The spirit of Christmas past is found through settlement-era buildings relocated from throughout the state.
Whether you were alive to see it, or just curious about our state's history-- here's a glimpse of what Wisconsin life looked like a century ago.
Most of us weren't alive-- or old enough to remember-- December 7, 1941. So we rely on the recollections of the 150 Wisconsin soldiers who witnessed the infamy firsthand.
Wisconsin's Lt. Gov and Democratic nominee for US Senate Mandela Barnes talks about his background, why voting matters, and his fight to restore reproductive freedom and protect Social Security.
For the first Fourth of July in 20 years, the US isn’t involved in any active wars. But many veterans continue to fight their own battles—and you can help.
Half a century after opening, the state’s historical society site will open a working brewhouse to teach the many ways immigrants brought the craft to their new world.
The Badger State—America’s own Up North—celebrates its statehood anniversary on Sunday. Even back then, Wisconsin showed the push-pull between progressives and conservatives on what directions we take.
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