An Unabashedly Wisconsin celebration of our state’s people, places and stories
Now a retreat for single or multi-day visits, it offers spiritual solace, natural solitude, and environmental stewardship.
The plaque in Prairie du Chien, purportedly honoring his early military service, went up decades after his death as an effort to recast the Civil War.
Mark Hirsch, whose photographs made it famous, reflects on his connection with a 160-year-old friend.
One instructor says the virtual classes, art in general, “helps keep people sane during turbulent times.”
Here are 16 suggestions for stops along a stunning stretch of hills, valleys, and the mighty Mississippi.
The two Wisconsin men agreed to split their winnings with a handshake in 1992.
Woman provides food for a neighborhood with grocery stores close by.
America’s looking UpNorth for News in 2020.
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