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Walker: 'I didn't say I want a Canadian wall'; UW Center wins $20 million NSF grant; officials get push-back on Bucks' Arena taxing plans; more Wisconsin news
Stillwater lift bridge conversion may mean 'incidental take' of a rare species
Chancellors seek faculty support amid budget cuts; Survey says 14 percent of Wisconsin high school students have carried weapons; 12 more state news stories
Two injured in Osceola area rollover
Two injured in Osceola area rollover
crime and courts
New Richmond, River Falls boys soccer teams battle to 2-2 draw
Somerset's Bryan Witzmann cut by Houston Texans
New Richmond, Somerset football teams suffer one-sided losses; Central earns win
New Richmond football sharp in winning 2015 season opener
Somerset football learns from opening loss to Bloomer
St. Croix Central School District welcomes new staff
New St. Croix Valley Pollinator Partnership established
SCC School Board sets date for special meeting next month
NRHS ranked by national magazine
School board discusses budget, substitute pay increase and safety plans
46th annual Ox Cart Days
2015 Corn Fest
Invisible Fence donates pet oxygen masks to New Richmond EMS
O’Connell honored by Roberts Alumni Association
Westfields Hospital and Clinic announces $7.5 million campus improvement project
arts and entertainment
New Richmond Cemetery Association - Annual Meeting Notice
Somerset School District Notice for Annual District Meeting - Sept. 14
15PR13 In the matter of the estate of Darlyne Ruth Bauer
NOTICE OF THE BOARD OF REVIEW FOR THE TOWN OF RICHMOND
15PR75 In the matter of the estate of Philip Kenneth Anderson
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Rollin Jones, 79
John Michael Coughlin, 61
Letters to the Editor: August 27, 2015
Making the case for community
Letters to the Editor
A lot has changed since the last time we spoke
Taking a step back, then forward
May 1, 2009
Eau Claire furnace repairman accused of poking holes to see showering woman
A furnace repairman in Eau Claire is accused of poking holes in a wall, to try and see a woman taking a shower in an adjacent bathroom. A furnace repairman is accused of poking holes in a wall to try and see a woman taking a shower in an adjacent bathroom. Dominic Swoboda, 35,...
May 1, 2009 - 8:41am
March 30, 2009
Two from Eau Claire die Sunday in Colorado traffic crash
Two people from Eau Claire were killed in Colorado early Sunday in a crash that reportedly happened during a chase with state troopers. The State Patrol identified the victims as Jonathan Holum, 29, and Cora Weil, 23. Authorities said a pick-up truck driven by Holum was weaving...
March 30, 2009 - 9:00am
Tigers recommit, ring up nine goals on Menomonie
It would have been easy for the New Richmond girls hockey team to fold after crushing losses to River Falls and Eau Claire. Instead, the Tigers recommitted to their team philosophy and played some of their best hockey of the season last week. Last Thursday the Tigers had the biggest...
January 30, 2009 - 12:00am
October 15, 2008
High school prank gets Eau Claire senior 2.5 years probation
They planned to pull off what they were calling "a huge senior prank." Now, one of three seniors at Eau Claire North High School will spend two and one-half years on probation. Justin Anderson pleaded no contest in court Tuesday. He and two others were accused of spray-painting...
October 15, 2008 - 9:00am
October 10, 2008
Eau Claire man takes humiliation over jail
An Eau Claire man, who was given the choice of 20 days in jail, or public humiliation for a day, chose to be humiliated. Shane McQuillan, 22, pleaded guilty in August to a criminal damage charge. Circuit Judge Paul Lenz told McQuillan he could do the time, or wear a sign saying...
October 10, 2008 - 12:00am
August 26, 2008
Rural Eau Claire man dies from hornet sting
A rural Eau Claire man has died from an allergic reaction after being stung by a hornet. Tom Ertz, 51, was pounding nails on the porch of his home when he was stung on Saturday. His wife Kathy said he got short of breath and fell to his knees. She ran to get a kit to keep his allergy...
August 26, 2008 - 12:00am
August 25, 2008
Obama rallies 300 in Eau Claire
Barack Obama's running mate was not with him in Eau Claire Sunday. But about 300 people gave Joe Biden's name loud applause when it was mentioned. Obama appeared at the Eau Claire Rod and Gun Park, as he heads toward the Democratic National Convention to accept his party's presidential...
August 25, 2008 - 12:00am
August 22, 2008
Obama stop in Eau Claire planned Sunday
The presidential campaign comes to Eau Claire this weekend. Democratic candidate Barack Obama will make the stop Sunday on what is being called his battleground state tour on the way to his party's national convention. Obama will travel to Eau Claire from Springfield, Ill., where...
August 22, 2008 - 9:00am
August 11, 2008
Fire damages Eau Claire hotel
About 30 guests of the Comfort Inn on Clairemont Avenue in Eau Claire were evacuated after a fire Sunday night. Authorities are not sure what started the blaze at the Quality Inn. They said it was contained in the lobby area, but smoke moved down the halls to the guest rooms. While...
August 11, 2008 - 12:00am