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Eau Claire means clear water, in reference to the Eau Claire River. The name is said to have originated with French explorers. Once known for its lumber industry today the city is known for its computer hardware plants. Eau Claire is also known for having a thriving music scene including groups and performers in anything from metal or indie rock, to jazz. Baseball legend Hank Aaron played his first professional baseball season in Eau Claire and now has a stature dedicated to him in the city's Carson Park.
Local Newspapers: The Eau Claire Leader-Telegram
Local Sports Teams: Eau Claire Express (Northwood League Baseball)
Local Colleges: The University of Wisconsin â€“ Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran College
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Towns/Cities near eau claire, wisconsin : Lake Hallie Altoona Seymour Chippewa Falls Brunswick Elk Mound
Student leaders want say in University of Wisconsin merger
Student leaders at the University of Wisconsin's 26 campuses are pressing regents to include their input on plans to merge two-year schools with four-year campuses. The Leader-Telegram reports that the UW System Student Representatives released a statement requesting more student inclusion in announcements like the merger plans.Getting in a tiff over TIFs
As we report in today's edition, the city of Eau Claire and the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty have gotten themselves into a tif over TIFs, or tax incremental financing districts. It seems the city wants to redevelop its downtown, in part by demolishing history, as expressed in the form of historic buildings and in part by building a state-of-the-art arts center.Rural school administrators meet to discuss needs
The message among rural school district administrators during Wednesday's State Superintendent Advisory Council meeting was simple: good, but not great. District administrators, along with State Superintendent Tony Evers, met on Wednesday to discuss the pressing needs of rural districts around western Wisconsin and solutions to those problems.Students spread positive vibes through Happiness Project
Hugs were not in short supply for thousands of students on University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's campus. Students shared positive messages and embraces as part of a happiness project.Eau Claire city council drops Columbus Day Wednesday, October 11
EAU CLAIRE, WI The City of Eau Claire is following the lead of more than two dozen cities nationwide in renaming the Columbus Day holiday. The City Council passed a resolution Monday evening declaring the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples' Day in the city.Eau Claire city council drops Columbus Day
EAU CLAIRE, WI The City of Eau Claire is following the lead of more than two dozen cities nationwide in renaming the Columbus Day holiday. The City Council passed a resolution Monday evening declaring the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples' Day in the city.WI: Eau Claire Rushing to Gain $5M Federal Grant to Help Remake Downtown Bus Transit Station
Oct. 06--City officials Thursday unveiled an ambitious $23.35 million plan to upgrade the current bus transfer site on South Farwell Street. The project would include a level of underground parking with the bus transfer station at ground level.Missing woman drowned, identified as Marisa Dahms
Bug-like and armored, with as many as 100 legs, these now-extinct marine creatures once cruised the planet's seas, including those that covered Wisconsin. Wiped out more than 250 million years ago, the trilobite today is the state fossil.More
Stan "Uncle Stan" Milam has seen a lot over the years. His nickname stuck after he started working with AP Government students in Janesville, but the name only scratches the surface.UW-Eau Claire graduate critically hurt in Las Vegas shooting
A Minnesota native living in Las Vegas was critically wounded by a gunman who opened fire at a Jason Aldean concert in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Philip Aurich was among the more than 500 wounded in the attack Sunday night, according to his alma mater, Concordia Academy in Roseville.LATEST: Chippewa Co. judge approves sale of 11 Gordy's Market stores
On Thursday, a Chippewa County judge approved the sale of the assets of 11 Gordy's Market stores over the objections of two businesses who said Gordy's owes them money. They claim they are owed close to $600,000, but as unsecured creditors, they are unlikely to be paid, because lawyers said there likely won't be any money left after the secured creditors are paid; among the sales approved in the Chippewa Valley, the closed Gordy's stores on Hamilton and Clairemont avenues in Eau Claire, and the Chippewa Commons stores.DNR: Chronic wasting disease sampling in place for Eau Claire, Clark, Jackson counties
Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said testing will take place during the 2017 archery, crossbow and gun hunting seasons. They are asking hunters, who harvest an adult deer in Eau Claire, Clark or Jackson counties, to submit a sample from the deer for CWD testing.Wisconsin election officials await details on hack attempt
In this April 4, 2017 file photo, a roll of "I Voted" stickers sit on a table in front of election officials at a polling place, in Eau Claire, Wis. Wisconsin elections officials are putting together a formal security plan in advance of next fall's election.Democrat Vinehout promises free tuition as governor
In this Sept. 5, 2011, file photo Wisconsin Democratic state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout speaks in Eau Claire, Wis.Saturday's high of 90 degrees in Twin Cities ties record
Saturday's high of 90 degrees in the Twin Cities metro area didn't quite break a daily record, but it did tie it, according to the National Weather Service in Chanhassen. Such heat isn't unheard of in the region, the Weather Service said.Eau Claire company creates 'a place full of opportunities'
From the fourth-floor community room at software developer Jamf, employees can grab a local craft beer from the fridge, teleconference with mentors at Fortune 500 companies and take in postcard-perfect views of a revitalized downtown riverfront. It's all part of company founder Zach Halmstad's strategy to create a vibrant work and living environment in Wisconsin's eighth-largest city - and a model state officials say should be replicated to draw the workforce of the future and to help address a growing worker shortage right now, the Wisconsin State Journal reported .
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