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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.

Population: 61704
Local Newspapers: The Eau Claire Leader-Telegram
Local Sports Teams: Eau Claire Express (Northwood League Baseball)
Local Colleges: The University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran College

Zip Codes associated with eau claire, wisconsin: 54701 54703
Towns/Cities near eau claire, wisconsin : Lake Hallie Altoona Seymour Chippewa Falls Brunswick Elk Mound

Eau Claire News
Former URW President Mike Stone dies at age 90

Milan "Mike" Stone, the fifth president of the former United Rubber Workers union, died March 3 at Summa Akron City Hospital. He was 90. He was president of the Akron-based URW from 1981-90, after having been appointed vice president in 1977.

What to Do When the Chips Are Down

Every cataract surgeon recognizes that, like death and taxes, the occurrence of a retained nuclear chip is an unwelcome but essentially inevitable outcome at some point in time. Although this complication is not new, its incidence may be on the rise, according to some who speculate that the increase may be related to newer phacoemulsification settings that cause more turbulence within the anterior chamber.

The Gazette

This March 8 photo shows Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, left, at the Capitol in Washington, D.C.. Republicans on the House intelligence committee have completed a draft report concluding there was no collusion or coordination between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia.

U.S. DOT Announces Half-Billion Dollars in Infrastructure Investments

"TIGER grants are targeted investments for our local communities that will increase safety, create jobs and modernize our country's infrastructure," said Secretary Elaine L. Chao. The U.S. Department of Transportation announced March 9, the list of 41 recipients of nearly $500 million in discretionary grant funding for road, transit, maritime and rail projects through the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery program.

Walker blasts Democrats for not acting on exclusion of women

Republican Gov. Scott Walker questioned Monday how Democrats can say they stand for women while not challenging a private business association that excluded female Democratic gubernatorial candidates from a recent forum. Democratic party officials say they had nothing to do with who the Construction Business Group invited to its February forum and Walker knows it, while the association said it merely invited top fundraisers from each party.

Wisconsin group starts pantry to help owners care for pets

Hoping to give back to the community that supports it and helps animals in need, the Eau Claire County Humane Association has opened the Community Pet Pantry. Inside the pantry - housed in a shed on the shelter's property - people in need can find food for their cats, dogs and other pets, along with supplies, including cat litter.

Wisconsin group starts pantry to help owners care for pets

In this Feb. 14, 2018, photo, Elise Bauer, executive director of the Eau Claire County Humane Association, poses for a photo inside their new Pet Pantry in Eau Claire, Wis. Recently, the pantry had rabbit cages along with rabbit and guinea pig food available, said Liz Berg, the association's kennel supervisor and foster coordinator.

GOP crusader Walker reaches to center in volatile Wisconsin

Walker is pointing to a big Democratic win this year in a Wisconsin Senate special election in a district that Trump won easily in 2016. He says it's a sign that voters are unhappy and Democrats are motivated.

Bon Iver's Justin Vernon Hosting Overnight Musical & Culinary Experience At His Hotel

Justin Vernon and his Bon Iver bandmate S. Carey have announced something called " Lock Inn ," an exclusive overnight musical and culinary experience held at Vernon's boutique Oxbow Hotel in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Billed as "an evening curated entirely by their musical, culinary, and cultural sensibilities from beginning to end," the event will feature playlists selected by Vernon and Carey, a live performance during a six-course dinner, a morning yoga session, a limited edition poster, and appearances by "other yet-to-be-named musical guests from their stable of friends and creative collaborators."

WI: $5M Grant in Place for New Eau Claire Transit Transfer Center Grant for Transfer Center Approved

Christmas came to the City of Eau Claire on Wednesday, in the form of a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. It will, in part, go to replace the current transit transfer station that's been in place along Farwell St. between Main and Gray streets since 1985.

La Crosse diocese terminates employee pension plan

The bishop of the Diocese of La Crosse has informed hundreds of current and former employees they won't be getting all the pension benefits they were counting on for their retirement. In a letter to members of the Lay Employees' Retirement Plan, Bishop William Patrick Callahan says the diocese is terminating the pension plan, which was frozen in 2007 and had been underfunded for years.

From Childhood to Fatherhood, S. Carey Pursues Music Career

After attending his sister's jazz band performance and watching the drummer in awe, Carey knew that was his calling. Carey started playing the drums at age 10. Years later, in high school, he began to play gigs, performing at local house parties and coffee shops.

We need new words to find peace and safety

The Salt Lake Tribune) L-R, students Isaac Reese, Mathew Davis, Elizabeth Love and Sophie Davies meet in Sugar House to organize the upcoming March For Our Lives, urging gun reform in the wake of a Florida school shooting. Monday, Feb. 19, 2018.

Barely Civil seeks emotional shelter on latest release, 'We Can Live Here Forever'

The post-war concept of "home" feels more and more distant each day. The white picket fence, dog, pair of kids and smiling, but competitive, neighbors are certainly grossly propagated figments of the past.

Backpacks banned at Wis. school after threats

WEAU-TV in Eau Claire, Wisconsin reports that a BB gun and several knives were located in a backpack at a school in Bruce Wednesday after a student scratched graffiti on a bathroom stall door. That student was taken into custody and has been suspended indefinitely.

Fatal police shooting in Eau Claire ruled justified

Eau Claire County District Attorney Gary King determined the fatal shooting of Michael Caponigro at an apartment was a justified use of lethal force. La Crosse police investigated the shooting and turned the case over to the DA.

Hundreds of natural resources volunteers gather in Eau Claire on March 22-24

On March 22-24, hundreds of these citizen scientists and stewards will gather in Eau Claire for the Wisconsin Summit for Natural Resources Volunteers. They'll share their work through oral and poster presentations, get the latest research updates and training, enjoy field trips and network with others who are passionate about Wisconsin's natural resources.

Arts director facing sex-assault charges Friday, February 23

EAU CLAIRE, WI The Executive Director of the Eau Claire Regional Arts Center is facing charges of third-degree sexual assault. Police say Ben Richgruber was arrested February 13th in connection with an assault reported on February 7th.

Field Report Makes National TV Debut + Announce New Tour Dates

FIELD REPORT, the Wisconsin-based quartet founded and fronted by Chris Porterfield, have made their national TV debut on CBS This Morning Saturday Sessions, in advance of the upcoming album, SUMMERTIME SONGS. In anticipation of the new album, the band recently premiered the first single, "Never Look Back," with Stereogum.

For Emma, Ten Years Ago

So opens Bon Iver's For Emma, Forever Ago - the band's 2007 debut record that spawned a thousand beard/flannel jokes and altered the sonic landscape of indie folk music. The brainchild of Justin Vernon , the album was elegy.

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