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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
Spring storm spawns tornado that kills 1, dumps heavy snow

With snow continuing to fall, Sara Kawell finds her snowshoes are the best way to take a hike, Sunday, April 15, 2018, through Carson Park, in Eau Claire, Wis. Record snowfall for the date was reported at numerous locations in the upper Midwest.

Wisconsin officials teach parents where kids hide drugs

In this Tuesday, April 10, 2018, photo, Altoona Police Chief Jesse James demonstrates what the bottle in his hand contains to Eau Claire North's superintendent Mary Ann Hardebeck during the "meth bedroom" mock setup at Eau Claire North High School in Eau Claire, Wis. School and police officials in northwest Wisconsin are using a mock teenage bedroom to demonstrate to parents how their children might be hiding methamphetamine and other illegal substances.

Mom ordered to stand trial 'for selling sex with her two children'

Wisconsin mother, 39, to stand trial for 'injecting her two young children, six and nine, with meth and selling them for sex in exchange for drugs and cash' Michelle Mayer, 39, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin was charged in late March with two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child and being a party to a crime She allegedly traded sex with her children, now ages six and nine, for sex in exchange for meth, cocaine and cash A Wisconsin mother accused of selling her two young children for sex in exchange for drugs and cash every day for nine years has been ordered to stand trial for her alleged crimes.

Pro-Shot Video: Billy Strings Performs 'This Heart Of Mine' At 2017 Blue Ox Music Festival

Young bluegrass guitarist Billy Strings led his band through a standout set at last year's Blue Ox Music Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. JamGrass.TV has been unveiling professionally-shot video from Blue Ox '17 and the latest clip features Strings and his four-piece.

Woman allegedly sold sex with children for drugs

EAU CLAIRE, WI - A woman accused of selling sex with children for money and drugs was in court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing. Michelle Mayer is accused of letting men assault the two children every other day between 2007 and 2016.

Hoyer Listening Tour Gathers Ideas for Unifying Economic Agenda

House Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer, D-Md., right, and Rep. Ron Kind, D-Wis., left, tour Culimeta-Saveguard, an exhaust insulation manufacturing facility in Eau Claire, Wis., last week during Hoyer's Make It In America listening tour. MADISON, Wis. - As progressives and moderates battle it out in primaries, national Democrats like House Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer are crafting an economic agenda their candidates can use to help them win back the House in November.


A Richland Center birder who has counted cranes for 35 years, a longtime Lafayette County volunteer aiding bats, birds and plants, a Madison area organization dedicated to clean lakes and a La Farge High School student promoting bat conservation have received Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Awards for their outstanding efforts in volunteer monitoring of Wisconsin's natural resources. "This year's award winners represent the very best of citizen-based monitoring in the state," said Eva Lewandowski, a conservation biologist who coordinates citizen-based monitoring efforts for the Department of Natural Resources' Natural Heritage Conservation Program.

Maryland congressman Steny Hoyer takes a last shot at becoming House speaker

Jerry Olson, right, of Culimeta-Saveguard in Eau Claire, Wis., gives a tour to Rep. Ron Kind , left, and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer on April 5, 2018. Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi is not welcome in Trump country, which was probably one reason another top Democrat - her long-term rival Steny H. Hoyer - was zipping through Republican-friendly corners of western Wisconsin this last week.

House's No. 2 Dem searches for a last shot at the top spot

Rep. Ron Kind, D-Wis., left, and House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer speaks to the media after touring Culimeta-Saveguard in Eau Claire, Wis., on Thursday April 5, 2018. Hoyer headed to Trump country this week in a last-chance campaign for the top spot.

House's No. 2 Dem Searches for a Last Shot at the Top Spot

Rep. Ron Kind, D-Wis., left, and House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer speaks to the media after touring Culimeta-Saveguard in Eau Claire, Wis., on Thursday April 5, 2018. Hoyer headed to Trump country this week in a last-chance campaign for the top spot.

UW merger will take until end of 2019

A plan to merge the University of Wisconsin System's two- and four-year schools is proving challenging to execute and likely won't be complete until at least the end of 2019, chancellors and the two-year schools' leader told regents Thursday. The regents in November approved UW System President Ray Cross' proposal to make the 13 two-year schools branch campuses of seven nearby four-year schools as of July 1. The four-year schools will officially take control of the two-year campuses on that date pending approval of the Higher Learning Commission, which must give the four-year schools permission to award associate degrees.

Busker fifth for St. Kate's in Arizona

St. Kate's placed third as a team seven strokes behind St. Thomas and one stroke behind Luther, with a combined score of 326 . The Wildcats top three golfers all finished in the top-5 as individuals.

Republican abruptly withdraws from Wisconsin treasurer race

A Republican candidate for state treasurer abruptly dropped out of the race Wednesday, a day after Wisconsin voters overwhelmingly rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have eliminated the diminished office. Madison investment manager Tom Hiller registered to run in the race in January.

Skimmers found on Eau Claire-area ATMs

Royal Credit Union says skimmer devices were found on four ATMs. The devices were discovered in Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, and New Richmond.

Skimmers found on Eau Claire-area ATMs Wednesday, April 4

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2 western Wisconsin nursing homes announce closures

Wisconsin Public Radio reports that Dallas Care & Rehab in Barron County and Syverson Rehab and Health in Eau Claire notified state officials last month of their plans to close. The facilities will have 120 days to relocate residents once the state approves the closures.

Wood County Board candidates talk priorities

Eight seats on the Wood County Board are in contested races. The candidates talk about their qualifications and priorities if elected.

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