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Styling Something More

Visitors to downtown’s Saylon Seven might notice something different on April 7. The salon is hosting their second quarterly art show. Owner of the salon, Sabrina Spiegel-Kohrs, said her husband, Keith Kohrs, is the one behind the idea. ...

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The Entertainers

While many have forgotten old-time piano music, local filmmakers Nick Holle and Michael Zimmer (Illegal Use of Joe Zopp) keep the spirit of ragtime alive in their new documentary, The Entertainers. The comedic documentary goes deep within ...

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The Muffin Lady

Students at UW-Stout may not recognize the name Yvonne Cox, but many know who “The Muffin Lady” is. Every Monday during the school year, Cox can be found on the UW-Stout campus handing out a multitude of muffins. “We do it so that we have ..."

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Cayla Kluver: Building the Kingdom

As a 14 year-old, Cayla Kluver began a journey. Along with her on this journey were Princess Alera, Narian, Steldor, and London – characters of her novel Legacy. Now, at 19, Kluver is anxiously awaiting Feb. 28, the day Legacy’s sequel and second ...

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Local Woman Makes Chicken Soup (For The Soul)

The newest volume of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” will feature a story written by a local woman. Eau Claire’s Lonnie Frock wrote a story entitled A Kiss Goodbye. Her story will be published in the upcoming Chicken Soup for the Soul ...

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Could Kidsy Storage Units Be The Next Big Thing?

A local businesswoman is raising money to fund a new business venture: kid-friendly stackable storage bins. Jill Chumas-King of Eau Claire has started a page on kickstarter.com to raise the $150,000 she needs to market her bins. Not an easy feat ...

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