Ryan John Denning has a hard time keeping out of fights. At least, that's what three cases filed against him in Chippewa County Court allege.Denning, 29, of Chippewa Falls is charged with battery by prisoner in a Jan. 8 incident in the Stanley Prison. He is also charged with substantial battery, attempted battery to a law enforcement officer, battery and criminal damage to property, all from Sept. 12 in Chippewa Falls.
Sales of homes in Chippewa County in August were 10 percent more than the same month in 2016, the Wisconsin Realtors Association said Monday.The association said there were 99 homes sold last month, compared to 90 in August 2016.The median price for the homes was $165,000, an increase of 4.4 percent from the $155,750 median in August 2016. For the year to date, there were 598 homes sold in Chippewa County, an increase of 6.2 percent from the 563 figure in 2016.
What makes Oktoberfest memorable in its 15th year isn’t the ever-present polka music, nor the rich selection of German food.It’s the people who gather in Chippewa Falls to sample both that stick out.On Saturday, Nick and Debbi Segina of Arkdale, Wisconsin in Adams County took to the dance floor at the Leinie Lodge Beer Garden to dance while “The Swing Crew” performed “Blue Moon.” That went so well, the couple stayed out to dance during a rendition of the quick tempo “Rocky Top.”“We used to...
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Selecting a term
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