Culture & Entertainment in the Chippewa Valley
Sep. 17, 2009
V1 Staff, illustrated by Erik Christenson
your Best of the Chippewa Valley 2009 winners for local news sources
your Best of the Chippewa Valley 2009 winners for local issues
your Best of the Chippewa Valley 2009 winners for nightime fun
your Best of the Chippewa Valley 2009 winners for food and drink
Of the 6.5 billion people in the world, how many would you say have flawless taste?
Sep. 9, 2009
Check out an amazing photography show, starting Thursday at the Foster Gallery.
Sep. 8, 2009
The Heyde Center over in Chippewa Falls added $26,000 the local economy last year.
Sep. 3, 2009
V1 Staff, photos by Jen Schultz
Dogs of Chippewa Falls will now be allowed to run free, within the confines of a fenced-in dog park, that is.
Aug. 20, 2009
The bands might be awesome, but their promo shots ... you decide.
V1 Staff, photos by Andrea Paulseth
UW-Eau Claire had to face a difficult budget cutting decision and cut a large portion of the L.E. Phillips Planetarium showings.
Aug. 6, 2009
Two new businesses have decided to relocate to Eau Claire, creating a combined 200 jobs over the next four years.
Jul. 28, 2009
Jul. 23, 2009
College education does not come cheaply, and rumblings about the growing cost of higher learning are not unfounded.
Jul. 9, 2009
The judges of Volume One's 6th Annual Fiction Contest have pulled out their favorite one-liners from this year's entries.
Who won what in our 6th Annual Fiction Contest (and our 1st Annual Flash Fiction Contest).
Opponents of the downtown jail site celebrated a narrow success on June 23 ...
Jun. 25, 2009
Legislation passed through the state senate and assembly recently that lowers the legal hunting age in Wisconsin to 10 years old.
Jun. 17, 2009
Jun. 11, 2009
an all-local guide to getting in shape during the summer months
Despite the country’s prolonged economic woes, the City of Eau Claire is worth $4,466,344,900,
branch out and learn about some awesome local foliage
May. 28, 2009
Millionaire Rick DeVos started this of his own volition, out of a sense of passion and curiosity ...
The Mabel Tainter’s executive director, Gary Schuster, is resigning in order to pursue studies at UW-Stout.
May. 14, 2009
Numbers of confirmed swine flu cases are rising across the state and nation ...
"Why is it named bullfrog? Do you even have frogs?"
May. 1, 2009
This is Volume One's Thursday-night gig in downtown Eau Claire’s Phoenix Park. Local bands play to about 1,000 people ...
Apr. 30, 2009
EC Transit gets much-needed $2 million in federal stimulus money.
Apr. 16, 2009
Do you know what a Blugold is? Soon, you will.
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