Heather Mawhiney

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Thu. Nov. 12th, 2009

Sew What?

Heather Mawhiney, photos by Andrea Paulseth

local costume designers give insight to their craft

Thu. Sep. 3rd, 2009

Ambling Down to Madison

Heather Mawhiney

Amble Down Records will be featuring some of its best at Madison’s Forward Music Festival.

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2009

Copps Closes, Another Gordy's to Appear

Heather Mawhiney

Gordy’s County Market, a family-owned and operated grocery store chain in the Chippewa Valley since 1966, has purchased Copps grocery store.

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2009

Hmoobfest

Heather Mawhiney

an interactive and intercultural experience

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2009

Outback is Out

Heather Mawhiney

Australian-themed restaurant chain Outback Steakhouse closed its doors to the meat-loving patrons of Eau Claire for the final time on Aug. 9.

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2009

Living Room Fundraiser Could Send Band on Tour

Heather Mawhiney

The Living Room, in support of the ministry of the Christian inspirational band, 513FREE, has developed a fundraiser to help the band go on a tour.

Thu. Aug. 6th, 2009

Public Enemies Invades CTV

Heather Mawhiney

Weekly CTV program, John’s Movie Corner, hosted by John David Bruha, will air Public Enemy #1: The Making of a Gangster Movie in Wisconsin ...

Thu. Aug. 6th, 2009

Chippewa Valley Book Fest Announces Lineup

Heather Mawhiney

Celebrating 10 years of the written word, the Chippewa Valley Book Festival will host 17 free community events from October 22 through October 25.

Thu. Jul. 23rd, 2009

Seeing the Signs

Heather Mawhiney, photos by Andrea Paulseth

clothing boutique shows downtown a sign of what’s to come

Thu. Jun. 11th, 2009

The Beer Here

Heather Mawhiney, photos by Hanna Agar

Gordy’s Valley Spirits stages first ever beer festival

Thu. May. 28th, 2009

Nothin’ to Wine About

Heather Mawhiney, photos by Andrea Paulseth

River Bend Vineyard & Winery open in Chippewa

The Daily Shakedown

Fri. May. 15th, 2009

Sandwich Shop

Heather Mawhiney

Make sandwiches for customers as quickly as possible … or deal with their crabbiness.