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This is the area for all things about the Chippewa Valley - for general purposes we're considering this to be Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, and Pepin Counties..


March Madness Takes The Year Off

March 13, 2020

It has been quite a day. I spent most of the day at the Red Cedar Watershed Conference, trying to get people to sign up for our daily newsletter by offering gifts. I'll write about that later.

Menomonie School District Meeting Addresses Student Rights and Clean Energy

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Menomonie School Board Regular Meeting 3/9/2020

March 9, 2020

This school board meeting was very crowded. There were no empty seats in the room and all of the parking spaces were full. This was due to a combination of proud parents of Oaklawn students and people who came to the meeting to speak or observe.

The planned band trip at spring break has had to be canceled due to new travel advisories about the coronavirus crisis.

Oaklawn students did a presentation on their project to promote acts of kindness and peace.

Jeff Smith - Logic behind Healthcare

Senator Jeff Smith
March 9, 2020

We’ve been hearing a lot in the news lately about our health. Just last week, I found myself in many conversations with healthcare professionals talking about ways to improve the health of our community – and no, I’m not only talking about keeping our communities safe by preventing the spread of coronavirus.  


Menomonie City Council Tackles Candidate Security Issues

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March 3, 2020

The major topic at the 3/2/2020 Menomonie City Council meeting was a discussion of possible security issues for the upcoming  This March 29th event will include a presidential candidate forum in advance of the Wisconsin presidential primary.on April 7th.

Menomonie School Board Meeting 2/24/2020 - Students Speaking to School Board and Sustainable Energy

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Menomonie School Board Special Meeting 2/24/2020

February 24, 2020

This meeting had two contentious topics, particularly involving a discussion brought up by board member Chris Freeman about several LGBT+ students who spoke to the school board in October 2019.

Jeff Smith - Policy Making by the People, for the People

Senator Jeff Smith
February 24, 2020

Before a bill becomes a law, a process exists to ensure policymakers develop the most effective policy proposal, and with good reason. Decisions made on the state level influence the way folks work and live in all corners of the state.  Legislation should be a product of the conversations policymakers have with the stakeholders who will be impacted.


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