The Spectator

Where to find eclectic trinkets to give this holiday season

We Pick Three

Story by Delia Brandel , Staff Writer
November 7, 2022
“I used to go to orchards with my grandpa — now it’s my job and part of my whole family, Joers said.

Locally grown with love

Story by Genevieve Esh, Staff Writer
October 14, 2022
Yoga Instructor Amanda Hilson at Latitude 44 Yoga Studio

Salutations to the Sun in Local Yoga Studio

Story by Elliot Adams, Managing Editor
September 27, 2022
Giving us pumpkin to think about: the competing pumpkins lined out across the park plaza.

Gourd news: Ginormous Pumpkin Festival 2022

Story by Thomas DeLapp, Freelance Writer
September 27, 2022
Where to find eclectic trinkets to give this holiday season

We pick 3

Story by Mary Allessi , Staff Writer
September 26, 2022
When Riverview Cafe doesn’t sound appealing, Midwest Meals prides itself on being a healthy alternative.

Eau Claire eats

Story by Grace Olson
November 3, 2021
I know it’s the season of giving, but I’m broke.

How to: Halloween

Story by Sam Johnson, Editor-in-Chief
October 28, 2021
“We think the house likes us,” Loomis said. “It treats us well, and it’s full of memories.”

The Spooktator: Donut loving ghosts in Eau Claire

Story by Thomas DeLapp, Freelance Writer
October 20, 2021
When Riverview Cafe doesn’t sound appealing, Midwest Meals prides itself on being a healthy alternative.

Three ways to use your apples from the orchard

Story by Avery Shanahan, Freelance Writer
October 20, 2021
In 75% of spooky situations, Chris Wiener said, it’s not paranormal. The CVPI is there for that other 25%.

The Spooktator: Local paranormal investigators

Story by Thomas DeLapp, Freelance Writer
October 6, 2021
 Eau Claire reportedly has plenty of ghosts, but what’s scarier, the paranormal or midterms?

The Spooktator: An Introduction

Story by Thomas DeLapp, Freelance Writer
September 30, 2021
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