affordable living in a quiet corner of Altoona not far from shopping & recreation
Nestled into a quiet part of Altoona, the new Prairie View Ridge neighborhood will provide mixed-use amenities and proximity to shopping and recreation at an affordable price for all kinds of buyers with opportunities for renters as well.
recreational opportunities abound in this neighborhood along Altoona's Otter Creek
Young professionals, families, and empty-nesters in search of a place to call their own can look no further: Hillcrest II in Altoona is the development they’re looking for. C&M Home Builders has affordable options for everyone.
blending country-style relaxation with the amenities of the city
Those looking for higher-end, single-family housing in an up-and-coming part of town may want to look toward Trilogy, the beautifully crafted new neighborhood developed by the trusted and experienced C&M Home Builders.
For more than 30 years, Tokyo Restaurant has brought international cuisine – and understanding – to the Chippewa Valley
Tokyo Restaurant has been located in a modest strip mall on London Road since first opening in 1989. Still, you could say the history of the restaurant truly began in 1969. That’s when the restaurant’s founder, Yoshi Tsuanko, left Japan and came to the U.S.
Sometimes, we forget to look up. And other times, when we remember, we look up too far and get lost in the clouds. The sky holds other features worthy of our attention, higher than the horizon, lower than the stratosphere. Trees.
Ambitious local effort to help the chronically homeless finds some success
A 100 day effort dubbed the Eau Claire Sprint - began in April and ended July 31. The approach focused on identifying which homeless residents are most in need of housing, how to work more effectively with landlords ...
From safety to social dynamics to clothing and equipment – women in biking have it different
Here’s a list of things that Jenn Bast, who has been biking in the Chippewa Valley for almost 10 years, considers when she goes out for a ride. It’s not comprehensive, by any stretch, but it’s representative...
a bike embellished with repurposed materials keeps people happy
Every once in a while around Eau Claire, you might see aBa, a professor of mathematics at UWEC, riding a pretty flashy bike. aBa got his bicycle, nicknamed the “boy bike,” in 2008 when he was studying at the University of Iowa for his Ph.D.
Despite the sweatiness, a two-wheeled commute is great. Here’s some locals that do it.
Have you ever thought about biking to work? This year, I started biking to work every day that I can, and I wanted to share a few stories of some others who bike to work, why they do it, and some tips they have for getting started.
from recreational trails to commuter routes, the network of infrastructure for bicyclists is growing
It’s not just your imagination: The amount of bike infrastructure in the Chippewa Valley has been steadily growing in recent years as both bicyclists and public officials have continued to push for dedicated bike trails, bike lanes, and signed bike routes in urban and rural areas.