Andrea Paulseth

Design - Staff Photographer

Content By This Contributor:

Fri. Sep. 20th, 2019

Dream Big

Stephanie Janssen, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Maureen Mack discusses debut novel Wild Dreams

Fri. Sep. 20th, 2019

Strange States

Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

exploring the paranormal in the most normal of places: the Midwest

Fri. Sep. 20th, 2019

Venture On

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

new bike, adventure shop opens on North Farwell

Fri. Sep. 20th, 2019

Sweet Comfort

Caitlin Boyle, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Waffle Shack on Water St. aims to cure cravings at all hours

Fri. Sep. 13th, 2019

Fashion Focus

V1 Staff, photos by Andrea Paulseth

fashion-forward individuals talk about their unique style

Fri. Sep. 13th, 2019

Stitching for the Stars

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Menomonie tailor gives celebrity service to locals, stars alike

Fri. Sep. 13th, 2019

The Glass Orchard Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

Caitlyn Boyle, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Nestled on the south side of Eau Claire on four acres of land is The Glass Orchard. Owners Jon Chapman and Dawn Passineau bought the property in 2017 with plans to open a glass studio. They both have an ...

Fri. Sep. 13th, 2019

What’s the Buzz?

Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

local beekeepers keep bees in business

Wed. Sep. 4th, 2019

Snap Judgement

Luc Anthony, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Eau Claire’s Kyle Stelter helps elite long snappers — from high school to the NFL — master the game

Thu. Aug. 22nd, 2019

Menomonie Bookstore Keep Indie Bookselling Alive

Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

In the past decades, independent bookstores around the United States have battled against corporate giants like Amazon, who offer good reads for low prices, and many have lost. However, independent bookstores ...

Thu. Aug. 22nd, 2019

Menomonie Community Gardens Offer Food to Green Thumbs

Tori Johnson, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Even if you don’t have a green thumb, a stroll through the Menomonie Community Gardens can be a beautiful thing. Anyone can stop by and enjoy the sight of growing things, or reserve their own spot to get ...

Thu. Aug. 22nd, 2019

UW-Stout Art Students Open New Gallery Space in Menomonie

Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Ed Erdmann sees the line between Menomonie residents and students a bit like how freshwater and saltwater meet: separate, but of the same body of water. Trying to bring ...

Thu. Aug. 22nd, 2019

Farmers Market-Goers Enjoy Barking Dog Bakery Treats

Kate Edenborg, photos by Andrea Paulseth

A yellow lab named Gypsy inspired the name for Richard Thomas’ most recent endeavor, Barking Dog Bakery, a popular outfit at the Menomonie Farmer’s Market. Thomas said Gypsy liked to have ...

Thu. Aug. 22nd, 2019

Music in Menomonie: A Closer Look

Scott Morfitt, Ed Hudgins, photos by Titus Williamson, Andrea Paulseth

Menomonie was built in an interesting spot in western Wisconsin. It’s less than a half hour from Eau Claire and an hour from Minneapolis. Among other things, this means locals have always had the option ...

Thu. Aug. 22nd, 2019

Dirt Track Destination

Eric Rasmussen, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Red Cedar Speedway is home to generations of racers and their fans

Wed. Aug. 21st, 2019

Putting the Fun in Fundraiser

Barbara Arnold, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Festival in the Pines offers activities for everyone

Wed. Aug. 21st, 2019

Northside Neighborhood Joint Gets New Owners

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Lisa and Gary Gruen have been regulars at Hobbsy & Me neighborhood bar (3620 Locust Lane, Eau Claire) since they became of-age decades ago. In their late twenties, the couple moved into a house ...

Wed. Aug. 21st, 2019

Construction Completion

Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

campus projects at UWEC, UW-Stout wrap up as students return

Fri. Aug. 9th, 2019

Women’s Business Grant Program Hosts Inaugural Gala

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Tickets are on sale now for the inaugural Red Letter Grant Gala, a social fundraising event and celebration of women throughout the region. The Red Letter Grant program, founded three years ...

