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Janice Lemminger, center, board chair of the Chippewa Falls Area Chamber of Commerce and executive vice president of Manpower, talks about how collaboration among businesses and educators can help with attracting and retaining the local workforce.

Chippewa Valley businesses seeking skilled workers

By Brian Sheridan Attraction and retention. It’s the new goal of businesses in the Chippewa Valley and around the country as the hunt for employees, both new and skilled, continues. Unemployment rates are the lowest they have been in nearly a decade at 4.7 percent in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While

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Eau Claire launched its kickoff event for Bike Week on Tuesday morning outside of The Local Store for bikers and biking organizations to meet and talk about events and Wisconsin biking.

Eau Claire celebrates Bike Week

By Brian Sheridan Wisconsin kicks off and rides into Bike Week in Eau Claire from June 2-12 for a week of trail riding, cycling education and entertainment. Eau Claire started its kickoff event Tuesday outside The Local Store where Volume One, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), the Wisconsin Bike Federation, Eau Claire bikers

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The weather was great, customers were happy, and the venders were plenty as the start of the farmer’s market kicked off Saturday. © 2016 Cruzin Perkins

Eau Claire Hmong community gives life to farmers market

By Brian Sheridan Farming has long been a part of the Eau Claire community. For over 20 years now farmers have been bringing produce to the downtown farmers market to share their bounty of the season. Over time, the downtown farmers market’s popularity  outgrew its old location on Galloway Street and moved to Phoenix Park. The

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Eau Claire Mexican community rejects Trump’s wall

By Mackenzie Amundsen As Donald Trump claims his spot as the Republican nominee in the presidential race, his recent campaign stop in Eau Claire takes on new significance. More than 1,600 people attended his rally at Memorial High School. The crowd chanted in support of his plans to build a wall and stop the flow

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UW-Eau Claire football player signs NFL contract

By Mackenzie Amundsen From the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, to Carson Park in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, to the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, football has played an integral part in Isiah Cage’s life.  The Uni versity of Wisconsin-Eau Claire senior made Blugold history on Saturday night after getting the phone call so many athletes

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