By Steve Carlson Editor On a warm and sun-shiny Wednesday, July 17th from 4pm until 10pm, Bauer Built, Inc. threw a 75th Anniversary party that was well attended by company employees, business...
12th Annual Blues on the Chippewa set for August 2nd thru 4th in Durand Coming all the way from Florida are Friday night’s headliners CeCe Teneal & the Soul Kamotion. They’ve been captivating...
The Durand Smokehouse recently earned two awards at the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Above, from left to right in the front row, are Matt Juliet, Cabrina Grundseth, Mitch Auld, and Kay Sievwright. In the second row are Roy Elsenpeter, Ronda Elsenpeter, and Brenda Jiskra. Laura Berndt photo
By Laura Berndt The Durand Smokehouse recently attended the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Although they were up against many strong competitors, the local business...
The Durand Smokehouse recently earned two awards at the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Above, from left to right in the front row, are Matt Juliet, Cabrina Grundseth, Mitch Auld, and Kay Sievwright. In the second row are Roy Elsenpeter, Ronda Elsenpeter, and Brenda Jiskra. Laura Berndt photo
The Mark Cameron Band performs during the 2016 Blues on the Chippewa event, held in Durand’s Memorial Park. Laura Berndt file photo
By Laura Berndt Each year, Blues fans and community members pay a visit to Durand’s Memorial Park for the annual Blues on the Chippewa music festival. This year marks the tenth year of the event....
The Mark Cameron Band performs during the 2016 Blues on the Chippewa event, held in Durand’s Memorial Park. Laura Berndt file photo
Emergency personnel, and staff members from Pepin Health and Rehab, work together to evacuate “residents” from the facility during a training exercise held last Wednesday evening. Laura Berndt photo
By Laura Berndt Last Wednesday, July 12, staff at Pepin Health and Rehab, with assistance from several area agencies, held an emergency evacuation drill. During the mock incident, people portraying...
Emergency personnel, and staff members from Pepin Health and Rehab, work together to evacuate “residents” from the facility during a training exercise held last Wednesday evening. Laura Berndt photo
The Durand Smokehouse recently earned two awards at the American Cured Meat Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Above, from left to right in the front row, are Matt Juliet, Cabrina Grundseth, Mitch Auld, and Kay Sievwright. In the second row are Roy Elsenpeter, Ronda Elsenpeter, and Brenda Jiskra. Laura Berndt photo
The Mark Cameron Band performs during the 2016 Blues on the Chippewa event, held in Durand’s Memorial Park. Laura Berndt file photo
Emergency personnel, and staff members from Pepin Health and Rehab, work together to evacuate “residents” from the facility during a training exercise held last Wednesday evening. Laura Berndt photo

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Marie A. (Herrmann) Tomashek, age 97 of Altoona formerly of Rock Falls passed away Sunday evening, January 18, 2015 at Oakwood Villa in Altoona. She was born in Eau Claire, WI on August 10, 1917 to...
Karen Louise Murray Broadhead, born September 24, 1945, took her journey from this realm on January 24, 2015, after a courageous and determined battle with cancer. A daughter to Leo Edward and Edna...
Lloyd George Weinzirl (82) of Eau Galle died Sunday, January 25, 2015 at Mayo Health Systems in Eau Claire, WI. He was born June 16, 1932 at the family farm in Eau Galle; son of George & Alice (...
Orpha J. Baier, age 64 of Eau Galle, died Thursday, January 22, 2015 at her home in Eau Galle with her family by her side after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Orpha was born on February 3,...
Jake Dunbar dishes out a pass against Baldwin-Woodville in Durand January 20. The Panthers fell 55-50, but won 48-40 over Somerset January 23.
The Durand Panther boys basketball team broke its streak with a 48-40 win over Somerset January 23, but the win followed a 55-50 loss to Baldwin-Woodville January 20. The Panthers hosted Baldwin-...
Naomi Weiss (center), a fall 2014 graduate, poses with Dr. Lane Earns (left), the provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at UW Oshkosh, after receiving her certificate for completing the University Honors Program (UHP) in Reeve Memorial Union on Dec. 8, 2014. Dr. Stephen Szydlik (right), UHP council chair, announces graduates at the ceremony.
JAN. 26, 2015 – Naomi Weiss, a class of 2015 graduate from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and a 2010 graduate of Durand High School, wrote a Honors thesis regarding the history and the...
Roger Nelson, owner of Nelson Plumbing in Ellsworth, has been creating ice sculptures from an artesian well on his property on County Road A in the Rush River valley for over 15 years. Each winter he sets up a system of pipes and hoses to allow unique ice sculptures to form. The sculptures are lit up in the evening. This photo shows some of the formations after about a week of cold temperatures on January 9.
For over 15 years, an area plumber has been opening his property to the public in the winter to view unique and ever-changing ice sculptures. Roger Nelson, owner of Nelson Plumbing in Ellsworth,...
The Pepin County Sheriff's Office received a tip from a concerned citizen on Thursday, January 22, that a male with multiple felony warrants was at a residence in the Village of Stockholm. Deputies...

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