Fri. Aug. 9th, 2019

New Chippewa Falls Shop Focuses on Unique Homegoods

Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

November Grace, a design store, launched in Chippewa Falls in June. The store, 45 E. Elm St. (next to the Garage Salon), offers a variety of unique home furnishing and personal items, both new ...

Tue. Aug. 6th, 2019

Diamond Dreams Fulfilled

Caitlin Boyle, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Diamond School of Dance begins 20th year with new, expanded facility

Tue. Aug. 6th, 2019

Prestigious Pairing

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

two Chippewa Valley artists invited to international art shows

Tue. Aug. 6th, 2019

Picking Up Speed

Nicole Withers, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Eau Claire city council dedicates funds to new skate park

Fri. Aug. 2nd, 2019

New Man Behind the Menu

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Eric Mendoza takes the reins as new head chef at The Lakely

Chalkfest 2019: The Big Day

Sun. Jul. 28th, 2019

Once again, Volume One partnered with UW-Eau Claire to present Chalkfest on UWEC's beautiful campus mall – on Saturday, July 27 – with over 150 local and regional artists chalking up the college's various sidewalks ...

Thu. Jul. 25th, 2019

Little Wissota Bakehouse Launches Sourdough-Based Biz

by Bonni Knight, photos by Andrea Paulseth

I grew up during the early Wonder Bread Years. It was the bread that “builds strong bodies 12 ways” by stripping all the nutrients out and then re-enriching the bread with additives. But I grew up in California ...

Thu. Jul. 25th, 2019

Ten Years of Play

Caitlin Boyle, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Red Cedar Youth Stage celebrates with original musical

Wed. Jul. 24th, 2019

Waste Not, Want Not?

Katie Venit, photos by Andrea Paulseth

a deep dive into the wonderful, wacky world of organic waste disposal

Wed. Jul. 24th, 2019

Rinse, Tumble Dry, Repeat

Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

webcomic aimed at people who are “nervous and overwhelmed with life”

Wed. Jul. 24th, 2019

UWEC Program Welcomes Students Who’ve Experienced Homelessness and Foster Care

Samantha Kobs, photos by Andrea Paulseth

As a freshman at UW-Eau Claire, Taz Smith came up with a service-learning project that meant something personal: a program to help university students who have previously been a part of the foster care system. As a former foster child, Taz is all too familiar with the hardships associated with ...

Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 Locomotive Visit

Tue. Jul. 23rd, 2019

The Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 locomotive rolled into Altoona on Tuesday, July 23 to large crowds. Train fans of all ages were treated the world’s largest steam engine at the Union Pacific yard adjacent ...

U.S. National Kubb Championship 2019

Mon. Jul. 15th, 2019

This year's U.S. National Kubb Championship took place July 12, 13, and 14, with teams from around the country (and players from around the world) converging on the Eau Claire Soccer Park ...

Sky Yoga Aerial Showcase

Sun. Jul. 14th, 2019

On Friday, July 12, The Brewing Projekt hosted the first public aerial showcase from Sky Yoga. The performers were excited to share their performances with the community as they have been working hard, training for the upcoming 2019 Aerialympics in St. Louis.

Thu. Jul. 11th, 2019

Peter Pan Flies to the Pablo Center

Rebecca Mennecke, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Everyone who remembers the story of Peter Pan knows all it takes to fly is a little faith, trust, and pixie dust. But it’ll take a little more than ...

Thu. Jul. 11th, 2019

Carson Park’s Mini Railroad Plans Track Extension

Caitlin Boyle, photos by Andrea Paulseth

The Chippewa Valley Railroad has been a highlight in Carson Park since 1977. The one-quarter size railroad takes passengers through the woods and along Half Moon Lake on a half-mile loop. Thousands of people ...

Wed. Jul. 10th, 2019

Handmade Objects Meet Their End at Secondhand Stores

Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Approximately 2 feet by 1½ feet of white crochet lace is pinned under glass, displaying an anniversary message bordered in a carefully stitched heart. It reads: “25 Years Together.” I found the piece while ...