A group of staff, board members and program participants gathered at the Riverfront-Mondovi office, 132 S. Eau Claire St., on Oct. 9 to reveal the organization’s new name. Aptiv is part of a fresh brand strategy to convey the non-profit’s work to help participants live, learn and work in their communities by focusing on their aptitude to learn new skills and on identifying adaptive options to help them succeed.
  by Beth Kraft   Riverfront, Inc., a non-profit organization that assists individuals with various types of disabilities, is getting a new name to match a new brand strategy. The new name—Aptiv—was...
A group of staff, board members and program participants gathered at the Riverfront-Mondovi office, 132 S. Eau Claire St., on Oct. 9 to reveal the organization’s new name. Aptiv is part of a fresh brand strategy to convey the non-profit’s work to help participants live, learn and work in their communities by focusing on their aptitude to learn new skills and on identifying adaptive options to help them succeed.
  by Beth Kraft   The Eleva-Strum School Board voted 4-2 at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11, to move forward with holding a recall election to fill a Board seat vacated by Lois...
As the recent multi-year renovation project at the Buffalo River Lodge drew to a close, several members posed in front of the building. The Masonic Lodge, located on S. Franklin St., Mondovi, is preparing to celebrate its 125th anniversary with a rededication ceremony, meal, and open house set for this Sunday, Oct. 15. Pictured, left to right, are Kevin LeQue, Randy Johnston, Mike Hayden, Brian Trowbridge, Eric Johnson, James Trowbridge, Jason Hayden and Larry Drangstveit.
  by Beth Kraft   Buffalo River Lodge No. 252 is set to mark its 125th anniversary as an organization this Sunday, Oct. 15. A program will be held at the Masonic Lodge, located at 245 South Franklin...
As the recent multi-year renovation project at the Buffalo River Lodge drew to a close, several members posed in front of the building. The Masonic Lodge, located on S. Franklin St., Mondovi, is preparing to celebrate its 125th anniversary with a rededication ceremony, meal, and open house set for this Sunday, Oct. 15. Pictured, left to right, are Kevin LeQue, Randy Johnston, Mike Hayden, Brian Trowbridge, Eric Johnson, James Trowbridge, Jason Hayden and Larry Drangstveit.
Three of the founding fathers of Midnight Riders of Mondovi stopped for a photo together during the annual Little Britches Rodeo at the Mondovi arena this past July. Pictured, left to right, are Bob Parr, Howie Peterson and Marvin Moy. The fourth founding member, Elmer Johnson, passed away nearly 20 years ago.
  by Beth Kraft   Midnight Riders started out at a rural Mondovi farm with four families consisting of 14 kids and a common interest in all things equine. Fifty years later those dovetailing...
Three of the founding fathers of Midnight Riders of Mondovi stopped for a photo together during the annual Little Britches Rodeo at the Mondovi arena this past July. Pictured, left to right, are Bob Parr, Howie Peterson and Marvin Moy. The fourth founding member, Elmer Johnson, passed away nearly 20 years ago.
Mondovi’s Kira Lee and her horse, “Peppy,” showed at the Foundation Quarter Horse Registry World Round-Up, held in Lincoln, Neb., last month. Lee has enjoyed a successful summer at FQHR events, topped off with champion and reserve champion honors at Worlds where she competed in gymkhana and ranch pleasure classes.
  by Beth Kraft   Kira Lee has been riding horses since she was a toddler, but this year things are really falling into place for the 14-year-old from rural Mondovi. Last month Lee competed in the...
Mondovi’s Kira Lee and her horse, “Peppy,” showed at the Foundation Quarter Horse Registry World Round-Up, held in Lincoln, Neb., last month. Lee has enjoyed a successful summer at FQHR events, topped off with champion and reserve champion honors at Worlds where she competed in gymkhana and ranch pleasure classes.
A group of staff, board members and program participants gathered at the Riverfront-Mondovi office, 132 S. Eau Claire St., on Oct. 9 to reveal the organization’s new name. Aptiv is part of a fresh brand strategy to convey the non-profit’s work to help participants live, learn and work in their communities by focusing on their aptitude to learn new skills and on identifying adaptive options to help them succeed.
