By Tessa Rosa, Chippewa Valley Post reporting intern September 22, 2016. Pastor David Huber’s phone rang at 1:45 a.m. He didn’t react. It was the fire department calling, and so the phone rang again. This time Huber picked it up to hear a voice on the other end telling him that Plymouth Congregational United Church […]
Mayan civilization and culture will be the focus of this year’s Imagine Lecture presented by the Mayo Clinic Health System (MCHS) on Thursday, Sept. 7. Richard Hansen (shown in photo on home page), a specialist in the study of early Maya, will be the speaker. His talk is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Auditorium […]
Two new members have joined the Board of Directors of the Eau Claire Community Foundation (ECCF), which is currently celebrating its 20th year of service to the community. Sherry Mohr and Dale Wood were named to three-year terms on the board. Chris Hasenberg was reappointed to the board for a second three-year term. Laura Talley is […]
The CVPost’s “6 of Substance” series is part of our effort to provide news of area nonprofit organizations and increase public awareness of their missions and activities. This week’s featured organization is Literacy Chippewa Valley, which provides adult education services to people in Dunn, Eau Claire and Chippewa Counties
By David Gordon, Associate Editor The technology used for propaganda may – in today’s changed mass media environment – have outpaced and overwhelmed the ability to report the truth, according to Washington Post columnist and associate editor Eugene Robinson. Robinson spoke Wednesday in Chicago at the 2017 conference of the Association for Education in Journalism […]
The CVPost’s “6 of Substance” series is part of our effort to provide news of area nonprofit organizations and increase public awareness of their missions and activities. This week’s featured organization is the Chippewa Valley Habitat for Humanity, which assists lower income families that need decent and affordable housing.