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Dr. Steve Kristo has been helping people have their best smiles for years by providing the highest quality orthodontic care in a fun environment. Beyond that, his philanthropic...
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Once again, Jamf (215 Riverfront Terrace, Eau Claire) was voted the No. 1 place people want to work in the Chippewa Valley. The company paves the way for businesses and schools to...
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Mike Conner (executive director of PESI) feels giving back to the community is important, as demonstrated last spring when PESI gave $40,000 to the Quick Response Community Fund...
Young Professionals of the Chippewa Valley’s mission is to engage and empower young professionals through community, professional, and social opportunities. 100 Women Who...
The old Kmart on Clairemont Avenue in Eau Claire has been vacant for years, leading many of us to wonder if anything...
Woof! Nothing makes a shop a friendly place quite like a trusty animal sidekick, and for Chippewa Vallians, Kaya at...
It has been a heckuva year, and no one has handled it quite as gracefully as local teachers. Angie Kitchner (Mondovi...
The Chippewa Valley has a lot to brag about, and at the top of the list for the fourth consecutive poll are the Lights...
If there’s one thing folks aren’t too fond of, it’s paying taxes. But when that money goes to...
This year’s best volunteer opportunity is a trifecta repeat of the best of 2020! Bob’s House for Dogs (E3015...
If there’s one thing readers consistently choose when asked about the “Biggest Thing We Should Make Happen...
Nothing says Wisconsin culture quite like helping others, and these three nonprofit organizations excel at doing just...
As if 2020 wasn’t bizarre enough, a few local stories had us all scratching our heads, with the Joe Luginbill...
Nothing disappointed Chippewa Vallians quite like local residents who don’t follow COVID precautions. With all the...
Nothing encapsulated 2020 quite like the global pandemic that shut down everything we hold dear. That’s why...
If anyone says “Bon Iver” one more time, a significant number of Chippewa Vallians might just lose it...
This year in particular, teachers deserve a round of applause – and then an encore. Whether they were teaching...
We all have to suck at something, and for the Chippewa Valley, that something is affordable housing. It’s a...
This year, local farmers markets absolutely crushed it, pivoting amid a pandemic to support vendors and the public to...
While he’s been in the rankings a couple of times, this is the first year Eau Claire County Sheriff Ron Cramer...
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