'That Tree" was made famous by photographer Mark Hirsch. (Photo by Mark Hirsch)
‘That Tree’: Wisconsinites Mourn Ancient Burr Oak Felled by Storms

Mark Hirsch, whose photographs made it famous, reflects on his connection with a 160-year-old friend.

Art at Home? In Sign of the Times, an Eclectic Art Center in Hollandale Pivots to Virtual Classes.
Art at Home? In Sign of the Times, an Eclectic Art Center in Hollandale Pivots to Virtual Classes.

One instructor says the virtual classes, art in general, “helps keep people sane during turbulent times.”

John and Halee Wepking and their children stand in a wheat field that will be harvested soon at their farm in Ridgeway. The grain from the hard red spring wheat will be milled into flour at their Meadowlark Organics business. The family along with Paul Bickford farm 950 acres with ancient grains and dried beans. (Photo © Andy Manis)
COVID Baking Boom Has Been a Boon for Local Grain Farmers

Meadowlark Organics building a new structure on Ridgeway farm to include test kitchen and two mills to produce their own flour on the farm.

UW Study: Two-Thirds of High School Athletes Are Experiencing Depression, Anxiety Over Canceled Sports
UW Study: Two-Thirds of High School Athletes Are Experiencing Depression, Anxiety Over Canceled Sports

County-by-county COVID numbers dictating when high school sports resume for the fall.

How Bad Are Roads In WI? It Took 10 Years Just To Get This One Fixed.
How Bad Are Roads In WI? It Took 10 Years Just to Get This One Fixed.

Construction to begin in 2022 on County Highway F near Blanchardville.

Part Two: Systemic Racism In Healthcare
Part Two: Systemic Racism In Health Care

Decades of ignoring this reality proves deadly for Black patients.

Hundreds Attend Black Lives Matter Demonstration in Mount Horeb
Hundreds Attend Black Lives Matter Demonstration in Mount Horeb

Event continues trend of communities big and large showing support for reform following George Floyd’s death.