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1/22 The Town of Washington makes a decision on a potential development that has faced backlash from locals...is the Eau Claire City Manager search over?...and local leaders FINALLY put together a task force months in the making. Why the delay and lack of urgency?
1/20 City officials have changed course with the Hobbs Ice Arena, Scott discusses. Also, Blugold sports are resuming. Vaccine momentum is gaining in one area county and what's this about a Free sled sharing program...
1/19 A proposed development has some area residents balking. Are they right to want to keep this development out of the Town of Washington or is this an opportunity that can't be passed up.
1/15 Eau Claire City Council deserves credit on their city manager interview approach...Hobbs Ice Rink officials continue to play the area for fools and the decision North/Memorial hockey should make immediately...Also, vaccinations are gaining momentum in the area and how a fatal crash on U.S. 12 is an example of equal empathy.
1/13 Congrats, Eau Claire is the first in the state with this distinction!
Altoona residents are fighting a development and may have a case...Memorial hockey players clap back at Lieske Giese...and we now know when the EC Marathon will be held.
1/12 There is a body odor issue we must discuss…a local connection to last week's Capitol riot...the issues with the City/County Health Department’s Passive Aggressiveness Continue…Thoughts on a Naughty Thief…and Much More
1/8 We wrap up the first week of 2021 by touching on a number of quick local topics. From the possibility of a local mask mandate to the importance of the schools re-focusing on staying in-person the second half of the school year.