednesday, July 21, for a free showing of the award-winning documentary "Kiss the Ground."
ELLSWORTH, Wis. — Tickets for the Pierce County Fair will be available beginning Monday, July 12. Be one of the first on your block to purchase your season gate pass and advance sale ride tickets!
MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Mary Kolar announced July 1 that applications are now being accepted for grants available to Wisconsin organizations that serve Veterans and their families. Applications for the WDVA Non-Profit Grant will be accepted through 4 p.m.…
EAU CLAIRE — Encompass Health Corp., the largest owner and operator of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals in the country, and Hospital Sisters Health System are pleased to announce a joint venture agreement to operate a future 36-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital within HSHS Sacred Heart…
Chippewa Valley Museum has published three self-guided bike tours and an online downtown historical walking tour. These tours, plus the museum’s Searching for Summer Scavenger Hunt going on now through July 11, are free for participants and provide family-friendly opportunities to explore th…
Summer is a great time to set health goals to prevent chronic diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure. The Chippewa Valley Summer Activity Passport is here to support you in this by providing you with ideas on where to find exciting opportunities in Eau Claire, Chippewa and Dunn count…