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Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

Mosaics with Meaning. Two retired teachers piece together artwork that tells an important story at the Milton House Museum.

It’s for the Birds...and for people, too, as an Anvil Lake Trailhead volunteer tends to his feathered friends and visitors alike.


Connie Bier contributed photo

Have an Ice Day! Figuratively speaking, the Wild Rose Skating Club and its popular ice shows were as cool as they come.

How Sweet It Is. Oshkosh woman has a string of good luck when her husband builds her not one but three hammered dulcimers.

Playing to Please. Royal Blackhawks band founder was tuned in to his creative talents that took many forms.


Charlene Luebke contributed photo

In Good Hands. Reader recalls the love shown while living at a Stoughton children’s home, resulting in a memorable reunion.

Frozen in Time? Ice-making dad carved out a successful business on the shores of Half Moon Lake in Tomahawk.

Spicing Things Up. Green Bay’s Jim Ford dished out tall tales and cooked up a following worthy of a celebrity.

Rodger Lewerenz contributed photo

Cast Your Vote! Take your pick and vote for your favorite in our second Reader Photo Contest category: Wisconsin People. 

Still Going Strong. Maintaining its legacy is the icing on the cake for this Fox Valley bakery.

She Had Flair to Spare. Norwegian mom honored her heritage—but not lutefisk—while embracing an American lifestyle. 

Doug Manderfield contributed 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: The aurora borealis lights up the night sky at Saxon Harbor on Lake Superior’s Oronto Bay. Photo by Rob Resnick of Oshkosh.

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