Together Chippewa Valley includes Pablo Center, Children’s Museum, six other nonprofits
Together Chippewa Valley, a new umbrella organization of eight of the Chippewa Valley’s most prominent nonprofit groups has formed to undertake a fundraising campaign to address the fallout of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Eau Claire doctor offers tips on maintaining your family’s physical and mental health during isolating times
Volume One talked to Dr. Mollie Meagher, a Family Medicine Resident Physician with Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire, about how we can keep ourselves and our families healthy and happy during ...
Today Eau Claire print and design house Ambient Inks launched the "Chippewa Valley Artist Relief Fund" aimed at helping to "support Chippewa Valley artists who have been financially impacted by event/gig cancellations, the inability to sell their work/book shows, and/or lost revenue from their day jobs being eliminated due to COVID-19."
"Voting is considered an essential government function. To safeguard this important process and safety and well-being of election workers and residents, the City of Eau Claire Elections Office has set up ..."
"The Wisconsin Elections Commission is urging anyone who is concerned about Coronavirus COVID-19 exposure to make plans now to vote absentee for the April 7 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary."
In response to the community crisis around COVID-19, Volume One has launched a new homepage around the idea of Pulling Together While Staying Apart. In this video, Volume One editor/publisher Nick Meyer explains the reason for the site and some of the early content.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, food security has become a key issue. These fantastic organizations provide food pantry services around the Chippewa Valley. All of these organizations are open to the public.
Update on support for businesses in the Eau Claire area in response to the COVID-19 pandemic including the Small Business Administration's EIDL Loans and the announcement of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation's SB 20/20 grants of up to $20,000.
Even though the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire is closed until at least April 6 in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, you can still visit – virtually – and take advantage ...
We all have heard the expression “actions speak louder than words.” Well, some people believe that the written word sometimes speaks louder than the spoken word, and I’m one of them. There are times when ...