Joseph's Hospital paves the way for better-coordinated patient care in the Chippewa
Valley through shared decision-making, a shared medical records system and excellent, consistent customer service.
SGI employs more than 300 workers in Chippewa
Falls, according to published reports.
offers an intimate and complex portrayal of Chippewa
Lake and how this Michigan small town has been affected by economic and demographic changes.
AP--Bill Leinenkugel, who expanded the Chippewa
Falls brewery his family founded in 1867, died last Monday.
Back on the night of December 4, 2005, Joel and Carol Berg of Chippewa
Falls, Wisconsin, were awakened by an aerosol can exploding.
2nd Place -- Yogi Turgeon, a Chippewa
Secondary School student won $500 for his business plan "Urban Destruction.
Taking a concept from hydraulic toggle closing for massive dies used in rubber extrusion, Extrusion Dies Industries (EDI) LLC, Chippewa
Indian Country: Essays On Contemporary Native Culture is an anthology of essays by Gail Guthrie Valaskakis, a Chippewa
by background and a founding member of the boards of Wasekun Healing Lodge, the Montreal Native Friendship Centre, the Native North American Studies Institute, and Manitou Community College.
One day Pa brings home a Chippewa
captive they call Indian John and holds him in the attic for a murder trial in the spring.
BARRON COUNTY FARM SHOW Contact: Bob or Bill Henry PO Box 832 Chippewa
Falls, WI 54729 715/877-2607 or 715/289-4632, FAX: 715/877-2607 or 715/289-4632 2006: Jan 24-25, Rice Lake, WI
FALLS, WI -- TTM Technologies will invest $14 million in a two-phase expansion that will increase production by 85% at its plant in Chippewa
An unusual study reports that the goblin fern (Botrychium mormo), an elusive species that pokes up from thick leaf litter on a forest floor, has disappeared from 9 out of 28 patches surveyed in Minnesota's Chippewa
Looking for better job opportunities, they moved from the Lac du Flambeau Chippewa
reservation in northern Wisconsin under a federal program known as relocation that offered stipends to American Indians who wanted to move from reservations into cities starting in 1952.
Mid-Nineteenth Century Chippewa
(Ojibwa) Subsistence: Interpreting the Archaeological and Historical Evidence from Central Michigan.
On her: Top, Polo Jeans Company; Skirt, Routine Six; On him: Top, UBX; Shorts, Polo Jeans Company; Shoes: Chippewa