A recent cost-cutting proposal by our school board would be draining all school pools. Water saved by watering school lawns only when needed could keep the pools full and also would pay for their upkeep.
consultants ready to unveil redesign possibilities
After several months and more than 700 comments, Short Elliott Hendrickson, the company hired by the city as consultant for the Hastings Way project, is ready to unveil redesign possibilities at a Sept. 9 meeting.
an organized push for a comprehensive homeless shelter in Eau Claire
At least eight separate organizations – from churches to social service centers – are pooling ambitions (before the snow flies) to turn an existing facility in Eau Claire into a comprehensive homeless shelter with beds and case management.
Tangled Up in Hue exhibition from artist Cortney Stoner
Tangled Up In Hue has earned a reputation for showcasing one of its 82 talented local artists for a month at a time, and in the coming month local artist on the rise Cortney Stoner and her artistic creations take a turn.
In the UWEC Players’ newest play, Cannibal Days, or A Mid-Western, Mid-Twenties Journey Into the Heart of Fame, six people in their mid-20s are faced with life-changing decisions that will, over the course of two weeks, either make or break them in the en
local beer fest returns for 11th year of brew-tastic-ness
Here in Wisconsin, with more bars per capita than anywhere else in the nation and a baseball team carrying the title “Brewers,” it’s safe to say we know how to have a good time; and, man, do we love our beer.
as summer draws to a close it’s time to appreciate what an awful mess it made
The tomatoes have mingled with the peppers. The zucchinis have infiltrated the sunflowers. The watermelons have crept into the beets. I wouldn’t be surprised to find a healthy toma-pepini-melon growing in there somewhere.