Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

Foiled Again! Washington Island natives know a thing or two about fish. Try their delicious Domers on the grill this summer.

“Will You Be My Grandpa?” That straight-to-the-point question from a 10-year-old stole the heart of a crusty ol’ woodsman.


Tina Gohr photo

Planting Seeds of Hope. Four enterprising farm kids from Lake Mills started a business that’s a bloomin’ boost to their community.

Still Digging His Work. Though confined to a wheelchair, this indomitable excavator says, “Sitting home was not an option.” 

Hand Picked on the Farm. Bluegrass by nationally known musicians is played all summer at a special concert venue in Sturgeon Bay.

Mike Beno photo

The Living Flag. Old Glory proudly waves in the village of Witwen, where a unique signing troupe marches on the Fourth of July.

Scooting to Canada. Manitowoc High School grads took an international trip at a leisurely pace...aboard Cushman scooters
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Courtesy of Jo Ballweg

Glad to Be “The Flower Lady”. A dedicated gladiola gardener delivers joy to lonely souls, and enlists some family help.

Thanks a Million! A geometry teacher and his students helped build a community’s hospital one penny at a time.

The King and His Court. Softball pitcher Eddie Feigner struck out Willie Mays and 141,516 other hitters. Maybe he played in your town!
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Courtesy of Kathryn Patten

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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

Reader Photo Contest 2021

Treasure Hunt 2021

Where's the W? Contest

Short Memories

Vintage Views

About the Cover: “My grandson Kyle Crowley stands taller than the corn planted in my brother’s field in Fennimore,” says photographer Mike Crowley. “I live in the Northwoods now but still enjoy getting back to my roots in the beautiful Driftless Region of the state.”