People gathered at Osseo City Hall on Thursday, April 26 to learn about new plans to revitalize the local area. Representatives from the city of Osseo, commercial club and economic development...
Jason Parker poses alongside his black lab Gunnar and the chair that Gunnar uses to get around. Similar chairs are sent to animals all across the country who are in need of one as part of Gunnar's Wheels Foundation.
by Brian Sheridan, Editor A hero comes in all forms. In Osseo, he’s a black labrador named Gunnar. On Feb. 16, 2014, Gunnar was hit by a car in rural Strum and was paralyzed. His owner, Jason Parker...
Jason Parker poses alongside his black lab Gunnar and the chair that Gunnar uses to get around. Similar chairs are sent to animals all across the country who are in need of one as part of Gunnar's Wheels Foundation.
O-F senior captain Sadie Solie rises for a layup over a Cricket defender for two of her 10 points in the victory.
by Dan Groeschel The Osseo-Fairchild Thunder played host to the Crickets of Fall Creek in each team's conference opener on Nov. 22. The Thunder entered the game fresh off a 62-31 win over Eleva-Strum...
O-F senior captain Sadie Solie rises for a layup over a Cricket defender for two of her 10 points in the victory.
by Dan Groeschel Editor Last month, Osseo-Fairchild High School students performed what director Lisa Bee called one of the harder performances she's directed in the Gershwin musical, “Crazy for You...
by Dan Groeschel Editor The girls in Osseo-Fairchild’s Troop 3171 designed and donated a project to a group of students in Osseo. These Girl Scouts are fifth graders, in the Junior level of Girl...
Jason Parker poses alongside his black lab Gunnar and the chair that Gunnar uses to get around. Similar chairs are sent to animals all across the country who are in need of one as part of Gunnar's Wheels Foundation.
O-F senior captain Sadie Solie rises for a layup over a Cricket defender for two of her 10 points in the victory.

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The 2014-15 Osseo-Fairchild girls basketball team. Front, from left: Michelle Dewitz, Katie Barney, Wynonah Filla, Amanda Pederson; (middle) Brooke Frietag, Mattie Kempf, Sierra Olson, Grace Eide, Valerie Gillingham, Kameara Tiller; (back) Kayla Faldet, Rachel Johnson, Sadie Solie, Rayanne Walker, Andrea Kubishak, Megan Steinke, Caitlyn Hugdahl, Jenna Bischoff. Missing: Nicole Pralle, Senterra Davidson.
by Bridget Cooke With a rocky season behind them and a fresh start to look forward to, the Osseo-Fairchild girls basketball team is ready to begin their time on the court, starting with an opener at...
The 2014-15 Russell Corner Badgers 4-H Club officers (left to right, from front) Demonstration Officer Jesse Groell, Sergeant of Arms Kyle Stensen, Sunshine Person Kayleen Strauch, Historian Bethany Strauch, Attendence Officer Heidi Strey, President Abby Groell; (back) Treasurer Nicole Welke, Vice President Dylan Klindworth, Reporter Holly Groell and Secretary Brooke Welke.
The Russell Corner Badgers installed the 2014-15 officers at their annual club banquet held on Nov. 7 at Grace Lutheran Church in Augusta.  Members received a Certificate of Achievement as well as...
Trey Fenske and Cassie Guse, both students at Wildlands Charter School, and Isabel Lane, Augusta High School, will compete in the finals of the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre’s eleventh annual...
On Tuesday, Nov. 11, Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the scene of a crash with injuries on Hwy. 93, south of Aspen Road. The driver of a southbound Honda Civic lost control on the...

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Eleva-Strum tech ed teacher and Cardinal Manufacturing advisor Craig Cegielski was recently named the Wisconsin Rural Teacher of the Year as presented by Jerry Fiene, executive director of the Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance, on Nov. 13.
  by Beth Kraft   Since joining the Eleva-Strum School District in 2005, teacher Craig Cegielski has virtually revolutionized Central High School’s technology education program by introducing a...
A long line of Dukes of Hazzard fans wound around the “General Lee,” at Cardinal Manufacturing’s annual open house event, held Wednesday, Nov. 19, at Eleva-Strum Central.
  by Beth Kraft   Dukes of Hazzard fans, manufacturing professionals and members of the Eleva-Strum community had at least one thing in common last week—they all crossed paths at Cardinal...

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Eight Thunder football players were honored for their performances in the Cloverbelt Conference, including two 1st Team All-Conference awards, two 2nd Team All-Conference awards and four honorable...
Wally Shong Health Mart stands closed due to the order of condemnation placed on the neighboring Ball Club bar. The building, which shares a wall with the pharmacy, forced the local business to a neighboring Eau Claire facility in order to continue service for customers and was an item the council deliberated in their November meeting.
  by Bridget Cooke On Tuesday, Nov. 11, the Augusta City Council convened for their annual meeting at City Hall with a pressing issue; problems recently arisen from a building falling apart on...
  by Bridget Cooke The Augusta Memorial Public Library hosted one of their fundraisers Saturday, attracting craft customers and book lovers alike to the Augusta Community & Senior Center...
Breaking new ground Thursday, Nov. 13, Marty Metten, Jane Justesen, Tamy Moss, City Public Works Director Chet Krueger, Augusta Area Home Board President Alan Ross and Home Administrator Jahn Bradley smile as they shovel dirt from a piece of the land soon to be the new Augusta Area Home facility.
  by Bridget Cooke On a chilly, snowy November afternoon, members of the Augusta Area Home board such as President Alan Ross, Administrator Jahn Bradley and visiting community members as well as...

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