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Charges filed against man taken into custody at Phoenix Park Saturday

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - Charges are being filed against the man taken into custody for erratic behavior at Phoenix Park Saturday. 32-year-old Jesse Olson has been charged with aggravated battery, lewd and lascivious behavior, resisting an officer, and disorderly conduct. Olson is a repeated offender of these charges. The...
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Eau Claire Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Eau Claire: Wednesday, August 4: Haze; Thursday, August 5: Showers and thunderstorms likely during the day; while haze overnight; Friday, August 6: Chance of Showers And Thunderstorms; Saturday, August 7: Chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while showers
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Feed My People Food Bank continues to see growing need

Demand continues to be strong for help through Feed My People Food Bank in Eau Claire. Last year, the food bank saw around a 40-percent rise in the amount of people it helped during the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic. Feed My People’s executive director says compared to 20-19… Need...
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Chippewa Valley Technical College receives emergency relief fund grant

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - The U.S. Department of Education is announcing that Chippewa Valley Technical College is receiving $1.7 million in funds. The funds from the two-year Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund grant are intended to be used to develop and expand flexible, accessible, and innovative dual enrollment opportunities for rural and underserved students.
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5 Bedroom Home in Fall Creek - $1,425,000

Enjoy the wildlife sanctuary with hilltop views, only 10 minutes from Eau Claire. Unique features about this property include a Theatre Room, Sauna, Stone Wine Cellar, Hot Tub overlooking the valley, and hand carved woodwork throughout the home carved by a Local Artist. The master suite includes two large walk-in closets, walk-in shower, jacuzzi, and a private deck to enjoy the sunrise and sunset. Also, enjoy the downstairs to entertain guests or bring the party to the outside patio area.
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African Swine Fever continues to impact China and the Dominican Republic

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - Farmers across the country and around the world are facing some challenging times this growing season. In Brazil, farmers have had to deal with another round of frost which has shrunk the corn crop there while in Russia the bad weather has shrunk their grain harvest by almost 10% from a year ago. In the southern U.S. farmers are worried their corn harvest will be delayed and shortened because of continuing heavy rains and states like North Dakota which have been hit by a severe drought this summer now have another problem in their fields—grasshoppers. Farmers in parts of North Dakota say the insects are destroying their pastures and barley crop. One North Dakota farmer reported they have eaten 300 acres of barley right down to the ground. Where he normally gets as many as 3,000 bales of straw, this year he got just 53. Montana farmers are also reporting lost crops because of the grasshoppers which reportedly are moving east.
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As school looms, Chippewa Valley faces uptick in COVID cases

EAU CLAIRE — After a months-long spring and summer lull, COVID-19 cases are starting to escalate once more in the Chippewa Valley. Heads of health departments in the area say an increase in new cases over the last several weeks is deeply concerning — especially coming a few weeks before classes resume — and that the Delta variant is almost certainly driving the uptick.
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National Night Out returns to the Chippewa Valley

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - Law enforcement agencies across the country Tuesday night are hosting gatherings to connect with their neighbors and unite each community. For Eau Claire, the 27th annual National Night Out event was held at Carson Park from 5:30PM – 8PM. “It’s always important for law enforcement...
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We Are the Chippewa Valley: Art Initiative Amplifies BIPOC Voices

A new community-wide project encourages local Black and Indigenous artists – as well as other artists of color – to tell their stories through creative mediums, thanks to a grant from the Pablo Foundation. The We Are the Chippewa Valley project, created by the Eau Claire Public Arts Council, will...
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Local COVID infections rise sharply

Data from the Minnesota Department of Health, Wisconsin Department of Health Services. COVID infections rose rapidly in Winona and Trempealeau counties in the past week. Buffalo County saw cases rise sharply in late July. by CHRIS ROGERS. Local COVID cases shot up this past week, while health officials redoubled their...
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Two more Chippewa Valley health care providers mandate vaccines

EAU CLAIRE — Two more major health care providers in the Chippewa Valley announced Wednesday that they will require their employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Prevea Health notified staff that they must be vaccinated or complete an exemption process by Oct. 5, while Marshfield Clinic Health System is giving its employees until Nov. 15 to get their shots.
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