As the recent multi-year renovation project at the Buffalo River Lodge drew to a close, several members posed in front of the building. The Masonic Lodge, located on S. Franklin St., Mondovi, is preparing to celebrate its 125th anniversary with a rededication ceremony, meal, and open house set for this Sunday, Oct. 15. Pictured, left to right, are Kevin LeQue, Randy Johnston, Mike Hayden, Brian Trowbridge, Eric Johnson, James Trowbridge, Jason Hayden and Larry Drangstveit.
Three of the founding fathers of Midnight Riders of Mondovi stopped for a photo together during the annual Little Britches Rodeo at the Mondovi arena this past July. Pictured, left to right, are Bob Parr, Howie Peterson and Marvin Moy. The fourth founding member, Elmer Johnson, passed away nearly 20 years ago.
Mondovi’s Kira Lee and her horse, “Peppy,” showed at the Foundation Quarter Horse Registry World Round-Up, held in Lincoln, Neb., last month. Lee has enjoyed a successful summer at FQHR events, topped off with champion and reserve champion honors at Worlds where she competed in gymkhana and ranch pleasure classes.

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Rodney Peterson, “Butch,” 76 of Augusta, passed away Thursday afternoon, Oct. 12, 2017, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire. Rodney Wayne Peterson, son of Palmer and Margaret (Flutekiger) Peterson...
A group of staff, board members and program participants gathered at the Riverfront-Mondovi office, 132 S. Eau Claire St., on Oct. 9 to reveal the organization’s new name. Aptiv is part of a fresh brand strategy to convey the non-profit’s work to help participants live, learn and work in their communities by focusing on their aptitude to learn new skills and on identifying adaptive options to help them succeed.
  by Beth Kraft   Riverfront, Inc., a non-profit organization that assists individuals with various types of disabilities, is getting a new name to match a new brand strategy. The new name—Aptiv—was...
  by Beth Kraft   The Eleva-Strum School Board voted 4-2 at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11, to move forward with holding a recall election to fill a Board seat vacated by Lois...
Jerry Lynn “Butch” Hayes, 73, of Eau Claire, left this world peacefully, with family by his side, on Friday Oct. 6, 2017, to be reunited with his parents. He was born June 17, 1944, in Mondovi, the...
Scott Eugene Herbst, 70, of Arkansaw, Wis., died with his family by his side on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, at Mayo Health Systems in Eau Claire. He was born Nov. 30, 1946, in Plum City, son of Vernon...
As the recent multi-year renovation project at the Buffalo River Lodge drew to a close, several members posed in front of the building. The Masonic Lodge, located on S. Franklin St., Mondovi, is preparing to celebrate its 125th anniversary with a rededication ceremony, meal, and open house set for this Sunday, Oct. 15. Pictured, left to right, are Kevin LeQue, Randy Johnston, Mike Hayden, Brian Trowbridge, Eric Johnson, James Trowbridge, Jason Hayden and Larry Drangstveit.
  by Beth Kraft   Buffalo River Lodge No. 252 is set to mark its 125th anniversary as an organization this Sunday, Oct. 15. A program will be held at the Masonic Lodge, located at 245 South Franklin...
Three of the founding fathers of Midnight Riders of Mondovi stopped for a photo together during the annual Little Britches Rodeo at the Mondovi arena this past July. Pictured, left to right, are Bob Parr, Howie Peterson and Marvin Moy. The fourth founding member, Elmer Johnson, passed away nearly 20 years ago.
  by Beth Kraft   Midnight Riders started out at a rural Mondovi farm with four families consisting of 14 kids and a common interest in all things equine. Fifty years later those dovetailing...
Clifford “Cliff” Burmeister, 95, of Buffalo City, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, with his family at his side, at Lake Winona Manor, Winona, Minn. He was born on June 10, 1922,...
Lawrence I. Staats, 91, of Eau Claire, was called home by his Lord and Savior, Jesus, on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. He died peacefully, at the home of his daughter, Janet Wassman in Mankato, Minn....
Larry Alan Oium, 65, of Mondovi, Wis., passed away Aug. 29, 2017, in his home in Ignacio, Colo. He was born Oct. 27, 1951, in Mondovi, to Mildred (Oium) Miller. Larry grew up in Mondovi, where he...

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