EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (AP) - Matt Boelter threw his head back a bit and guffawed as he thought about how he almost took a cross-country trip with his best friend while they both were in high school.
(TNS) -- Residents in the remotest parts of the smallest communities still can make global connections with the right tools, said Gov. Scott Walker Thursday during a visit to Eau Claire. One of those tools is access to broadband, a type of high-speed Internet that connects users to service providers through different transmissions such as DSL, cable modems, fiber cables and wireless technologies.
By Elizabeth DohmsLeader-Telegram of Eau Claire Posted: 10/17/2015 12:01:00 AM CDT Updated: 10/17/2015 04:39:21 PM CDT The dawn of the Children's Museum of Eau Claire was all about timing. Patrick Rebman first got the idea for a museum while driving back from a different children's museum with his daughter -- they frequented ones in Madison and the Twin Cities -- when she asked why Eau Claire didn't have its own.