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Local “maker at heart” bridges Eau Claire business and art communities

December 10, 2018

Filed under Inside Eau Claire, Profiles

By Alison Mundth A 20-something college graduate working at a 10-by-10 bead kiosk in Oakwood Mall probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when we hear the word “entrepreneur.” But for one successful Eau Clai...

Eau Claire resident shares journey to becoming a principal

December 10, 2018

Filed under Inside Eau Claire, Profiles

By Jacob Benoy Lockers slam. It is the middle of the school day at Northstar Middle School. For some, lunch is over and it is time to head back to class. For others, they are eagerly waiting to take a break from classe...

Eau Claire business owner advocates for skateboarding

December 10, 2018

Filed under Inside Eau Claire, Profiles

By Christopher Anema Painted leaves cover the ceiling. Knickknacks line the shelves. Clothes hang from a few racks. Skateboards cover the back wall. People filter in and out carrying their own battered and scuffed skateboa...

Keena Lindberg aspires to become family business owner after her father

December 10, 2018

Filed under Inside Eau Claire, Profiles

By Lydia Ishmael Moving up in the family business, Keena Lindberg, takes a huge part in running the Eau Claire Ford Lincoln dealership. Twelve years ago, Rick Mohr, Keena Lindberg’s father, purchased the Ford Lincoln deale...

UW-Eau Claire class brings museum exhibit to Selma, Alabama

Kailin Schumacher

July 31, 2018

Filed under Civil Conversations, Diversity, Immersion Reporting, Inside Eau Claire, UW-Eau Claire

During the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's 10th annual Civil Rights Pilgrimage trip, Jan Larson and students in her Immersion Journalism class shared their work with the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama. Their...

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