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Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

The Party’s Not Over. Waupun great-grandma seals a Tupperware record...and that doesn’t even begin to cover it!

Serving It Up Polish Style. Deli owner brings a taste of her native country and more to central Wisconsin.


Julie Gilkay photo

What’s a Bismaroon? The Great Frog Invasion of 1952 brought an amphibious assault never to be forgotten in Oconto.

Flower Power. A nationally known plant breeder goes from daylilies to Wild Rose in his retirement.

The Mystery Is Solved in the Wisconsin Treasure Hunt! Meet the lucky couple who won our $6,000 camping rig.


Mary Kunasch photo

Here’s to Mom! Readers share their admiration for the incredible women who shaped their lives.

The Wright Stuff in Wisconsin. Hit the trail and celebrate America’s greatest architect by visiting these masterpieces nearby.

Taking the Stage. Barbershop quartet from Two Rivers traveled the country, but these brothers remained true to their roots.
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Tim Long photo

Lessons with Morry. This youngster grew an interest in gardening with help from a generous Gays Mills neighbor.

In the Limelight. Lake Mills history buff recalls kilns that lit up the night sky, thanks to the quarrymen of Wisconsin.

Stepping up to the Plate. Loyal’s first high school softball team didn’t let a curveball stop them from hitting it out of the park.
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Suzanne Weiss photo

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Inside Every Issue…

On the Wild Side—by Tom Davis

My Favorite Ma & Pa Restaurant

Wisconsin-themed Crossword

What's Cookin' in Wisconsin

Window on Wisconsin—reader submissions

Wiscon-Scenes—professional photography

The Big Picture—fold-out panorama

Where's the W? Contest

Short Memories

Vintage Views

ABOUT OUR COVER: A fiddlehead fern emerges from Sawyer County Forest in May 2023. Nearly all ferns go through a fiddlehead stage as they come up in spring. Photo by Paul Ostrum of Hayward. 

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