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Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

Dots, Dashes and Ditches. Telegrapher grandpa worked hard to create and sustain a career, as admired by his granddaughter.

Their Bridge to Forever. An Oconto couple created a special connection—a covered bridge that they built together.

The Round Barns Around Us. Vernon County is nationally famous for the number of these unique structures that were built here.

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Photo submitted by Kathie Solie

The Art in Horsemanship. Norwegian Fjord horses are strong yet agile. Meet Wisconsin’s Norse artist who trains them.

That’s a Sugar Shack? The O’Briens of Lebanon gather each spring to make maple syrup in a “shed” that’s like no other.

Nothing Runs Like a Deere. This 1971 snowmobile is still running strong, thanks to the former kid who still loves to ride it.

Launching into the Future. A Navy submarine will honor our state’s shipbuilding history...and would make this reader’s grandpa proud.
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Robert Mischka photo

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Stone Worthy of a President. Ulysses S. Grant rests for the ages in the peerless granite that was mined in Montello.

Not Fade Away. Buddy Holly’s luckless Winter Dance Party of 1959 began, and nearly ended, in a brutal Wisconsin winter.
 

A Storm Is Brewing and coffee, too, at this popular Menasha restaurant whose owner wanted to be a weatherman.

Be Mine! Readers share heartfelt memories of Valentine’s Days past. Would that special someone send wishes their way?

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Poster contributed by Riverside Ballroom

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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: This peaceful scene of a boathouse on the Manitowish River was happened upon by Jeff Richter of Mercer, who was glad to capture the image.

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