Fun Features in Our Current Issue…
She’s One Superior Girl. A 13-year-old has raised thousands for childhood cancer research, inspiring many people in the process.
The Mystery of the World Series Tickets. Perhaps the Milwaukee Braves’ most ardent fan won tickets in 1957...but who used them?
What She Misses About Wisconsin. Now living in North Dakota, this reader yearns for trees, cheese and the Green Bay Packers.
Full Steam Ahead! James “Steamer” Thomas was known as the fastest engineer on The Milwaukee Road, his son proudly recalls.
Going with the Grain. Metal art in a Stevens Point park honors the Native American tradition of harvesting wild rice.
Hoover Hero. This Woodruff repairman is still going strong in an age when vacuums aren’t made like Grandma’s anymore.
Beauty and the Bruisers. One of Wisconsin’s top figure skating coaches led a double life as a roller derby demon.
Let Them Make Cake. In Ladysmith in 1957, three teenage boys cooked up a plan for charity that brought them to tiers.
They Made Saws Sing. Two Wisconsinites were instrumental in turning the handsaw into a tool of the musician’s trade.
Mail and Murals. Original paintings on display in post office lobbies around the state are worth writing home about.
In a Fight for Reel. The family of a fisherman in Phelps had his best interests in mind. He had another idea.
Inside Every Issue…
On the Wild Side—by Tom Davis
My Favorite Ma & Pa Restaurant
What's Cookin' in Wisconsin
Window on Wisconsin—reader submissions
The Big Picture—fold-out panorama
Treasure Hunt—You'll Treasure This Trailer
Where's the W? Contest
About the Cover: Up around the bend comes an Amish buggy near Coon Valley. Two women gave friendly waves and warm smiles as they rolled through the hills dressed in the colors of autumn maple, oak and staghorn sumac. Photo by Bob Firth.