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Algal Bloom in Dunn County causes sickness

Algae

The Dunn County Public Health Department has reported the first case of sickness caused by blue-green algae bloom in the county. Symptoms can show up  minutes to hours after exposure and can include shortness of breath, headache, fever, vomiting, and more. Please keep in mind that pets are also susceptible to illness from exposure to the algal bloom. 

The Ongoing Pursuit Of Better Broadband Access In Rural Wisconsin

Limited access to reliable, high-speed internet services is an issue facing rural Wisconsin that generates a lot of attention and calls for action, yet may seem to be moving at a crawl. For many Wisconsinites, even for those who could afford it, lower-speed broadband options or lack of access entirely stifles individual economic opportunities and limits business development options for communities.

Cap Times finds young progressives in Eau Claire - you may recognize them.

I note this morning that Jesse Opoien from the Cap Times has written an article about young progressives in Eau Claire and Oshkosh. You may recognize some of them. It's a nice article and it points out a lot of the initiatives going on in the Chippewa Valley. Take a look. 

Menomonie School Board Meeting 8/13/2018

Menomonie School Board Meeting 08/13/2018

Highlights:

A. Community Education Report

B. Athletics and Activities Report

C. Review District Calendar, Graduation Date, and Professional Development Schedule for 2018-19

D. Build Your Own Curriculum - this is a tool for teachers and parents to look at the different classes and to build a curriculum for a student. It should be available on the district website by Aug 21. There is a demonstration of the tool in the video.

E. Rule 470-Specific Student Fees

Last weekend in the valley

Sue Orfield

A few pictures from last weekend in the Chippewa Valley. Saturday was the ever-popular Dragon Boat races in Eau Claire, and all wekeend Blues on the Chippewa rocked Durand. Yours truly spent Sunday afternoon in Durand volunteering to sling beer to the thirsty Blues crowd. Anyway, these are a few views of both events.

Pablo Center announces initial schedule

The Pablo Center at the Confluence has announce the initial schedule for their opening season. The schedule includes a mix of local peformance groups, films, and performers brought in from far and wide. Highlights for me are likely to include Ailey II, Kate Lindsey and  Baptiste Trotignon, Cassel/Block, and The Blind Boys of Alabama. The complete Pablo schedule brochure is linked below.

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