Go Big Or Go Home

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2020  |  Rebecca Mennecke

“If you really have a love for the Earth, it shows.” Or at least that’s what Mary Smith, who has been a member of the Menomonie Community Gardens ...

Marvel at the Mabel

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2020  |  Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Constructed with ornate, hand-carved details during the Victorian era, the Mabel Tainter Theater is a historic gem of Menomonie and a must-see tourist attraction. It was built in 1889 as a performing arts and cultural ...

Menomonie’s Hidden Natural Gems

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2020  |  Eric Christenson, photos by Taylor Smith

If you know where to look in and around Menomonie, you can find all sorts of cool outdoor hangs. From the city’s heart in the Red Cedar Valley, trails wind around the countryside toward gushing waterways ...

The Sweet New Thing in Menomonie

Wed. Aug. 19th, 2020  |  Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

If there’s one thing Barbara Bauer-Chen and her husband learned while serving abroad with the U.S. Navy, it’s that chocolate in the U.S. is nowhere near as good as chocolate from Japan – or any other country for that matter. When their family moved ...

Menomonie’s Weird News Thrills

Wed. Aug. 19th, 2020  |  Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

The city of Menomonie caught the eye of an online travel and entertainment magazine recently, and not because of its award-winning university, its picturesque and historic downtown arts center ...

Sensory-Friendly Santa

Wed. Dec. 4th, 2019  |  Barbara Arnold

Considering the crowds, loud noises, the touching and bumping into people, visiting with Santa Claus at the mall may not be for everyone. The health care professionals at Foundations Therapy in Menomonie, know this only too ...