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The work of UW-Eau Claire student journalists.

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UW-Eau Claire's student newspaper.

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Professor brings awareness to deaf culture in Eau Claire

By Annemarie Payson In this silent classroom, bodily movement does the talking and the words couldn’t be any more clear. This is the everyday classroom lesson plan for Nicole Jones. No spoken words are ever exchanged between student and teacher. “It really is the best way to learn American Sign Language,” Jones said. Jones is

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Living with cerebral palsy

By Kelsey Smith Karley Rae McMahon who is now 25-years-old, was born nine weeks early. McMahon was hospitalized with several medical complications for the first two months of her life. “It was touch and go for a while, but it all worked out in the end,” Karley’s mother Pam McMahon said. McMahon is diagnosed with

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Local author finds human connection through his writing

By Evan Hong The summer sun rose over the small town of Hayward, Wisconsin, giving light to a new day. Hardly anyone walked the streets at 6:30 a.m., as most people sought the maximum amount of sleep before their early morning shifts. But there sat Dalton Hessel, all alone in the local coffee shop with

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Local pet store has been in Eau Claire for 43 years

By Casey Ryan The owner of “Tropic Waters Pet Center” greets his customers while his golden retriever Torque, is watching his every move. Torque walks down the aisles of the store, checking on all of the animals. Jim Reiman has been in Eau Claire for 40 years managing and now owning the store. This is

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Eau Claire fitness instructor becomes studio owner

By Jenna Ambrosius One woman went from running around taking care of children to running around in a fitness studio. After taking Zumba classes at a local gym, Emily Balow, owner of Dragonfly Dance and Wellness, decided to become a certified Zumba instructor and began leading classes once a week at the studio under its

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Human Services director leads with 30 years of experience

By Clara Neupert In the wake of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting that was recorded as the largest mass shooting in modern American history, Diane Cable said she noticed a change in herself and her coworkers during their weekly meeting. Determined to start the healing process, Cable encouraged people to pair up, leave the

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Eau Claire artist attempts to the city’s viewing of art

By Kiersten Clifford   Basements, garages and abandoned trucking company complexes. When you think of these spaces you don’t necessarily think art gallery. But, one Eau Claire resident is trying to change the way you think. “We just want to change the way that people in the community are viewing contemporary Art,” Kelsey Wenburg said. Wenberg

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