Tom Giffey, design by Taylor McCumber
Figures for the racial and ethnic background of Chippewa Valley residents are relatively easy to track down, courtesy of the U.S. Census Bureau. They show a region that is growing more diverse, but ...
Councilman Michael Xiong gives back to the city that welcomed him 34 years ago
Lauren Fisher, video by Joel Pearish
Eight daughters aged 6-27, a grandson, and a loving wife are the reason why Michael Xiong, who has served on the Eau Claire City Council as an at-large representative since 2013, will not pursue a third term of service come April.
Nealy Corcoran, photos by Andrea Paulseth
After more than a year of effort, UW-Eau Claire opened a Black Cultural Center in November inside Centennial Hall.
Eric Christenson, photos by Andrea Paulseth
UW-Eau Claire is one of the most LGBTQ-friendly campuses in the country. You might’ve seen the headlines. Campus Pride, a national nonprofit, gave the university ...
CVTC works to ensure its student body reflects the region’s population
Tom Giffey, photos by Mark Gunderman
Institutions of higher learning such as Chippewa Valley Technical College exist to serve the workforce needs of their communities. If the Chippewa Valley needs more certified nursing assistants, CVTC will train them. The same goes for ...
Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth
It was only three months ago that federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents from Illinois moved into Wisconsin, arresting 83 people in 14 counties between Sept. 21-24 – just four days.
Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth
Forty years ago, Hmong immigrants fleeing their Southeast Asian homeland found a new home in the Chippewa Valley. Now, the Eau Claire Area Hmong Mutual Assistance Association needs a new home as well.