To a publication that in 2 short years has become the most popular general-interest magazine devoted to the Badger State.
Our Wisconsin is colorful…it’s conversational….and it’s the first magazine that brings together readers from across the state to share stories and photos that show why life in Wisconsin is truly special.
If you live in Wisconsin, you know what we mean!
In this publication you’ll find stories that are 100% positive and filled with fun. It’s armchair reading you’re sure to enjoy because it’s lighthearted, honest and real.
With so many voices in the blend, Our Wisconsin is much more than a magazine. It’s a friendly conversation among neighbors. We’re confident this is the only magazine that combines feature stories from avid Harley riders and our gentle Amish neighbors. Now that’s diverse…and it’s real-life Wisconsin.
Issue after issue, Our Wisconsin is positively packed with lively stories and vivid color photos that make you proud of this great state we call…Our Wisconsin.
Fun Features in Our Current Issue…
Mushers Gush about the Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race. As the Midwest’s largest competition, it draws thousands to Bayfield.
Hot Wheels on Ice. Packwaukee’s Ice Racing Granny is a crowd favorite on the frozen surface of Buffalo Lake.
Badger Boxers Are Back. Student club carries on the ring tradition at UW-Madison, which once dominated the sport nationally.
Ever Heard of Bavarian Curling? If not, you aren’t alone! More properly called Eisstock, this rare sport is catching interest in Hartland.
Please Pass the Paczki! More than 30,000 of these Polish pastries are sold by one bakery in Pulaski on Fat Tuesday.
There’s Pressing Business in Bay View. The old-time printer’s craft is alive and well, thanks to an unlikely teacher.
It’s Doggone Fun! Spectators love to watch skijoring at the American Birkebeiner in Hayward…it’s never a drag.
Duncan Yo-Yos Had Their Ups and Downs. All the rage from 1946 to 1966, they were made in Luck, Wisconsin.
Eyes to the Sky. The Starsplitters Astronomy Club welcomes you to explore the heavens at their observatory in Wyalusing State Park.
He Peddled and Pedaled. As a paperboy for the Milwaukee Journal in the 1950s, this reader learned lifelong lessons about working.
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